Man, oh man! YONAS and his production team absolutely kill this Centuries remix. YONAS continues with his “remix every other week” with Fall Out Boy. You can download this bad boy here. Add this to your workout playlist, pump up playlist, weekend playlist, all the lists!
My reaction when that beat drops towards the end though…video below Andy Samberg.
Bo Rocha is a name we have yet to hear and it’s a wonder why. This London based artist has yet to take the music world by storm, but she’s making herself known on the first try. With her debut track “Tangerine Flake”, she displays a fusion of all the flavors an alternative pop fan adores. There’s a twist of cool and edgy which creates the perfectly addictive tune. Listen to this fresh, new artist and her striking debut track below.
The young Cleveland rapper, Joey Aich, adds visuals to “Smooth Hardcore” off of his College D.egree project, which you can check out here. He nonchalantly flexes (is that still a thing these days) over the 90′s influenced instrumental. Sometimes simple is better.
Living in the pseudo-’80s kid era of music is shaping up to be pretty alright. I mean, Taylor Swift fully cemented her status this past year as an unstoppable pop supernova with an album dedicated to ’80s synth pop, disregarding the fact that she was born in the last weeks of that decade. It seems Passion Pit have raised the stakes though in terms of blind ’80s worship, releasing a single that chants “1985 was a good year” despite singer Michael Angelakos’s birthday being a full two years later.
The chorus’ fallacy is quickly overlooked though because Passion Pit is back and their first single off new LP, Kindred, is absolute synth pop gold. Their formula is relatively unchanged (in fact, “1985″ sounds somewhat like a steroid-injected, radio-ready remake of “Let Your Love Grow Tall“), but honestly, why fix something that’s the furthest thing from broken? Preorders for Kindred go up tomorrow and the album will arrive in April.
It’s been far too long since Florence + the Machine’s last release and it’s about time there’s a taste of what’s to come. They seem to be taking a big approach with their return. “What Kind of Man” is a beautiful display of hurt, passion and all the incredible emotions that make the most powerful music. This track will be featured on their newest album which will be released in June of this year. Check out the video for “What Kind of Man” below.
Pitchfork Music Festival drops their 2015 Lineup featuring Wilco, Chance The Rapper, and Sleater-Kinney
Pitchfork Music Festival is the latest to drop their 2015 lineup. The Chicago-based concert, which takes place in Union Park from July 17-19, will include top bills of Wilco, Chance The Rapper, and Sleater-Kinney. Other notable acts include Future Islands, CHVRCHES, Run The Jewels, The New Pornographers, Caribou, and Mac DeMarco, among others.
Single day tickets as well as three-day passes are now available over on the festival’s official website.
If you’re heading to P4k, who are you most excited to check out?