Jessie Ware dropped her new If You’re Never Gonna Move EP yesterday. It’s effectively her American debut and it features tracks from her exquisite debut Devotion. Jessie Ware recently had to change the name of her track ‘110%’ to ‘If You’re Never Gonna Move’ due to a lawsuit and the EP is named after it. The EP also features a pretty cool remix of the song by London-based producer Two Inch Punch. Stream it below.
Cold War Kids are back and readying album number four, Dear Miss Lonelyhearts, due April 1st. I’m a massive fan of Cold War Kids, so I was very excited when I heard they had a new track out. It’s called ‘Miracle Mile’ and you can stream it below.
In a recent press release, lead singer Nathan Willett said of the new album: “We were shaken up, ready to let certain songs go further than before by trying new styles and arrangements, while keeping others sparse and caring more about the finished product and less about how we got there.”
Okkervil River frontman Will Sheff has announced he’s set to embark on a new solo project. He’s calling the new project Lovestreams and he has just shared the title track and the album artwork. ‘Shock Corridor’ sounds a little more electro-poppy than anything I’ve ever heard by Okkervil River. It’s a bit of a grower, actually.
New York’s hottest new rapper does not disappoint on his highly anticipated debut LP. OK , well that statement is obvious enough and I’m pretty sure by now that most people have heard A$AP Rocky’s debut Long.Live.A$AP by now. What does everyone think of it? What’s your favourite cut off the album? Mine is either ‘1 Train’, ‘LVL’ or this…
LA punks FIDLAR are streaming their debut album in full over at Pitchfork. The self-titled debut is out officially on February 4.
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Florida-based producer XXYYXX returns today with a really dope new track called ‘Backroom #8′. It’s a much more subtle and laid back cut than what I’m used to hearing from Marcel Everett and I’m totally diggin’ it.
Gainesville, Florida-based producer Kodak To Graph, aka Michael Maleki, just dropped this ultra smooth instrumental on his SoundCloud page. Check it out, and while you’re at it make sure you listen to some of his other stuff as you’ll find some seriously good material on it.
Pyyramids are an electro-pop duo consisting of Tim Nordwind (bassist in OK Go) and singer Drea Smith. Last year they dropped their debut EP Human Beings. They have just released a video for the EP track “Don’t Go”, and it’s well worth checking out.