Radiohead, Grimes, and Childish Gambino all receive recognition, while Arctic Monkeys, Nine Inch Nails, and Foo Fighters are noticeably absent.
Including tracks by Kendrick Lamar, Frank Ocean, The National, SZA, and more.
The National Music Publishers Association’s decision was in accordance with Lennon’s own wishes.
The list that just might start a riot.
Weezer, Oasis, and Portishead make the cut. Radiohead, Pearl Jam, and Alanis Morissette do not.
These are the tracks that either tug at our heartstrings or go straight for the gut.
Because you don’t have to go to Austin this week to discover great new music.
ANOHNI, P.O.S., and Julianna Barwick all make intriguing returns.
Say hello to a couple of young veterans again.
Two members of Divine Fits climb back to the top with other projects.
With festival season just picking up (Bonnaroo is next weekend, after all), we have a lot to look forward to this summer. Some artists, on the other hand, are already looking further into the future, as far as 2015, and …
Unique takes ranging from soultrap to industrial.