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One Direction Announces ‘Four’ Lead Single “Steal My Girl”

One Direction will release the lead single to its new album, Four, on September 29. “Steal My Girl” was penned by Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne, alongside the songwriting team responsible for Midnight Memories‘ “Best Song Ever” (Ed Drewett, Wayne Hector, Julian Bunetta and John Ryan). “Over cascading stadium piano chords, ‘Steal My Girl’ shows... More »

Stay High

It all started with this… Tove Lo – Habits (Stay High) +++ Which got remixed into this… Tove Lo – ‘Stay High/Habits’ (Hippie Sabotage remix) +++ And then became this… Keys N Krates – All the Time (Tove Lo Flip) +++ Hippie Sabotage – Stay High (AZXV Remix) +++ Tove lo – High all the […]

Sunday Thought

Why is everybody a scumbag? I think it started with Bill Clinton, who lied under oath. If the President doesn’t care about the truth, why should I? But a good case can be made for going back to Reagan, who legitimized greed. The baby boomers went from love one another to screw one another over […] The post Sunday Thought appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.

Noni Wo - How Can I Plz U

Sounds like: Tycho, Jack Chosef Song: Noni Wo - How Can I Plz U What's so good? Let's take it down a notch or two with Noni Wo's downtempo electro pop single, "How Can I Plz U." The laidback style of this song makes it easy to include the slightly off-tune guitar, which lazily sloths its way through the track with calculated ease. Show More Summary

REVIEW: Andrew St. James’ “The Shakes”

Andrew St. James’ The Shakes (self-titled) is music for those who like latter-day/the current phase of Flaming Lips, if Wayne Coyne was strictly acoustic. Some of it sounds like a wholesome country or Americana album where St. James’ stories are content enough to not only listen to, but remember and sing along to yourself. The […]

[MIX TAPE] I HAVE A MAP OF TALL BUILDINGS AND A SCOPE

9 hours agoMusic / Country : Nine Bullets

I made this one, like many others, when I wasn’t feeling quite right in the head. It’s getting really interesting to be able to look back at these and try and figure out where I was when I made the mix. I hope that you’re all enjoying these as much as I am. It’s sort [...]

Redskins Robert Griffin III Leaves The Game After Suffering Another Terrible Injury

ItonlytookfivequartersforsomethinghorribletohappentoRedskins’RobertGriffinIII.Washington’squarterbackwentdownwithanankleinjuryinthefirstquarteroftheirgameagainsttheJaguarstoday,anditdoesnotlookgood.Althoughnothinghasbeenconfirmedthevideobelowwon’tgiveSkinsfansmuchhopeforquickreturntothefield.

Childish Gambino – Sober

STN MTN/Kauai coming soon. Previously: Video: Childish Gambino Interview w/ The Breakfast Club

REVIEW: Hanam Quintet featuring Tristan Honsinger’s self-titled album

Alison Blunt (violin), Anna Kaluza (alto sax), Manuel Miethe (soprano sax), Nikolai Meinhold (piano) and Horst Nonnenmache (double bass) are the five that make up the Hanam Quintet, who recorded the album in two different locations, the Lumen Church in London and the Collegium Hungaricum in Berlin. The pieces are untitled as they speak to […]

REVIEW: Guazzaloca, Montagne, Mongelli’s “Cups Glasses And Tanks”

Cups Glasses And Tanks (Aut) is a new collaboration between Nicola Guazzaloca, Pablo Montagne, and Giacomo Mongelli, with Guazzaloca playing jazz while Montagne and Mongelli performing in a number of different classical configurations. The album is very much on the avant-garde side and while there are jazz central points, at the moments one would think […]

REVIEW: Bug Jargal’s self-titled album

There was a comment saxophonist Anthony Braxton said in an interview that I felt was very interesting. I’m paraphrasing here, but he said something to the effect that just because he plays the saxophone doesn’t mean he plays or has to play jazz all the time. The instrument is held solid with jazz, even though […]

Sondre Lerche - Sentimentalist

Sounds like: Bart Davenport, Interpol Song: Sondre Lerche - Sentimentalist What's so good? I'm am beyond ecstatic that Sondre Lerche is back with new music! After a decade of following his music and releases, he's still got it. As Sondre...Show More Summary

REVIEW: Patchwork Voices’ “Puzzling”

If you were to purchase Patchworks Voices’ Puzzling (Aut) and were hoping for an incredible musical jam, it could lead to you digging your brain matter out through your ears. The “Voices” in question are Claudia Cervenca and Annette Giesriegl, who use nothing but their voices and electronics to create very interesting sound pieces and […]

REVIEW: “Coalmine Records presents Unearthed”

Coalmine Records are celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and because of it, they’ve put together a nice double CD called Unearthed (Coalmine). Even if you’re not a huge fan of what feels like record label samplers, this is just some damn good hip-hop, period, so check this out for that reason alone, at least […]

Tyler The Creator Likens Apple’s U2 Download To “Waking Up With Herpes”

TylerTheCreator seemstobethelatestpersontogetvocalwithdisgustoverApple’s recent“gift”ofU2tothepublic.FollowingtheirmostrecentiPhonepresentation,Apple’sTimCooksurprisedeveryonewiththegiftoftheband’snewestalbum,SongsOfInnocence,treatingitlikethespecialdessertattheendofthemeal.

REVIEW: 7evenThirty’s “The Problem”

If you have never heard 7evenThirty yet and you consider yourself a hip-hop fan, what’s slowing you down? The man has the kind of laid back flow that shows a sense of confidence that makes you feel good about listening, but also isn’t afraid to show occasional flashes of humor to reveal his human side, […]

New Stuff 14th September 2014

Today's helping of great unheard, unheralded and downright unbelievable music is a host of new stuff from some of my favourite bands past 12 months... Post War Glamour Girls - Gustave From: Leeds, England More intelligent, epic and sinister art rock from the band who unleashed one of the best debut albums of the past 12 months earlier this year. Show More Summary

Khalil – A Long Story Short Mixtape

Giving Khalil’sLongStoryShortaquickspin,Icouldn’tshakethethought.Thenamesoundedfamiliar,asdidthevoice.Thenithitme.Iinterviewedhimsomefouryearsago whenhewasa15-year-oldonDefJam.Honestly,Idon’tremembermuchotherthanhelovedhoopingandwasaLakersfanandcameoffaprettycoolandhumblekid.

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