Earl Sweatshirt: Burgundy (prod. Pharrell)

Superhumanoids mesmerize, Bill Callahan's dub fantasy and more in the music we tweeted this week

Ubiquitous producer, art collector and veritable renaissance man Pharrell linked up with Odd Future founding member Earl Sweatshirt on his new single “Burgundy.” Pharrell sets up a dense, dark yet funk-inspired beat, complete with an obscure vocal sampling, while Earl gets more personal than ever—rapping about depression, his insecurities in the music industry and having a famous poet for a father (South African writer and …

Factory Floor: Turn It Up

From "Bad Jokes" to a choral take on "Untrust Us," our look back at the music we tweeted this week

London’s post-industrial dance rock trio Factory Floor recently dropped “Turn It Up,” the first single from their upcoming release on DFA Records. Factory Floor comes out swinging on this upbeat, if at times slightly disorienting, high energy, dance-til-you-puke sonic journey. Known for their mix of analog and digital instruments, the drum-kit on this track provides a visceral heartbeat while a menagerie of electronic synths, drum-pads …

Eliza Doolittle: August Playlist

From "Bad Jokes" to a choral take on "Untrust Us," our look back at the music we tweeted this week

Thespian-turned-singer Eliza Doolittle took a turn at guest-blogging on Hunger TV this week in honor of her newly dropped single, “Big When I Was Little.” The rising star mostly provides insights to her recent achievements, which, in addition to her new hit, include singing on Disclosure’s album Settle and co-authoring a track with beloved London producer Wookie. Her final post this week culminated in an …