Listen: Angel Olsen - "May As Well"

Angel Olsen offers up another devastatingly slow-burning track to be featured on her upcoming deluxe edition of Burn Your Fire For No Witness, her 2014 LP that we've been spinning more and more lately. As always, "May As Well" features the songtress' heart on her sleeve, brimming with brutal honesty and unbridled heartbreak that's really unparalleled at this point. You can pre-order the deluxe edition here, which also features three additional bonus tracks (out November 18 on Jagjaguwar).


October 2014 Mix

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Tracklist after the jump...

Listen: Giraffage - "Tell Me"

Giraffage is gearing up to release his 5-track No Reason EP come November 18th via Fool's Gold. He dropped the first single today in "Tell Me", a smooth R&B jam that's in line with some of the Bay Area producer's best tracks. It looks like he's staying away from samples completely on the new EP, but we could care less if all the tracks are as groovy and danceable as this (see: "Tell Me" breakdown). You can pre-order No Reason here.



Listen: BAILE x Camille Corazón - "Too Much"

Brooklyn-based producer BAILE is hot off last month's From The Depths EP, one of our favorite releases of the year so far, and it's no surprise that his latest track is a further exemplification of everything we loved about the project. BAILE teams up with songstress Camille Corazón to deliver a collaboratively heart wrenching piece, pairing vocals with the low-registering reaches of production that BAILE shows an adept affinity for. What results is a mesmerizing display of dizzying synths and an even more impressive performance by Corazón, who effortlessly floats over the winding beat. Check out "Too Much" below.

Watch: Sirma - "Trigger"

Check out the appropriately dark video for Sirma's chilling "Trigger". [Directed by Daniel Goldhaber & Michael Bucuzzo]


Listen: Tkay Maidza - Switch Tape

Check out the dynamic debut mixtape from Zimbabwe-bred artist Tkay Maidza, featuring remixes, guest spots, and original tracks that span a multitude of genres. Track list after the jump. [via]