This is really fucking cool. Hibachi’s price just went up, thanks to Smoke DZA’s latest serving featuring Flipp Dinero and Jadakiss. Backed by Flipp’s infectious hook and braggadocios opener, DZA brings stoned-cold bars filled with glitz and swag, while Jada’s cutting business deals in the hood. Aha!
The Olympia, Washington band Gag make a ferociously ugly form of hardcore punk. You could be listening to them on headphones in a sterilized, empty Apple Store, and you’d still feel like you had basement-show funk accumulating in your pores. Gag have been around for the better part of a decade, and they’ve spun off […]
XO and 999 connect. The late Juice WRLD finds The Weeknd on their long-awaited collaboration. The track is lifted from the upcoming Legends Never Die (Deluxe). Juice WRLD released the original Legends Never Die last month and it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts. The Weeknd’s coming off the release of his […]
Here comes the Young Stepper. Young M.A’s stomping with the big dogs on her new track. Produced by Mike Zombie, the Brooklyn rapper reps her set and G checks her peers while stunting and bagging your chick.
For more than a decade, the New York band Krallice have combined forbidding, atmospheric black metal fury with experimental math-rock complexity. Most of the time, they’ve been wildly prolific. In 2017, for instance, Krallice released two albums — Go Be Forgotten on their own, and Loüm in collaboration with Neurosis member Dave Edwardson. But they’ve […]
The young Delaware band Year Of The Knife make an absolutely brutal form of metallic hardcore. They play fast and ugly, bu they’re not a basement band. Instead, YOTK’s sound has the grand-scale ferocity of some of the best death metal. It’s a truly satisfying form of pulverization. Today, we get to hear it in […]
According to the infinite font of wisdom that is Wikipedia, the Komusō were “a group of Japanese mendicant monks of the Fuke school of Zen Buddhism who flourished during the Edo period of 1600–1868.” Komusō, the band whose name invokes those monks, is a Tokyo combo whose sound ranges from creeping, tightly wound post-hardcore to […]
On Juneteenth, Anderson .Paak released “Lockdown,” a protest song about racism and police brutality that got a solid amount of votes in our annual Song Of The Summer poll. The video version of the track had a verse from Jay Rock. And now .Paak is releasing a star-studded new “Lockdown” remix with that Jay Rock […]
Two weeks ago, with less than a day’s advance warning, Taylor Swift released her new album folklore. In announcing the album, Swift mentioned that it would have a bonus track called “The Lakes,” which would only appear on the physical editions of the album. Since folklore came out digitally before any of those physical editions […]
Best Coast has shared a new 2020 version of their hit single, “Boyfriend.” As part of the Bandcamp Friday, Best Coast re-recorded and changed the pronouns on the 10-year-old track to make it more inclusive. “In the decade since writing this song,” Bethany Cosentino said about the song in a statement. “I have had a […]