Best New Tracks

I know you’ve been here too, but there are some nights where I just sit around my apartment with all the lights off and sing as loud as I can along to Fiona Apple or Joanna Newsom songs, feeling the feels of (...)
We love a good cautionary tale. In the fifties-sixties-seventies it seemed like there were a dime a dozen stories of good boys and good girls gone wrong when faced with the harsh realities of New York or LA or fill in the (...)
Bishop Briggs is at it again, and not to surprise anyone, but she’s one huge bad arse. I say this because it’s obvious! Every dang time she drops a new song or video our love for her grows. Those who haven’t caught eye of her latest single “Champion” (...)
There is no appropriate genre with which to define REZZ. Sure, we music bloggers try to find something fitting by calling her heavier than all known elemental metals or dubstep adjacent or just simply in making (...)
You’re having a tough day. We know what it’s like: woke up on the wrong side of the bed, coffee won’t brew, and you’re running late to work only to find out that you left the light on in your car last night and now the battery (...)
Never have I ever think that one day Ed Sheeran would make me want to hit the replay button. Sure he’s had hit songs that make it onto Billboard 100 and whatnot, but none have quite had that oomph like his recently (...)
Just when I thought my wig couldn’t survive another snatch, Joyner Lucas and Timbaland yank it, drag it across the country and back, soak it in fizz, roll it on the floor, and leave it on my doorstep. Yes, that is (...)
n “What If,” Ryhs Lewis goes on to pose questions that we as humans have been asking ourselves since the existence of the very first failed relationship. “But what if, what if we'd held on for longer? And what if, what (...)
This year at Coachella I was forced to come face to face with my own old man out-of-touchness. I hadn’t even heard of Billie Eilish before I stumbled up to her absolutely packed set at the festival. Who was this seventeen (...)
If someone told me ten years ago that I’d be listening to an electro-goth cover of Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks,” I’d be like, “Yeah right.” Then if that same person proceeded to explain to me what the song was (...)
Soul singer Michael Kiwanuka returns with his most upbeat-sounding single so far, in collaboration with guitarist Tom Misch. "Money" is darker than it seems, however. Perhaps no subject has had so much ink spilled over it (...)
Whether he’s building to something bigger or stays in his lane writing dope songs for a niche audience is irrelevant. For as long as people hear Faodail’s music and learn his name’s meaning, they’ll agree it’s pretty on (...)

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