The hip-hop musician will preview his new record in an art space alongside projections by VHS artist Uzi.
Watch a new video from Kool A.D. off his Word OK album
Watch the video for the track they made together as Octave Minds.
Listen to an exclusive playlist curated by Bethany Cosentino and see behind-the-scenes photos from her At Home With shoot.
The UK pop explorer issues a thrilling spin on the Scandinavian collaborators' "Monument."
Once an outsider in the underground scene, Adam Bainbridge finds a whole new community of collaborators.
Emilie Friedlander reflects on how cyberbullying, freedom of speech and page views share an uneasy relationship in the digital age.
Unauthorized, hand-recorded leaks may be the only rebel streak in music promotion left.
The dimly lit, cinéma vérité style video follows as the OVO signee as he kicks back with Drake and his boys to a private yacht-- with Kylie Jenner? Why not!
The South Carolina trio make homespun rock from someplace brighter.
Listen to the Philadelphia-based wunderkind's excellent new full-length.
San Francisco dream-pop band to release their sophomore LP, a concept album about suicide in 19th century Japan, this July on Orchid Tapes.
Stream another endearingly weird song from Alex G's forthcoming Orchid Tapes full-length.
For this feature story, we spent two days in Philly with a DIY rock wunderkind.
Hear a song by South Carolina songwriter William Star Busbee, the newest signee to one of our favorite little labels, Orchid Tapes.
Orchid Tapes, who are certainly shaping up to be record label of the year, released Portlander Arrange's fourth album today on cassette.
Unbeatable bedroom pop label marks their fourth anniversary and general on-fire-ness with a vinyl compilation and concert in NY on March 29th.
Orchid Tapes apparently cannot release a bad album. Here's Newfoundland solo act Fog Lake's latest, out now.
Burial, Air France and Drake walk into the bar. Orchid Tapes picks up the tab.
Euphoria Again's first physical release is a goddamn doozy. Out now via Orchid Tapes, partly produced by Coma Cinema, guest vocals by R.L. Kelly.