If you happened to have moved to New York City from the Midwest (or Canada) in your late twenties, press play and get ready to cry your eyes out. If you're anyone else, prepare to dance.
Iggy Azalea - "Work"
The Australian hip-hop artist posted images from Death Proof, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert to her Facebook page a week before dropping this video for "Work," and once you watch it you'll understand why.
Earl Sweatshirt - "Whoa"
The latest tease for Doris, Earl Sweatshirt's forthcoming LP via Tan Cressida/Columbia, appears to take inspiration from "that old fuckin' 2010 shit," and as such the video is a visual feast of crusty food remains, air fresheners, and a middle-aged ballerina. The Odd Future rapper may be lounging in slippers on an inflatable raft in a shallow rainwater-filled pool, but his rhymes are still as ambitious and fresh as ever.
Sarah Williams White = "Close to the Equator"
South Londoner Sarah Williams White conjures late-'90s Baduizms in this new track, which you can also download for free here.
Mother Falcon - "Dirty Summer"
As the SXSW throngs descend upon Mother Falcon's hometown, the Austinites have unrolled this orchestral welcome mat. Meanwhile, all of us poor saps left behind will be playing this Justin Timberlake x Daft Punk mashup/pick-me-up on repeat.