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Stream of the Crop: 12 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
New projects from Khalid, Lil Yachty, and How to Dress Well top this week's list.
Jacques Greene Doesn't Want to Be the 40-Year-Old DJ in the Club
The Canadian producer discusses his debut album and career longevity with Vincent Tsang, the art director of Montreal's coolest skate brand.
Jacques Greene Announces Debut Album 'Feel Infinite,' Shares New Single "Real Time"
The Toronto-based producer's first full-length is out March 10 on LuckyMe.
How to Dress Well Shares 'That's What's Called Living, Right?' Mixtape Featuring Prince, Lil Yachty, and More
"It's almost the holidays so I wanted to give u all a gift."
THUMP Canada Staff
The Music Issue
How to Dress Well's New Album Is All About Pleasure
Over breakfast burritors, we talked about nihilism, neoliberalism, and aiming for joy with How to Dress Well, a.k.a. Tom Krell.
MØ, Flume, and How To Dress Well to Feature in Snapchat Media Brand Sweet’s Music Issue
The social media platform will allow viewers to get interactive.
From Celine Dion to Popcaan, How to Dress Well Shares 10 Songs That Shaped His New Record 'Care'
The Chicago artist's most pop-friendly album to date was inspired by Sade, Savage Garden, and Suicide.
Classixx Are Guyys Who Make Slapperzz
The LA electronic duo's Michael David explains the value of smooth jazz, and breaks down their new album 'Faraway Reach' from A to XYZ.
Classixx Announce New Album Details, Share How To Dress Well Collaboration "Just Let Go"
'Faraway Reach' also features T-Pain, Passion Pit, Holy Ghost!'s Alex Frankel, and more.
THUMP Canada Staff
Meet Mess Kid, the Le1f Collaborator and Alexander Wang Party DJ Making Metal and Breakbeat Inspired Sound Mixes
'Coasts' is the inaugural release for the website Looking Stupid's new tape label.
Michael Scott Barron
PREMIERE: Woo Your Summer Crush with Avid Dancer's Cuffing Season Jam "I Feel It"
We’re feelin’ it.
2014 in Review
Noisey's Best and Worst of 2014 - Kyle Kramer
St. Vincent, Dej Loaf, Rich Gang, Future, and more made editor Kyle Kramer's best of list.