Thursday night’s episode of Late Show with Stephen Colbert featured a double dose of Atlanta hip-hop, as both Future and Killer Mike appeared on camera. In support of his newly released album, The WIZRD, Future ran through “Crushed Up”. In a nod to the single’s music video, a blizzard ofRead More →

Kanye was recently spotted in a Miami recording studio with a number of prominent artists, including fast-rising Florida rapper YNW Melly. While many speculated the pair were working on Kanye’s forthcoming Yandhi, the first track to surface actually lives on YNW Melly’s new EP, We All Shine. The track is called “MixedRead More →

Track by Track is a recurring new music feature that asks an artist to break down each song on their latest record, one by one. Download | Listen via iTunes | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS When I reach Bradford Cox to talk about his new record Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?, the Deerhunter frontman isRead More →

Heartbreak, apparently, truly is good for creativity, at least if you’re Ariana Grande. The pop singer’s been on a tear since her split from Pete Davidson, dropping two excellent singles in “thank u, next” and “Imagine” and announcing her “Sweetener World Tour”. Now, Grande is back with yet another new single, “7Read More →

Future has unveiled his new album, The WIZRD. It’s available to stream in full below via Apple Music and Spotify. Today’s effort spans a total of 20 songs, including early singles “Crushed Up” and “Jumpin on a Jet”. Future is joined by special guest Travis Scott on “First Off” and by fellowRead More →

Download | Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Radio Public | Stitcher | RSS The Lowdown: It’s been nearly five years since the pastoral sounds of Are We There, Sharon Van Etten’s fourth studio album that further solidified the singer-songwriter’s place in the alternative rock canon. Yet, it also presented an artist in transition, one who was stillRead More →

After dropping two new songs yesterday — the subtle trapper “Mile High” and the haunting “Lullaby For My Insomniac” — James Blake reveals today the entirety of Assume Form, his fourth full-length to date and follow-up to 2016’s The Colour In Anything. It’s available to stream in full below viaRead More →

Sharon Van Etten is back today with Remind Me Tomorrow, her first new album in five years and fifth full-length overall. You can stream it in full below via Apple Music and Spotify below. The new album sees Van Etten making a drastic evolution from her indie folk singer-songwriter beginnings, as sheRead More →