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Finally released from her record label, Azealia Banks is back with new music. Also: new music from Banks, George Ezra, and acoustic Sam Smith.
By 34th Street
Fifteen-year-old Philadelphian Ben Kessler is probably already better at music than you. The soulful singer-songwriter has been performing his original music all over Pennsylvania for the Philadelphia Songwriters Project Winners Tour. Street got to chat with him about his early musical success.
By Carolyn Grace
Don't even act like you could resist Ariana Grande, Jessie J, and Nicki. Bang bang, indeed.
New music from Morrissey and Jhene Aiko, plus throwbacks to Janelle Monaé and some Iggy that we should all know.
“Hotel California”, yes. The
Beatles, sure. Wu Tang, of course. We get it. Musicians love drugs.
Am I under the
Brown's new record is better than you want it to be.
This week, we have some new releases from Engineers, The Juan McLean, Slash and Chris Brown, along with plenty of fun picks to vibe out to from your trusty Music editors.
all have those friends with cringe–worthy (or hysterical) Twitter accounts, and
although we may not realize it sometimes, celebrities are people, too.
A total DMV effort, producers Jonah Baseball and Alex Young came together to give us a bouncy, fun remix of GoldLink's track "When I Die".
This week, Chris Brown and Ariana Grande bring us a steamy, medieval (when's the last time you heard those two words together?) video full of dance moves and heavy–looking armor.
This album is all about Jhene.
Here are three things you need to know about "Whorl": it just came out, it’s hot, and
it’s about to make your late nights a lot more fun.
With Kendrick Lamar jumping back into our lives with new music this week, we thought we'd remind ya bishes how universally awesome his tracks are.
Cathedrals, Karen O, and Tops get the haiku album review treatment.
New tracks from Jhene Aiko, The Kooks, and Banks all make the playlist, along with a few throwbacks (JT!) and some picks from your lovely music editors. Enjoy!
singer/songwriter Vance Joy's debut LP "Dream Your Life Away" is nothing if not consistent.
The Kooks have finally
taken it upon themselves to reinvent their sound.
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