13 Downloads You Won't Regret

featuring Frank Ocean, Tame Impala, Childish Gambino, Phoenix, Shlohmo, Fucked Up, Elbow and more.


[Other Downloads You Won't Regret]

Frank Ocean, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon & Diplo – “Hero”
Converse’s “Three Artists. One Song” series kicks out another stacked-as-fuck, scorching jam.

Tame Impala: "Stranger In Moscow (Michael Jackson cover)"
With news of a new live EP coming up for Record Store Day, it doesn't seem like Tame Impala is anywhere near close to releasing a new album. Putting out an excellent Michael Jackson cover is a great way to appease the masses.

Childish Gambino: "What Kind of Love"
Want more of Gambino's latest album, Because The Internet? CG let loose this free download of swooning bonus track, "What Kind of Love."

Oceaán: "Turned Away"
Another throbbing, utterly unpredictable taste from Manchester producer Oceaán's upcoming self-titled debut EP. Think James Blake's Overgrown on a mind-altering substance or two.

Phoenix – “SOS In Bel Air (Ariel Pink’s Krystal Bamboo Remix)”
Mr. Pink gorgeously slows Phoenix’s roll with his take on “SOS In Bel Air.”

Shlohmo & Jeremih – “No More (Boots Remix)”
Producer Boots got snowed-in in February, and decided to add a verse to Shlohmo & Jeremih’s “No More.” Long story short, it was a good choice.

Jeremiah Jae – “Survival (Feat. Oliver the 2nd)”
“Survival” is the composed first taste of Jeremiah Jae’s soon-to-be-released Good Times mixtape.

Lydia Loveless – “Verlaine Shot Rimbaud”
On the country-twanged “Verlaine Shot Rimbaud,” Lovless expertly emotes a tale of power and struggle.

D/C – “Devil On My Shoulder”
D/C ‘s “Devil On My Shoulder” sounds like something a classically trained James Blake might make. Brilliant.

Elbow – “New York Morning”
Elbow may have dropped their sixth LP a few weeks back, but its atmospheric standout “New York Morning” is still spinning strong.

Fucked Up – “Paper The House”
Everybody’s favorite “band you can’t name-drop on the airwaves” is back—and in top form, too.

La Sera – “Losing To The Dark”
“Losing To The Dark” finds Katy Goodman at her most pummeling, aggressive, and refreshing state yet.

Party Dolls – “Indigo”
Party Dolls is a self-described “semi-obscure supergroup” made up of members from Crooked Fingers, The District Attorneys, and Tedo Stone.