Things are moving super fast! A little too fast! We can’t keep up with all the good stuff that drops every day on the interwebs. While we try post every new track, album, mixtape, video, and MP3 download that we love on the site, it’s impossible to post everything, which means some quality newness gets missed. So, we serve up The Leftovers.
The Official Albums Chart will include audio streams for the first time from next month (March, 2015), the Official Charts Company can confirm today. The move to include streaming into the Albums Chart follows the successful addition of streams to the Official Singles Chart eight months ago and reflects the dramatic growth in streaming, which has doubled over the past year from 25 million streams a day in January 2014 to 50 million in January 2015. Data will be collected from streaming services such as Spotify, Deezer, Napster, Google Play, O2 Tracks, Rdio and Xbox Music. The change will come into effect from the week of the BRIT Awards (wb February 23), with the first Official Albums Chart Top 100 incorporating audio streams being published on Sunday, March 1 2015 on OfficialCharts.com. You can listen to all our playlists over on Spotify.
Jungle and Oliver Hadlee Pearch unveil yet another stunning visual. Watch the official video for “Julia.” There was a fan made video by David Dean Burkhart, but that’s been pulled down.
Oakland, CA-based act Waterstrider dropped a new single “Calliope” complete with visual counterpart. Their debut album Nowhere Now is due out April 6th.
Mélat drops a special Valentines Day track for all you in the lovin’ mood (but even those who ain’t, will love this!)…
Anderson.Paak and Knxlwledge are working together as NxWorries. “Suede” is their first single. Tuck in below.
Listen to the new song from Icelandic-born, Copenhagen-based artist DíSA. The dark electronic track is from her upcoming debut EP, due out March 23rd.