Proto-punk band Death were so ahead of the curve, it's taken us 40 years to recognise their brilliance.
The song sounds like it's made to be listened to while wearing leather pants and sweating joyously.
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.
Christian iconography has been appropriated by a ton of musicians lately, but Father Murphy does it right.
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.
Check out the soundtrack that accompanied Chromat's cyborg-themed fall/winter 2015 collection. The futuristic mix features songs by Fatima Al Qadiri and Bjork.
The Saddle Creek punk artist teamed up with the video group to make demented, seizure-inducing visuals for his song "Manufactured Crisis Control."
The new video for "Waterbed" is sulty and sexy, splicing vocalist Anthony Fammia with mood-lit vignettes of a model showered in colorful waves.
Doom metal is a careful and meticulous art, and Warhorse did it right.
This dude who sits next to me is in a band, and he's been looking for a site to premiere a tune. I said, "If only you worked at a multibillion-dollar media company where all your co-workers liked your music and were totally cool with nepotism!"
Unlike the actual LAPD, Ryan Pollie's work is thoughtfully nuanced and slow, much of it about the fleeting security of love.
"Visceral" builds into an apocalyptic fervour before dissipating into a cloudy haze and ending before you've had your fill.