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12:17 AM - Tuesday, May 26, 2015
5 hour ago - Stereogum
This weekend A$AP Rocky’s At.Long.Last.A$AP became the latest high-profile album to leak early, and now Rocky has released the project a week early to combat the leak. The Long.Live.A$AP follow-up was tipped for release at midnight tonight, but . . .
5 hour ago - Consequence of Sound / Alex Young
Cary Fukunaga ceases involvement due to disagreements over the number of total films.
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
Fresh off the release of his “Lay Up” video, Future is back with some new music. Rick Ross and Big Sean join him for the official remix to “Fuck Up Some Commas”. Listen below. (in post Future ft. Rick Ross & Big Sean – Fuck Up Some Commas (Remi . . .
6 hour ago - Nah Right / Mr. X
Off Young Scooter and Zaytoven’s Juggathon mixtape dropping this Wednesday. Previously: Young Scooter ft. Boosie Badazz – Pots and Stoves (Video)
6 hour ago - Consequence of Sound / Michelle Geslani
The Harlem MC doesn't "hold back one bit" on his highly-anticipated second LP.
5 hour ago - Consequence of Sound / Nina Corcoran
A phenomenally poised and universally approachable solo debut.
5 hour ago - Consequence of Sound
On their self-produced fourth album, Eternal Summers fuse their pop and punk impulses.
14 hour ago - Consequence of Sound / Alex Young
Venezuelan producer and Björk collaborator returns with new music.
14 hour ago - Entertainment Weekly / Will Robinson
frameborder=”0” allowFullScreen> You might have heard of Drake. You might have heard of Madonna. You might have heard when Madonna laid a giant smooch on Drizzy during his Coachella set. Though the rapper didn’t regret that it happenedâ . . .
11 hour ago - Entertainment Weekly / Will Robinson
Icona Pop’s “I Love It” was everywhere in 2012. “Emergency” might not rule every club, bar, and weird coffee shop in quite the same way, but it’ll get some spins as the weather turns up. The world needs more tracks with repetitive . . .
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
LA’s J-Louis gives Post Malone’s huge hit “White Iverson” a bass driven remix that still keeps the original vibe of the song, don’t forget Post Malone will be hitting up Vancouver at Republic June 12th and we’ll be… (in post Post Malone – White . . .
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
Our good friends at Discobox Records just dropped one of the sickest house gems we've heard in a looong time. Dansoul's ''Ingredients'' is out of this world nasty, with synth phatter than Kim's ass. Definitely give it a… (in post Ingredients. . . .
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
We had this curiosity come across our desk recently, and we're slowly being pulled into the meticulous soundscape of "Rotator" by avant-indie group Summer Palace. Delivered to us via our Open Submissions page with about as much fanfare… (in pos . . .
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
As a kid you never had many worries in your day to to day life. Stress wasn’t even a word. You’d wake up, you’d go... (in post PREMIERE: Melbourne MC Infinite brings us The Simple Life from Happy. More by this artist at )
6 hour ago - Today's Blog Music - The Hype Machine
Produced by Chophouze. In preparation for the release of his upcoming Still Here project, Edai connects with DJ Milticket and Exclusive to give everyone a small taste of what’s to come with “Can’t Take Me.” This joint’s a… (in post Edai – Can’t . . .
4 hour ago - The A.V. Club / Annie Zaleski
In We’re No. 1, The A.V. Club examines a song that went to No. 1 on the Billboard charts to get to the heart of what it means to be popular in pop music, and how that has changed over the years. In this installment, we cover H . . .
4 hour ago - The A.V. Club / Lily Moayeri
The Vaccines have always made a concerted effort to create the most timeless version of garage rock. For their third album, English Graffiti, the British group went completely in the opposite direction. Enlisting two producers . . .
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