British rock 'n' roller Scarlette stars in a flashy music video for her tune "6ft Woman", which runs through a stylish history of cinematic iconography.
The dreamy and evocative piano ballad "Train Song" comes from Lady Lazarus' recently dropped LP, Miracles.
The Chicago prog jam outfit Umphrey's McGee were given 12 hours in the legendary Abbey Road studios. The funky and groovy "Bad Friday" is one of the results of that fruitful time in the studio.
The new LP from this British quartet, Danger in the Club, will be out on 5 May via Rough Trade.
Run the Jewels take a track from their highly acclaimed Run the Jewels 2 LP and set it to a video that documents the rough reality of police violence in the United States.
"Lifted Up (1985)" is right and ready to color your next dance party, with a jubilant chorus that's ripe for belting along.
Those still recovering from the bitter winter months, particularly in America's Northeast region, will find much to relate to in Colorway's ode to summertime, "Come Back July".
Reptar writes '80s-indebted indie pop with an a bleak undercurrent, like "blood in an above ground swimming pool."
The bleak lyrical musings of "Murder" are made all the more jarring by Shoare's calm, measured vocal delivery.
"Very First Breath" was just named was named Hottest Record In The World by Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show.