Tirzah’s Stunning Debut Is a Masterclass in the Art of Patience
The London artist's lo-fi debut full-length comes five years after her first solo EP, and proves she's an experimental songwriter worth waiting on.
John Maus at the End of the World
The Minnesota songwriter reemerges from a six-year absence to a world that looks entirely different. But has he changed along with it?
One of 2017's Best Tracks is Back Online
Superorganism's "Something For Your M.I.N.D" is a hyperactive triumph.
(Sandy) Alex G Channels Frank Ocean, Gets Abrasive on Two New 'Rocket' Cuts
"Sportstar" and "Brick" dispense with the country sounds of the already-released "Bobby" and "Proud."
Alex Robert Ross
Alex G Announces New Album, ‘Rocket,’ Shares Two Wildly Different Tracks
"Witch" and "Bobby" precede his seventh LP, out May 19 on Domino.
THUMP Mix: Austra
Ahead of the Toronto outfit's upcoming LP, Katie Stelmanis shares an hour of Mexican rancheras, European club beats, and Canadian indigenous music.
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.
XL Middleton and Eddy Funkster Are Keeping LA Funky and Fly
The MoFunk label founders share their single "California Fly," featuring Domino and Moniquea, and discuss what makes LA so damn funky.
Wild Beasts Announce New LP and Drop the Video for "Get My Bang"
On 'Boy King' the English quartet dissect and explore male sexuality in the Tinder generation, but also write weirdly sexy songs about Black Friday.
Kim Taylor Bennett
PREMIERE: Blondfire's "Domino" Will Cast a Spell on You
Smooth like silk on a naked tush.
Kim Taylor Bennett
The Range's New Video For "Five Four" Heaves with a Mournful Sadness
The London hip-hop artists sampled on the song, OphQi and Superior Thought, are featured prominently in the clip.
Here’s How It Felt to Grow Up in Northern England During the Rise of the Arctic Monkeys
As the group’s debut album reaches its ten year anniversary, I can’t help but think their impact made my city a worse place to be.
Daniel Dylan Wray