The rise of Post Malone has been gradual yet seismic; “White Iverson” was supposed to be his one-and-only hit single, and we certainly weren’t supposed to care about Post Malone once his press tour for Stoney, released some 15 months after “Iverson” became a viral – and actual – smash, ended. But something strange happened along the […]
“Homemade Dynamite” was already one of the most potent, economic pop songs this year, so it was easy to question how not one, or two, but three rising stars in pop, R&B and rap would feature on the song’s remix.
The most refreshing aspect of King Krule’s music is just how shapeless it can be; to simply call it “indie” or “rock” or “fusion” would sell his music short, especially the newest thrilling glimpse at The Ooz, “Dum Surfer.”
Over the past four years, Tove Lo has emerged as one of the most consistent, premiere pop songwriters thanks to two great LPs, Queen of the Clouds and Lady Wood. She is back with a new single, the perfectly titled “Disco Tits,” and the song is as memorable and campy as its glorious title.
If you jumped on the bandwagon during the High Violet era like I did, you wouldn’t be faulted for thinking the National had submitted themselves to a life of downcast ballads and slow-burning epics. That album, along with its follow-up, the perhaps even better Trouble Will Find Me – signaled a band operating at maximum efficiency, following a […]