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July 2018 Playlist: The Top 65 Tunes of the Month
Sweater Beats Releases New Single "Enemy" Featuring Sorana: Watch
Artist Spotlight: Chloe Lilac Releases Mellow Record...
Christian Kuya Shows What the Top "Feel Like" in New...
[Exclusive Interview]: Summer Days with Hit-Makers A R I Z O N A
Natty Reeves Unveils 'Siren' EP, Talks Inspiration,...
Sam Stan Returns With "Outta My League" Music Video: Watch
Notifi Returns With New Track, "Won't Get Lonely": Listen
The Internet Release New Album, 'Hive Mind': Listen
Premiere: Primoz Get the Party Started "Over &...
8 Years of One Direction and We Still Haven't Moved On
Watch Ciara Show Off Her Notorious Dance Moves in...
Rap Sensation DEVMO Just 'Change My Mind' With New EP: Listen
Ben Dragon Sends Kids on Paper Chase For Music Video...
BZZY is Back with New Track, "Firefly": Listen
[Exclusive]: Interview with KINGDM, Shares His...
Brand'Nu Has Love in His "Pocket" in New Music Video: Watch
Local Artists Rejoice: Spotify Launches New Feature...
Unlimited Gravity Makes a Scene with New Video For...
Sounds for the Summer: Introducing Louie Free
ErnieWoodLo Stands Out in Eerie New Music Video,...
Lil Papi Jay & Peewee Longway are Iced-Out on "Holy Water": Watch
Gonzo the Great & Mozzy Debut New Singles, "Ain't No...
Identifying Mystery Boy: Interview With Ro Ransom
Stam Goody Tells Us 'Defining Moments' in New EP: Listen
Lingo Naiton Goes Trappin' in New Music Video, "Back...
Breakaway Music Festival 2018 Announces Full Lineup For Nashville
Harry Styles: Live on Tour (Review)
New artists: GoGo Penguin, Spafford, Dear Seattle, Jorja Smith
Our two standout favorites of June:
The month of June was dominated by Kanye. He ended a five week span of releasing albums all either by or produced by him. The third of the five was his collaborative project with longtime friend Kid Cudi, Kids See Ghosts. Blending the genres of rock and hip-hop seamlessly, the two put together an album with a central theme of overcoming struggle for newfound love. The project was an immediate commercial success, and even earned a 10/10 rating from TheNeedleDrop.
Monthly Mixtape 2018: October’s Rotation
[Exclusive Interview]: Rapper Jordan Hollywood
Exclusive Interview with UK Rockers Pretty Vicious
Snail Mail released its debut album during the hectic month, and was also an immediate success. Sometimes it’s hard for an indie band to gain traction so rapidly, but Snail Mail did it successfully, releasing an album that showcases textbook indie-rock sounds of past and present. If you haven’t, listen to their debut album Lush.
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