JPEGMAFIA shares new surprise song, “Cutie Pie!”

Baltimore oddball, JPEGMAFIA has dropped new surprise release, “Cutie Pie!”, released via youtube with an accompanying music video. The latest from the experimental rapper arrives after a string of loose singles released this year following his acclaimed 2019 album, All My Heroes are Cornballs, including “Bald!” (which received a Denzel Curry remix), “Covered in Money!”…

Haim share the new track, ‘Don’t Wanna’, in anticipation of forthcoming album

Haim have released another hot new track, ‘Don’t Wanna’, off their forthcoming third album, ‘Women In Music Pt. III’. ‘Don’t Wanna’ follows on from a slew of slowly released tracks over the last year or so including ‘I Know Alone’, ‘Summer Girl’, ‘Hallelujah’, ‘Now I’m In It’ and ‘The Steps’, the trio’s latest song is a groovy tune infused with their…

Young M.A comes in hot on new EP, Red Flu

NYC giant, Young M.A comes in hot on her latest EP, Red Flu. Red Flu is the MC’s first new material since her long-awaited 2019 debut album, Herstory in the Making. Assertive and braggadocious as ever, Young M.A uses quarantine restlessness to fuel her fire on Red Flu; spitting over seven songs with zero features. …

Lockdown Diaries: SACHI (Interview)

SACHI’s Will Thomas and Nick Chrisp have been inseparable as long as they’ve known, dating way back to primary school. As well as sharing a stage, the Auckland electronic duo share a studio in Grey Lynn, and last year they even shared a flat in Los Angeles, where they had relocated to record for six…

Saint Lane gets sentimental, on “When Did We Grow Up?”

New Zealand born, Gold Coast based artist Saint Lane has shared sentimental new single, “When Did We Grow Up?”. Reminiscing with honeyed vocals over dainty guitar plucks, Saint Lane reflects on trauma, tragedy and toxic friendships on “When Did We Grow Up?”, before the beat and tone transforms on the trappy outro. His lyrics are…

Rhys Rich releases smooth lockdown inspired single, “Red Rover”

Wellington-based artist Rhys Rich releases the lockdown inspired ‘Red Rover.’ ‘Red Rover’ tells an emphasised story of Rhys waiting for his girlfriend to get home from essential work. With a smooth and sultry flow, Rhys effortlessly dances between singing and rapping sharing a personal and heartfelt account of his time spent in isolation. Tapping into the…

WHOISFABER emerges with the action-packed ‘Darth Faber 2’

Formerly known as ‘Faber’, the Wellington-based artist is back to solidify himself as one of New Zealand’s hardest working artists with ‘Darth Faber 2.’ The 10-track album is an action-packed ensemble of hard-hitting punchlines and flows. The project is home to features from international artists in Warhol.SS and Kasher Quon, as well as production from…