We pick some of the brightest sounds of the underground, from Britain's Du Blonde to Singapore's Pastelpower.
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The Swedish quintet on vexing visas, transcending gender, and discovering Wal-Mart 'n' grits on their first US tour.
More highlights featuring Stromae, Courtney Barnett, Mew, Ibeyi, Hinds, and other up-and-coming and global acts at the Austin-based festival.
From Iceland's Vök to Norway's Susanna and beyond, here are twenty uncompromising Northern European artists making adventurous jazz hybrids with pop appeal.
Oslo, Norway-based festival by:Larm prides itself on presenting the best in upcoming artists from Norway, Finland, Sweden, Iceland, and Denmark before the rest of us...
From the Diamond Waves EP. Directed by David Nord.
Which was your favorite featured video this week? Cast your vote for videos by Raury, Alesso and Roy English, or LayLow and Patoranking.
Directed by Emil Nava.
Directed by Jonas Hong Soo Eriksson.
Directed by Dohnberg & Nadia Nair.
Directed by Ian & Cooper.
Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between videos by Kodaline, Chvrches, Eric Prydz, Madeon and Passion Pit.
Check out our picks for the best music visuals of the month!
Therein lies the fun Hassle’s newest EP, Somebody’s Party. Despite all the stylized slickness of his tunes, he’s not afraid to get his hands dirty while attempting to...
From the album, Perfect Storm. Directed by Rikkard Häggbom.
Which was your favorite featured video this week? You have until 11am EST next Friday to cast your vote. Choose between videos by Purity Ring, Tove Styrke and Francisca...
Directed by Rúnar Ingi.
Videos are the perfect way for music fans to acquaint themselves with new songs and artists. For the first month of 2015, we chose five acts that do a first-rate job in...
The smoky, banjo-laden hip-hop track featured in the "Better Call Saul" trailer is the work of Swedish urban folk collective, Billy Momo.
Tell us which music video was your favorite this week. KONGOS' "I Want to Know"? First Aid Kit's "Master Pretender"? Or Weird Together's "No Compromise"? Cast your vote!