HOT: The xx “Together (from #TheGreatGatsby OST)”

If you got the multi-hyphenated, multi-million worth producer Jay Z at the helm of production, expect nothing but the best. And so far, all of the songs featured on #TheGreatGatsby soundtrack haven’t disappointed anyone yet. Listen to yet another intense track from the film’s OST below, Together, from indie heavyweights The XX. Advertisements

HOT: Disclosure x Eliza Doolittle “You And Me”

One of UK’s biggest export in EDM–Disclosure–has unleashed yet another massive single that will inevitably be on the clubs soon you’ll be ashamed not to know it. After collaborating with equally-talented acts Sam Smith and AlunaGeorge, the brothers have teamed up with Eliza Doolittle for You and Me (really, that’s the title). Two-stepping might be … Continue reading

HOT: Daft Punk x Pharrell Williams ‘Get Lucky’

This is the reason why we don’t want to post any misleading news until the song officially comes out, and today is the day–after a handful of gossip, write-ups and radio rips–when Daft Punk finally drops their new material alongside Pharrell Williams. You’ve seen the SNL teaser, now stream Get Lucky over at iTunes. GET … Continue reading

HOT: Jay-Z ‘Open Letter’

Mr Carter looks pretty busy these days. Apart from helping out on the soundtrack of The Great Gatsby, hip-hop’s reigning king Jay-Z surprised his contingents by dishing out a scorching new track Open Letter. Stream the Timbaland/Swizz Beatz-produced song below.

HOT: Jimmy Wat World ‘I Will Steal You Back’

Alternative alums Jimmy Eat World returns with a new album, and boy do we missed their music. Their seventh studio album Damage is set to be released in June, and the first single I Will Steal You Back is available for your listening pleasure below.

HOT: CSS ‘Hangover’

Sao Paolo’s CSS short for Cansei de Ser Sexy doesn’t sound like they’re being too tired to being sexy at all. In fact, the Brazilian group is set to launch their follow up to 2011’s La Liberacion on June 11 via a new album called Planta. Catch the new track included in the album, an indie-electronic, wobbly … Continue reading