With a military drumbeat to stay in your head for days, Mount Kimbie’s “Made To Stray” is an exquisite single off the London duo’s sophomore album, Cold Spring Fault Less Youth, out earlier this year.
As if a Thursday in August couldn’t get any brighter, it just did with some Bill Withers soul for our throwback “Lovely Day”.
HungerTV invited beatboxing champion Reeps One for an in-studio interview and performance, in which the 23 year old London native sheds light on the human voice and its behavior as a musical instrument.
Nothing says paradise more than St. Barth.
How does R & B’s current hottest act, Miguel, describe his music?
You probably known Sam Smith as the vocalist to one of our favorite songs last year, “Latch”.
New song from the girl band we love, Haim, “The Wire”, a reworked demo, released ahead of the sisterly trio’s debut album.
FKA Twigs is a new project from the tastemakers at Young Turks.
Due to its explicit nature we have passed on coverage of Yeezus thus far.
Brit singer-songwriter Tom Odell is Mr. Porter’s One To Watch this week, and I’m definitely getting behind this endorsement.
Work Drugs – great name, amazing band.
Majical Cloudz is the musical project of Canadian singer/songwriter Devon Welsh and bandmate Matthew Otto.
Azealia Banks, with her melt-your-heart-smile and signature shimmy, doesn’t need much to make a good video (which you can see in her Liquorice release, where she’s actually the only person in the video).
Check out this cute video we spotted! Royal Canoe’s ‘Bathtubs’ directed by Nathan Boey, uplifts us with this quirky sing-a-long compilation for Manitoba Film and Music.
Pittsburgh-native Christopher Laufman, recording as Wise Blood, hits somewhere between mad electro, psych pop and atmospheric rap in his debut album Id.
BUY EP HERE Erase audial pollution with this gorgeous track from south-London based producer William Arcane.
Take a break with this track from London-based Bayou.
Amidst the time changing, delicate, and politically charged craziness happening in Brazil at this very moment, the duo Opala had time, in between protests, to talk to Trendland and make a special Trendmix for us!
Collectively, we all know that once a month, when the moon is at its brightest, things have been known to get a little bit crazy.
June 17, 7pm Sonos Studio 145 N. La Brea Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90036 Pretty Lights celebrates the release of the new album, “A Color Map of the Sun,” and essential companion, “Live Studio Sessions From A Color Map Of The Sun,”! Come listen to the album a full two weeks before it is released…
a special little night of African Disco Funk Soul and Psychedelic Africano Rock n Roll. June 16, 9 PM Le Baron Chinatown New York, NY
Enough of headliners! Enough of headliners! Here’s is a tiny Trendmix for a few other favorites Governor’s Ball.
If you are not familiar with DJ group C2C, take a minute today to get to know who they are.
Between “Young and Beautiful”, her haunting contribution to the Great Gatsby soundtrack, and “Queen Of Disaster”, a new online leak, Lana Del Rey is set to have another summer ruling the airwaves. I’m not complaining at all.
Last Things is Minute Taker’s first musical offering in five years. The Manchester UK born songwriter, who has previously recorded under his real name Ben McGarvey, produces all of his music in his parents basement, using unusual household objects to create loops, as well as more traditional instruments such as the piano.
I got the chance to see Ab-Soul, School Boy Q, Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar all come together as rap group Black Hippy last weekend at Downtown Record’s Downtown Festival in New York City.
Daft and the group’s helmets can really do no wrong. Which is why placing them front dot and center on the Obsession magazine’s latest May 2013 cover is pure perfection. Those who are fluent in French can check out the in-depth interview with Joseph Ghosn and Olivier Wicker on
Get away to Rio for the night with this new release from electronic duo Opala.
Pastiche is having a major moment.
Forever fascinated by humans and technology, Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter sought to draw together parallels of the human brain and a computer hard drive, in their upcoming release Random Access Memories.