The hallmark of Citizen Cope's music is his impressive ability to pair deep grooves with wondrous lyrical simplicity. Hear this premiere from Cope's forthcoming album, Heroin and Helicopters.
The 1975's Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, singer Alessia Cara's affecting coming-of-age manifesto The Pains Of Growing, an exercise in minimalism from rapper Earl Sweatshirt and more.
The Kalamazoo, Mich. band has been playing bluegrass on its own terms for 18 years. And its upcoming album, All For Money, is no exception.
On her first new song in three years, Grimes clangs industrial beats, buzzing synths and liquid-metal guitars, filling every moment like a sonic mosh pit.
This week, Cuñao releases the Invierno Tropical EP to warm up your winter, C. Tangana and Niño de Elche team up for a Flamencan-tinged lament and more.
There are so many good dogs in the video for "Beamer," the stand-alone single from Mike Caridi's (ex-LVL UP) solo project.
The Brooklyn band's first single from Good Fruit processes the sorrow and aimlessness felt after the death of a loved one, before becoming a life-affirming anthem.
The hammering single comes from the band's forthcoming split EP with fellow Brooklynites Washer.