ANISE offers a sumptuous and sensuous tribute to what she calls “the Divine Feminine Power” on “Black Eve”, the title single from her forthcoming debut EP.
Jungle’s political stance on Living in Stereo is a call for love, and as the title of the LP suggests, this takes more than one to accomplish. Let’s dance!
After a five-year hiatus, Aussie indie-popper Nick Murphy reactivates the alias of Chet Faker that made him famous. The results on Hotel Surrender are chill.
Following six turbulent years, Australia’s Hiatus Kaiyote return with their third LP of neo-soul virtuosity, Mood Valiant. It’s effortlessly likable and rich with heart and soul.
Dawn Richard’s Second Line is a gorgeous record featuring fantastic, strange, esoteric sounds playing with house and club conventions. It’s a pioneering record and easily one of the best of the year.
Using old-school analog tech, Dâm-Funk is using his unique ear for a deeply-felt funk groove to give us a hint at what dance music’s dirty future might be.
PopMatters Picks playlist features the best new songs. Today, we feature Kara Connolly, Hannah Slavin, LiAurora, Christopher Paul Stelling, and Attacca Quartet.
Georgia Anne Muldrow’s VWETO III is a 17-track clinic on creating rhythmic frameworks that wow you with their complexity and propel you into movement.