jaycouldneverdie Sings the Seasonal Blues on “Blueberry Love”
The emerging Toronto singer gives us the shape of a ballad on her latest track with more Billie Holiday flavour of love and loss.
DonMonique's Getting Everything Off Her Chest on "Black Kate Moss"
The Brooklyn rapper opens up about the traumatic experiences during her three-year hiatus that changed the way she approaches music. Now, DonMonique is ready to make up for lost time.
Bathe's Surf R&B Is Full of Sobering Realities
"Sure Shot" is the Brooklyn-based duo's attempt at reclaiming beach music, or "surf R&B," as they call it.
Speelburg’s “Screener Season” Is a Smooth-Pop Ode to Sofia Coppola
We're premiering the Belgian-American artist's latest playful music video, as he gears up to release a collection of ten tracks in March.
Che Lingo’s Upcoming Rap EP Confronts Dry Relics of Masculinity
The Londoner spoke to us about his new 'Sensitive' project, which we're premiering, and how falling in love changed his outlook on relationships.
The-Dream Is the King of R&B
With The-Dream dropped a 40-track mixtape, 'Ménage à Trois: Sextape Vol. 1, 2, and 3,' it's clear he's trying to get us all pregnant.
Surauchie’s “Sometimes” Is The Soul-Baring Bop We Need
The Toronto-based singer speaks on connecting with listeners and becoming a part of the city's R&B renaissance along with Daniel Caesar and Jessie Reyez.
Twist Fall In Love At the Wrong Time on the Silvery “Tides”
The Toronto rock band’s newest single from their forthcoming LP, ‘Distancing,’ tracing the waves of unrequited, impossible love.
You Tell Me Wrote a Lively Song About an Ordinary “Water Cooler” Romance
The UK duo talk about their serendipitous meeting at a Kate Bush concert and the tired joke of explaining their band name to people.
An Interview with Speedy Ortiz's Sadie Dupuis About Her New Book of Poetry
Like Speedy Ortiz? Well then friend, 'Mouthguard' is for you. Plus, check the new video for "I'm Blessed."
This John K. Samson Song Will Keep You Warm Through the Winter
The former Weakerthans’ frontman covers a track by Christine Fellows for Kevin Devine’s split seven-inch series.
Arin Ray Makes Arguments Feel Like Poetry in the Video for "Damn"
The Cincinnati native is blending R&B, hip-hop, and jazz on his debut album 'Platinum Fire.'
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