Walter Ego is at his grimiest on Bad Taste EP.
Toy Tonics return with a blast of futuristic zen house from the 'freaky German wunderkid'.
Beardyman's video is a modern day love story for the club generation (with added gurn).
Love's intensities send shivers on this poised and haunting return from the Californian composer.
Why a self-confessed "shitbag" rapper deserves great credit for making an anti-banger.
Look past the tags and tropes, and there's a brilliant pop song here.
With just a piano and his voice, the Canadian singer-songwriter sounds bolder and better than ever.
Hype can only get you so far; great tunes will get you a lot further.
The London producer might've had a bad week but, musically, he's not put a foot wrong.
As revellers ring bells over the death of Margaret Thatcher, Wyatt's poignant words sound out even louder.
The producer's collaboration with the Wu-Tang rapper shows he's in no need of a confidence boost.
The LA producer and the R&B star have never sounded more zeitgeist-y but are we all just getting off on a jingle?
Ambient genius Wolfgang Voigt brought sensationalism to his set at London's Barbican.
Solange soars but Ocean doesn't disappoint.
'Beat Tape 2' is music your parents wouldn't object to, which isn't a bad thing.
The dubstep poster-boy's return sounds like a man suddenly sure of himself, and is resolutely our song of the week.
Tiga reviews 'Alpha' – the second full-length project from Matthew Dear's minimal alias Audion.
The New York-based producer drops a low visibility haze of crunchy lo-fi house that will guide you deep into the night.
Dummy gets a first hand experience of Cape Town's booming house scene.