New York's gentrification narratives are more complex than middle class fear and fussiness.
Run The Jewels are really re-making their album with cat noises, and here are some clips to prove it.
Songs we love right now, and why they matter. In no particular order.
First, Keith Ape remixed "Hot Nigga." Now he takes on OG Maco.
Jean-Paul Gaultier and the Venus de Milo breaking the internet.
Let Chilly Gonzales crack an egg of musical knowledge over your head.
On the catwalk, dicks swangin' #NSFW #OMFG
"That bitch gon' kill me, that'd be crazy."
The UK producer his longtime collaborator BANKS team up for a lush electro-R&B track.
Beggin For Thread" is more bright than brooding, but is otherwise as supremely synthy and delightfully punchy as the rest of what we've heard so far.
The latest preview of BANKS' forthcoming debut is part bitter missive from a scorned woman, part lovelorn plea.
This introduction to BANKS' debut full-length demonstrates the brooding production and unsuspecting bite she's now known for.
The LA songstress' strongest release yet no has a striking, black-and-white and kaleidoscopic video directed by Kanye West-collaborator Barnaby Roper to match.
L.A.'s BANKS makes her first big move in 2014-- a year certain to be a big one for her-- today with the premiere of a Shlohmo-produced single called "Brain."