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MMMD (a.k.a. Mohammad) Pèkisyon Funebri [Antifrost; 2016] Rating: 4/5 I s “all-encompassing” a cop-out term? Greek trio MMMD, a.k.a. Mohammad, have been eating us alive since 2013’s Som Sakrifis, and as someone following undergroundShow More Summary
First of all, Beat Detectives are BACK! Second: they just dropped some fire in PEOPLESMIX ? 06. Third, and most mysteriously of ALL, is where to find their notoriously “NEW” album, Call It What You Want. As for now, all we got is “(Undiscernable)...Show More Summary
Through Elestial Sound, the Berlin-based multimedia artist Andrea Noce is releasing Äquator System under their current moniker Eva Geist today and we have the six-song stream for you. Apart from Arcane Onde (DJ moniker) and the umbrellaed combination of bands and solo work under Noce’s given name, Eva Geist is the spacey, appregiated counterpart. Show More Summary
Winter, shminter. Handsome, winsome troubadour-of-troubadours that he is, Sweden's own Jens Lekman is not afraid of life on the road.
Die and goto a spa. Mud bubble-baths. Pearl-creme facials. Float pools in neon. Hanging grottos in the floating falls of salt water. Philodendron that heal upon leaves grazing skin. No ceiling, just sun-sets, sun-rises, and starry nights. Steam rooms billowing ill from pours.
Exciting news from L.A.'s R&B/experimental dance scene orchestrator Kingdom: the producer is set to release his debut solo LP, Tears in the Club, on February 24 of next year. The Fade to Mind founder has also shared the first single from the album, "Nothing," made with The Internet's singer Syd (formerly Syd tha Kyd).
Bubbly, chaotic; two toy trains running straight into each other. That's Kartna's work: a metaphor of a primitive, childlike state where colors explode, the development of the self rests far-off in the beyond, & the present is your only consciousness. Show More Summary
Start clearing some space on your vintage vinyl shelves, somewhere between that Young the Giant LP you bought "accidentally" and that Yves Tumor record you're worried no one will give you credit for liking, because Young Thug's 2016 smash mixtape JEFFERY has made its way to the vinyl presses. It's out today, November 28.
OMGGGGG, someone made this!!! I've actually been putting this off outta fear. And having seen't EMA once at MOMA PS1 using Oculus rift during her set, like... swi?elized sou?ds' "go where" and so much of an echoing dream-world that atmosphere is totally forgone into the dimensional realm. Show More Summary
Winter, shminter. Handsome, winsome troubadour-of-troubadours that he is, Sweden’s own Jens Lekman is not afraid of life on the road. Which is why, even though he literally just finished a sold-out solo jaunt through the US (during which...Show More Summary
Overwhelming nuances have become the most fashion-forward aesthetic route to take in the past few minutes of music. Listen to Elysia Crampton or DJ Coquelin or The Nativist; blending genres into an ultra unit of sound-intake is currently the most sought-after audible experience producers can create for next-level listener revelation. Show More Summary
The 15 years that Phoenix-born, Oakland-based musician James Roemer has been working as Glochids have been a period of experimentation held together by a few powerful sensibilities and an enduring hostility to comparison. His 2013 album...Show More Summary
Start clearing some space on your vintage vinyl shelves, somewhere between that Young the Giant LP you bought “accidentally” and that Yves Tumor record you’re worried no one will give you credit for liking, because Young Thug’s 2016 smash mixtape JEFFERY has made its way to the vinyl presses. Show More Summary
A gnarled, patient mess of nerves, Other Sky follows the recent emergence of EYE as a side-project (or sorts) from Peter Stapleton, Peter Porteous and Jon Chapman. It no longer feels as a once-in-awhile think from this trio, but rather a lengthy monologue that comes out in yearly installments. Show More Summary
After recently dropping a new Babyfather mix (which is also streaming here), Dean Blunt is refocusing on his solo music with a new video. It’s for a track called “Benidorm,” which was previewed earlier this year before being swiftly taken down in typical Bluntian fashion. Show More Summary
From the BBC: US singer Colonel Abrams, a pioneer of house and dance music in the 1980s, has died at the age of 67. The musician scored his biggest hit in 1985 with the club single Trapped, which reached number three in the UK. Last year, it emerged he was living homeless in New York. Show More Summary
You know we love us some Mobb, and their latest is, of course, a surprise drop: Just dropped a mixtape out the blue for the fans let us know what you think — Official Sicko Mobb (@SICKOWORLDFP) November 22, 2016 Curiously, though, 1500 DEGREEZ loses the Sicko brand, instead opting for Lil Trav & Ceno. Show More Summary
The cat was let out of the bag last week, but now it’s official: Burial has a new 12-inch called “Young Death / Nightmarket,” and it’s available now through Hyperdub. Grab it here while you can (UPDATE: physical copies are already sold...Show More Summary
move the fuck outtcha mama house, boiii i don’t give a fuck!!! piss on that starboy face, yahh. where you from is where i is, and a hustler, babe. Red Friday either loaded, or u dead. #comeHEREdaddy