lost in the dream may very well be one of this year’s finest releases, and its opening number, “under the pressure,” sets the tone.
cloud nothings has gone through a rigorous transformation over the past five years. what started out as a one-man, lo-fi pop project has morphed into an abrasive, frenetic trio more so informed by punk bands like the wipers.
tennis is set to return with their long-awaited third album, ritual in repeat, on september 9th.
charlotte oleena is breaking her silence. under the moniker sea oleena, the montreal musician released a pair of gorgeous eps in 2010 and 2011, but took a lengthy hiatus to focus on her first full-length.
if you were to puree a middle-aged dad’s record collection and then sprinkled a bit of chicago’s diy ethos on top, your hypothetical/metaphorical smoothie would taste a lot like twin peaks.
last month, scottish producer rustie teamed up with motor city motormouth danny brown for “attak,” a frenetic single taken from rustie’s upcoming album
listen to a new song from miloit’s hard to believe that milo is only now getting around to releasing his debut full-length album. the wisconsin rapper, who is currently carving out a niche for himself in los angeles, was heavily featured on dimestore saints throughout 2013, but this year has been relatively quiet in comparison. that’s ok. milo has been crafting a toothpaste suburb, a sixteen-track volume of work due out…