11 Downloads You Won't Regret

Featuring Drake, Disclosure, Giorgio Moroder, Dum Dum Girls, Father John Misty and more.
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Featuring Drake, Disclosure, Giorgio Moroder, Dum Dum Girls, Father John Misty and more.
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byANDREW BRANDT


[Other Downloads You Won't Regret]

A.G. Cook – “Beautiful”
A.G. Cook has been the man pulling the strings behind the scenes at the mysterious PC Music. His offering to the label’s burgeoning collection of songs doesn’t offer any insight to his crew, but it’s just delectable enough to keep us glued to the music and little else.

The Death of Pop – “Whenever”
With “Whenever,” The Death of Pop do a pretty damn good job of convincing us that pop is indeed not dead.

Drake – “0 to 100/The Catch Up”
Drizzy is back in high-flying form on the two-part “0 to 100/The Catch Up,” another free track that hints at his future plans to drop something that probably isn’t free.

Dum Dum Girls – “Under These Hands”
“Under These Hands” is a slow burner at the back half of the Girls’ last-winter release, Too True, which got video treatment just in time for the summer sun.

Father John Misty – “Trouble (Cat Stevens Cover)”
The Father’s cover of Cat Stevens’ “Trouble” is elegantly simple, an ideal showcase for Josh Tillman’s knockout vocals.

Giorgio Moroder - “Giorgio’s Theme”
Adult Swim’s Single Program is back! And Giorgio Moroder kicks things off right—in epic, seven-minute fashion.

Los Campesinos! – "Little Mouth"
“Little Mouth” was laid to tape for the lovely film Benny & Jolene. And while it’s a little more jangly and a little less clustered than what we’ve come to expect from Los Camp!, it’s got their charming, signature print all over it.

Lust For Youth – “Armida”
Lust For Youth became a full-fledged band in the time they recorded their most recent record. “Armida” finds the trio hitting the ground running, as they shift—together—into warmer territory.

Mr. Twin Sister – “Out of the Dark”
Twin Sister is now Mr. Twin Sister, and it appears the group has changed their sound as well: “Out of the Dark” is, ironically, darker than any song the band has penned to date.

Pharrell & Jay Z – “Frontin’ (Disclosure Re-Work)”
A lot has changed in the last eleven years, but “Frontin’” sounds just as fresh as ever thanks to Disclosure’s oft-magic touch.

Phoenix – "Chloroform (Gopher & Devin Remix)"
Gopher & Devin’s remix of  “Chloroform” is just as dense and toxic as the song’s title implies.