Mr. Little Jeans

First known for her dub-stepped interpretation of Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs,” Mr. Little Jeans has since won over fans with her dreamy, dancey music, and her cover of “Single Ladies” didn’t hurt, either. Her new single, “Oh Sailor” (and its accompanying music video) has us lost in a world of kaleidoscopic, cosmic genius. We got

U.S. of Nasty

On this too-hot-to-stop Independence Day, I stand for the right to wade under palm trees while wearing some stars and stripes and clutching a cold can of premium American Beer.  So you, too, can let freedom ring with this mixtape that I hereby dedicate to the patriotic babe who just wants to party.  Because, as Cher

Teen Dream

Get a sugar rush to the head with this 90s (and one Noughties) playlist inspired by our Lazy Oaf x Nasty Gal collaboration, out today. So strap on your discman—and your finest watermelon hot pants—and get ready to vibe out! “Hollaback Girl” by Gwen Stefani

Random Access Memories

Climb aboard Daft Punk’s sonic starship as the futuristic duo unveil a mix of throwback grooves and trippy dance tracks with their latest album Random Access Memories.  It almost serves as a f*ck you to the overindulged electronic sounds on blast at clubs by revisiting the beginnings of disco, paying homage to legend Giorgio Morodor (the mastermind

Beach Vibes

You’re beach bag’s not quite packed until you’ve got the proper tunes in tow. Lucky for you, we’ve got you covered in both departments. Here: Our endless summer beach playlist.

She’s A Lady

Nicole Wray and Terri Walker, the soulful songbirds behind Lady, aren’t exactly new to the scene—even if their group would be found squarely in the “emerging” category. But these two have been working—by which they mean exercising those pitch perfect vocal chords—in the industry for years with the likes of Missy Elliot, The Black Keys

L.A. Represent!

Our fair city is a sonic ghost town, as all our musical talents are too busy blowing up Austin to keep the light on here at home. Here, just a few of our favorite local bands who are in the process of showing SXSW how we do things out in Los Angeles.