Throwing Shade critiques the phony plasticity and the anti-intellectualism of social media most effectively on "hashtag IRL".
Wire meets the Fluid on the most postmodern release Sub Pop has offered thus far.
Moderat return with a swirling techno soundscape that evokes Trentemøller’s music as much as it does In Rainbows-era Radiohead.
The woozy chords at the heart of “Navy & Cream” sound like Wham’s “Everything She Wants” at half speed.
Beyoncé's "Formation" is Black Pride incarnate, and it’s exactly what we needed to hear right now.
Chris Hunt juxtaposes wide cinematic flourishes with elements of jaggy noise that almost create a heavy metal effect in his productions.
Jessy Lanza manages to take us to a bunch of interesting sonic places as she effortlessly transitions from section to section.
PUP primes themselves for a future that would benefit for a revival in hardcore music.
Beau Sorenson's music is reminiscent of the neoclassical movement that gained momentum during the aughts, yet successfully veers towards a more experimental direction.
As Staples' verses drift in between Flume's airy opus, the song's brevity fails to underscore his purpose.