CHVRCHES’s The Bones of What You Believe In also up for free download.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
The best creative you’ll find in music today.
A bonus cut off Matangi.
Plus, our Photographer of the Year.
Performances of “Y.A.L.A.” and “Come Walk With Me”, plus an interview.
A visual recreation of her new album’s artwork.
“Y.A.L.A.” and lots of lights.
Plus: M.I.A. shares an embarrassing story about the first time she met The Roots.
“It’s cultural! In my country, it’s godly. OK?”
A powerfully abrasive record that’s also M.I.A.’s best in years.
Plus: Tyler, Earl, Gaga, and M.I.A.
WikiLeaks founder spoke from the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
Fourth LP arrives ahead of schedule.
You do remember she has a new album coming out, right?
“It’s a massive display of powerful corporation dick-shaking.”
This could be the most expensive flip of the bird ever.
Pixies are back! Sleigh Bells are back! New Ryan Adams!
Much more than just a bunch of words.
A little twist with the latest from Matangi.
The latest from the long-awaited Matangi.
Maya’s not entirely heartless.
Her fourth and maybe last album finally gets a release date.
Walter White isn’t the only Heisenberg.
M.I.A., Slayer, MGMT, Television, Ice-T, and so much more.
Presumably off her forthcoming Matangi album.
Straight to your doorstep — sans any plutonium.
Who knew pink hair could be so terrifying?
We promise there’s no Yeezy here.
Maya returns on Monday.
With a score by Daniel Lopatin.
M.I.A., Yo La Tengo, Wire, Solange, Savages, and more.
Is this a preview of her fourth studio album?
The Black Keys, Kanye, Jay-Z, Mumford and Sons were the big winners.
Elton John, The Flaming Lips, Jessie Ware, and Disclosure, too
The results you’ve been waiting for.
Fact: We streamed a ton of tracks this year.
What do a can of spinach, a museum display, and a centaur have in common?
It pays to bother famous people.