New History Warfare Vol. 3: To See More Light is simply Colin Stetson’s best album to date: a whirlwind of majesty, filth, and fury.
Justin Timberlake’s “The 20/20 Experience” is a remarkably mature record full of pop earworms and grand ideas.
On “Anxiety”, Autre Ne Veut effortlessly blends the past and the future of R&B, putting him amongst some of today’s best R&B artists.
The Weeknd releases a dark, nihilistic video in the very same vein as previous songs, with plenty of nude women and plenty of emotion.
Autre Ne Veut just dropped a touching video for “Counting”, his song touching on his fear of grandmother’s death.
Almost a year after the release of ‘Echoes of Silence’, we take a look at The Weeknd’s ‘Trilogy’ as a whole.
The Weeknd has a new video (and album) out; watch the video here.
With only one song under their belts, Sydney’s Movement are creating some of the freshest music, taking cues from Frank Ocean and Jamie xx.
Sharon Van Etten’s ‘Tramp’ is getting a Deluxe Edition full of demos and you can hear a new one now!
Watch the sultry new video for The Weeknd’s track, Wicked Games.
In anticipation for The Weeknd’s November 13th release of Trilogy he’s given us this simple yet fitting video for “Rolling Stone.”
Zebra Katz releases another dark and minimalistic video for new track “W8WTF”.
On “Channel Orange”, Frank Ocean sings about the complexities of love, perfectly contemporizing R&B while remaining true to his own sound.
Star Slinger takes Drake and The Weeknd’s “Crew Love” and gets it ready for the club.
The follow up to “Thursday” and “House of Balloons” oozes an up-and-coming confidence that really speaks to the notoriety that The Weeknd has garnered over this past year.
Pawncho, part of The Weeknd’s OVOXO crew, dropped this new track that samples How To Dress Well.