Best New Tracks

Think you're pure? Above reproach? Seattle's Low Cut High Tops calls out absolutely everybody on "We're All Sheep"! It's rather easy to feel self-congratulatory in today's world of hashtag activism and empty "woke" posturing (...)
Grimes returns with a chronicle of the decline on the electro-rockin' "My Name Is Dark (Art Mix)." Claire Boucher's journey has been one of the most bizarre, compelling, surreal stories of modern indie rock (...)
I’m feeling lost and alone. Like nothing I do in this world matters and it’s all some hopeless effort to connect me to a universe I don’t feel very strongly about connecting to. Okay, I don’t exactly feel that per say, but good music is (...)
Glam rock hasn’t sounded this fun for at least the past ten or fifteen years. Back when Jet and The Killers were battling it out to see which one would still be around in 2019. Sure, we might say rock is dead every now and then (...)
DENM reminds us that everything's going to be okay on "Alright"! It's important for the media we engage with to comment on the world we're living in. After all, music, movies, films, books, fashion shouldn't just be feel-good (...)
If the world was made up of only one artist, and that artist was Ginger Root, I don’t think the people would mind. Sure, there would be an adjustment period. Everyone would cry for their favorite artist lost-- Arianna and Tool and Frank Ocean all having (...)
Winner winner chicken dinner, SKYXXX and Party Favor have created the perfect anthem for the Thanksgiving season. This is pure poultry-based-meal trap shit. How fitting for the holidays, huh? “Chicken (...)
Big Freedia goes even bigger on "Louder"! Big Freedia, who’s signed to our associated music publishing company Brill Building, has never been one for subtlety. We're talking about the woman who organized (...)
Ruuth explores the euphoric burnout of an afterparty on "Afterparties"! There's something particular about an afterparty, a particular feeling. It's kind of glamorous, on one hand, sort of romantic knowing that you're the last person (...)
If Ryan Beatty were to turn out to be the head of a new chillwave 2.0 pop-soul-esque sound, then consider us signed right up. Like first in line, riding the rails at shows-- in a chill way though. His music is too wayyyy vibey to stress (...)
Before everything became monetized and recorded, songs were passed down like folktales. Occasionally a new singer would take some creative liberties during a performance and another verse would be added to (...)

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