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Archived Since:May 7, 2008

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Watch: Kanye West - “Famous” (directed by Eric Wareheim & Aziz Ansari)

Man, I can understand how it might be kinda hard to read another Kanye West post. I don’t blame you much for wanting to be free. I just wanted you to know that Eric Wareheim and Aziz Ansari’s unofficial video for “Famous,” released earlier this month, is now the song’s official video. God damn! Don’t worry. They still hood famous.

? Listen: AceMo & Fugitive - “SHOOTEM’UP”

The long awaited AceMo and Fugitive collaboration has finally “officially” emerged. All y’all close listeners have definitely heard “SHOOTEM’UP” either in a digital mix or live set, but now it’s SoundCloud official. And if that ain’t...Show More Summary

ESP-Disk’ to release collaboration from Mat Walerian, Matthew Shipp, and Hamid Drake

Okuden sounds like a place, but I’ll be buggered if I can find it anywhere on Google Maps. This is probably because the Okuden I’m looking for isn’t so much a place as a state of mind, man. A place where the heaviest of the heavy current...Show More Summary

Watch: Tim Heidecker - “Work From Home”

Here comes Tim Heidecker’s next, like, music album, and with it apparently the most music-video-like music video I’ve seen associated with him? Maybe I’m showing my age, but the video for “Work From Home” (written and directed by Austin...Show More Summary

Watch: James K - “SOKIT to me Baby”

Last we heard from James K, it was on 1080p by-way of collaboration in SETH. As a solo project, James K sounds like Chicklette- or Odwalla88-lite, but in an extremely good way, as all three projects explore fragmented beauty within the experimental pop realm. Show More Summary

? Listen: D?WN - “Honest” (prod. by Kingdom)

D?WN’s new album REDemption, the third and final in a trilogy that began with GoldenHeart, is due later this year via Local Action. She’s already released a single from it back in January, too. But today, she returns with a new track titled “Honest” off a completely different project. Show More Summary

Premiere: Psychic Teens - “Winter Grey”

Receiving acclaim for their 2013 record COME, Philadelphia’s underground scene gloomy darlings Psychic Teens return with a new record. The track “Winter Grey” premieres off their upcoming album NERVE and offers up blown-out guitar riffs...Show More Summary

Drake to premiere Views From the 6 early

The rumors are true. According to Apple’s Tumblr, Drake will be hosting a “global listening party” for Views From the 6 on his own OVOSOUND Radio show on Beats 1, just before the album finally drops at midnight. The show starts Thursday at 10 PM ET. Meanwhile, Drake’s going on tour with Future. Show More Summary

Music Review: Gaika - Security

Gaika Security [Mixpak; 2016] Rating: 4/5 S ecurity. Opens with jingling keys at a grating Hz, the skid of trains on skinned tracks, the drone of unremitting vigilance: I stand here, but it’s not the front line. If security is access to information, man does his own security, standing at the vantage of a badman. Show More Summary

TMT Comics: Are We Not Men? - “Think I am a man”

• Richard There - Are we not men?: http://www.richardthere.com

Woodsist Fest lineup features Woods, White Fence, Kevin Morby, Jessica Pratt

The mystical musical experience known, aptly, as Woodsist Festival is returning to the natural wonderland of Big Sur for its seventh year in a row this July. Set in the Loma Vista Gardens, the fest is presented in association with the good people over at (((folkYEAH!))). Over the course of two days, Woods and co. Show More Summary

? Listen: RAMZi - “00”

Is there anything unsettling about psychedelia anymore? It’s been generations since Pink Floyd and Jefferson Airplane, since college dorm rooms had that sort of dizzying tapestries and Grateful Dead kitsch that my dad still proudly holds onto today. Show More Summary

? Listen: Allover - Afterimage

After having covered the previous two releases for New York label Psychic Troubles, it’d be easy to assume they’re dropping either a delicate acoustic tape or a dark ambient burner, but Allover’s debut Afterimage churns and grinds along a darker, noisier path. Show More Summary

Premiere: Eric Campbell & the Dirt - Western Violence & Brief Sensuality

Wade Jenner once saw Eric Campbell & the Dirt perform at the recently closed and sorely missed Railway Club. After this experience, he invited them to record at Eagle Time Records, a studio he put together in the building where Joe Philliponi,...Show More Summary

NNA Tapes to release cyborg trash from Greg Fox/Ryan Soper & lush house music from Nerftoss

NNA Tapes is back on the release game. The Vermont-based label is releasing two YUGE albums next month, and neither of them are by Drake. First up is a release by the Fox/Soper duo, which consists of Greg Fox on drums and Ryan Soper on modular synth. Show More Summary

Interview: Glenn Jones

Fleeting is Glenn Jones’s latest album of solo guitar compositions, and as on his previous releases, he stands in contrast to the rest of a crowded field. Jones doesn’t create moods or meditations; his pieces are brief narratives, tied...Show More Summary

Premiere: Lyonnais - “Hyperblues”

Geographic North is still continuing to keep the realness in “underground” music, y’all. From folk to ambient to club to basement rock, Geographic North is an excellent example of maintaining and curating with a musical vision, while having fun. Show More Summary

Ghostly to release Melbourne duo Kllo’s “Well Worn” EP

The project of two probably-ultra-cool cousins (my cousins are NOT this cool, ugh), Simon Lam and Chloe Kaul, Kllo has generated quite a buzz in Australia, where they’re playing sold-out shows and making festival appearances off the strength of their breakthrough release, the Cusp EP. Show More Summary

Music Review: City - Arcadia

City Arcadia [Halcyon Veil; 2016] Rating: 4/5 A s the digital sound-machine rolls forward, the lines territorializing the sound plateau continue to sketch novel topographies of assembled dirt — those patches of sound-land in need of drainage. Show More Summary

RIP: Eddie Watkins, drummer for Polvo

From Merge Records’s Facebook page: Mac McCaughan on Eddie Watkins: “Stunned and saddened to hear of Eddie Watkins’ passing. It took a unique drummer to make those Polvo records & they are some of my favorite records, period. Classics. Sweet guy to be with on tour and in the studio. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.”

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