November 2015

Animal Collective – FloriDada

3 years after the release of “Centipede Hz”, Animal Collective are preparing their comeback and they have just announced the release of a new album “Painting With” due to be released February 19 via Domino. As one good news never comes alone, they have shared the art-cover of the new album and a first new track called “FloriDada”

Rejjie Snow (Feat. Rae Morris) – Blakkst Skn & All Around the World (Live) Vevo Dscvr

Rejjie Snow teamed up once again with Rae Morris.
They performed together their great track “Blakkst Skn” but also a mix of “All Around The World” for Rejjie‘s Vevo Dscvr “Ones To Watch 2016” session.

Santigold – Who Be Lovin’ Me (feat. ILOVEMAKONNEN)


It’s been 3 years since Santigold last album and only 3 weeks between the release of her two new singles. The American singer and producer shared a visual for her new song “Who Be Lovin’ Me”.

Major Lazer – Wave (feat. Kali Uchis)


Major Lazer are releasing an extended version of their 2015 album “Peace is the Mission”. The new version gets 5 more songs, including “Wave” with our beloved Colombian artist, Kali Uchis.

Connie Constance – Answer

Blue Daisy‘s protégée Connie Constance goes her own sweet way. Some weeks ago, we featured her as one of our weekly Rising artists (read our article here). Now, she finishes 2015 with “Answer”, a beautiful track that enhances her singular voice. Now we are even more sure about it: 2016 will be big for her!

M.I.A. unveils the video of her politically-charged single “Borders”


One week ago, M.I.A. shared “Borders”, a politically-charged new single that unfortunately is more relevant than ever. There is now a poignant video to go with it.

Tame Impala – The Less I Know The Better (NSFW Video)

Australian band Tame Impala released one of the best album of the year 2015. With “Currents”, expect the band to be in every single list (even ours) of the best songs of the year. They have shared their video via their website and let’s say it is highly NSFW

Grace Mitchell – Nolo

It is hard to believe Grace Mitchell is 18 years old when you listen to her voice and mature music. With her EP “Raceday” out this summer via Republic Records, she has made very clear the spot she deserves in modern pop music