First up is D’Angelo’s “Feverish Fantazmagoria”, which airs today, January 13th.
The follow-up to 2019’s Animated Violence Mild arrives next month.
It’s called “let all the poisons that lurk in the mud seep out” and it also features Kelly Moran and Moses Boyd.
The collaborative track comes from one of the year’s best albums, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never.
These are the songs that loved us back throughout a year of isolation, devastation, and numbing uncertainty.
A cappella rendition was first premiered live during Björk’s “Cornucopia Tour”.
Director Cody Critcheloe set out to create “the Hottest/Nastiest love-triangle in what’s left of Middle America.”
0PN previously scored the filmmaker duo’s Uncut Gems and Good Time.
The track originally appeared on her 2011 masterpiece Biophilia.
Another example of why Daniel Lopatin is such an in-demand and celebrated part of the genre.
The Sigur Rós frontman returns with a record of atmospheric electronic art-pop that balances uplift with glitchy dread.
First solo record in 10 years features Robyn and Cocteau Twins’ Liz Fraser.