The United Kingdom folk trio Bear's Den puts their own unique spin on the North Carolina electropop outfit Sylvan Esso's tune "Coffee".
Having just returned from a stint at South By Southwest, the Danish indie rock outfit Mew has released an acoustic version of their new tune "Satellites".
Dark, serpentine electronic rhythms define the newest music video by the San Francisco artist Lila Rose.
The New Jersey group OWEL takes the classic '60s pop formula, cranks the violin up to ten, and gets a terrific tune as a result: "Every Good Boy Does Fine", the title track off their new EP.
Jheri curls and muscular arms abound in the latest music video by Action Bronson, "Baby Blue", where he is joined by Chance the Rapper.
FKA twigs, one of PopMatters's favorite new artists of 2014, has released "Glass & Patron", the first new track to follow her wildly inventive debut LP1.
Bond theme chords and seductive vocals merge on the retro "Oh Josephine", the newest number by the UK duo Vienna Ditto.
"Number One" is the opening number off of the new album by the bluesy roots rockers the Sideshow Tragedy, Capital.
For sleazy, scuzzy rock that sounds like it became sentient in the sewers of Los Angeles, the wicked distortion of Wake Up Lucid's "White Collar Love" fits the bill brilliantly.
The latest PopTalk podcast takes a look at whether or not, as Kanye West suggests, the Grammys and awards culture in general can or should care about "true artistry".