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Getty / Uproxx Studios XXL Freshman season is in full swing. The longtime hip-hop staple is once again celebrating the artists the esteemed publication views as the future of the game. From fun party-starters like Lil Pump to melodically gifted artists like JID and Trippie Redd, the list does a solid job of celebrating the […]

Domino/Atlantic/Anti The Pulse is the Uproxx Music guide to the best new albums, mixtapes, and other music releases that matter this week. Find our complete list of the records coming out in July here. Not many bands can get a mainstream audience excited about 10-minute post-metal songs, but Deafheaven is one of them, and their […]

Today marks the release of DJ Shadow’s Live in Manchester: The Mountain Has Fallen Tour, the companion album to a new documentary about the trailblazing producer. Subscribers of Apple Music and Spotify can stream the album below. The nine-track LP was recorded at a sold-out show at England’s Albert Hall last October, when Shadow was touring […]

Track by Track is a new music feature in which an artist guides us through each track on their latest effort. Listen and subscribe via iTunes | Google Play | Stitcher | RSS Sure, it was a bummer that Dirty Projectors fans couldn’t see the experimental pop outfit tour on last year’s self-titled release after frontman Dave Longstreth decided to mostly keep it to tape. The good news, […]

Today brings the wide release of The National’s Boxer (Live in Brussels), a live album that was previously made available in a limited run on Record Store Day. Subscribers of Apple Music and Spotify can stream it below. Initially, only 4,000 vinyl copies were sold of the release, which features a live recording of the band’s wonderful 2007 […]

Chicago’s own Taylor Bennett has unveiled his new EP, Be Yourself. It’s available to stream in full below through SoundCloud. The new release spans a total of six songs, including the powerful title track and last week’s “Rock ‘N Roll”. It also features a collaboration with Young Thug called “Better Than You Ever Been”. Biana Shaw […]

With 50-11 projects on the horizon (including a sequel to How Fly with Wiz Khalifa), Curren$y decided to gift fans with “A Sign of Things to Come.” Produced by Drupey Beats, who I’m sure Spitta has an EP with in the stash knowing him, the loosie can be heard below. Light one up and press […]

The fellas hit up the Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale, Calif. for some old school fun. While the ladies get their skate on inside, the dance party continues in the parking lot. Ty and Jeremih look on as dancers bust out their best moves and snap photos of the roller rink bash. “The Light” is the […]

Photo: @stayneutral With his debut album expected to arrive this summer, Tobi Lou is back with a new video from his tobi lou… and the loop EP. Directed by Glassface and Lou, the video finds the Chicago native getting pelted by water balloons filled with blue ink while the world behind him expels blue smoke […]

On July 20th, Los Angeles-based label Strange Neighbor will be releasing a fresh compilation featuring some of the city’s brightest (and often overlooked) talents. A project born out of LA’s restless cross-pollination of future soul, jazz, hip-hop and electronica, Oscillations will feature contributions from the likes of Blu, Georgia Anne Muldrow, MED, mndsgn, and more. […]


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