Big Boi, Killer Mike, and Jeezy go full-on weeb with "Kill Jill." No, your ears do not deceive you; featured on the beat is motherfuckin Miku-chan herself...but somehow it works really well. The track will appear on Big Boi's new album Boomiverse, which should be out sometime in June.
Dutch production duo Tunnelvisions come through with sprawling, psychedelic, and vaguely exotic breed of house music that I'm digging a lot. Looking forward to whatever else they're slated to drop later in the year.
The ear-scorching trio returns with a monolithic single from their forthcoming album Psychic Drift, out June 16 via The Flenser!
Fava Bean Pepsi has contributed to Mondo Boy's soundtrack for the film Shangri-La Suite with a cover of "Who Loves the Sun," the opener of The Velvet Underground's final (shut up) album Loaded. His rendition is spot-on and turns up at the 2:59 mark of the above stream. If you dig the vibe of the track, I guess you can just keep listening to the rest of the tape - Foxygen's Jonathan Rado covers Loaded cut "I Found a Reason" at about 22:22 too.
Sincerely, Future Pollution finds Timber Timbre taking their sound in a more synthetic direction without conjuring the mood that made their past couple of albums so alluring.
While not a full commitment to its titular concept, 50 Song Memoir is The Magnetic Fields' most charming and ambitious album in over a decade.
DAMN. is one of Kendrick's most intriguing releases yet, delivering a series of tracks that are chaotic, layered, and deeply conflicted.
This debut Chainsmokers album is like wading through a kiddie pool of emotions.