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Lykke Li goes acoustic with a cover of Drake’s “Hold On, We’re Going Home”

The Scandi-pop artist brought out her third studio album back in May and has used her time touring to bring fans a taste of hip-hop at her live shows in the last week.

Stream NX Records’ new compilation album ahead of their launch gig tonight

NX Records are holding a launch party tonight (21 November) at St. James' Church in Hatcham, featuring performances from Leiik, Matagot, Tweed & Hyenas and Semi Precious.

Two new Beyoncé tracks are available to stream now

The deluxe edition of her surprise-released 2013 LP will feature collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Jay Z, Kanye West and Pharrell. It's set for release 24 November.

Stream and download Le Very’s Playground EP now, exclusively on Best Fit

The quintet strike a balance between the intricate indie math-jazz of early Foals and the earth-shattering maximal detonations from stadium noodlers Muse.

Joey Bada$$ confirms release date for debut album B4.DA.$$

The rapper will drop the album 20 January - his birthday - via Cinematic Music Group/Pro Era.

Pale Seas uncover “Blood Return” live session, the second in a series of ten previewing debut album

Pale Seas are readying their first full-length, but in the meantime, they are releasing a set of acoustic sessions, previewing each track, over the next few months via Best Fit.

Flaming Lips join Yoko Ono on “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” for Amazon Prime album

The unusual pairing are part of a 43-track Christmas stocking-filler brought to you by Amazon.

Watch an in-depth interview with MOURN, exclusively on Best Fit

Inspired by the likes of Sleater-Kinney, Sunny Day Real Estate and PJ Harvey, the Catalan foursome make confrontational tracks about people they hate with titled like "Boys Are Cunts".

The Decemberists preview new music video starring Nick Offerman

Offerman plays eccentric German '70s talk show host Franz Lieberwurstshlesser, who has a flimsy grasp of English and a passion for mustard.

The new Bastille x Grades video is the weirdest thing you’ll see today

With an emotional message at its core, it starts innocuously enough before careening into full-blown (pun slightly intended) strangeness.

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