11 Downloads You Won't Regret

featuring Chromeo, Action Bronson, Free Energy, Fuzz, Sundays & more.


[Other Downloads You Won't Regret]

Sundays – Forces
It's raining as I type this, and Sundays' “Forces”—an open, yet closed off heartbreaker—is the perfect soundtrack for it.

Beachwood Sparks – Make It Together
Sixteen years removed, “Make It Together” sounds more retro-relevant than it ever has.

Blouse – No Shelter
Blouse released their follow-up full-length, Imperium, on Tuesday. Album stand-out “No Shelter” is a straight forward rocker, reminiscent of older Dum-Dum Girls material.

Chromeo – Over Your Shoulder
If Chromeo can take a creepy track title like “Over Your Shoulder” and spin it into a song about accepting appearances AND sex, they can do anything.

Free Energy – Somebody's Baby (Jackson Browne Cover)
Well, this just makes sense, doesn't it?

Fuzz – What's In My Head
Ty Segall's collaborative project Fuzz's second track, “Whats In My Head”, moves like a three- ton tortoise, punishing everything in its path with each drawn out step.

Positive No – Georgia Purchase Agreement
“Georgia Purchase Agreement” is our first sun-tinged taste of Positive No—a band set to release their debut EP, Via Florum, in a handful of days.

Beautiful Lou (ft. Action Bronson & RIFF RAFF) – Long Pinky
Beautiful Lou brings in buds Action Bronson and RIFF RAFF on “Long Pinky”, the last of Adult Swim's 2013 Single Series.

Windhand – Orchard
“Orchard” is not only the opening track to Windhand's new and excellent album Soma, it's also the shortest.

Scout Nibblet – Second Chance Dreams
“Second Chance Dreams” is out for revenge: both its lyrics and beat progress forward in riotous fashion as Niblett looks back on what could have been.

Black Hearted Brother – This is How It Feels
“This is How It Feels” blissfully exists outside of time and space, turning your thoughts about the past, present, and future into one big delightful mush.