Still high on wedding vibes, Jessie Ware continues with the promotion of her forthcoming sophomore record Tough Love and has unveiled a new track titled Want Your Feeling. Co-written by Dev Hynes and produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford, it sees Jessie Ware almost begging for your love, all romantic and starry eyed. That typical Dev Hynes guitar funk in the background gives the track a timeless vibe, even though Jessie is already making sure of that.
Tough Love drops October 6 in the U.K. and October 21 in North America.
Arcade Fire kept up their cover trend last night with a fiery performance of "This May Be the Last Time" and the Rolling Stones’ "The Last Time" with Chicago soul legend Mavis Staples at the United Center.
"From the Kettle Onto the Coil," post-black metal band deafheaven's contribution to the Adult Swim Singles Series, is an incredible testament to life's constant upheaval.
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Clare Maguire somewhat kept her cannon of a voice hidden lately (even though her magnificent Light After Dark was full of it), but this new collaboration with d&b man High Contrast certainly puts a fire on it. Who’s Loving You is split into two parts, with Clare banging up Part One as of…
Run the Jewels’ pillaging new song “Blockbuster Night Part 1” is “murder, mayhem, melodic music.”
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Jeezy’s new track “Holy Ghost” finds the raspy Atlanta rapper in a rare introspective mood.
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The video for War on Drug’s “Under the Pressure” is a hazy neighborhood dream with the Philadelphia band playing the Lost in the Dream single abandoned living rooms and on broken pianos.
Deerhoof’s “Exit Only” is a surging piece of bubblegum punk from the erratic San Francisco outfit.