Best New Tracks

Whipped Cream teams up with Baby Goth to create a low-key hip-hop/EDM anthem for Harley Quinn on "So Thick"! Birds Of Prey is this winter's unlikely ode to girl power, in which Harley Quinn breaks loose (...)
Switzerland's EDX follows up his biggest year ever with "Adore Me"! To say that EDX had a bang-up year in 2019 is a massive understatement. The Italian producer ate up the charts with a staggering five #1 singles on Beatport and racking up over (...)
We’ve been talking about Overcoats for months now. Last time we reported for duty the duo of Hana Elion and JJ Mitchell were in full-on electro-pop mode, shaving their heads for the music video of their (...)
LA's Milck gets optimistic with her new pop anthem "If I Ruled The World." We're living in a strange moment in history. On one hand, we are small, inconsequential, in the face of monolithic, nearly incomprehensible forces. On the other hand (...)
Every single H.E.R. song is expert level at setting the mood. I think you know what kind of mood I’m talking about without having to get too explicit here. While “Comfortable” sees a sort of departure with regard to a (...)
Whethan goes electroclash on "All In My Head" featuring grandson! All kinds of genres have been getting punked up, these past few years. There's the punk/emo/hip-hop hybrid of Post Malone and Lil Peep. There's (...)
TIL that Joyner Lucas was not the overweight white dude rapping racist vitriol in his “I’m Not Racist” music video. I don’t know if this says more about me (that I didn’t feel the need to follow up), or the world (that I didn’t think it was impossible for a (...)
Memphis rapper NLE Choppa is wise beyond his years on "Exotic"! Growing up in the limelight must be weird. On one hand, you've got every available tool and resource available at your disposal. That kind of money and fame is going to (...)
Lana Del Rabies draws out the darkness of MXMS' "Gravedigger" in an ominous new remix! La funeral pop duo MXMS have always been about duality. It's implied in their genre name itself - accessible and (...)
TroyBoi summons an alien landscape with the bangin' bass music of "Mmmm." Does anyone else miss dubstep? For a brief moment, it seemed like the euphoric utopianism of rave could be paired with academic intellectualism and soundsystem (...)
Nosaj Thing brightens up Jamie Isaac's nocturnal world on "Next To Me." Back in 2018, talking about Jamie Isaac's predilection for somnambulistic grooves, the website The Independent writes, "But when it (...)
“ISH” starts off with the kind of big trap beat that ought to be scoring the new James Bond movie. Cinematic, shrouded in mystery, but with a complete and total sense of self-assurance. The song’s got an ominous (...)