Nashville DIY duo Twen — Jane Fitzsimmons and Ian Jones — first announced their long-awaited follow-up to 2019’s debut LP Awestruck in June, and before that they released a spate of one-off tracks. In December, we heard “HaHaHome,” followed by “Bore U” in February, and “Dignitary Life” in March. Last month, along with announcing One Stop Shop, Twen shared the final single, “Feeling In Love (From The Waist Down).” Now, the full album is available to stream. Packed to the gills with rowdy riffs, reverb-filled vocals, and propulsive rhythms, One Stop Shop is produced and mixed by Ian Jones and mastered by Joey Oaxaca. Check it out below.
Beyoncé only just broke the internet with last week’s Renaissance release. Now, Bey has shared a handful of album remixes; an updated version called “Break My Soul (The Queens Remix)” features Madonna and interpolates “Vogue.” Reciting her own “Vogue” spoken-word section, Bey shouts out “Queen Mother Madonna, Aaliyah, Rosetta Tharpe, Santigold, Bessie Smith, Nina Simone, […]
Duckwrth, aka LA musical artist Jared Lee, is about to release his Chrome Bull EP. Today he’s promoting it with a video for “Ce Soir,” a duet with Syd fresh off her own new album Broken Hearts Club and a contribution to Beyoncé’s Renaissance. The song is a rhythmically complex blend of house, R&B, and […]
“they are the most beautiful six tracks i ever made, feel my sadness.” This is how Beijing musical artist Bloodz Boi sums up a crying poem, his new collaborative album with Claire Rousay and More Eaze. The project is out today, and it’s as breathtakingly beautiful as promised. Each track on a crying poem started […]