Directed by Nicholas Harwood & Aaron Maine. Porches returns with a really lovely new song two-minute song, titled Country, featuring vocals from Blood Orange’s Dev Hynes and Bryndon Cook. A note from Porches’ Aaron Maine: “i am happy to share this new song with you it’s the last song i wrote for my new album… Read more »
Directed by Dev Hynes, and choreographed by Juri Onuki. Blood Orange‘s stunning new album Freetown Sound is out now on Domino Records.
With the new Blood Orange album, Cupid Deluxe, slated for release later this month, Dev Hynes has shared another track from it called You’re Not Good Enough. The track comes hot on the heels of Chamakay, and features backing vocals from Samantha Urbani of Friends. Cupid Deluxe is out on November 18 via Domino Records.
Faded, the latest by George Cassavetes’ Stay Bless project, features both Dev Hynes (Solange‘s “Losing You”, Sky Ferreira‘s “Everything Is Embarrassing”) and Samantha Urbani of Brooklyn band Friends. This is a really great track, check it out. Stay Bless’ Faded EP is out now on 37 Adventures. Grab a copy here.
The Way is the unexpected new offering from Samantha Urbani’s recently rejigged Friends lineup. It hasn’t been confirmed whether or not he plays guitar on the track, but that sounds to me like the guitar work of one Dev Hynes. Power-ballads wouldn’t usually be my thing, but I’m diggin’ this. As I’ve said before, anything Hynes… Read more »
Dev Hynes (Solange‘s “Losing You”, Sky Ferreira‘s “Everything Is Embarrassing”), has worked his magic again with Flatline, the latest by the newly formed original Sugababes line-up. I’m a sucker for a good pop tune, and honestly this is one of the best I’ve heard all year. Now I remember why I always secretly liked the Sugababes. Excuse… Read more »
Solange has dropped a stunning remix of her latest single, Looks Good With Trouble with an added verse from Kendrick Lamar. Once again, Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) has provided the production and everything just sounds perfect. He’s actually used this beat before on a remix of Florence + the Machine‘s Never Let Me Go, and it… Read more »
The original Sugababes have been in the studio recording some new material with Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) recently. The result is Mutya, Keisha & Siobhan laying down some pretty nice verses over Kendrick Lamar’s Swimming Pools (Drank). I’ve always had a soft spot for the Sugababes, it’s good to have them back.
Dev Hynes produced two of 2012’s best songs with Sky Ferreira’s Everything Is Embarassing and Solange’ Losing You. Anything he touches at the moment pretty much turns to gold. He’s done it again on with Unravel, the gorgeous new offering from Laura Welsh. This girl is going to be big.