The somber, introspective “Chum” is one of our favorite tracks we’ve heard from Earl Sweatshirt over the course of his career so far, so we’re psyched that it constitutes the first single from his Columbia Records debut, Doris. Earl’s put together a moody black-and-white clip for the track that you can watch while you wait for more information on the record – we’ll keep you posted. Check it out.
Video: Earl Sweatshirt – “Chum”
Another listen from one of our most anticipated 2015 releases.
Finally, a rap song with the Future Islands dude on the hook.
From Philadelphia to L.A. to Madrid to Melbourne, our picks for the must-see acts of SXSW 2015.
Tink shares her Timbaland-produced “Ratchet Commandments.”
A new download from Chromatics’ upcoming album, Dear Tommy, fresh off the press.
March is packed, but we managed to pick out ten albums to hear this month.
Florence and the Machine preview new material from their upcoming album.
Tobias Jesso, Jr. hits up Haim drummer, Danielle Haim for his latest single “Without You.”…