Multicultural French band FI/SHE/S are starting to make a name for themselves thanks to their intricate arrangements and beautiful harmonies.
Beyoncé is back in full form with “Grown Woman”, presumedly the first single from her new album.
“Random Access Memories” has enough greatness to justify its existence, just don’t approach it expecting anything close to Daft Punk’s best work.
Smith Westerns continue to tease toward ‘Soft Will’ with “3am Spiritual,” a reflective new track that loses none of the catchiness.
A hand drawn, animated video for the album version of “Man I Need,” from Jagwar Ma’s debut album, ‘Howlin’.
After impressing with the title track, Freddie Dickson’s debut ‘Shut Us Down’ EP is available to stream.
Demanding your attention through the bowels of hell, Pharmakon’s “Abandon” shines thanks to unrelenting force.
Here it is – Smallpools’ debut single that is sure to be everyone’s new summer anthem.
Sam Amidon’s “Bright Sunny South” consists of pop music covers, yet his stunning and singular vision beats throughout.
They’re just out of their teens, but Wild Swim already have a decade of musical experience under their belts – and the skills to show for it.
Kanye West titles his new album “Yeezus” and performs two new songs “New Slaves” and “Black Skinhead” on SNL.
Angel Olsen’s “Half Way Home” gets a physical release, extending the reach of one of 2012′s most pristine debuts.
Holy Ghost! have announced new album ‘Dynamics’ for the fall, and have released “Dumb Disco Ideas” as its monstrous first single.
The Weeknd returns with “Kiss Land”, the first piece of new music from his upcoming album of the same name.
Franz Ferdinand announce their new album “Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action” will be released this Summer via Domino.
Listen to Mount Kimbie’s deep, guttural “You Took Your Time”, their collaboration with “King Krule” from their new album “Cold Spring Fault Less Youth”.