Lou Phelps feat. Jazz Cartier: Come Inside

Canadian rapper Lou Phelps joins forces with KAYTRANADA (who also happens to be his brother) and Jazz Cartier for the buoyant bop “Come Inside.” Seemingly crafted for a summertime outdoor dance floor, the tune is bouncy and sunny. Phelps borrows some lines from Missy Elliott’s “I’m Really Hot” and name-checks Rick James, while maintaining a smooth, effortless flow.


New music from Vagabon, Ragers, Lonleyspeck and an Erykah Badu-inspired mixtape

The Shins: Painting a Hole The fourth preview release from their forthcoming album Heartworms, “Painting a Hole” is a refreshing burst of psychedelic energy from The Shins. With kooky catchiness, pounding drums and a divinely palatable eccentricity, it distances itself from the previous three singles—with James Mercer putting his vocals to a pointed use. It gives reason to be excited about the band’s first album …