Endless

Frank Ocean – Chanel

Frank Ocean shared a new track titled Chanel on the second episode of his Beats 1 program Blonded Radio.

Soviet Soviet – Pantomime

Italy’s Soviet Soviet take a broad view of the post-punk genre, ignoring timestamps and geographic restrictions to assemble a specimen uniquely theirs. Today they’re back with Pantomime, the energetic second single from their forthcoming sophomore release Endless, out December 2 on felte. Endless is the result of a very long, well thought out process marked by… Read more »

Soviet Soviet – Endless Beauty

Italy’s Soviet Soviet take a broad view of the post-punk genre, ignoring timestamps and geographic restrictions to assemble a specimen uniquely theirs. Today they’re back with the announcement of their sophomore release Endless, out December 2 on felte and it’s exceptional first single Endless Beauty. Endless is the result of a very long, well thought… Read more »

Frank Ocean releases long-awaited new album, Blond

Following the unveiling of his visual album Endless, Frank Ocean has finally released his long-awaited new album, Blond. The 17-track LP is the official follow-up to his acclaimed 2012 album, Channel Orange, and features Beyonce, Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, and an impressive list of contributors including David Bowie, Kanye West, Jamie xx, The Beatles, Brian… Read more »

Watch Frank Ocean’s Incredible ‘Nikes’ Video

Following the release of his visual album Endless, Frank Ocean has shared a stunning official music video for his new track, Nikes. The visual album, just like this new music video, has been released exclusively through Apple Music, and the 18 tracks were premiered via Ocean’s livestream. An Apple Music representative has also told us to “keep… Read more »

Frank Ocean Shares Visual Album, Endless

Frank Ocean has released a new visual album via Apple Music, entitled Endless. The long-awaited follow-up to Channel Orange features 18 tracks, including a cover of the Isley Brothers’ At Your Best (You Are Love) featuring James Blake and Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood. The release appears to be completely separate to Ocean’s forthcoming new album Boys… Read more »