Music

  1. Single Serving: Florence and the Machine – What Kind of Man (Nicolas Jaar Remix)

    Nicolas Jaar has re-imagined the latest single by Florence and the Machine “What Kind of Man” as an epic dark house anthem. The results are a skittering, driving 12-minute long, highly-textured vibe. It’s hypnotic. Take a listen to the remix and original below. The new Florence and the Machine album How Big How Blue How Continue…

    Take a listen to Nicolas Jaar's epic dark house reworking of Florence and the Machine's new single "What Kind of Man."


  2. Single Serving: Cuushe – Tie

    Japanese siren Cuushe has returned with the Night Lines EP, her fourth proper release with Cascine in collaboration of Tokyo-based label, flau. The record is due April 7 and will be presented as a noir-styled storybook, unfolding along four tracks to expose a haunting soundscape, complete with bad guys, funeral processions and skyscraper-sized floral arrangements. Continue…

  3. Single Serving: Black Honey – Madonna

    Brighton four-piece Black Honey are back with a double a-side single featuring new cuts “Madonna” and “Spinning Wheel.” The sweltering, psychedelic pop rocker “Madonna” is the first of the pair to drop and you can stream it below. The single will be released in a limited edition run of CDs via Duly Noted Records that Continue…

  4. José González – Vestiges and Claws

    It’s been seven years since José González last released a solo album. And, in some ways, it’s hard to ignore just how much time has past while listening to his new album Vestiges and Claws. Between singles from a new Sufjan Stevens’ album billed as a return to “folk music” and a newly released Iron Continue…

  5. Single Serving: Death Cab for Cutie – No Room in Frame

    I’ve always had great admiration for Ben Gibbard; as fellow engineering major, an incredible musician, and for his adeptness with a pen; he inspires me to keep my creativity out of captivity. I’ve always been impressed with his word-smithing and enormous poetic competence, he posses this ability to transform the simplest song lyrics into deep, Continue…

  6. Single Serving: The Tallest Man On Earth – Sagres

    Kristian Matsson is back! The Swedish troubadour who records as The Tallest Man On Earth has unleashed the first single from his upcoming fourth album Dark Bird Is Home. “Sagres” is reminiscent of the classic, folk influenced sound we’ve come to expect from him, but showcases a much broader musical palate than with previous efforts. Continue…

  7. Single Serving: Pooltheory – The Dreamer

    The debut single “The Dreamer” by Los Angeles-based Pooltheory is a total vibe. Built around a soft-strummed acoustic guitar and a sweeping melody with soaring choruses, it’s somewhat reminiscent of Yoshimi-era Flaming Lips. It’s definitely a promising introduction. Give it a spin below.

  8. Single Serving: WIN WIN – Waster

    “Find another lover, take another pill.” WIN WIN‘s “Waster” is a debaucherous psychedelic anthem for the rebellious youth. With it’s feel good hand claps and fuzzed out “woo-hoos,” you will surely lose all regard for authority as you cruise your skateboard past the no skateboarding sign, snap-back turned sideways and a cigarette hanging from your Continue…

  9. Single Serving: The Weather Station – Way It Is, Way It Could Be

    The Weather Station is the musical endeavor of Toronto based singer/songwriter Tamara Lindeman and “Way It Is, Way It Could Be” is the opening track from her forthcoming third album, Loyalty. The song evokes the most hushed work of fellow folkie and countrywoman Joni Mitchell as Lindeman’s voice floats over ebbs and flows of instrumentation. Continue…

  10. Single Serving: Jack Garratt – Chemical

    London’s alt-experimental singer/producer Jack Garratt has officially announced the follow up to his immersive debut EP. The four-track EP is called The Synesthesiac and is set for a April 13 release through Island Records. It’s self-produced record and features the recent “The Love You’re Given” and the newly released single “Chemical.” It features a subtle Continue…

  11. Single Serving: Robyn Sherwell – Islander (Le Bear Noir Remix)

    Hailing from the Bailiwick of Guernsey, rising pop songwriter Robyn Sherwell has been earning new fans over the past several months thanks to a series of bright, upbeat pop jams. Today we’re excited to premiere a dark and bass-heavy reworking of her latest single “Islander” by Le Bear Noir. Sherwell’s vocals remain in the spotlight Continue…

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