Check out our premiere of their video for the song "Believe."
Imagine a Southern version of the Jesus & Mary Chain with more grime and synths.
One song is about McDonald's and another is about XBox 360.
To call Ronnie Stone and the Lonely Riders a "band" would be a disservice, and to label what they do "performance art" would be misleading. Just listen to their new single and get lost in their leather-studded world.
Put on Jeff Oster's new song, align your chakras, rub your nipples with spirit crystals, and just relax for once.
The song is a strange, catchy R&B tune that sounds like something Mac Demarco might make if he took too much ecstasy and only listened to Mary J. Blige.
It's a heavy dose of weirded-out synth pop with plenty of time changes and unexpected sounds.
The celebrated artist completes his SXSW takeover with the premiere of his DIY NASA documentary and a solo sculpture show that inlcudes collaborative DJ sets by Young Guru and J Rocc and playlists from Kanye and Frank Ocean.
MOCAtv offers a guide through the manic sculptures and futuristic designs that align in Bernhard Willhelm 3000: When Fashion Shows the Danger Then Fashion Is the Danger.
This season, Mishka reinterprets their classic Keep Watch Eyeball, Autopsy Alien, and Death Adders Bear logos with colorful Kawaii inspired graphics, tie-dye printed tees, and cut-and-sew pieces.
Something about London lends itself to these catchy beats. Maybe it's the weather.
It's a reminder that rap can experiment with old tastes and patterns without being derivative.
Stop hating America for a second and put this in your ears.
The Iranian director's latest experimental feature, filmed in secret and smuggled out of his home country, is one of the Berlinale's most highly anticipated premieres.
Grab your headphones and imagine you're fighting against an EU police state in the not-so-distant future.
The video for the song involves a kid getting ruthlessly capped outside of a cornerstore. If he had known it was his last snack run, would he have gotten the same munchies? Maybe he would have opted for those special-edition Sriracha Lays instead.
The album is tastefully weird and complex, but manages to stay unpretentious. It's a nice reminder that you can still experiment without sounding shitty and indulgent.
Listen to "Cruciform" nice and loud while you browse WWI chemical warfare photos on Google. You can almost smell the fire and brimstone.
In Princess Nokia's new video for the track "Young Girls," a diverse tribe of mothers, sisters, and baby girls live and play in a female-centered paradise.
There are two physical bodies in this video, and they're both attractive and fun to watch together—it's like porn without the underlying cultural guilt. The song's not half bad, either.
"Bedside Manor" harkens back to a time when emo was less about eyeliner and more about large-hearted Midwestern boys wearing plaid and carrying their keys on carabiners.
The track has Sun Ra–grade synths and enough chill goodness to make the hairs on your nugs stand on end.
"River Man," from Drake's 1969 album Five Leaves Left, has been previously covered by folk and jazz musicians, but this prog metal twist will take you by surprise.
The guys from post-rock band Grails have taken a break from introspective guitar music to make hip-hop beats with their side project. Their new song, "Roses & Kisses," will chill you out after your a post-rock induced existential crisis.