Classically trained cellist and singer Kelsey Lu contributed vocals to Yves Tumor’s recent Album Of The Week honoree Heaven To A Tortured Mind. And today she’s sharing a new song of her own, “Morning Dew,” a beautiful fingerpicked reverie featuring Onyx Collective’s Isaiah Barr on saxophone. “Love can cure us, Love can destroy us and like Nature, we’re constantly in communion with it,” Lu writes in a statement. Listen below.
It’s been a minute since we checked in with Brooklyn rapper Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire, but hopping on a new Madlib beat is cause for attention. “Black Mirror,” eXquire’s new Madlib-produced track out today, is as sun-baked and trippy as you’d hope, with bars that hit with steadiness and agility. It’s full of vivid and sometimes […]
Ty Dolla $ign has often functioned as a human crossroads for various corners of the musical mainstream. On his new single, he brings many of those corners together for a superstar posse cut. “Ego Death,” Ty’s new single out now, features a fascinating and impressive array of contributors. There is Kanye West, who has often […]
The Louisville musician Emma Ruth Rundle makes dark, heavy, beautiful music that doesn’t quite conform to any one particular genre. She’s probably closer to goth or folk than she is to metal, but she’s still plenty comfortable operating within the metal world. Last month, Rundle, for instance, teamed up with members of bands like Mastodon, […]