Its opening 80 seconds of keys and breathy vocals mean Lorde’s comeback boasts 2017’s cleverest pop intro so far. Good chorus, too.
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It’s another spidery, intense and really rather odd song from the triangle lovers. The best bits are the noisiest. New album Relaxer follows in June.
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Collaborating with Frank Ocean has made this Philly indie kid famous, and rightly so. Bobby, like his huge, self-released back catalogue, is awesome.
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From upcoming second album Powerplant, 123 has the LA duo sounding more refined than before. It’s still loud, but not quite as messy.
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On My Mind,
It’s a more subtle hit of dancefloor goodness than we’re used to from them, but the Londoners’ latest benefits from its chilled disposition.
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Tough Love Records
The London five-piece tease second record Modern English Decoration (out June 2) with a hypnotic wash of noise and melody.
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Björk digs this new Icelandic trio, and if this vast, deep and brilliantly slow new single is any kind of yardstick, you will too.
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