LCD Soundsystem with Big Freedia at Coca-Cola Roxy
Back from the dead, James Murphy and company played the first of two sold-out nights behind American Dream, dazzling with new material from that record while culling from one of the more exciting back catalogs in all of indie music. New Orleans bounce queen Big Freedia opened, setting the table for a weekend-length dance party.
FIVEOCLOCKCHARLIE Presents the single “Onlies”
Georgias take on electronic music is dark and upfront, as she brings everything to the table.
La Poré presents the single SAD GIRL
The Introspection of Nick Samson
Bonobo at Brooklyn Steel
A Currently Touring Artist
Seasonal Beast with “I Can Make You Disappear”
An Enlightening Piece of Music
Le Youth – Clap Your Hands ( feat. Ava Max )
An exhilarating hit
Pierce & The Fultons – Better Places
“Better Places” is fulfilled with merriment
Future Brown Sign to Warp
Still not an official Crayola color.
DINOWALRUS, “Kings Pharmacy (Max Mix)”
It's dancey as hell, but still weird as hell.
Bikini check out with a free album
Putting the "RIP" in RIPJDS. Bummer.
Star Slinger remixes Trombone Shorty
Star Slinger remixes Trombone Shorty's "Do To Me."
Authorization leaves its mark with Version 1
Free shit that's good.