After years of releasing EPs and mixes that we became borderline obsessed with, Jamie XX has announced a release date for his debut LP. In Colour will be released on June 2nd via Young Turks. BUT, you’re in luck, instead of waiting until June you can now hear a four track preview right..
R&B singer Banks’ debut album, Goddess, was released this week to much anticipation. We’ve been fans of Banks for a while, along with the rest of the internet, due to her soulful covers of The Weeknd and Aaliyah. “Beggin for Thread” and “Alibi” are newer tracks to note although the parts..
The new Death From Above 1979 album, The Physical World, is now streaming on iTunes and we have actually been waiting ten years for this day. At first listen it sounds like DFA1979 still have what made us so obsessed with them back in ’04. The album will be officially released on..
Alt-J is back with “Hunger of the Pine” off of their upcoming album This Is All Yours. The track sounds pretty reminiscent of their last album, building up haunting vocals and staccato beats until… wait… who’s that we hear? Is that…. is that Miley Cyrus? Yeah, you heard us correctly, Alt-J sampled..
We’ve been waiting on pins and needles for a new track from Beat Drop alum Chromeo since they teased us back in November with Sexy Socialite and, duh, they’re starting 2014 out strong by teaming up with another one of our favorites: Toro Y Moi. Come Alive stays true to..
Holy. Shit. If you’re looking for a solid hour of music to get you through your commute, or literally anything else you might be doing, look no further. The entire mixtape is solid and once you hit the last six tracks it gets really real. AND a bonus with two..
Local Natives announced today that they not only have a new single but that they will be releasing their sophomore album, Hummingbird, in January 2013 (!!!!). Fans have been waiting not so patiently for something new from the band whose first album was one of the most solidly produced albums..
Swedish natives Miike Snow recently released the highly anticipated follow up to their self titled album. Happy To You has arrived two years later but it was worth the wait. The album builds on the foundation its predecessor laid, adding more layers to their sound, some dissonant and some made..
Bombay Bicycle Club’s A Different Kind of Fix only dropped two days ago but that hasn’t stopped my iTunes from already having it on repeat five times in a row (it would probably be a higher number, but a girls gotta go to class). Each track flows so seamlessly to..