Jacques Greene announces new EP and shares video for single “1 4 ME”
Listen to Jay Rock’s vengeful, bass-thumping track “Pay For It” featuring Kendrick Lamar
Needles, blood, and seduction interlace in FKA twigs gripping new video
Autograf turns The Griswolds’ “Beware The Dog” into a dance floor anthem
Belle and Sebastian share first single “The Party Line” from forthcoming album
Watch Sharon Van Etten’s indie, melancholic video for “Your Love Is Killing Me”
Check out the first single “On The Regular” from Shamir’s XL debut
Listen to Iggy Azalea and MØ team up for “Beg For It”
AlunaGeorge, Baauer, and Rae Sremmurd team up for genre-bending “One Touch”
Arca's debut studio album, Xen, proves that Alejandro Ghersi is the master of his own wonderful domain.
Nostalgia is, overall, a pretty good covers album and a decent Annie Lennox record.
On Ruins, Grouper invites the listener into someplace a little more exposed and emotionally threadbare than on her previous work.
On their self-titled debut, HAERTS are all about big, broad sentiments that seek to take in lost, sad souls and hug them better.
SBTRKT at Riviera Theatre, Chicago (10/23)
Playing to a hyped up crowd at Chicago's Riviera Theatre, SBTRKT delivered a set that almost seemed crafted specifically for the live setting.
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
Scraps have a modern 70's punk sound, bringing an authentic London-edge to this re-energised scene.
Ultimate Painting sound like something unearthed from an archive of ancient psychedelic punk that's been gathering dust in a Californian LSD guru's vault since the 1960s.
As Elephants Are
As Elephants Are harness the British indie sound, with brilliantly produced future anthems that challenge the chart-toppers of the current scene.
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.