RUWA – Science Fiction
Science Fiction is often defined as stories about how people and societies are affected by imaginary scientific developments in the future, but with Science Fiction the latest release from RUWA, the defintion of Science Fiction takes on a whole new
Blood Orange – Cupid Deluxe
Remember Test Icicles? Back in 2005, the English dance-punk outfit– formed by a trio of teenage boys, as clearly evidenced by their name– released what would ultimately be their first and last LP, For Screening Purposes Only. Just a teenager
The Internet – “Dont’cha”
OFWGKTA affiliates The Internet, led by Syd the Kid and Matt Martians, may be a group of youngsters but they are surely a group of old souls. Their latest music has taken quite the mature turn, with retro soul, mellow
RUWA – WEIRDO
Following in the soul-meets-street geneology of artists like James Blake, Brooklyn group RUWA has released an album of glitchy, synthetic beats overlain with chilly vocals that leave claw marks down your ear canal. WEIRDO is a brief but forceful event
Nylo – Indigo Summer
Rising Los Angeles songstress Nylo has made friends in high places; Nas and Mac Miller both expressed their admiration soon after the release of her debut single, “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” The track is a pretty, starry-eyed introduction to an artist
AlunaGeorge – Body Music
On “Attracting Flies” Aluna Francis sings “little grey fairy tales and little white lies, everything you exhale is attracting flies.” It’s this kind of roundabout approach to conveying a very direct message that characterizes much of AlunaGeorge’s debut LP, Body
HAIM – “The Wire”
More sunny, fizzy pop goodness courtesy of California sister trio HAIM; “The Wire,” a brand new version of an old track from 2012, pretty much blew up the internet today. It’s hard to believe that these ladies haven’t even released