Electronic artist the Range’s contribution, “Rayman,” to the Gem Drops Four compilation is a wonderfully bright, unhurried track:
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Featuring sets from rap king Kendrick Lamar, electro-pop star Grimes, the hyperkinetic DJ Spinn (w. Treated Crew), punishing black metal experimenters deafheaven, Odd Future storyteller Earl Sweatshirt, and more, the final day of Pitchfork's 2014 Festival was one of the most energetic I've ever seen in my six years of attending.
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Former Voice (UK) semi-finalist Becky Hill’s debut single “Caution to the Wind” is the sound of an artist finding herself.
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The artist released his last album ‘The Next Day’ in 2013
In a statement to Terrance Higgins Trust, which recently put on a charity event to honor David Bowie, the musician declared:
"[London] is even better than the one you were in last year, so remember to dance, dance, dance. And then sit down for a minute, knit something, then get up and run all over the place. Do it. Love on ya. More music soon. David."
On the soulfully insular “Prey,” rapper Doley Bernays gives the dead first class representation.
(To read more about the Brooklyn native’s first single from the Bond Place Hotel EP, head here now.)
Atlanta rap weirdo Young Thug’s so much “bigger” than most rappers right now that even “compilation” releases like ‘1017 Thug 2’ feel like events.
(To read more about the giddy new mixtape, head here now.)
The synth-fed, psych rock outfit Bear In Heaven’s “Autumn” is a remarkably svelte effort.
(To read more the alluring opening track from fourth albumTime Is Over One Day Old, head here now.)