Jungle Beat the Blues By Getting High, Heartbroken and Surreal
The British band talk break-ups and second-album jitters before the release of their new record, ‘For Ever,’ tomorrow.
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Baba Stiltz Will Fuck You All The Way Up With His Sad, Warm Vibe
In an alternate universe DJ Koze and Julian Casablancas had a baby and brought him back here: to this reality, to flood your synapses.
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Kurupt FM Has Signed to XL Recordings ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The self-proclaimed indie titan signs the self-proclaimed best MCs in the galaxy.
Wrap Yourself Up in This Track from Sampha and XL Boss Richard Russell
"Close But Not Close Enough" is warm, rosy cut from Russell's upcoming Everything is Recorded project.
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Don’t @ Me: ‘Maths + English’ Is The Best Grime and Pop Crossover Album
Okay, so everything Dizzee Rascal did after isn’t great. But his third album is overlooked as a near-perfect bridge between two worlds.
Watch Kaytranada Make an Adorable Robot Friend in “Lite Spots” Video
The Canadian producer teaches a cyborg buddy how to dance in this adorable clip.
Radiohead's New Album, 'A Moon Shaped Pool,' Is Out Now
The band's ninth album is now available on multiple platforms.
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Kaytranada Shares '99.9%' Tracklist on Instagram Featuring Craig David, AlunaGeorge, Little Dragon, and More
The Montreal producer's debut album also includes Anderson .Paak, BADBADNOTGOOD, and Vic Mensa.
Le1f: "I Don't Think I'm Any Angrier Than I was Before"
The New York CIty 'Riot Boi' discusses discrimination, the "angry black man trope," and utilizing sexuality in rap.
James Ferraro Releases Album Skid Row, Slips In Video For Single "Thrash and Escalate"
"Thrash and Escalate" is a single from Ferraro's newest album — Skid Row.
XL Recordings Announces the Revival Of Its Dance Compilation Series
The independent label's first edition to its Chapter Series in twenty years.
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Groove to Kaytranada's New Song "195" While We Wait for His Album
A track on the new XL Recordings compilation, but where's the LP?