Peruvian-born, Los Angeles-based rapper/producer A.CHAL drops some smooth stuff in his latest track, “GAZI”.

As he puts it, “GAZI” is a “a moody and self-reflective record where I share the reality of living on the blurred line between ‘making it happen’ and ‘faking it till you make it”.

We like it.

Thomston – Collarbones


Thomston gives us his first track of 2015 and our first look at his Backbone EP (out April 20th) with his latest release, “Collarbones”.

A dark, minimalist track, “Collarbones” is measured in its every word. As Thomston explained to The Fader, ‘This song is my last summer. It’s about a friend in a rough place, and feeling completely out of your depths, not knowing how to help. It’s about wanting to live in a state of blissful ignorance.” — the lyrics reflect as much.

Emotional, impassioned, scared. “Collarbones” is a wonderfully crafted song.

“But I need you. It’s hard to make you not forget that we need you. After all this time, I’m starting to see you. Convince me that you’re fine. Please. I can see your collarbones and baby, I’m scared. Never thought I’d be so unprepared.”