The always-elusive underground rap star Jay Electronica may never get around to releasing an album, but that means it feels like an event every time a new song shows up online. When last we heard
“Facework” wriggles like a centipede across your skin. Cillie Barnes’ voice brims with revulsion and barely-contained disgust, and a thousand tiny legs of sound shoot out of the song’s slim, agile structure. As “Facework” shimmers
M.I.A. shared a new track earlier today called “CanSeeCanDo.” It’s her first new track after the release of Matangi in 2013. “DEMOCRACY CONVERSATIONS ! TAMILS ARE STILL WAITING ! AND NO MY BEATS ARE NOT
Maybe Hall & Oates can stop Brooklyn-based cereal purveyors from cleverly punning on their name, but they cannot stop the creative people of this good internet from mashing up their music with Metallica. Below is
Last year, Toronto punks Mexican Slang released their Inside The Velvet Castle EP, and we posted their song “Blisters.” They’re about to come out with a new single called “Fever,” and it’s a fucking burner.
Brooklyn’s Liturgy have a rep for being black metal experimenters, but their forthcoming album The Ark Work isn’t really a metal album at all. Instead, it’s dense and textured experimental music that sometimes pulls an
Sun Kil Moon announced Benji follow-up Universal Themes last month, and although the album contains the previously released “The Possum” and “Cry Me A River Williamsburg Sleeve Tattoo Blues,” we haven’t heard any actual new
Young Thug and Rocko represent different sides of the Atlanta rap coin. Thug is a bugged-out fabulist, an alien creature sent to earth with a mission to make himself look and sound as glammed-out as