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It's Friday. And time to chill. Like, on the harsh: CHILL. How about a familiar someone to the rescue? That's right! Masayoshi Fujita isn't only here to melt your spine-tingling anxiety, but holistically, the vibraphoner is entering your pressure, mental and respiratory systems with pure healing tones.
Young Thug, man. The guy is outta control. After releasing I'm Up just last week (and getting the one-two punch treatment from C Monster and Brooklyn Russell), Thugger became the center of attention yesterday during Kanye's album premiere event at Madison Square Garden.
Publishing venture Elestial Sound have released Jacob Silver's five reasons for growth through.ear, a new digital book format. Titled stress dreams, the.ear book is a one-stop-pop for further improving your life and empowering those around you. Show More Summary
Option #1: Stay isolated in your house wearing the same track suit you've had since running on your high school cross country team eating nothing but tofu and chicken broth, continuing to draw deeper into your lonely world revolving around watching ridiculous amounts of porn and trying to finish your poetry book. 01. Show More Summary
Boston's blood club, the namesake of one Liana Hell Lean, writes beautifully frustrated and genuinely off-beat dance songs overflowing with solid ideas, rich suggestions, and compelling tangents that go every which way, yet it all somehow coalesces into something as interesting, exciting, and fulfilling as you can hope for.
Admittedly, I haven't yet found the time (nor harnessed the will) to read Thomas Mann's WWI-era novel Der Zauberberg ("The Magic Mountain," in English), but apparently there's enough of an impact in its 1000+ pages that at least one musician felt compelled to pay titular and compositional tribute to it. Gas a.k.a.
The UK’s most punk rock non-punk rock band Future of the Left are returning with a new LP, The Peace and Truce of Future of the Left, out April 8 via the band’s own Prescriptions label. Recorded by Anthony Champman (Klaxons, Franz Ferdinand,...Show More Summary
Dirty Tapes really stays true to that gritty beat-tape "urban" feel, but within their own aesthetic right. Not only does the Brooklyn label drop digital releases like that recent TUAMIE GUEST MIX, but on the reel: shit gets lengthy.Show More Summary
Jake Lazovick is a weird dude. Throughout the years, he’s put out a string of wordy singalongs and soft synth meditations like Snow Joke and Drum Set that grasp at that eerie middle-of-the-road suburbanism with a cheeky look, a deadpan punchline, a flailing misdirection.
G.O.O.D. Fridays are back (again). Kanye West only just premiered his new album The Life of Pablo yesterday, but he's already releasing new music again. Who does he think he is, The BasedGod? Meanwhile, Kanye confirmed that the new album will be out today. He added more tracks, too, including this new one, "30 Hours," which samples Arthur Russell. Check it here:
Young Thug, man. The guy is outta control. After releasing I’m Up just last week (and getting the one-two punch treatment from C Monster and Brooklyn Russell), Thugger became the center of attention yesterday during Kanye’s album premiere event at Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary
Requested by Khilla Whilla • Compiled by Aidan Snods Option #1: Stay isolated in your house wearing the same track suit you’ve had since running on your high school cross country team eating nothing but tofu and chicken broth, continuing...Show More Summary
If you’re like me an’ look fiiiiiiine as FUCK, it’s probably because you also own the entire HOOD BY AIR collection, but sport custom-made leather-design work at boychild’s 3AM party on Tuesday, end up leaving the leather because nudity is way more luxurious, and freedom was like red-white-and-blue lights on the Empire State Building for no reason. Show More Summary
In these dark days of ___ and ___ [insert your choice of darkness, depending on when you’re reading this], Iggy Pop and Josh Homme have joined forces to save us all. The two, along with Homme’s Queens Of The Stone Age bandmate and Dead...Show More Summary
I 'm in a unique position to review No More Lamps In The Morning, the newest collection from Colorado maven Josephine Foster, for a couple of reasons. For starters, this actually marks the first time I've heard her music, despite the fact that she's been writing tenuous, striking folk songs for some time now. Show More Summary
P ay no mind to its messy rollout, impromptu title change, or last-minute album cover swap-out.
Tabs Out is an all-cassette podcast that's been documenting the prolific tape underground with joyful obsession and humorous expertise since 2012. Tiny Mix Tapes has teamed with Tabs Out for a show called Laser Focus, in which tape aficionados/fetishists Mike Haley, Dave Doyen, and Joe B hone in on a specific label or artist. Check out the archive here.
James Blake, my actual real-life cousin (not really, just wasting space here), has just released a new track during his BBC Radio 1 residency. The piano-driven song is called "Modern Soul" and may or may not be on his forthcoming album, Radio Silence. Show More Summary
Mark Kremble’s grim first directorial feature, Bad Hurt, tells the story of the Krendalls, a family accustomed to hardship. In the film, Elaine (Karen Allen), Ed (Michael Harney, better known as Sam Healy on the TV show Orange is the New Black ), and their son Todd (Theo Rossi) all face troubles that could set them over the edge. Show More Summary