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2015 has been a great year for Hip-Hop and music in general but this week has the release of what may just be the most complete Hip-Hop LP released this year in Vince Staples' "Summertime '06". When you add in the newest from Miguel, Refused and more, you come to realize this one of those special weeks. Hope you're recovered from Glastonbury! [read more]
A bit of a low-key slate for Album and Single releases this week in terms of quantity but there's still a lot to love here, especially the newest albums from Son Lux and Desaparecidos. [read more]
This week's offerings include the latest from Hudson Mohawke, Giorgio Moroder, Neil Young, Ryn Weaver and much more. [read more]
Ratings of 9 and above are pretty rare around here at The 405 but someone has done it and that person is Jenny Hval with Apocalypse, girl. Go out and buy it. [read more]
June has arrived and so have the latest albums from A$AP Rocky, Florence + The Machine, Jamie XX, Major Lazer and loads more. Grab your headphones, you've got work to do! [read more]
We've got a slightly smaller release schedule than usual this week, but there's still some gems to be found. Be sure to check out the latest album from Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and Zhala's self-titled debut album. [read more]
With a score of 8.5 from us, it would be fair to call Torres' new album an essential purchase. If that doesn't do anything for you, why don't you try out the latest records from Hot Chip, Shamir and Faith No More? [read more]
The Tallest Man On Earth's newest LP is right at the top of this week's albums and singles releases, effectively making Monday the best day on Earth. [read more]
The return of Blur is finally here and we couldn't be more happy about it if we tried. [read more]
A highlight of this week's new music is a new album from Built To Spill, the eagerly awaited third LP from Passion Pit, and a new single from Kanye West. [read more]
Don't let the impending Record Store Day on the 18th take all of your cash, you ought to fork over a few bills for this week's Album and Single releases. [read more]
April is here and so is a lot of great new music. [read more]
Let's not kid ourselves - today is all about Sufjan Stevens's new album, Carrie & Lowell. [read more]
It's all happening this week, isn't it? You've got Action Bronson's studio debut LP, a beautiful record by Courtney Barnett, a stunner by Laura Marling and another slice of joy from Lightning Bolt. As always, there's plenty of pristine singles too. [read more]
There's a lot of great music coming out this week but the biggest album released this week has to be Modest Mouse's first LP since 2007's We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. Welcome back, boys. [read more]
This week's musical marquee of Album and Single releases is headlined by Will Butler of Arcade Fire fame, Cold War Kids and former Das Racist wordsmith Heems. [read more]
The glorious pop cut comes from the trio's upcoming debut album ONE.
"There's no touch screen?"
Some people just want to see The Weeknd burn.
Directed by Kris Moyes.
Raeko is the new project from Jason Suwito, who you might know from his other band Sir Sly.
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