The new single from L.A.-based artist Fletcher Milloy combines a nefarious air and frenetic energy for their magnetizing new number, “Raskolnikov.” Milloy’s hyper-pop takes on a noir vibe in this track named for the axe-wielding protagonist of Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment. Now dance pop and 19th Century Russian literature might seem like strange bedfellows, but Milloy captures the menacing quality of the alienation one experiences when moving outside the boundaries of society, or their own humanity, and puts a fun spin on the whole thing. Think of Raskolnikov slinking along the rundown neon-lit streets of some modern metropolis instead of the cold, dark cobblestone pathways of St. Petersburg. Sharp production, smart lyrics, and a unqiue sense of style round out this stellar new jam. Smash that play button.