Ahead of his appearance at the upcoming Listen Out 2014 festival later this month, Sydney beatmaker Kilter is putting a spin on his own work, releasing a new version of his track They Say, this time featuring Tkay Maidza on vocals, and we’ve got the premiere right here on Music Feeds! “I thought it would
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SBTRKT, the musical project of producer Aaron Jerome, has released the latest track from his forthcoming album Wonder When We Land. The artist, who will be in the country soon as a part of Falls Festival and Southbound, has today premiered Higher, a collaboration with Atlanta artist Raury. The track, which you can stream below,
Dallas Green and Pink have been keeping a secret from us all along. After months making music together on the quiet, the pair have now announced they’ve formed — of all things — a folk duo, called You+Me. Green, the Canadian singer-songwriter who records as City And Colour, broke the news via his official Facebook
Sydney duo Flight Facilities have shared brand new single Two Bodies via their official Soundcloud account. The song, which features some beautifully warm vocals from singer-songwriter Emma Louise, is the first new track to be released from Flight Facilities’ debut album Down To Earth, which is due out in October. Two Bodies (below) was given
After a few tense days of waiting, Illinois pop-punk outfit Fall Out Boy have finally gifted fans with Centuries, the first single to be taken from their forthcoming and still untitled sixth studio album. The song has been shared with an accompanying video (below) which was captured mostly using the recently released iOS app Hyperlapse.
Snoop Dogg has teased the latest instalment in his ongoing, fruitful working relationship with Pharrell Williams while shilling fellow rapper Kurupt’s new brand of marijuana. Reportedly titled Lightning Strikes, the track is heard in a promo clip that features Snoop happily rolling a blunt with Kurupt’s special blend. As The Guardian reports, Kurupt’s MoonRock is
When you take two of the UK’s most singular and talented young up-and-comers and put them together, you know you’re going to get something… weird. At least that’s the case if you pit the unique electronic stylings of FKA Twigs against the heartfelt, neo-soulful words and melodies of singer Sam Smith. The may-or-may-not-be Laneway-bound FKA