Premiere: “Nu” – Idesia

September 25, 2014 No comments yet

“Coastin’, don’t leave the dreaming all to me/ Floatin, these golden dreams don’t come for free” Idesia’s got more than a little something goin on, blending a delicious R&B, hip-hop, neo-soul, jazz smoothie into a satiating gift to the ears and soul. Sophie’s flawlessly unique timbre weaves in and out of the hip-hop drums, glossy […]

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Stream: Chris Malinchak – “Happiness” (feat. MNEK)

September 25, 2014 No comments yet

“You’re a vision of beautiful.” The only thing better than a new original track from NYC producer Chris Malinchak is a new track featuring the honey glazed vocals of MNEK. With the blistering beat of a Disclosure track that has been saturated in a boil of simmering synths, “Happiness” is a slow-burning heartbreaker that could light a torch in the darkest of bars until you’re […]

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Video: Mansions On The Moon – “Somewhere Else Tonight”

September 25, 2014 No comments yet

Diplo and N.E.R.D. collaborators return with the video for their latest song (and greatest offering yet) “Somewhere Else Tonight.” Set in an inter-dimensional party sphere, the video features two best friends taking on an alien rave and fire-breathing monster against a hazy gush of serotonin synths sun-kissed to perfection by the band’s new California home. Vocalist/guitarist Ted Wendler explained […]

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Video Premiere: Dana Williams – “One More” + Interview

September 24, 2014 No comments yet

“I’ve fallen apart so many times before/ What’s one more?” I feel a multitude of different vibes whilst watching this six-month-to-make Caleb Wood animation to the honey-dripping soundtrack of Dana Williams’ expression. It’s a short and sweet video that encompasses inspirations and meanings far beyond its length in minutes. I hear Elvis Presely and Beach […]

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Video Premiere: SomeKindaWonderful – “California Love” (2Pac Cover)

September 23, 2014 No comments yet

“California Love” has been proudly bumpin at California and non-California clubs alike for nearly two decades. 2Pac’s contagious 90s banger inevitably still-to-this-day drives heads to a relentless turn-up bob. Most never dare explore the foreboding notion of covering a 2Pac song. However, SomeKindaWonderful valiantly and successfully decided to take their own slowed-down approach. They soulfully […]

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Stream: Lolawolf – “AYO” + Tour Dates

September 23, 2014 No comments yet

I’ve been swooning over Lolawolf since their conception when they unleashed the rapturous tune of slinky electronics “Drive” onto the internet before releasing their easy-on-the-ears self-titled debut EP. Today Neon Gold premiered the newest song titled “AYO” and it’s all spitfire synths and crunching chains, lashing out Zoë’s *dauntless* attitude in a surge of nonchalant lyrical jabs that takes […]

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Download: Ryan Hemsworth’s First “Secret Songs” Compilation

September 23, 2014 No comments yet

Omg. It’s like Ryan Hemsworth is giving us 20 musical hugs today. It was only this morning that he unveiled the first single off his new album “Snow In Newark” featuring Dawn Golden (which provides infinite happysad feels). Now, Ryan is back stormtrooping the internet like the unmasked hero he is to bring us his first Secret Songs compilation that […]

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Download: Raury – “God’s Whisper” (Flosstradamus & Aryay Remix)

September 23, 2014 No comments yet

Atlanta rapper Raury is out here making a big name for himself with an well-received debut album Indigo Child,  feature on SBTRKT’s forthcoming album, a recent collaboration with The Neighbourhood and a meeting with Kanye at Ye’s request. Today Raury gets another career pep in his step with a remix of his breakout debut single “God’s Whisper” courtesy of Flosstradamus & Aryay who lace the […]

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Stream: Kendrick Lamar – “I”

September 23, 2014 No comments yet

Kendrick Lamar out here trying to make everyone love yourself. At 7AM this morning, Kendrick Lamar unleashed the Isley Brothers-sampling Rahki-produced track “I” to radio stations and the internet. Like the rap version of Pharrell’s “Happy,” “I” drives home a mood-enhancing, confidence boosting message wrapped in sun-soaked beat that practically primes the punchy song as the next anthem to soundtrack the […]

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