Bounce. Coming off the success of Spilligion album with the collective Spillage Village, Dreamville’s JID gets back in solo mode for his unexpected drop. Bobbing along to Christo and Nice Rec’s keys, the Atlanta lyricist rummages through his rhymes with a complex flow and countless noteworthy bars.
Hold on to H.E.R. H.E.R. is holding on for dear love on her brand new single. Coinciding with her Saturday Night Live performance (Oct. 24), a vulnerable H.E.R. belts a complicated relationship over a melodic production by Non Native and Luis Campozano.
Look up. With his head up high, Kid Ink blows kisses to the sky on his new single featuring Hit Wxnder. Drenched in auto-tune, the introspective track finds the two living carefree with no limits over a Canto and Ned Cameron production.
Tom Petty would’ve turned 70 on October 20, and to celebrate the milestone birthday some of the late rockstar’s friends, colleagues, and admirers joined forces for a virtual party. After nearly three hours of covers on SiriusXM’s Tom Petty Radio from dozens of artists including the Raconteurs and the Killers, a three-hour-long livestream kicked off […]
Greta Morgan has put out music under a lot of different names over the years, including Springtime Carnivore and Gold Motel, since her days as one of the leaders of the underrated band the Hush Sound. Most recently, she’s been a part of Vampire Weekend’s live lineup since 2018 and played with them for their […]
Early voting is in full swing, and Fiona Apple’s encouraging people to go out and vote the best way she knows how: through song. Apple’s good friend Zelda Hallman shared a video on Instagram of the singer-songwriter singing George and Ira Gershwin’s “Bidin’ My Time,” from their 1930 musical Girl Crazy – a sly endorsement to the Democratic […]
After two stints as Saturday Night Live’s musical guest, Adele made her hosting debut last night. While some musicians opt to take double duty, H.E.R. performed on the show for the first time ever while the pop superstar focused on acting. However, she did treat fans to snippets of some of her hits during “The Bachelor” sketch, […]
Next month, Portland, ME folk musician Liza Victoria is releasing a new album as Lisa/Liza, Shelter Of A Song, the follow-up to 2018’s Momentary Glance. A couple weeks back she shared “From This Shelter” off it and now she’s back with another new one called “Red Leaves,” a gorgeous and subtle swirl of a song […]
Pinkshift are an exciting young rock band based out of Baltimore who have garnered attention for their pair of 2020 singles, “I’m Gonna Tell My Therapist On You” and “On Thin Ice.” They’ve warranted comparisons to Paramore thanks to Ashrita Kumar’s soaring voice and the band’s tight hooks, though in a scuzzier and more lo-fi […]
After a year that started off with a bang, the Strokes ended up having their best-laid plans fizzle out due to the pandemic. They did, if you remember, release an album, the now-eerily titled The New Abnormal in April. Instead of building off the momentum of playing a Bernie Sanders rally in February and a handful of other […]