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Rich Chigga Glows Up, Solidifies His Role As An Au Courant In The Hip-Hop Scene

Rich Chigga is shining. After the artist went viral just last year when he dropped the video for his single Dat $tick, he’s since showed no signs of stopping, having even picked up a feature from Ghostface Killah on the track’s remix. Chigga’s later releases Seventeen and Who Dat Be also stood out from the oversaturated crowd and […]

The War On Drugs’ Latest Single ‘Pain’ Is Dripping In Reverb & That’s Totally Cool With Us

In case you missed it, The War On Drugs have a new album coming out August 25. Leading up to the record the band’s unearthed some earth-shatteringly beautiful tunes. An eleven-minute ballad “Thinking Of A Place,” an absolutely dreamy Tom Petty-esque track titled “Holding On,” and the psychedelia Paradiso jam “Strangest Thing.” Now the band brings forth […]

The First Track Off REZZ’s Unreleased Debut Album Is Here, Listen To ‘Relax’ Now

I recently overheard a conversation whilst at Electric Forest Weekend two in which someone said REZZ’s first-weekend set was better than Bassnectar’s. Now, we all have our opinions and we certainly all know what it’s like to disagree with someone else’s, but disregard opinions for a moment and consider this sentence. This is a *huge* […]

Jhené Aiko Does It Again With New Single “While We’re Young”

“While We’re Young” Miss Aiko got her big break in 2013 when she appeared on Drake’s Nothing Was The Same. Since then, she’s released her own hit EP Sail Out and made a name for herself with her distinct, powerful voice. This girl has raw talent and she shows no signs of slowing down anytime […]

ICYMI: Avalon Emerson’s Reworking Of Slowdive’s New Track ‘Sugar For The Pill’ Is Gorgeous

Up until this May the beloved English rock band Slowdive hadn’t released music in over twenty years. Twenty-two to be exact. For the’90s shoegaze icons to return after all that time is a bold move by any musical standard. It’s not something bands do often, or at least when they do it’s not always well received. […]