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    WATCH | Roosevelt “Fever”

    According to NPR, "German producer Roosevelt has spent the last five years honing his sound, a gleaming, dubbed-out blend of '80s new wave and electro-pop that feels like Human League at the beach." Check out the video for the track "Fever" now!
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    WATCH | Allah-Las “Could Be You”

    The video for “Could Be You” off of Allah-Las' forthcoming LP 'Calico Review' (due out September 9 via Mexican Summer) is a black and white testament to their home town, Los Angeles.
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    WATCH | Adam Torres “Some Beast Will Find You By Name” + Tour Dates

    Austin's Adam Torres has a new album out on Fat Possum called 'Pearls To Swine,' and the video for “Some Beast Will Find You By Name“ recently made its debut on Gorilla vs Bear. Click through to watch it now!
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    LISTEN | Danny Brown “Pneumonia” + Tour Dates

    Check out "Pneumonia," the second single from Danny's forthcoming full length album 'Atrocity Exhibition,' and then snatch up some tickets for his upcoming fall tour!
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    LISTEN | Selah Sue ‘Reason’ + Tour Dates

    Belgian artist Selah Sue has recently released her second album, 'Reason,' and will be making her way through New England to support the record here in the U.S. Click through to hear the album in full and to check out her tour dates!
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    WATCH | Atmosphere “The Shit We’ve Been Through” + Tour Dates

    Atmosphere is back with a new album called, 'Fishing Blues,' and you can catch a little sample of that in the new video for the single "The Shit We've Been Through." Catch the group on the road this fall! They're coming to town very you.
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    WATCH | De La Soul Is Not Dead: The Documentary

    Hot on the heels of 'And The Anonymous Nobody,' De La's first album in 12 years, comes a short documentary on the group called "De La Soul Is Not Dead." In the short half hour, you get to hear about the group's origins, triumphs, their tribulations through their eyes, and the folks that were there with them since the beginning.

Recent News

WATCH — Garden City Movement “She’s So Untouchable”

September 24th, 2016


Mayan Toledano, artist and one-half of label Me and You has lent her hazy daydream aesthetics to the the latest video for Tel Aviv-based band Garden City Movement. Set to the trio’s softly seductive electro-pop rhythms of She’s So Untouchable, Toledano’s intimate world of teenage friendship, love and longing is a perfect pastel-hued fit. We spoke with the budding director about how the video’s cast inspired her, the benefits of learning as you go, and why being untouchable is about defying expectations – including societal definitions of gender – and carving out your own identity.” — via i-D

Read the full interview with Mayan Toledano HERE, and watch the video below!

READ — TOKiMONSTA Announces ‘Fovere Remixed’

September 23rd, 2016


“Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA announced today Fovere Remixed, an EP featuring a round of reworked tracks off her 2016 album Fovere. For the project she’s enlisted Montreal’s CRi—who has previously released on her Young Art imprint—along with Chicago producer Tensei, After Cluv Dance Lab affiliates Tom & Collins, and fellow SoCal hip-hop producer Exile, known for his work with influential duo Blu & Exile. Fovere was originally released on March 4, including collaborations with Anderson .Paak & KRNE, Jonny Pierce, and Gavin Turek over the course of seven tracks. The EP will arrive via Young Art on September 30, and is available for pre-order now.” — via Thump

Fovere Remixed tracklist:

1. Wound Up (feat. a l l i e) (CRi Remix)
2. Put It Down (feat. Anderson .Paak & KRNE) (Tensei Remix)
3. Giving Up (feat. Jonny Pierce) (Tom & Collins Remix)
4. Put It Down (feat. Anderson .Paak & KRNE) (Exile Remix)

Miss ‘Fovere’ the first time around? Watch the video for the original version of “Wound Up” below!

WATCH — Babeheaven “Moving On”

September 22nd, 2016


“When Babeheaven released their debut single “Heaven” earlier this year, the collective hearts of the Noisey office melted. Arriving at a time when the sun felt like a distant and mythical being far beyond the horizon, the track was imbued with a sense that had us yearning for the sort of hazy, red-eyed afternoons that piece together the unparalleled joy of the great British summer. As the heat continues to beat on down, the band have returned with their follow up single “Moving On“. The track soundtracks the evolving and revolving ideas of a relationship. Diving deep into the nuances of connection, it’s a beautifully immersive slice of ethereal trip-hop. Pinned together with lead vocalist Nancy Andersen’s shimmering voice, it’s another smooth triumph for the London based five piece. As time passes, it feels kinda like they’re morphing into this generation’s Portishead. Which is a bold claim, but fuck it: that’s the sort of thing you’re going to be coming out with if you listen to Babeheaven when stoned.” — via Noisey

Watch “Moving On” below!

WATCH — Communist Daughter “Roll A Stone”

September 21st, 2016


“Saint Paul indie band Communist Daughter knows what the last fleeting warmth of a brief Minnesota summer can bring out of a man. “Everyone makes the most of it,” lead singer and songwriter Johnny Solomon told me. “Everyone is out in the sun as much as we can before the cold comes rolling back in and we’re covered in snow again.” So it’s only fitting that their new video for the single “Roll A Stone” features activities best done under the sun: riding motorcycles, eating ice cream, and cruising the open, endless road. Communist Daughter are releasing their sophomore LP The Cracks That Built The Wall on October 21st. Think Brian Wilson fronting early Fleetwood Mac mixed with a pinch of Nirvana. Post-folk grunge at its finest.” — via What Youth

Watch “Roll A Stone” below!

WATCH — Sims “OneHundred”

September 20th, 2016


“It’s been five years since Sims released Bad Time Zoo, his second solo album. Part of that gap can be contributed to his Minneapolis crew Doomtree releasing a pair of albums in that time. But now Sims is back with More Than Ever, his third solo record, on which he’s continued to push his sound in bombastic new directions. The A.V. Club premier[ed] the video for “OneHundred”, which sees Sims fitting into a handful of pop art instillations while rapping over a beat provided by Lazerbeak, one of Doomtree’s venerable producers.” — via The AV Club

Watch “OneHundred” below!

WATCH — Douglas Dare “Oh Father”

September 19th, 2016


Oh Father” is the latest single off London-based singer, songwriter & pianist Douglas Dare‘s sophomore full-length, Aforger LP, available October 14 on Erased Tapes. It is a deeply intimate retelling of the fear, intimidation, and ultimate confrontation Dare faced when he came out as a homosexual to his father, a man who’s preconceived notions prevented Dare from embodying and living his true identity until the truth was revealed.

Watch the video for “Oh Father” below!

WATCH — NØISE “Little Lions”

September 18th, 2016


“On September 23, NØISE—a band comprised of Obey founder Shepard Fairey, Joe Cassidy, John Goff, and Merritt Lear—will release the Little Lions EP on Obey Records. The first offering from the release is a video for the track “Little Lions.” Directed by Rickett & Sones, it takes place in a karaoke bar where Lear’s singing hypnotizes patrons into stillness so little girls can steal their things; Fairey’s daughters are among them. The EP features two tracks, “Little Lions” and “Automatic,” with remixes from Moby, Tim Armstrong, the Crystal Method, Phil Hartnoll, Z Trip, Nico and Touch, SSI, and John Goff.” — via Pitchfork

Check out the video below!

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