How To Dress Well is back!

After a couple features here and there last year, and his absolutely stunning sophomore Total Loss from 2012, Tom Krell is back with brand new material. ‘Words I Don’t Remember’ takes off where ‘Cold Nites‘ and ‘Ocean Floor For Everything‘ left us; heartbroken but in awe. Once again Tom’s sublime vocals transcend the elegant, atmospheric soundscape of the record as soft synths are carried by sweet HTDW subtitles. No word on an album yet, but this is enough for now – great to hear that falsetto again!

Whilst rumours continue to swarm the internet regarding a certain debut album, from a certain Jai Paul, we think we may have a suitable female counterpart. Introducing Dutch songstress Sevdaliza, whose debut single ‘Clear Air’ is very interesting. While listening to this, you’re reminded of Jai’s ‘Genevieve‘ – recalling it’s playful instrumentation and ghostly vocals. Something about this feels special. Check the songs video here too.


London’s new darling girl-group, Juce, have released a brand new track called ‘Braindead’ which they remarkably recorded in half day with producer Dan Carey, who also helmed their sensational debut single ‘Call You Out’. The new serving is a sensational summer soaked new track, teaming with fabulously airy production and riddled in divine disco-references. Clearly channeling the sounds they were exposed to during their formative years, band members Cherish, Georgia and Chalin all come to the fore with breezy vocals and carefree harmonies. ‘Braindead’ is out on 7″ on the 7th of April via Speedy Wunderground.

These girls. We’ll keep telling you.


Kaytranada reworks AlunaGeorge’s ‘Kaleidoscope Love’ into a bubbling new dance floor anthem featuring a typical vibeyz production from the Canadian producer. Kayranada’s remixes have gathered quite a fan base over the past couple years, the crowd he drew at Deviation last month (check his set here) caught me off guard. Its one thing to see online heads losing their shit but when that translates IRL – it impresses me.

Yeah, I said IRL.

Back in November, Son Lux dropped ‘Easy’, a gorgeously sophisticated number with swirling percussive instrumentation and haunting vocals taken from Lanterns, his most recent LP. Now, a certain teen sensation has jumped on the track to take it to the next level. Yes, it’s Lorde, and yes, it’s bloody amazing. Her eerily dark vocals add a certain rawness to the ghostly horns and mysterious soundscape. Alternate World is the new EP, it features this, and a few other tracks, and it’s out now!


Canada continues to show up. Hot off the heels of his ‘Persian Rug’ release, OVO’s PARTYNEXTDOOR pairs up with our beloved Rochelle Jordan for a smouldering new rendition of his track ‘Let It Rain’, now retitled ‘R A I N’. Vibe seekers, your time.

During our three week blackout hiatus, songstress Shura mesmerised our ears with her beautifully elegant debut single ‘Touch’. The breezy pop tune has now been given an accompanying video, and it’s pretty intimate. Inevitability, some will have their eyes locked onto all those girls kissing. However, it’s the soothing aesthetic from the track’s blissful atmospherics that should really be the centre of attention in the visual. Either way, enjoy!

Hip hop always needs more females, fact. Even with the likes of Angel Haze, Azealia Banks and Iggy Azalea spearheading, it has to be said, its already getting a little boring; especially considering none of the aforementioned have actually produced anything truly noteworthy. That’s where Junglepussy comes in. The name says it all, she’s fierce, full of fire and can spit. In ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’, Junglepussy goes all out – her raw,  distinctive flow is well suited with the brash and intrepid backdrop penned by LE1F collaborator Shy Guy. Listen loud.


Mind blowing shit, get ready. Producer Bok Bok has teamed up with frequent collaborator and Goddess Kelela for a widely epic new single called ‘Melba’s Call’. Seething with other wordily production, its lifted into the heavens by Kelela’s uber-cool vocal stylings. Love this a lot.

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Hot off the heels of his DaM-FunK video, here goes another killer (albeit unexpected) new joint from Snoop Dogg titled ‘Cadillacs’, produced by none other than master, Madlib. Yeah, Madlib. Snoop’s iconic, behind-the-beat flow glides over Quasimoto’s immaculately produced g-funk haze – everything here is just niiice. ‘Cadillacs’ is taken off the DJ Drama-hosted mixtape Thats My Work Vol. 3 dropping today. We’ll update with the link as soon as we can, for now though – light it up.

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