• LISTEN | The Mountain Goats’ “Goths” + Tour Dates

    "For the Mountain Goats' 16th full-length album, Goths, Darnielle once again takes a conceptual detour." Listen now!
  • WATCH | Forest Swords “Panic”

    "The second full-length from UK electronic artist Forest Swords focuses more acutely on the music’s organic elements. It retains the uncanny qualities he’s known for, but with dashes of hope." Watch now.
  • WATCH | Pokey LaFarge’s “Riot in the Streets” + Tour Dates

    "Riot in the Streets is the opening track to Pokey LaFarge's new album "Manic Revelations". Click through for the sauntering cinematic video.
  • READ | Nite Jewel Review + Tour Dates

    “Everything about Real High, from Ramona Gonzalez’s vocals to the hooks and the production, is so sophisticated and smoothly effective as pop that it raises questions about the difference between underground and mainstream music."
  • WATCH | Café Tacvba “Que No” + Tour Dates

    Ahead of the release of 'Jei Beibi,' Café Tacvba have released a video for the track "Que No" which features a "slender albino protagonist in a stark white universe" that gets into some trouble when a masked doppelgänger appears. Watch now!
  • LISTEN | Omar Souleyman Stream

    "With his new album To Syria, With Love Omar Souleyman has finally broken his silence." Listen Now!
  • WATCH | Brother Ali “Never Learn”

    This new video from Brother Ali was shot in New Mexico at Dar Al Islam, which is the same location that Tupac's “I Wonder If Heaven Got A Ghetto” video was shot at. Click through for this highly cinematic and choreographed piece!

Recent News

WATCH — Doomtree’s “Badlands”

June 28th, 2017

Doomtree MC Sims dropped More Than Ever via Doomtree Records back in November 2016, but has just returned with another offering from the project in the form of “Badlands,” a new video directed by James Gundersen. The visual follows previously released snippets of the album, which included “Icarus,” the star-studded video for “What They Don’t Know” and the infectious lead single, “OneHundred.”

Shot in black and white, the video captures Sims as he strolls around his city’s landscape spitting his own version of truth.”

— via HipHopDX

WATCH — TENDER’s “Nadir” + Tour Dates

June 28th, 2017

London duo TENDER announced their hotly-anticipated debut album Modern Addiction is out September 1st through Partisan Records and Culvert Music (CAN). To celebrate they are sharing the stunning video to lead single ‘Nadir


Tour Dates:
Aug 29 – Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute
Aug 30 – Glasgow, UK – King Tut’s
Sep 1 – Bristol, UK – Louisiana
Sep 2 – Nottingham, UK – Bodega
Sep 4 – Birmingham, UK – Sunflower Lounge
Sep 5 – London, UK – Village Underground
Sep 10 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
Sep 11 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
Sep 13 – San Francisco, CA – Rickshaw
Sep 15 – Seattle, WA – Vera
Sep 17 – Vancouver, BC – Cobalt
Sep 19 – Denver, CO – Lost Lake
Sep 21 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen
Sep 22 – Toronto, ON – Adelaide Hall
Sep 24 – Washington, DC – Songbyrd
Sep 25 – Philadelphia, PA – World Cafe
Sep 27 – Brooklyn, NY – Baby’s All Right
Sep 28 – Boston, MA – Great Scott

WATCH — Gabriel Garzón-Montano’s “Bombo Fabrika”

June 28th, 2017

Today, Brooklyn-born singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gabriel Garzón-Montano shares his “Bombo Fabrika” video filmed in San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia and directed by Santiago Carrasquilla.


WATCH — Saint Etienne’s ‘Magpie Eyes’

June 27th, 2017

“The follow-up to ‘Heather‘ and the heralding single for Saint Etienne‘s latest album, Home Counties, ‘Magpie Eyes‘ is a summer breeze of a pop whirl, which has now been given an accompanying video.”

–via The Four Oh Five


LISTEN — GRiZ & Big Gigantic’s Good Times Roll (Ephwurd Remix) + Tour Dates

June 27th, 2017

“When it comes to good vibes and funk, GRiZ has you covered. He released his Good Will Prevail album in Sept. 2016 and sticks to that message in 2017 with the exclusive announcement of his new tour, Good Will Continue.

The string of fall dates also come paired with the premiere of Ephwurd‘s remix of “Good Times Roll,” from Prevail. The Big Gigantic collaboration gets an aggressive rework, piloted by whipping bass house synths and sped-up sax riffs.

Check out the list of GRiZ’s upcoming tour dates, along with Ephwurd’s head-spinning remake of “Good Times Roll”, below. Stay funky.”

— Via Billboard



LISTEN — Café Tacvba Featured On NPR

June 26th, 2017

Every month, NPR Music hits up 10 hosts, music directors and writers from public radio stations across the country for the new songs that just won’t let them go. It’s always exciting to watch the picks pour in — both to hear the range of music represented and to learn why those songs have been on everyone’s minds.

Café Tacvba, ‘El Mundo En Que Nací
from Jei Beibi

“El Mundo En Que Nací” is a lullaby from a father to a child, but it’s also a love song. It’s about a father holding his child in his arms for the first time — a singular, enduring moment in which he experiences a love that is uniquely real and a responsibility that is uniquely awesome. It’s about entering a brave new world and discovering a reason to continue. From the first few exquisite moments of the song to the to the strings and harpsichord accents that bring it to a close, the chord progression is both familiar and powerful, the song’s story and music effortlessly united. Clearly inspired by Pachelbel’s Canon in D, the song has a beauty and simplicity that create an easy peace. This is the most stunning piece of music I’ve heard in 2017.
—Anne Litt, KCRW

— via NPR


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