15 Years Of Toolroom Records – Listen To Our Top 15 Toolroom Releases

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Turning 15 years old marks a huge milestone for Toolroom. Since their inception in 2003, they have released some era-defining club records; built a roster of artists house fans truly believe in; and brought the Toolroom brand across the world with residencies, one-off shows and festival stages. Over the last 15 years Toolroom have remained

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The 10 Best The Weeknd Songs

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“I just wanna take you there.” These were the first words we ever heard from Abel Tesfaye, uttered in a sinful, irresistible whisper over a warped-out fairytale score backed by lurching 808s. This was in 2011, when the Canadian high school dropout was still in the midst of a perfectly crafted mystique — a veiled … More »

The 10 Best Wye Oak Songs

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Wye OakWe often perceive indie rock of the early 21st century through two defining lenses: the era of New York’s early ’00s retro-revival and the rise of Brooklyn and mainstream indie that supplanted it by the end of that decade. There were, of course, all sorts of other scenes in other places — in orbit or … More »

The 10 Best Smashing Pumpkins Songs

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Throughout the long and tumultuous history of the Smashing Pumpkins, there’s never really been a prolonged period of anything resembling tranquility. There’s never been a moment where they could actually bring themselves to sit back and enjoy their victory together. From the earliest days, there were breakups and addiction. There was Billy Corgan at the … More »

The 10 Best Hot Chip Songs

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For nearly 15 years now, Hot Chip have been releasing effervescent, wildly infectious synthpop albums like clockwork. Up until recently, you got a Hot Chip album every two years, and you could always rely on them to have at least a few ridiculously catchy bangers, a handful of new songs you couldn’t wait to hear … More »

10 Tracks From January That May Have Gone Under Your Radar

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Well, today is Super Bowl Sunday and January has officially just wrapped up. With tons of new music getting dropped across every genre every single Friday, it’s easy for a great track to slip under your radar. When you have monster releases from artists like Hardwell, Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Tritonal, The Chainsmokers, Datsik, &

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The 10 Best Simple Minds Songs

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There was a common trajectory for the great new wave artists of the ’80s. With many of them having come out of punk in the ’70s, their beginnings were often more avant-garde than they might be given credit for, visionary collisions of post-punk and various dance music forms and pioneering electronic music in the lineage … More »

Grammys 2018: Performances From Worst To Best

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Before this year’s Grammys, news broke that Lorde would not be performing at the ceremony, since the producers wouldn’t let her sing one of her own songs — an invitation extended to all four other Album Of The Year nominees, all of whom were men. So in looking at this year’s performances, of which … More »

The 10 Best Cranberries Songs

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The Cranberries were one of the alt-rock era’s biggest successes. That’s true in numerical terms: The Irish band’s first two albums, 1993’s Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? and 1994’s No Need To Argue, went platinum five and seven times over, respectively, yielding enough hit singles to keep the Cranberries all over … More »

32 Bands We Want To See Reunite For Coachella 2018

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It’s a new year, and very soon the music events of 2017 will fade further into the rearview and we’ll be greeted with 2018’s first big releases and announcements. As far as the latter goes, we’re nearing that time where all the big Spring and Summer festivals begin to unveil their lineups. And if recent … More »