Song Exploder

By Hrishikesh Hirway

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Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode features an artist discussing a song of theirs, breaking down the sounds and ideas that went into the writing and recording. Hosted and produced by Hrishikesh Hirway.

Episode Date
Selena Gomez - Lose You to Love Me

Selena Gomez is a singer, songwriter, and actress, who’s spent most of her life in the public eye. She started her acting career as a child, and put out her first albums as a teenager. She’s had three number one albums and eight Top 10 hits, and in 2017, Billboard named her Woman of the Year. At one point, she was the most followed person on Instagram, and the details of her life are constantly discussed in tabloid headlines.

So, when your private life is that public, how do you write a song about something as personal as heartbreak? Selena teamed up with the Grammy-winning production duo Mattman & Robin, who she’d worked with before. And she turned to her longtime songwriting collaborators, Julia Michaels and Justin Tranter. Julia Michaels is also a Grammy-nominated artist in her own right, and Justin Tranter, also a Grammy nominee, was named BMI’s 2017 Pop Songwriter of the Year. The three of them have written 10 songs together, including this one, “Lose You to Love Me.” The song came out in October 2019, and went on to become Selena’s first number-one hit. It went double-platinum in the US, and was named one of the best songs of the year by Vulture and Billboard. In this episode, Selena, Julia and Justin break down how the song came to be.

Sep 23, 2020
Reissue: Ludwig Göransson - Black Panther

On August 28, 2020, actor Chadwick Boseman died. He was only 43 years old. Unbeknownst to many, even some of his closest collaborators, he’d been battling colon cancer since 2016. His family released a statement, and in it, they said, "It was the honor of his career to bring King T’Challa to life in Black Panther." After hearing the news, I went back and re-watched the movie, and I don’t know, it was a completely different experience this time. I went and listened to the score again, and that had changed for me, too. So, I wanted to back and share this episode from 2018, about a piece of the film’s score by composer Ludwig Göransson. It’s one of my favorites, and since it first aired, Ludwig went on to win the Grammy and Oscar for the Black Panther score.

I hope you enjoy this re-visiting this episode, and I hope it makes you remember how great Black Panther is, and how great Chadwick Boseman is in it, in a role that defined a career that was way too short.

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Marvel’s Black Panther was released in theaters on February 16, 2018, and in just a few weeks, it made over a billion dollars worldwide. It’s already broken some box office records and it looks like it’s going to break some more. The score for the film was created by Swedish composer Ludwig Göransson. His film and tv credits include Creed and New Girl. He’s also Grammy-nominated producer, who’s worked most often with rapper Childish Gambino. In this episode, Ludwig takes apart one of his pieces from Black Panther. The track is called "Killmonger," and it’s the theme for Erik Killmonger, a character played by Michael B. Jordan. Black Panther is set in the fictional African nation of Wakanda, and coming up, Ludwig tells the story of doing research and making recordings in Africa, and how he incorporated that into the score for the film.

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Sep 16, 2020
Kelly Lee Owens - On

Kelly Lee Owens is an electronic music producer and songwriter originally from Wales. She’s released two critically acclaimed albums and done remixes for Björk and St. Vincent. Her most recent album is is called Inner Song. It came out in August, following what Kelly described as the hardest three years of her life. In this episode, she takes apart her song "On," and explains how its tone and shifts mirrored her journey processing her own trauma.

Sep 09, 2020
Black Pumas - Colors

Black Pumas formed in Austin, Texas in 2017, when singer Eric Burton met producer Adrian Quesada. Their self-titled debut was released in June 2019, and got them a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. In this episode, they break down their hit song “Colors,” which Eric started writing ten years ago, when he was first learning how to play guitar.

Aug 26, 2020
The 1975 - The Birthday Party

The 1975 are a band from Manchester, England, made up of Matty Healy, Adam Hann, Ross MacDonald, and George Daniel. They started playing music together in 2002, when they were teenagers. Since then, they’ve released four albums, won three Brit awards, and gotten two Grammy nominations. Their most recent album, Notes on a Conditional Form, came out in May 2020. In this episode, Matty and George break down how they made the song “The Birthday Party.”

Aug 12, 2020
Waxahatchee - Fire

Katie Crutchfield is a singer and songwriter from Birmingham, Alabama. She’s been making music under the name Waxahatchee since 2010. Her fifth album, Saint Cloud, came out this past March. Pitchfork named it Best New Music, and The Guardian called it the best album of the year so far. In this episode, Katie breaks down how she made the song “Fire."

Jul 29, 2020
Khruangbin - So We Won't Forget

Khruangbin is a band from Houston, Texas, who first formed in 2010. NME called them the "low key superstars" of psychedelic music. They’ve released three albums. The most recent, which came out in June 2020, is called Mordechai.

In the past, most of Khruangbin’s songs have been instrumental, or if they did have vocals, they'd be minimal. Their new album is different. It features vocals prominently, and in this episode, the three of them explain their philosophy on vocals and their process on writing lyrics. I spoke to each of them to get their perspective on how they made the song "So We Won’t Forget."

Jul 15, 2020
Apparat - Goodbye (Theme from "Dark")

The Netflix original series Dark debuted in December 2017. It’s a really mysterious, mind-bending German science fiction show with a unique tone. A big part of that tone is announced every episode with the music in the show’s opening title sequence. It’s the song “Goodbye,” by German electronic artist Apparat, the solo project of Sascha Ring. This song actually came out years ago, on the 2011 Apparat album The Devil’s Walk. Since then, before it was used as the theme song for Dark, it’s been featured in a bunch of films and commercials, and notably, in the Season 4 finale of Breaking Bad. The final season of Dark just came out last week, so I wanted to find out how the show’s theme music was made. “Goodbye” features vocals from Anja Plaschg, an Austrian artist who makes music under the name Soap&Skin. In this episode, Sascha and Anja break down how the song was created.

Jul 01, 2020
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones, Pt. II

The rappers Prodigy and Havoc met when they were still in high school in New York. Havoc grew up in Queensbridge, the biggest public housing projects in the country, and as a teenager, Prodigy lived there for a while, too. The two of them formed Mobb Deep in 1991.

In 1995, they put out their second album, The Infamous. It was a success when it came out, but in the 25 years since then, the influence of the album has only grown. Complex named it one of the 10 best rap albums of the 90s, and Pitchfork gave the album a rare perfect score, 10 out of 10. The Washington Post called it a “masterpiece” of hardcore rap, and in Slate, it was called one of the best albums of the ‘90s, and one of the best hip-hop albums ever made.

Their biggest song from the album was “Shook Ones, Pt. II.” Havoc made the now-legendary beat that he and Prodigy rap over. To celebrate the 25th anniversary, Havoc told me the story of how the whole song came together. Prodigy passed away in 2017, from complications due to sickle-cell anemia, a debilitating disease he’d battled his entire life. But the legacy of Mobb Deep lives on. A new, expanded, 25th anniversary edition of The Infamous just came out in April.

Jun 17, 2020
Reissue: Michael Kiwanuka - Black Man in a White World

Instead of a new episode this week, revisiting this episode originally published in May 2017. Please consider donating to local and national organizations engaged in the work of racial equality. Here are some slinks:

Michael Kiwanuka is a singer/songwriter from London. His second album, Love and Hate, came out in 2016, and was named one of the Best Albums of the Year from the BBC, NME, The Guardian, GQ, and more. One of the songs on the album was used as the theme for the hit HBO series Big Little Lies. In this episode, Michael breaks down the song "Black Man in a White World."

Jun 04, 2020
100 gecs - Money Machine

100 gecs is a duo, made up of Laura Les and Dylan Brady. In 2016, they put out an EP called 100 gecs, and three years later, they released their first album, called 1000 gecs. It was named the Best Album of 2019 in Vice and in The New York Times. It was also on year-end lists in Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Stereogum and more. Dylan lives in Los Angeles, and Laura in Chicago—they work remotely, sending files back and forth to each other. In this episode, the two of them break down how they made the song "Money Machine."

May 20, 2020
Laura Marling - Song for Our Daughter

Laura Marling is a singer and songwriter from London. She won the Brit Award for Best British Female Solo Artist—she’s been nominated five times for that, along with the Mercury Prize, and the Grammy for Best Folk Album. Since 2008, she’s released seven albums. The most recent album is called Song for Our Daughter. It’s also the name of the song that she takes apart in this episode.

May 06, 2020
Tame Impala - It Might Be Time

Tame Impala is the project of Kevin Parker, a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer from Perth, Australia. Since putting his first EP in 2008, Tame Impala has been nominated for two Grammys and won eight of Australia’s ARIA Awards. Multiple albums of his have been named best of the year. As a producer, he has collaborated with Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, The Weeknd, and more. The most recent Tame Impala album is The Slow Rush, which came out in February 2020. For this episode, Kevin chose to take apart the song, "It Might Be Time."

Apr 22, 2020
FKA twigs - Mirrored Heart

FKA twigs is a singer, songwriter, and producer from London. She’s released three EPs and two albums. Her most album, Magdalene, came out in November, 2019, and was named one of the best albums of the year by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Time, NME, and more.

For this episode, twigs chose the song "Mirrored Heart" from Magdalene. She wrote and produced it in Los Angeles with a few collaborators, but it’s an intensely personal song.

Apr 08, 2020
Nathaniel Rateliff - And It's Still Alright

Nathaniel Rateliff is a singer and songwriter from Colorado. He’s released four solo albums, and two with his band, the Night Sweats.

Those two Night Sweats albums were produced by Richard Swift, who passed away in 2018. In a statement, his family said that he "suffered from alcohol addiction, and it’s ultimately what took his life." Nathaniel Rateliff’s new solo album, And It’s Still Alright, was supposed to be produced by Richard Swift as well, but Richard died before they could work together again. In this episode, Nathaniel breaks down the title track, which was inspired by his own complicated relationship with alcohol, and by his friendship with Richard Swift.

Mar 25, 2020
Eric Nam - Love Die Young

Eric Nam is a Korean-American pop singer from Atlanta. He’s currently lives in Seoul, South Korea, where he found fame as a K-pop star. He was named “2016 Man of the Year” by GQ Korea, and Forbes named him one of their “30 under 30 Asia.”

But his success in Korea has been complicated a little by what he wanted to do with his career versus what he felt he was allowed to do. As his career as an artist has evolved, he’s gotten closer and closer to making the music he wants to make. In November 2019, Eric released Before We Begin — his first album entirely in English. In this episode, Eric Nam and producer Rabitt break down a song from that album called “Love Die Young.”

Mar 11, 2020
Soccer Mommy - Circle the Drain

Sophie Allison makes music under the name Soccer Mommy. Her debut album came out in 2018, when she was 20 years old, and the New York Times named it one of the best album of the year. Her second album, Color Theory, comes out this week, and it includes this song, "Circle the Drain." In this episode, she takes "Circle the Drain" apart and explains how it was influenced by songs from her childhood.

Feb 26, 2020
Caribou - Home

Dan Snaith has been making Caribou records since 2001. He won Canada’s Polaris music prize in 2007, and this month, he’s releasing the seventh Caribou album, Suddenly.

In this episode, Dan breaks down the song “Home.” He talks about how he managed to get past several moments of creative uncertainty to figure out the final track.

Feb 12, 2020
Vagabon - Water Me Down

When Laetitia Tamko started making the second Vagabon album, she really wanted to produce the entire thing on her own. It would be a new sound, and producing was still a relatively new skill to her, but she wanted to tackle it head on, and do it all herself. On this song, though, "Water Me Down," Laetitia actually has a co-producer, Eric Littman. It’s the one exception to her otherwise entirely self-produced album. In this episode, she breaks down how she and Eric made the song, and why it was worth making that exception.

Jan 29, 2020
Semisonic - Closing Time

The song “Closing Time” by the American rock band Semisonic came out in March 1998. It hit #1 on the Alternative charts, and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rock Song. It gets played in stadiums, Weird Al covered it, and it’s the last song of the night in countless bars.

Since then, Dan Wilson, the lead singer and songwriter of Semisonic, has become a powerhouse songwriter who has written or co-written for artists like John Legend and Taylor Swift. And he’s won Grammys for his songwriting with the Dixie Chicks and Adele. But over two decades ago, Dan and his bandmates John Munson and Jacob Slichter were in Minneapolis, getting ready to start work on their second album, Feeling Strangely Fine. In this episode of Song Exploder, Dan breaks down how that process led to "Closing Time."

Jan 15, 2020
Vampire Weekend - Harmony Hall

The band Vampire Weekend started in 2006, in New York. Their third album came out in 2013, and was named one of the best albums of the year all over the place, and it won a Grammy. But it took six years for their next album, Father of the Bride, to come out. This album’s also been nominated for a Grammy, for album of the year. And the lead single from it, “Harmony Hall,” was nominated for Best Rock Song.

In this episode, Ezra Koenig from Vampire Weekend takes “Harmony Hall” apart. I spoke to him along with producer Ariel Rechtshaid, and the two of them detailed winding path the song went down, over several years, before it finally took shape.

Dec 25, 2019
Intro Theme and Thao's Farewell

Thao Nguyen has been guest hosting Song Exploder this year, with Christian Koons producing, to give Hrishikesh a little room to daydream. That’s all been possible because of the support of Radiotopia listeners. In this bonus episode, Thao says goodbye, and we break down the intro music that Hrishi made to go with Thao’s time as guest host. Thanks to everyone who has listened this year. If you’d like to support the future of the podcast, you can donate to Radiotopia. You can help make new things possible for the podcast. Make your mark. Go to to donate today.

Dec 17, 2019
Meek Mill - Trauma

Meek Mill is a rapper from Philadelphia. He’s put out five albums. His most recent, Championships, debuted at #1 on the charts, and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Album.

Back in 2007, He was arrested on a gun charge at the age of 19, and over the last eleven years, he was sent to prison four times for parole violations. But in July 2019, based on evidence of alleged police corruption, the Pennsylvania Superior Court threw out his conviction, and the parole violation that had led to his most recent time in prison, a five-month sentence.

It was soon after Meek Mill was released that this song, “Trauma,” was created. He took inspiration from his experiences in prison, and his early life in Philadelphia.

In this episode, Meek Mill and Don Cannon, who produced the track, break down how the whole thing came together.

Right now, Radiotopia is holding its annual fundraiser. You can help support Song Exploder and the network that makes it possible. Make your mark. Go to to donate today.

Dec 11, 2019
Bat for Lashes - Kids in the Dark

Natasha Khan makes music under the name Bat for Lashes. She’s released five albums, including Lost Girls, which came out in September 2019.

In this episode, she breaks down the making of the lead single from that album, called “Kids in the Dark.” But just before she started writing it, she wasn't sure if she would make another album at all.

Right now, Radiotopia is holding its annual fundraiser. You can help support Song Exploder and the network that makes it possible. Make your mark. Go to to donate today.

Nov 27, 2019
Jay Som - Tenderness

Melina Duterte goes by the name Jay Som. She’s a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She’s released three albums as Jay Som, and has produced, engineered, and mixed each one.

Her third album, Anak Ko, came out in August 2019. And in this episode, Melina breaks down a song from it called “Tenderness.”

Nov 13, 2019
Slipknot - Unsainted

Slipknot is a Grammy-winning metal band from Des Moines, Iowa, who first formed in 1995. They’ve sold over 30 million records. In this episode, guitarist Jim Root breaks down how Slipknot made the song, “Unsainted,” from their 2019 album We Are Not Your Kind.

Oct 30, 2019
Raphael Saadiq - Kings Fall

Raphael Saadiq is a Grammy-winning songwriter, producer, and artist from Oakland, California. He was the lead singer of the legendary ‘90s R&B group Tony! Toni! Tone!. As a producer, he’s worked with D’Angelo, TLC, Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston, Solange Knowles, and John Legend.

In August 2019, Raphael released his fifth solo album, Jimmy Lee, which is named for his late older brother. In this episode, he breaks down a song from he made with his nephew, Dylan Wiggins, called “Kings Fall.”

Oct 16, 2019
Clairo - Alewife

Claire Cotrill is a singer, songwriter, and producer who goes by the name Clairo. She started releasing music in 2014 as a teenager. A few years later, songs she had uploaded to YouTube had racked up over 40 million views. This year, Clairo put out her debut album, Immunity. She’s recently performed on Ellen and Jimmy Kimmel, and played arenas, opening for Khalid. In this episode, Clairo breaks down her song “Alewife.” I spoke to Claire and her co-producer Rostam Batmanglij about how the song was made.

Oct 02, 2019
Brittany Howard - Stay High

Brittany Howard is the guitarist and lead singer of the four-time Grammy-winning band Alabama Shakes. This month, she’s releasing her first solo album, called Jaime. In this episode, Brittany breaks down the song “Stay High,” which was the album’s first single. She started working on it while staying at a house in Topanga Canyon, near LA.

Sep 18, 2019
Robyn - Honey

Robyn is a Swedish singer and songwriter. Her first album came out in 1995, when she was 16 years old. It went platinum in the US, double-platinum in Sweden. Since then, she’s been nominated for five Grammys and started her own record label. But there was an eight-year gap between Robyn’s album Body Talk, which came out in 2010, and her most recent album, Honey, which came out last October. Time, Rolling Stone, and Pitchfork all named it one of the best albums of the year.

For Song Exploder, Robyn breaks down the song “Honey,” the title track from that album. The first time the public heard the song was in a 2017 episode of the HBO show Girls, but that’s not the final version that was released on the album. In this episode, Robyn traces the long history of how she made “Honey,” a song that The New York Times called “her masterpiece.”

Sep 04, 2019
Bon Iver - Holyfields,
Aug 21, 2019
Sleater-Kinney - The Future Is Here
Aug 07, 2019
Denzel Curry - RICKY
Jul 24, 2019
Jamila Woods - BALDWIN
Jul 10, 2019
Big Thief - Cattails
Jun 26, 2019
Sheryl Crow - Redemption Day (feat. Johnny Cash)
Jun 12, 2019
Raleigh Ritchie - Time in a Tree
May 29, 2019
The Mountain Goats - Cadaver Sniffing Dog
May 15, 2019
The Cranberries - All Over Now
May 01, 2019
Panda Bear - Dolphin
Apr 17, 2019
Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen
Apr 03, 2019
Nakhane - New Brighton (feat. Anohni)
Mar 20, 2019
Mumford & Sons - Beloved
Mar 06, 2019
Phoebe Bridgers - Scott Street
Feb 20, 2019
Wonderly - The Daily (Theme)
Feb 06, 2019
Japanese Breakfast - Boyish
Jan 23, 2019
Hozier - Nina Cried Power (feat. Mavis Staples)
Jan 09, 2019
Yo-Yo Ma - Prelude, Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major
Dec 20, 2018
Reissue: Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - Astonished Man
Dec 13, 2018
Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way
Dec 05, 2018
Breakmaster Cylinder - Reply All
Nov 26, 2018
Empress Of - When I'm With Him
Nov 19, 2018
Big Boi - Order of Operations
Nov 05, 2018
John Carpenter - Halloween (Theme)
Oct 26, 2018
Janelle Monáe - So Afraid
Oct 15, 2018
Cat Power - Woman
Oct 04, 2018
Blood Orange - Saint
Sep 25, 2018
Reissue: Patrick Carney feat. Ralph Carney - BoJack Horseman (Main Title Theme)
Sep 19, 2018
The Decemberists - Once In My Life
Sep 05, 2018
Reissue: Mitski - Your Best American Girl
Aug 29, 2018
Christine and the Queens - Doesn't Matter
Aug 15, 2018
Neko Case - Last Lion of Albion
Aug 01, 2018
Reissue: Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Jul 25, 2018
Action Bronson - The Chairman's Intent
Jul 18, 2018
Jhené Aiko - Sativa (feat. Swae Lee)
Jul 04, 2018
Reissue: CHVRCHES - Clearest Blue
Jun 28, 2018
Yo La Tengo - Here You Are
Jun 20, 2018
Wolf Alice - Don't Delete the Kisses
Jun 06, 2018
Reissue: Kelela - Rewind
May 31, 2018
Jon Hopkins - Luminous Beings
May 23, 2018
Liz Phair - Divorce Song
May 09, 2018
Arcade Fire - Put Your Money On Me
Apr 25, 2018
Kimbra - Top of the World
Apr 11, 2018
Jack Johnson - You Can't Control It
Mar 28, 2018
Ludwig Göransson - Black Panther
Mar 14, 2018
Natalie Prass - Short Court Style
Feb 28, 2018
Moses Sumney - Quarrel
Feb 14, 2018
Bleachers - I Miss Those Days
Jan 31, 2018
Julien Baker - Appointments
Jan 17, 2018
The Roots - It Ain't Fair (feat. Bilal)
Jan 03, 2018
R.E.M - Try Not to Breathe
Dec 20, 2017
Nine Inch Nails - The Lovers
Dec 06, 2017
Lin-Manuel Miranda - Almost Like Praying (feat. Artists for Puerto Rico)
Nov 22, 2017
Rachel Platten - Broken Glass
Nov 08, 2017
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein - Stranger Things (Main Title Theme)
Oct 26, 2017
TOKiMONSTA - Bibimbap
Oct 18, 2017
The Killers - Rut
Oct 06, 2017
Lorde - Sober
Sep 25, 2017
Rostam - Bike Dream
Sep 14, 2017
Ibeyi - Deathless
Sep 05, 2017
Maggie Rogers - Alaska
Aug 24, 2017
St. Vincent - New York
Aug 15, 2017
Grizzly Bear - Four Cypresses
Aug 03, 2017
Phoenix - Ti Amo
Jul 25, 2017
Slowdive - Sugar for the Pill
Jul 13, 2017
Goapele - Stand
Jul 05, 2017
Fleet Foxes - Mearcstapa
Jun 22, 2017
Michelle Branch - Best You Ever
Jun 14, 2017
alt-J - In Cold Blood
Jun 02, 2017
Michael Kiwanuka - Black Man in a White World
May 22, 2017
Perfume Genius - Slip Away
May 11, 2017
Little Dragon - Sweet
May 02, 2017
Aimee Mann - Patient Zero
Apr 21, 2017
Gorillaz - Andromeda (feat. D.R.A.M.)
Apr 11, 2017
Norah Jones - Day Breaks
Mar 30, 2017
Dirty Projectors - Up in Hudson
Mar 21, 2017
Sleigh Bells - I Can Only Stare
Mar 14, 2017
Bonobo - Break Apart (feat. Rhye)
Feb 28, 2017
Sara Watkins - Without a Word
Feb 17, 2017
Dropkick Murphys - Blood
Feb 07, 2017
Nicholas Britell - Moonlight
Jan 30, 2017
Solange - Cranes in the Sky
Jan 16, 2017
Metallica - Moth into Flame
Jan 06, 2017
Justin Hurwitz - La La Land
Dec 21, 2016
DJ Shadow - Mutual Slump
Dec 08, 2016
Angel Olsen - Shut Up Kiss Me
Nov 30, 2016
Jóhann Jóhannsson - Arrival
Nov 17, 2016
Flatbush Zombies - Bounce
Nov 08, 2016
Oathbreaker - 10:56 / Second Son of R.
Oct 28, 2016
James Vincent McMorrow - Get Low
Oct 19, 2016
Phantogram - You Don't Get Me High Anymore
Oct 06, 2016
Peter Bjorn and John - Young Folks
Sep 21, 2016
Mitski - Your Best American Girl
Sep 07, 2016
Tobacco - Gods in Heat
Aug 25, 2016
Andra Day - Forever Mine
Aug 15, 2016
Patrick Carney feat. Ralph Carney - BoJack Horseman (Main Title Theme)
Aug 04, 2016
Band of Horses - Solemn Oath
Jul 25, 2016
Grimes - Kill V. Maim
Jul 14, 2016
Andrew Bird - Roma Fade
Jul 05, 2016
CHVRCHES - Clearest Blue
Jun 23, 2016
ODESZA - Kusanagi
Jun 14, 2016
Old Crow Medicine Show - Dearly Departed Friend
May 29, 2016
Busdriver - Worlds to Run
May 24, 2016
Carly Rae Jepsen - When I Needed You
May 09, 2016
The Lumineers - Ophelia
Apr 28, 2016
Weezer - Summer Elaine and Drunk Dori
Apr 18, 2016
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down - Astonished Man
Apr 05, 2016
Iggy Pop - American Valhalla
Mar 22, 2016
Oneohtrix Point Never - Sticky Drama
Mar 10, 2016
KT Tunstall - Suddenly I See
Mar 01, 2016
Clipping - Work Work
Feb 18, 2016
The New Pornographers - Brill Bruisers
Feb 09, 2016
Kelela - Rewind
Jan 28, 2016
MGMT - Time to Pretend
Jan 19, 2016
Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Jan 07, 2016
Björk - Stonemilker
Dec 17, 2015
Dustin O'Halloran - Transparent (Main Title Theme)
Dec 11, 2015
Wilco - Magnetized
Dec 03, 2015
Natalia Lafourcade - Hasta la Raíz
Nov 23, 2015
Youth Lagoon - The Knower
Nov 16, 2015
The Arcs - Put a Flower in Your Pocket
Nov 05, 2015
Chet Faker - Gold
Oct 26, 2015
Harry Gregson-Williams - The Martian
Oct 15, 2015
Deradoorian - A Beautiful Woman
Oct 05, 2015
The Magnetic Fields - Andrew in Drag
Sep 24, 2015
Joey Bada$$ - Hazeus View
Sep 15, 2015
American Football - The One With The Tambourine
Sep 03, 2015
Best Coast - Feeling Ok
Aug 27, 2015
HEALTH - Stonefist
Aug 18, 2015
Unknown Mortal Orchestra - Multi-Love
Aug 10, 2015
Thundercat - Them Changes
Jul 30, 2015
Death Cab for Cutie - El Dorado
Jul 20, 2015
Sylvan Esso - Coffee
Jul 08, 2015
U2 - Cedarwood Road
Jun 29, 2015
Will Butler - Anna
Jun 22, 2015
Ramin Djawadi - Game of Thrones
Jun 11, 2015
Brian Tyler - Avengers: Age of Ultron
May 29, 2015
tUnE-yArDs - Water Fountain
May 18, 2015
John Lunn - Downton Abbey
May 06, 2015
My Morning Jacket - Spring (Among the Living)
Apr 23, 2015
Toro y Moi - Half Dome
Apr 14, 2015
RJD2 - Games You Can Win (feat. Kenna)
Apr 01, 2015
How to Dress Well - Pour Cyril
Mar 25, 2015
White Hinterland - Ring the Bell
Mar 13, 2015
Warpaint - Love Is to Die
Mar 03, 2015
Jeremy Zuckerman - The Legend of Korra
Feb 20, 2015
Alexandre Desplat - The Imitation Game
Feb 09, 2015
The Long Winters - The Commander Thinks Aloud
Jan 30, 2015
Blonde Redhead - Penultimo
Jan 19, 2015
Ghostface Killah - The Battlefield
Jan 07, 2015
The National - Sea of Love
Dec 22, 2014
Tycho - Awake
Dec 08, 2014
Stars - No One Is Lost
Nov 26, 2014
The Books - Smells Like Content
Nov 12, 2014
Julia Holter - Horns Surrounding Me
Oct 29, 2014
Valley Lodge - Go
Oct 15, 2014
RAC - Let Go (feat. Kele & MNDR)
Oct 01, 2014
The Thermals - No Culture Icons
Sep 18, 2014
Anamanaguchi - Prom Night
Sep 02, 2014
Spoon - Inside Out
Aug 19, 2014
Brian Reitzell - Watch Dogs
Aug 06, 2014
Open Mike Eagle - Dark Comedy Morning Show (feat. Toy Light)
Jul 15, 2014
The Microphones - I Want Wind to Blow
Jul 01, 2014
Converge - Dark Horse
Jun 19, 2014
Nite Jewel - One Second of Love
Jun 02, 2014
Garbage - Felt
May 15, 2014
Poliça - Smug
May 01, 2014
Loren Bouchard - Bob's Burgers (Theme Song)
Apr 15, 2014
Jeff Beal - House of Cards (Main Title Theme)
Apr 01, 2014
Daedelus - Experience
Mar 17, 2014
Sea Wolf - Kasper
Mar 01, 2014
Baths - Miasma Sky
Feb 14, 2014
YACHT - Plastic Soul
Feb 01, 2014
The Album Leaf - The Outer Banks
Jan 15, 2014
The Postal Service - The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Jan 01, 2014