It's from an experimental collage of songs produced using a Tandy DeskMate computer between 1992 and 2002.
The track is from his upcoming record, Apartments, and its twisting lead guitar and songwriting nods to Walkmen-inspired 00s rock.
Put your suspenders on, pack a nice lip of tobacco, and go sit with paw paw on the porch while you listen.
The Canadian band plays angsty punk tunes that sometimes veer into math, noise, and hardcore territory.
It's a catchy, minimalist dance tune, and the new video pairs it with some found footage of weird shit, like little kids twirling ribbons and people dancing to disco.
Sometimes, all you need is a good old-fashioned blues groove and some cock-rock vocals.
The former America's Got Talent finalist is selling out shows across the country and dealing with the pressures of fame for the first time.
Cantu-Ledesma's music is dense and complicated, and "The Twins / Shadow" reveals itself more and more through repeat listens. Live inside it for a while.
It's spacey, and if you listen to it at work you may find yourself sleepwalking out of the office to go home and cuddle with your cat.
Considering Mariah Carey's Butterfly soda is advertised as a "melodic beverage inspired by the magic of Mariah Carey," I thought the drink would taste like fairy dust and honey, but it actually tastes like a watered-down UTI supplement.
Everyone loves a good tan on a great chest. Pecs or boobs, it doesn't matter—they both look better slightly exposed, glistening, and darkened.
Fresh from Australian powerhouse label, Popfrenzy, this new track from Songs gets a visual rendering that's worth a peep.
The first rule of "queer rap" is you DO NOT call it queer rap. I made this mistake once and recieved a swift dress-down from Venus X that made my wang cower like a turtle. Put simply, gay is not a genre.
XXYYXX is not only a 16-year-old producer with an annoying name, he's also a musical prodigy. While a lot of kids his age are skipping school to huff glue (that's what I did), he devotes himself to making ghostly, Weeknd-esque slow-jams, like a web 2.0 Ba…
Spiritualized's new music video follows a young scamp who steals her dad's money and motorcycle to escape her God-forsaken small town.