Listen to Son Lux transform Jack Garratt’s “I Couldn’t Want You Anyway” into a decelerated masterpiece
CHLØË BLACK’s ashy voice swells on her debut track “27 Club”
LAYLA takes us higher on her new string-inspired track “For You”
More electro-pop goodness from HUNTAR with “Bitter”
Unrecorded’s top picks for CMJ 2014
Aquilo take a balladic turn for latest track “I Gave It All”
Drake’s shady and mysterious new track, “How About Now”, raises questions about its leak
Barnaby’s “Playing Me Off” continues his love-lorn frustration
Stream “Tangerine”, the heartbreaking new R&B track from Sway Clarke II
On Tough Love, Jessie Ware picks up exactly where she left things on Devotion, but here she raises the ante.
Scott Walker + Sunn O)))
Soused finds Sunn O))) lending their sound to Scott Walker, an artist capable of weaving it into a much larger and deeply disturbing picture.
Galun's third record, Solitude, is a half-hour chasm of ambient noise ready to be explored.
Otherness continues to showcase Kindness's technical precision, but few tracks attempt to bridge the gap between maker and audience.
Banks & Movement at Terminal 5 (9/30)
Banks and Movement brought their sexy, sultry R&B to a sold-out crowd at New York City's Terminal 5
Portugal. The Man & GROUPLOVE at Central Park Summerstage (9/16)
Portugal. The Man and GROUPLOVE closed out their seven-week tour with epic performances at Central Park Summerstage.
Like Caribou, Chicago's Evan Ireland delivers emotionally charged music disguised as infectious dance floor fodder.
TJ Atoms is a true Philidelphia bred MC, bringing catchy hooks and music with substance to his early talent.
Ánders modern take on folk and indie is already rivalling chart toppers such as Passenger and Damien Rice.
Goldielock is the definition of 'dude', making electronic beats inspired by Hip Hop, R&B, Future Garage, and the Australian way.
Jack + Eliza
Jack + Eliza bring us sunsoaked psychedelic pop with a distinctly contemporary cleanness.
High Pop have already built up a following of fervent supporters thanks to their particularly catchy, odd and endearing lo-fi pop.