Best New Tracks

I never thought four years of Spanish lessons would come in handy until I heard “Uno” by Ambjaay. The rappers bilingual single leaves me asking “Where was this song when I was in high school?” This jam is full of flavor and is packed with (...)
Normally I try to stay away from songs that remind me that deep down inside I’m truly really sad, that’s why I tend to go for songs with pep because they help me forget about my pain, but somehow gnash has managed to pull off an entire song (...)
Feeling down? Alone? You're not alone. Might as well celebrate with Dog Orchestra's "Pity Party.” "Maybe if you stopped feeling so sorry for yourself you'd be more… successful," intones a carbonite voice, ripped straight from an (...)
The legendary electronic duo Röyksopp have returned with a series of unreleased music that was recently uncovered while revamping their chateau. And thank goodness they decided to renovate their chambers because (...)
I can’t believe that it took me three days to finally get to writing about Icelandic producer Yagya’s single “Frysti Stormur.” I don’t think any less of those of you not familiar with the name because he’s one music’s best-kept (...)
Time to dust off your spurs and saddle up partner because we’re about to go on a clip-clop ride with Valentino Khan’s single “Pony.” With horse neighs and the pounding sounds of hooves hitting the ground, “Pony” charges in (...)
“What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” is a phrase embroidered on something in your grandmother’s house. It’s the banalest kind of bumper sticker wisdom that’s as likely to elicit an eye roll as it is to be ignored (...)
Girls can be fuckboys too. That’s the takeaway from BAUM’s latest single “Fuckboy,” an anthemic, sad pop banger. “Fuckboy” is a jarringly honest and effective look at the thin line between love and lust. It also (...)
“Voices” is beautifully constructed and moving piece of music. Anchored by idyllic piano and flanked by reverb and delay drenched synth, the track floats and weaves itself into an indelible groove. It’s the type of song (...)
“I was reaching out to other local artists trying to work with them, but nobody wanted to work with me,” 17-year-old Texas rapper Quin NFN explained to Genius. He basically was told to pay up if you wanted to play so he said (...)
It’s been reported that since the debut of Vampire Weekend’s album “Father Of The Bride,” soccer moms everywhere have been spending extra time in their vans hot boxing while spacing out to the new sounds of (...)
Favorite lyric: “You make me immortal / You take me to space / You are a planet / A place I’ve not known / Your body is home to rare gods.” After three long years of silence, Kate Tempest returns with the single (...)
Salvation ain’t looking for me. Blaring, bright synths open up MXMS’ debut EP, Funeral Pop I, aptly named for the mystic but infectious brand of music with which the duo’s been hitting the scene. Their collection of singles (...)

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