Nothing says new music like a Friday, and this week was no exception. From the fiercely poignant indie rock of 18-year-old Lindsey Jordan, better known as Snail Mail, to the crisp comeback pop of Swedish singer Lykke Li, to the long-awaited collab from Kanye and Kid Cudi, this week we truly saw it all. Keep ...
The Netherlands-born, Iraqi-Syrian artist Wafia joins Louis the Child on “Better Not” – a harmony-laced track built on steel drum tones, marimba rhythms, and brightly textured beats. The duo’s first collaboration with Wafia, the song finds the Australian singer/songwriter threading her ethereal vocals through sweetly hopeful lyrics. She shares, “This song was such a sweet thing to write from a perspective I hadn’t explored before. Working with Robby and Freddy was so effortless and fun. It was hard not to dance in the studio anytime that drop came in.”
One half of the Space Invadaz which is apart of Talib Kweli’s label Javotti Media, who just wrapped performances on Talib’s Radio Silence Tour Speed Walton has reinforced underground hip-hop with his eccentric lyricism and versatile flows; pairing eclectic samples with amusing and conscious rhyme schemes.
In the wake of Beyoncé’s absolutely epic, news-making Coachella performance, now is as good a time as any to uncover some more life-giving female talent to add to your playlists. Here are some women to watch, picked fresh from the Coachella 2018 lineup. Peggy Gou Berlin-based South Korean DJ Peggy Gou is absolutely masterful when it ...
20-year-old Sydney-based singer-songwriter Odette has been turning heads with her beautiful sonic creations since she burst on the scene with debut single, “Watch Me Read You”. The Australian artists songs are….
On his fifth studio album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol 1, Calvin Harris produced an incredible collection of songs for the summer. With a phenomenal group of features, this album will be an instant summer classic. Before he released the entire album, Harris put out three tracks from the album as teasers: “Rollin,” “Slide,” and “Feels”—simple titles for simple songs. Each of the songs has a great beat that is perfect for driving around with the windows down.
Now that spring has finally arrived, so has a lot of great new music! Everyone is looking for those great songs to play with their windows rolled down in the warm weather and we’ve got them. Take a look at the music we’ll be listening to all throughout spring!
JW Sargent is aligning the stars and preparing to take 2017 full force. This month, we’re getting to know the alternative-indie singer-songwriter from Philadelphia a little better as he talks about his start in music, how his music helps him deal with issues he’s faced, and what’s to come this year. In the meantime, don’t forget to check out JW Sargent’s debut EP, In Retrograde, out now.
The much-anticipated album, Divide by Ed Sheeran, was finally released on March 3, 2017. Divide broke a Spotify record with a crazy number of streams within the first 24 hours. With 12 creatively different songs, Sheeran came back strong with this album. The singer-songwriter just recently announced his north American tour with this album that will start out in Kansas City on June 29, 2017.
Abel Tesfaye, better known as his stage name The Weeknd, has come along way from being the underground, Toronto crooner with his chart-topping album Starboy. The Weeknd has slowly climbed to stardom and proves that he is prepared to remain at the top of the charts. It’s been years since The Weeknd charmed us with his underground, tortured music that had us helplessly fall in love with his soft, tender voice as he sang about love, drugs, and his own securities.
Coming down from her 2014 release Aquarius and gearing up for her sophomore album Joyride, Tinashe decided to join the ranks of music’s elite and surprised the world last month with Nightride, a sexy, subdued, cool and slightly dark glimpse into another side of the singer’s skill set.
Don’t let the title fool you. This is not an R&B album by Brian McKnight. Instead, it’s a look into the mind of one of hip-hop’s leading new artists: Travis Scott. His sophomore album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, is Scott’s take on letting your creativity flow and just being able to create without constraints. Travis Scott is pretty lucky to do so himself. He’s signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music as a producer and T.I.’s Grand Hustle Records as an artist. He’s produced and written songs with everyone from Rihanna to Jay-Z, but it is through his own music that he shines most.