Blood Orange

9.12.19

Blood Orange Used Actual Space Sounds for a New 'Ad Astra' Visual

The artist scored a new clip for the upcoming space movie starring Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones.

7.15.19

Blood Orange's New Mixtape Is a Beautifully Messy Tribute to His Influences

'Angel's Pulse' is a lush exploration of all of the sides of Dev Hynes' sound.

7.12.19

Blood Orange's Lush, Low-Key Mixtape and 6 More of the Week's Best Albums

David Berman's long-awaited return, unreal goth-pop, and beautiful ambience fill out this week's essential listening.

4.30.19

Whoa, Kindness' New Song With Seinabo Sey Is So Good

"Lost Without" is the second single this year from Adam Bainbridge, following their Robyn collaboration "Cry Everything."

1.29.19

Blood Orange's Tiny Desk Concert Is as Soothing as a Good Massage

"Can you swear in this? You put the thing beforehand, right, that says: 'explicit language'?"

9.28.18

Robert Christgau on Noname's Poetic Breakthrough

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Noname's 'Room 25,' The Internet's 'Hive Mind,' Blood Orange's 'Negro Swan,' and Medhane's 'Ba Suba, Ak Jamm.'

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8.24.18

Stream of the Crop: 10 New Albums for Heavy Rotation

New albums from Blood Orange and Nothing top this week's list.

8.24.18

Blood Orange Has Slowly Built an Extraordinary Canon

‘Negro Swan,’ out today, marks another step in a musical universe that the singer and producer has been forming for years.

7.27.18

Blood Orange Has Released Another Stunning Song and Video from 'Negro Swan'

"Jewelry" features Janet Mock and has dropped with a gorgeous music video, too.

7.26.18

Listen to "Charcoal Baby," Blood Orange's First Single From 'Negro Swan'

The first single from the follow-up to 'Freetown Sound' was co-written with Porches' Aaron Maine.

7.19.18

Dev Hynes Confirms New Blood Orange Album, 'Negro Swan'

The follow-up to 2016's 'Freetown Sound' is due out on August 24.

6.25.18

The Saxophone’s Unlikely Journey Out of Meme Hell

After decades of mainstream banishment, artists like Kamasi Washington are ushering in a saxophone renaissance.

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