Lamar says, “I wanna put all the paint on the wall and see where that goes.”
“Love To Hate It” is a pop song with punk at its heart.
The band are the first headliner to be confirmed for the festival.
Cin Cin is the awesome label from UK house connoisseur Fort Romeau and their fourth and newest release is a split between Toronto producer Bwana and Belfast newcomer LOR. We at Discobelle get to premiere the track and the video for the LOR’s “Factories 1984” which is a clever build of deep sounding, chugged out […]
The Dilla Turntable comes with an exclusive 7” from the late producer.
The Saint Pablo tour stop in Seattle saw Kanye open up about streaming service politics.
“You can’t think, you just have to do things.”
Ferg celebrates his 28th birthday on October 20.
“Sometimes guys don’t express their feelings as much as girls, we wanted this track to do just that. If you find it hard to say I love you, let this track speak for you.” -POOLCLVB POOLCLVB spreads the love with his latest single, which...Show More Summary
The 300 signee drops off a “Wat U Mean” follow-up.
This was after Trump said “nobody respects women more than I do.”
Twitter had some things to say about Trump’s choice of words.
Vancouver has surely seen a growth in performance artists lately with Hayleau surely being one you should take interest in. The 22 year old singer has shown her vocal talent with her first two tracks; “Nice and Slow” a heavy rendition to Usher’s 1997 single and her luscious provocative original track “Banana” which premiered on […]
The Untitled Track Is Available On Cassette Via New NYC Label Quiet Time.
Alicia Keys, Patti Smith, and Salt-N-Pepa round out the lineup.
The jury reached its decision this afternoon.
OLSO delivers a smooth remix of Opia’s “Shadow Dances.” The 16 year-old producer from Utah gives the original R&B track a swanky makeover. He’s taken full advantage of the sultry vocals and added his future bass flavor to it. Take aShow More Summary
FLAIR x FLAME ’16 is here.
From Cutting Her Teeth In "The Magic City" With Drum And Bass To Her Early Days In NYC, The Mixpak-affiliated Producer Looks Back At The Strange Sounds That Shaped Her.