Danny Brown: Best Life

Backed by a rich bassline and a select few samples, Danny Brown’s “Best Life” combines the artist’s charismatic cadence with Q-Tip’s illustrious production. It’s certainly jazz influenced but it also harkens back to the golden era of hip-hop—and Brown (aka Daniel Dewan Sewell) does far more than hold his own. “Best Life” will appear on his forthcoming album uknowhatimsayin¿, out on 4 October via WARP.


The Avalanches return in a hallucinogenic group dream, Rihanna remixed by Four Tet, Beck wows and more new music

The Avalanches: Frankie Sinatra A casual 16 years since their wondrous debut record Since I Left You, Australian electronic outfit The Avalanches have released their first single from the highly anticipated second album—called Wildflower—which finally has a confirmed release date: 8 July 2016. The group (now made up of Robbie Chater, James Dela Cruz and Tony Di Blasi) teamed up with Danny Brown and MF …


From "Sunrise" to "Pi," our recap of the songs we Tweeted last week

J.J. Cale: Sensitive Kind Our friends at Amateurism eased us into the week with a classic from the legendary musician J.J. Cale. “Sensitive Kind” highlights Cale’s distinct vocal stylings and visceral approach to writing, which everyone from Johnny Cash to Eric Clapton came to admire and cover. Off of his 1979 album Five, “Sensitive Kind” is a timeless hit. The Purist + Danny Brown: Jealousy …