Savages Live at Ministry of Sound

From Savages live at Ministry of Sound to Jaytram's remix of Quitapenas' Más Tropical, our look at music this week

The Creators Project took a cue from Boiler Room with a live stream of Savages performing at London’s Ministry of Sound on Thursday, which saw the English post-punk band perform an hour of songs from their new album Silence Yourself, out now on Matador Records. The all-girl group has received much acclaim since forming in late 2011, and their superbly dark and dramatic sound will …

John Grant: GMF

From Vondelpark's debut album to the end of Kris Kross, our look at music this week

In a style that is one part Antony Hegarty and one part Jack Black, American musician John Grant smoothly tackles hard-hitting issues like addiction, sexuality and living with HIV. The Reykjavik-based singer’s droll ruminations recently amused crowds at NYC’s Le Poisson Rouge, where he performed tracks from his upcoming sophomore album Pale Green Ghosts. For a hint at what to expect from an album recorded …

Vondelpark: Always Forever

From Vondelpark's debut album to the end of Kris Kross, our look at music this week

On “Always Forever,” young London trio Vondelpark deftly infuse indie pop with ethereal R&B, drawing on a wide array of influences. Think Arthur Russell and Sade visiting Bon Iver at his cabin for a session. Vondelpark’s eclectically-sourced sound is matched by their visuals. The video fades between newlyweds having their first awkward photos taken in front of a setting sun and a CGI-babe taking a …