Asian Doll – Headspin (feat. YBN Nahmir) (POWERFUL) If you’re looking for a new banger this weekend, this is it. “Headspin” is the last track off Asian Doll’s new album, Icy Princess, and by far one of the best songs in the set–the off kilter rhythm in the hook drives you to want more, and […]
By Lily Kraxberger Hallam George’s new song is soulful and down to earth, featuring smooth and funky guitar lines and varied vocals (plus a killer whistling hook to start). As a bonus, he includes sounds from his new home of Boston under the track, making it fresh while retaining his usual personality.
By Theo Bloom Chic makes a forceful and funky return to the spotlight after a 25 year hiatus with the album Its About Time. The standout track of the bunch is Boogie all Night, an NAO supported track. Maybe disco isn’t dead after all?
By Cam Fuller The new singles from experimental artist Kagami Smile are rooted in classic house and ambient sounds, but hold enough of their own style to stand out. Though combining the two styles isn’t totally new, Smile’s reverb-soaked take on electronic music is original enough to almost be considered a new genre.
By Elad Gov-Ari The Introductory track to Lala Lala’s newest album “The Lamb,” is certainly a contradiction from name and actuality. The song Destroyer pairs mellow guitars in the verses to a contrasting ‘heavier’ vocal melody in the chorus which shapes up to a pretty played out sound, and leaves destruction pretty far out of mind.
By Carter Phillips FIO aka Sam Elrod in his first widely released single captures a unique mix of relaxation and excitement. It is a great track for those specific moments where the stress fades and your life begins. this is a track for Friday afternoons, and the beginning of summer. If you like this track, […]
By Stella Peters Tyler, the Creator wastes no time with his new single “OKRA”, jumping in with grittier instrumentals and darker lyrics than we were treated with on Flower Boy. Though Tyler has made the claim that “OKRA” is merely a single and not an inclination of what we should expect on future albums, artists’ sounds […]
By Ryan G. Lionmilk is an anomaly among the ocean of so-called lo-fi beat makers of this digital era. Strapped with some heavy jazz piano skills, he plays his own melodies and sings his own harmonies, placing him in a musical world of his own. In a single released last week, Lionmilk cooked up a […]
By Bradee Williams This single, in preparation for SALES upcoming second album, sets up for both a tonal continuation and an acceleration of the band’s dreamy pop-influenced earlier work. The rising, head-bob-inducing syncopation and soft guitar riffs feed into SALES’ ability to make us dance and make us feel all at once.
By Mollie Harrison Dustin Payseur of Beach Fossils released this cover of Yung Lean’s “Agony” on his birthday a few weeks ago. Released alongside the cover was an impromptu video shot by the lead singer while, “walking around in a haze,” as he phrases on Twitter. The band transforms the original track’s sparse instrumentation into […]