Stalking Gia continues her assault on the electro-pop circuit, this time with a pounding new remix courtesy of Reuben Keeney. The track keeps its ambient mystique (like its original cut), […] Related posts: Stalking Gia Explodes With “Born Free” PREMIERE: Stalking Gia Drops Dreamy Cover of Nick Jonas’ “Jealous” Stalking Gia – Born Free (SoySauce Edition)
Built over the disembodied live playback of cassette tape collages and the hands-on-keys presence of a human being somewhere behind a shroud of reverb, the music that Chicago-based multi-instrumentalist Whitney Johnson makes under the Matchess moniker hovers between the realms of the earthly and the paranormal. Show More Summary
Brooklyn outfit takes the rock anthem to the next level using mandolin, violin, and cello.
Photo by Noah Kalina Jamie xx's new collaboration with Young Thug and Popcaan, "I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)", contains a sample of the Persuasions' 1972 single "Good Times". But a member of the group claims they weren't contacted about the sample, Billboard reports. Show More Summary
First it was artists like Lil Wayne and now Wiz Khalifa wants to experiment with the art of deejaying. Despite his No. 1 Billboard-charting song, "See You Again," the 27-year-old rapper is asking for $25,000 to DJ at your party. According to TMZ, Wiz has already booked gigs and is on the hunt for more under t Continue reading…
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In 2012, French cellist Gaspar Claus gathered a group of musicians in Brooklyn to create something in a single night. The session featured some key members of the current musical scene: Sufjan Stevens, Bryce Dessner of the National, Mauro Remiddi of Porcelain Raft, Jessie Stein of the Luyas, David Moore of Bing And Ruth, Rémi […]
photo: United Nations at BV-SXSW 2015 (more by Tim Griffin) Modern Life Is War are playing their seminal 2005 album, Witness, on tour for its tenth anniversary, and since we last spoke openers have been announced. The Northeast shows have...
The Braxton sisters are back! Following a short hiatus, “Braxton Family Values” has returned to television, with Season 4 Episode 11 airing on WeTV Thursday night (May 21). The sisters still have unresolved issues, but they reunite after finding out their mom needs surgery. Show More Summary
Gender is stupid. We need to throw the whole construct in the trash. Of course, that’s not going to happen for a very, very long time (if ever) so, until then, we’ll get songs rebelling against the shackles of a societally-imposed identity. Worriers got their start a few years ago with the same kind of […]
The air horn has become a ubiquitous sound of the past decade or so, blurting and blasting out of countless rap, dance, and club cuts. But what about traditional church hymns? Why not throw one in there? Or more, even? Soundcloud user Jon E. Show More Summary
Jamie xx’s full-length debut In Colour is one of the finest albums of the year so far, and the Young Thug/Popcaan collab “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times)” is its most instantly lovable single; we called it our favorite song of last week. The track is built around a sample from “Good Times,” a […]
Eminem seems to have settled comfortably into the habit of debuting new music via commercial. He used a Beats by Dre commercial to announce his return in 2013, and he recently debuted a new song in a trailer for the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring boxing movie Southpaw. Today, he’s returned to the Beats format, sharing a clip […]
Jody Stephens, the former drummer of Big Star, is the only founding member of that band who’s still alive. A few years ago, Stephens was asked to play some music at a few screenings of the documentary Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, and he asked Luther Russell, former frontman of the ’90s L.A. band […]
I know there’s an alien hiding in here somewhere. Or a half-moon revolving above a branding iron. Small acts of arson are viewed through the passenger window of a moving vehicle: a shotgun house burns on the diagonal; tornadoes singe dirt; motor oil burns off the engine. Show More Summary
Da Sweet Blood of Jesus Dir. Spike Lee [Gravitas Ventures; 2014] by Jeff Miller Rating: It’s interesting to me that Spike Lee would follow up his failed 2013 remake of Oldboy with yet another remake of a cult classic. After all, Ganja...Show More Summary
The latest release from the Cracker Barrel series of country, bluegrass, and Christian albums is also Dailey & Vincent’s first live album. Alive! In Concert is a fifteen-track collection recorded at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Virginia. The album showcases the duo’s wide […]
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