BenediktBalcony Dream Benedikt is a 9-piece indie folk orchestra based out of the city of Oslo, Norway. Originally the solo project of Hans Olav Settem, over time it was able to grow in size and popularity while maintaining an intimate […]
10 years ago from this coming Sunday, NYC band TV on the Radio released Nine Types of Light. This week, 133 Minutes releases its ninth episode with some unintentional themes and an international flair. Jason Thurston & Owen Bryant host […]
Hot off the presses, we’re giving you the long-awaited eighth series of our weekly new music program at Subject. 70 and sunny means it’s time for summer vibes, and we jam packed this playlist with bright beats and smooth feels. […]
Rosesleeves9920DEADLINE The first thing you’ll hear on any Rosesleeves song is an excerpt from the movie Beautiful Boy with Timothy Chalet and Steve Carell. It may only be a handful of seconds, but it’s the emotionally-charged emblematic scene that sets […]
Destin ConradCOLORWAY A wise man once said, “Even the worst Frank Ocean song is better than 90% of all songs.” Destin Conrad puts this theory into full effect with his debut album COLORWAY. Conrad pulls heavily from early Drake and […]
Your LossII[Your Loss/DMY] Your Loss is an alternative grime duo hailing from London that deliver a distinguishable sound sitting somewhere between JPEGMAFIA and Stormzy. Their newest and sophomore release picks up where their debut left off as Ramon, the producer […]
There’s so much great new music out there we’re doing two episodes this week, one tonight, and one tomorrow! Owen and Jason host a YouTube playlist with the week’s best new music!
Our weekly new music show, where we run down the week’s best new music. With your hosts Jason Thurston and Owen Bryant.
CJLoyalty Over Royalty[CJ Music Group/Warner] After his breakout megahit “Whoopty” hit the New York drill scene and internet at large, CJ knew it wasn’t a fluke. In his debut LP, his style polishes the gritty 808-heavy beats and haphazard flows […]
DVRu can call me dillion[DVR] The newest EP by the Scottish-born indie artist dvr is equal parts temperamental and touching, which makes more sense when you realize he’s only 17 years old. The emotions on tracks like “friends” and “16” […]