The best place to find new music on the web. Every day, thousands of people around the world write about music they love — and it all ends up here.
> > > > > №62 Oct 7, 2015
Stack delivers a mix of the most interesting new music on the web, handpicked by the Hype Machine team. A custom compilation of the week, from our hearts to your inbox. PLAY ALL TRACKS

Whitney - No Matter Where We Go

Download: AmazoniTunes
Today we launch our latest Recommended feature, highlighting music blog-curated events during CMJ next week (check it out here). Smith Westerns-connected band Whitney are one of many playing AdHoc's (very unofficial) show at a real car wash in Brooklyn.

Iglooghost - Saturn Rice

Download: Amazon
One to watch, this 18 year old UK producer's last effort was a collab with West Coast MC Mr. Yote (released, via Slugabed's label, as a pink helium balloon with download code). Next, he drops an EP on FlyLo's Brainfeeder label featuring Cuushe among the guests.

Ocean Hope - By Your Side

Posted by 8 blogs • Download: Amazon
Given their Cocteau Twins-like sound and creative history with fellow Grecians Keep Shelly In Athens, this brother-sister duo unsurprisingly has the ear of Gorilla Vs. Bear, among others. He finds their debut "elegantly melodramatic and hypnotically off-kilter."

Kill J - You're Good But I'm Better

Posted by 16 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
The latest from Danish singer-songwriter Kill J is crushing our charts. "An expert mash of r&b, electro and bubblegum pop," says Okayplayer, this ex-lover's anthem (coming out on Copenhagen-based label No3), "pads a bitter pill with an irresistible groove."

Malory - Dah

Download: AmazoniTunes
Ex-ballerina and Silent Barn resident (btw) Malory Butler has an EP out soon on Godmode (Shamir, YVETTE). Thump digs this lead track (and its NY-at-night video) that pulsates with "staccato samples, too-warm-for-tech bass, and strong atmospherics."

Alex G - Kicker

Posted by 10 blogs • Download: AmazoniTunes
Beach Music, the weird and wonderful new album from Philadelphia-based songwriter Alex G, on Domino Records.

The FADER declares there's no such thing as “first” anymore. In that spirit, we're sharing this article two weeks late:

“In 2015—in music, especially—the first has been drowned by the flood. Exclusivity has given way to ubiquity. The novelty of the new has been replaced by its omnipresence."

Thanks for listening!

- Dave, Dev & Team Hype Machine


Want to be notified when the track changes?

Click Allow to get desktop notifications when Hype Machine is in the background.