Editors’ Picks

David Bowie
“Sue (Or In a Season of Crime)”

A "jazz-oriented" single brimming with restless bursts of brass, vaudevillian vocals, and a drum beat that's a few BPMs away from being an "Amen" break

SONG OF THE DAY:
Mr Twin Sister, “In the House of Yes”

Moving beneath a mirror ball as mid-tempo disco melodies are soaked in strings and a steady rhythm section

SONG OF THE DAY:
Boots, “Mercy”

"Sometimes producers and other people just wanna get their shine on"

ALBUM OF THE DAY:
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Complete Discography

SONG OF THE DAY:
NehruvianDOOM, “Om”

Ring in the 10th anniversary of Madvillain with yet another solid DOOM collab

SONG OF THE DAY: Perfume Genius, “Queen”

A bold step forward, leaving the spare backdrop of his last two LPs behind for more experimental fare

ALBUM OF THE DAY:
Wolves in the Throne Room, Celestite

The not-quite-black-metal band expands their universe by referencing Tangerine Dream, Popol Vuh and Brian Eno

SONG OF THE DAY:
Grimes + Blood Diamonds, “Go”

"It’s our summer jam so we figured we should put it out"

ALBUM OF THE DAY:
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Seek Warmer Climes

"Stagnancy is for the lazy"

SONG OF THE DAY:
White Fence, “Like That”

"My room was tired of me, so we took a break, and I fucked some other room"

ALBUM OF THE DAY:
Pete Namlook
Air I + II

From Atlantis to interzone

ALBUM OF THE DAY:
Jon Hassell & Brian Eno
Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics

"'Fourth World' is an entire week of Saturdays. It's about heart and head as the same thing... a beautiful girl and a beautiful situation at the same time."

SONG OF THE DAY:
Cold Specks, “Absisto”

The singer's recent Swans sessions appear to have rubbed off a bit

SONG OF THE DAY: Swans, “A Little God in My Hands”

If only more of our weeks ended like this

SONG OF THE DAY:
Fatima Al Qadiri, “Szechuan”