The fantastic “Uncut” version of GEMS’ “Medusa” gives new insight into the original’s lyrics.
‘Britney Jean’ is the sound of a once reigning pop queen seeing her time at the top come to an end.
Philadelphia’s The War On Drugs return with “Red Eyes”, a new song from their new album ‘Lost In The Dream’.
My Bloody Valentine’s loud, dense, wonderfully rich, and beautifully arranged ‘mbv’ sits at #28 on our Best Albums of 2013 list.
Ben Khan delivers another Jai Paul inspired night-jam in “Savage”, spurring hopes of an official album sometime in 2014.
On ‘When the Fire is Dead in the Grate,’ Wolf People prove the sounds of the 70s are still very much alive today.
Returning to his roots, ‘The History of Caves’ is Josh Tillman’s dark, alluring soundtrack to a film, written and directed by his wife.
Scenic is the sound of Tame Impala mating with Air to produce a cosmic pop of explosion on their latest Shockwaves EP.
Check out newcomer Annika Zee’s stunning ‘Make It Right’.
#29 on our Best Albums of 2013 list is Deerhunter’s ‘Monomania’, a record that sees Cox and company toning down the weird and creating a coherent ode to Americana.
Feeling like there isn’t enough eighties awesome in your life? Problem solved.
As exciting it is to see Teengirl Fantasy venture out of their comfort zone on ‘Nun,’ it’s also impressive how they keep their signature aesthetic intact.
On ‘Like a Dream,’ Francis and the Lights dig deeper into 80s pop, with minimal, retro beats and delicate falsetto.
Sam Smith unveils “Money On My Mind” another amazing new tune from the young Londoner.
Listen to Rosie Lowe’s sublime debut EP ‘Right Thing’, out now via 37 Adventures.