Billie Eilish. Credit: Rachael Wright/NME

With her anticipated album release last week, Billie Eilish has been taking over the charts with her project When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The young artist is redefining pop music and what it means to be …

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Say goodbye to the old, trashy, garage-punk band that we all used to know (and love) as they attempt to implement a hodgepodge of sounds that aren’t in their usual repertoire.  FIDLAR, an acronym short for “F*** It Dog, Life’s …

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Chaz B. aka Toro y Moi set the bar for the rest of the artist in the industry on how to make complete album. He didn’t give us too much or too less but just the right amount. Outer peace …

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The experimental trio’s newest project does not skip over the usual angry, paranoia filled subject matter except this time implements a twist of psychedelia that isn’t anything like what most fans expected. Death Grips’ discography is nothing short of chaos …

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mono. Album Cover RM’s mono.. Quite honestly, this is the perfect soundtrack for the fall season. If you’re into super chill music with introspective lyrics, then this is the album for you. 

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ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 14: (EDITOR'S NOTE: Image has been converted to black and white.) Rapper Pusha T performs onstage during 2018 AfroPunk Festival Atlanta: Carnival of Consciousness at 787 Windsor on October 14, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

In what was one of the most anticipated and quality-dense rap years that we’ve seen in the last decade, 2013 produced some of the most commercially successful and trendsetting rap albums that we’ve ever seen. Within just the first four …

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LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 09: Ella Mai attends the 2018 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on October 9, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

If you managed to get through this summer without having “Boo’d Up” permanently engraved in your brain, you probably get your sustenance from vintage vinyl and avocado toast exclusively. “Boo’d Up” will capture you by your feelings and throw you …

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Negro Swan is the fourth studio album by Dev Hynes under the moniker “Blood Orange.”  The production of Negro Swan is completely unique, yet it feels oddly familiar. After doing some digging, I found that Dev Hynes has actually done production for …

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Musician, songwriter, and interdisciplinary artist Cody Critcheloe aka SSION just released O, his third studio album, his first release in seven years, and it’s fantastic. The album opens with a cover of Roy Orbison’s “Big As I Can Dream.” “I …

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World-famous DJ, producer, and artist, ZHU, just dropped a hot new EP, the first part of his new project called RINGOS DESERT. The EP brings all the heat of the desert and some spooky-electronic dance vibes with a touch of R&B …

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This year has seen so much incredible new music, but we often don’t appreciate or recognize our female artists, across all genres, as much as we should or as much as they deserve. As women are stepping up, taking the …

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Art by Kamau Haroon

  Between doing his own production and having extremely successful albums with little to no features, J. Cole‘s name basically speaks for itself at this point. After releasing the album art by Kamau Haroon or “Sixmau” for KOD, what would be his …

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Alison Wonderland, Australian DJ and producer, has been making waves in the electronic scene and traveling the world to play shows since her debut album, Run, was released in 2015. Her talent and authenticity was immediately recognized, as well as her …

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Virtual Self, a new project taken on by Porter Robinson, is a “technic Utopia awakening” and neotrance EP. With aliases Pathselector and technic-Angel, this new artist persona and sound Porter is taking on is a darker, more glitchy and futuristic version …

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Heavy Meta is a guitar-riff filled, garage rock and roll, rootsy, eclectic album by Philadelphia-bred rock musician Ron Gallo. The former lead singer of Toy Soldiers released his new album via Nashville-label, New West records—his music embracing passion and unpretentious, …

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