Today's Top Tune

Today's Top Tune

A weekday download of standout songs, including advance releases, exclusive live tracks recorded at KCRW, remixes, and an introduction to new artists on our radar.

The latest tasty morsel from Aussie-based Dojo Cuts is an intoxicating and soulful mix, graced by Roxie Ray's vocals. "Rome" feels timeless, but took less than a day to put together!

Early 2018, Poliça's Channy Leaneagh fell off her roof while clearing ice. An extensive physical recovery meant mental and emotional healing as well.

Rapper and singer Rema introduces a fresh take in the world of Afropop. The sparkly "Lady" weaves a spectrum of rhythms with his soft voice.

The last album we heard from the mighty Caribou came out in 2014. We're happy to relay that Dan Snaith plans a new collection of songs for a late February release.

Optimism and a catchy melody lead Dayglow's song "Nicknames." The Austin-based artist seems to be on a mission to strengthen hope with his recently released album.

Raconteur Odario, who is known for his work with Canadian hip-hop soul outfit Grand Analog, steps out to tell his own story.

Greg Dulli arguably reigns as the lord of desire for songs that run the full spectrum of what we pine for and sometimes get.

As we sniff out new musical talent in 2020, we came across an underground duo from North London called Sorry.