Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks have created a mini movie to promote their new album Sparkle Hard, coming out 18 May.
With the help of Loyle Carner's laid-back rapping and some well-placed horns and handclaps, Tom Misch brings us the chill-out track we need to make it through the end of winter.
A Place to Bury Strangers buzzes and growls through "Never Coming Back" with no regard for noise ordinances, and it is, as is so often the case, a love-it-or-hate-it kind of situation.
Newcomers to Self Esteem will find a singer who can command in front of the camera as well as in the studio.
"Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow" ends up as much a powerful expression of present dystopian fears as it is a kicking throwback to '80s goth rock.
Is Rudimental's "These Days" the next great summer jam or is it just treacly sentimentality? Our writers debate...
With "In My View", trio Young Fathers performs a masterful balancing act, turning a powerful ballad into a lightly banging dance track and back again.
David Byrne Makes an LCD Soundsystem-esque, Disco Freak-Out with "Everybody's Coming to My House" (Singles Going Steady)
On "Everybody's Coming to My House" David Byrne turns out a LCD Soundsystem-esque, disco freak out that, in a parallel universe, could be the theme to the trippiest Bond film ever.
Calexico Expands Their Sound with Reggae and Latin Horns on "Under the Wheels" (Singles Going Steady)
If any band understands how to expand their sound without losing the brilliant essence of the band, it's Calexico.