Duke Dumont releases another giant club anthem with “I Got U” featuring Jax Jones.
The Debauchees’ ‘Big Machines and Peculiar Beings’ is filled with smart, catchy songs that bring some much needed vibrancy to the independent music scene.
Daft Punk share their new video for “Instant Crush”, featuring The Strokes’ singer Julian Casablancas and some wax figures.
The Who have once again re-released the landmark ‘Tommy’, this time with an entire live concert and Pete Townshend’s original demos.
Warpaint unveil another excellent new single in “Biggy”, as well as share tour dates for Europe and North America.
Marley Carroll’s ‘Sings’ combines the bombast of hip-hop, the melancholy of indie rock, and the time-changing tempo mastery of jazz.
bEEdEEgEE’s ‘SUM/ONE’ continues the adventurous spirit of Gang Gang Dance, while tightening up their looser moments.
Lana del Rey dances around Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, and John Wayne in her 27 minute short film Tropico.
Angel Olsen’s gritty new track “Forgiven/Forgotten” receives an official Zia Anger-directed video.
After a stunning pair of debut tracks, Tev’n has returned with ‘Solitude’: a mixtape for anyone who likes Jai Paul.
“Whenever You Want It” is just Clare Maguire and her piano, but it’s enough to be one of the more disarming songs of the year.
Listen to Giorgio Moroder give Haim’s ‘Forever’ the disco touch.
London-based six-piece Lola Colt takes inspiration from Spaghetti Westerns to make Americana-meets-shoegaze soundtracks for films that don’t exist yet.
LA Font’s ‘Diving Man’ finds the young band mining their influences for inspiration.
The fantastic “Uncut” version of GEMS’ “Medusa” gives new insight into the original’s lyrics.