Rising British star Aitch returns with a funky freestyle on ‘MICE’

Rising British star Aitch returns with a funky freestyle on ‘MICE’. ‘MICE’ sees the Manchester wordsmith flex his crafty wordplay upon a tribal-like beat. Effortlessly flowing throughout the song, Aitch makes sure that no word is wasted with punchline after punchline being delivered throughout the track. The first solo release for Aitch in 2020, ‘MICE’…

Merk releases trancey new track, ‘H.N.Y.B’

Auckland-based producer and artist, Merk, releases trancey new track, ‘H.N.Y.B’. Serving as an acronym for the hook lyrics, ‘Happy New Year baby’, the single becomes a sweet n simple memo; complete with a companion video. A surrealist feat, the video (made in collaboration with director Martin Saligado) begins with a hue of crimpled blue. As…

Grimes shares Miss Anthropocene, her first album in five years

Future electro-pop alien Grimes has shared her first album in five years, Miss Athropocene. Following the eccentric Canadian musician’s ethereal synth-pop album Art Angels in 2015, Miss Anthropocene see’s Grime’s dive into a metallic underworld of dark nu metal and abrasive, techno pop-rock. Miss Anthropocene contrasts the upbeat, angelic purity of her last album, with…

King Krule Comes Alive (Interview)

“Nothing wrong in sinking low,” King Krule growls on ‘Alone, Omen 3’, before adding “in the omen to paradise” – almost as if finally surfacing from the depths of the ocean. Over his decade spanning discography, King Krule, born Archy Marshall, has depicted an abstract portrait of angsty middle class youth. But as if a…

The Weeknd shares After Hours’ spine-tingling title track

After revealing the gory cover art for his fourth album, After Hours, The Weeknd has shared the forthcoming records title track. The six-minute single begins with melancholic vocals beneath a dimmed down instrumental, building intense anticipation before transcending into spine-tingling drum patterns. ‘After Hours’ follows The Weeknd’s pair of previously released singles taken from After…

King Krule shares Man Alive! intro track, ‘Cellular’

In the lead up to his third album Man Alive!, out this Friday, King Krule has shared the albums intro track ‘Cellular’ with an accompanying music video. Following previously shared singles ‘Don’t Let The Dragon (Draag On)’ and ‘Alone Omen 3’s downbeat intimacy, ‘Cellular’ is a staticky, lofi grunge cut with dainty jazz inflictions. ‘Cellular’s…

Boys Noize recruit Rico Nasty for techno rave, ‘Girl Crush’

German electronic pioneer Boys Noize has recruited Rico Nasty for gritty, underground rave ‘Girl Crush’, released with an accompanying nightlife inspired music video. Intoxicated by blinding strobes and thumping techno, Rico raps about a tempting club infatuation on the steamy single. ‘Girl Crush’ is a modern take on techno, fusing rap, punk and electronic to…

Thundercat shares disco flavoured ‘Dragon Durag’

Thundercat has shared new single ‘Dragonball Durag’, with cover art supplied by Zack Fox, taken from his forthcoming fourth album, It Is What It Is. The disco flavoured, comical offering illustrates Thundercat’s endearing idea of romance, as the bass visionary enchants his subject with the power of a slick durag. “I have a Dragon Ball tattoo…. It…

Kehlani pens heartfelt confessional, ‘Valentines Day (Shameful)’

Just days after sharing romantic Valentines Day duet ‘Konclusions’ with YG, Kehlani has penned a heartfelt confessional response, ‘Valentines (Shameful)’. The product of late night studio session therapy is Kehlani at her rawest, continuing the musician’s tradition of saving her most personal and honest work for real-time soundcloud cuts. The sincere offering speaks directly from…