TA-KU Remix - BANKS, Brain

Point Point, Life In Grey

There are no pictures of Parisian bass monsters Point Point in existence so enjoy this picture of a dog dressed as Bane.

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Elliphant, Revolusion

Record Of The Week //


Too excited to write sensible words so marvel with your eyes below and download for FREE here. OMG OMG OMG

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LOLAWOLF, Jimmy Franco

A kaleidoscope of twisted r&b with trippy party flexes and sweet pop vocals from NYC's LOLAWOLF. And A$AP Rocky lounging about with Zoë Kravitz in the video.


D/C, I Got Love

Strings, finger clicks, harmonies. Lush.

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Illyin Pipes, Still

Supersonic portions of sexy electronic downtempo artsy indie rock from my new favourite Toronto band. 

Forever indebted to Don't Need No Melody for this diamond.

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Cyril Hahn, Getting There

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Dot Major Remix - Josh Record, For Your Love

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Matthew and the Atlas, Nowhere Now

One of the standout tracks from their forthcoming debut album Other Rivers, Nowhere Now has the driving purpose and effortless melody to kick anyone in the face on the first listen. Out on 5th May 2014 through Communion Records.

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Moon Bounce, Shake

This has been doing the rounds for a couple of weeks and I was too shit to post it a month ago. Back story over, go:

ASTR, Part Of Me

Free download // NYC's glittery electro R&B pop duo // Glistening exclusive for Annie Mac (and you).


Lone Remix - Broods, Never Gonna Change

Hot New Stuff // ides, Machine

Hot New Stuff // 

Machine is dark, solo sadcore from space via London's enthralling and intriguing newcomer; Alanna McArdle aka 'ides'. 

"Sounds like someone replaced her Cheerios with valium." Pretty much.

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Jarbird, Such Is The House

Record Of The Week //

Smartly layered warm harmonious juicy brilliance. Fit. New favourite band.

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Juliette Ashby, Over & Over

Some silky smooth, vanilla caramel latte over indulgence in the form of seductive soul from the captivating voice of London's Juliette Ashby. I'm picturing the bass player looking like Huell from Breaking Bad.

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Tirzah, No Romance

This is gonna break the internet soon. The freshest electro breeze of the year so far.

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Rhodes, Your Soul

Premiered by Zane Lowe last night, You Soul is the lead track from Rhodes' Morning EP, due for release on 12th May. Ian Grimble (Daughter) and Tim Bran/Roy Kerr (London Grammar)'s production brings even more entrancing atmosphere to his haunting vocal. 

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Frank Ocean & The Clash & Diplo, Hero

Frank Ocean, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon (The Clash) and Diplo made Hero, the latest track from Converse's Three Artists: One Song series.
Additional vocals from the West Los Angeles Children's Choir. Free download.

Jacques Greene, No Excuse

Soulful vocals x blissful shimmering electronic beats = 'oh shit' level of wonderful.

The Beaches, Little Pieces

Toronto fourpiece, all teenagers, a couple of them are sisters, Yeah Yeah Yeahs x Metric indie rock with a killer chorus. Huge soaring hook on this bad boy.

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Hot New Stuff // Cozz, Dreams

South Central's most exciting new up-and-comer.
(Via P&P)

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God Damn, Shoe Prints In The Dust

Fans of Drenge and Royal Blood should get excited about God Damn's debut album, due later this year through One Little Indian Records. Filthy, skuzz rock.

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Javeon, Intoxicated

Tourist ft Will Heart, I Can't Keep Up

Marian Hill, Play EP

Philadelphia duo Marian Hill just unveiled their seductive debut Play EP which contains the electronic jazzy r&b gold of Whiskey and Lovit. Get a move on, it's only free this week.

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Hot New Stuff // Talos, Tethered Bones

Cork's Eoin French aka Talos just dropped Tethered Bones which slips perfectly alongside SOHN and James Blake and blows the back out of the music world by being sillily good.

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Kidnap Kid, Like You Used To

Deep, moody and thoughtful ambience meets neck flexing house and soulful charm. Like You Used To is irresistible. 

Movement, Like Lust

One of the most exciting new bands in the whole wide bloody world drops a new song, shit the bed it's pure silk. This is why my enthusiasm is justified:

Bok Bok ft Kelela, Melba's Call

Glitchy, rumbling electro with sensually caramel vocals, this collaboration =  innovation. Winner.

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ANG LOW, Voodoo Woman

Mad cap creative electronic soul from Brooklyn favourite ANG LOW. Hang on to your beanie, this one's pretty quick.