The album is not dead and here are 25 reasons why.
2016 has been a devastating year for many but amongst all of it, perhaps as a response to what’s gone on in the world, music has risen above and given us one of the best years in recent memory.
The only thing that could’ve made this week better is if all these artists collaborated on one song…
What’s all the way up and what’s all the way down on our radar…
An effortless blend of grime and minimalist electronica.
James Blake‘s third album The Colour In Anything took him from a trendy electronic act to a singer/songwriter poised to
A guide to what happened at this year’s Splendour in the Grass.
A pop-leaning taste of the new album.
A mix to warm up the winter with fresh beats by Kaytranada, Boys Noize, Jessy Lanza and more.
If the Northern Hemisphere gets to have a euphoric song of summer then we’re going to find a depressing song of winter.