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  1. English producer Jon Hopkins has released another animated music video in anticipation for his new album Singularity, and this time it’s a lot more abstract. In keeping with the similar trippy vibe of last month’s "Emerald Rush" video, his new song "Everything Connected" is a nearly six-minute electronic soundscape that takes you through the circle…
  2. Japanese Breakfast have been covering the Cranberries' "Dreams" live for a couple years now, long before Dolores O'Riordan's sudden death earlier this year, but they've just released their take on it in a new recorded version for Spotify's singles series. It was recorded at the streaming service's studios in New York City, and Michelle Zauner…
  3. Hatchie is the project of Harriette Pillbeam, a Brisbane-based artist who's been on the scene for a couple of years playing in bands like Go Violets and Babaganouj. Now, she's breaking out on her own with a new EP on the way called Sugar And Spice. The title track debuted early this month, and we…
  4. Even if you don't think you know Stargate, you definitely know Stargate. Tor Erik Hermanse and Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, the Norwegian-born, Los Angeles-based songwriting and production duo who go by Stargate, have been behind a whole bunch of American pop hits since breaking into the industry in the early 2000s -- Beyoncé's "Irreplaceable," Rihanna's "Rude…
  5. Thundercat's been busy since releasing his 2017 album, Drunk -- he's scored an episode of Atlanta, made his love known for Dragon Ball-Z, and put out some elaborate music videos -- but he hasn't released any new music since then. Until now, that is. Thundercat's first post-Drunk track just debuted as a part of the…