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London producer Throwing Shade’s sugary, Emily Bee-assisted “cosmic R&B” delicacy “Sweet Tooth” receives a very literal visual interpretation, as a bunch of dudes get straight blasted with powdered sugar, honey, sprinkles and sorts of sweet shit. “Sweet Tooth” is a part of Throwing Shade’s 19 Jewels EP, out May 19 via No Pain in Pop. Video + 12″ artwork by Rachel Noble.

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London producer Throwing Shades sugary, Emily Bee-assisted “cosmic R&B” delicacy “Sweet Tooth” receives a very literal visual interpretation, as a bunch of dudes get straight blasted with powdered sugar, honey, sprinkles and sorts of sweet shit. “Sweet Tooth” is a part of Throwing Shade’s 19 Jewels EP, out May 19 via No Pain in Pop. Video + 12″ artwork by Rachel Noble.

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Check out the video for what is perhaps my favorite song at the moment in “Warm Winds (feat. Isaiah Rashad)” (abbreviated) from SZA's phenomenal debut, Z, which is out now via TDE.
[video by SZA + APLUS FILMZ]

Check out the video for what is perhaps my favorite song at the moment in “Warm Winds (feat. Isaiah Rashad)” (abbreviated) from SZA's phenomenal debut, Z, which is out now via TDE.

[video by SZA + APLUS FILMZ]

A couple weeks ago, we heard the mesmerizing title track from TĀLĀ‘s The Duchess 12″, and now the London producer has dropped this vibrant, massive-sounding single/A-side, “Serbia“. TĀLĀ’s The Duchess EP is out June 2 via Aesop Label. Take a listen below:


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A couple weeks ago, we heard the mesmerizing title track from TĀLĀ‘s The Duchess 12″, and now the London producer has dropped this vibrant, massive-sounding single/A-side, “Serbia“. TĀLĀ’s The Duchess EP is out June 2 via Aesop Label. Take a listen below:

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The ever polarizing Lana Del Rey is back with a new single called “West Coast”. The song was produced by Dan Auerbach and frankly, you can absolutely hear it. The song is already (appropriately) drawing comparisons to Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen”, but has a sort of sedated, sinister haze to it; that transition into the chorus is especially woozy. We’re into it. An album is supposedly on the way later this summer. Listen to “West Coast” below:

The ever polarizing Lana Del Rey is back with a new single called “West Coast”. The song was produced by Dan Auerbach and frankly, you can absolutely hear it. The song is already (appropriately) drawing comparisons to Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen”, but has a sort of sedated, sinister haze to it; that transition into the chorus is especially woozy. We’re into it. An album is supposedly on the way later this summer. Listen to “West Coast” below:

How to Dress Well is the stage name for Tom Krell’s most prolific project. His music has evolved from the avant-garde bedroom, kinda-sorta R&B of his debut LP, Love Remains to a more refined, fleshed out and focused sophomore LP in Total Loss. Krell is back, preparing for the upcoming release of his third album “What Is This Heart?” (out June 24 via Weird World). The two cuts he’s given us from it so far have been fantastic and quite promising and frankly, some his best work yet in “Words I Don’t Remember” (which we featured on last month’s mix) and his latest single, “Repeat Pleasure”. The latter is the type of ‘heart on a sleeve’ material we’re used to getting from HTDW, but it’s seamless progressions and polished production really help to set it apart from his past work. Take a listen for yourself below:

How to Dress Well is the stage name for Tom Krell’s most prolific project. His music has evolved from the avant-garde bedroom, kinda-sorta R&B of his debut LP, Love Remains to a more refined, fleshed out and focused sophomore LP in Total Loss. Krell is back, preparing for the upcoming release of his third album “What Is This Heart?” (out June 24 via Weird World). The two cuts he’s given us from it so far have been fantastic and quite promising and frankly, some his best work yet in “Words I Don’t Remember” (which we featured on last month’s mix) and his latest single, “Repeat Pleasure”. The latter is the type of ‘heart on a sleeve’ material we’re used to getting from HTDW, but it’s seamless progressions and polished production really help to set it apart from his past work. Take a listen for yourself below:

Lykke Li just released a video for her latest single, “No Rest For The Wicked”. The clip features a dramatic love story directed by Tarik Saleh. Lykke’s new album I Never Learn is out May 6 via LL/Atlantic.

Gorgeous new video for Jamie xx’s latest single, “Sleep Sound”. The single is part of of his forthcoming double A-side 12” "Girl"/"Sleep Sound" which is due out May 5 on Young Turks. 

[directed by Sofia Mattioli]
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Gorgeous new video for Jamie xx’s latest single, “Sleep Sound”. The single is part of of his forthcoming double A-side 12” "Girl"/"Sleep Sound" which is due out May 5 on Young Turks

[directed by Sofia Mattioli]

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Watch the video for “Capitol” from Trust's fantastic and severely overlooked new LP, Joyland. It’s out now on Arts & Crafts.

Here is a new dance single “The Way I Feel” from Doss. His/her debut EP is out April 29 via Acéphale. Stream/download “The Way I Feel” below:

Here is a new dance single “The Way I Feel” from Doss. His/her debut EP is out April 29 via Acéphale. Stream/download “The Way I Feel” below:

Ejecta‘s sparkling, yet gut wrenching “Eleanor Lye“, taken from one of the best debuts of last year, gets an intense but beautifully shot video, directed by the from the splendid Allie Avital Tsypin of creative collective BANGS.

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