photo: Bully @ BVCMJ 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... As you probably know, weather reports are calling for a "crippling and possibl...
Just when you thought it was impossible to be shocked on the Internet comes news of a brand new, up and coming male R&B singer named Micah who is getting a ton of attention online and on social media for all of the junk he’s storing in his trunk. Show More Summary
His losing streak continues.
Javier Estrada Tribal Prehispa?nico [N.A.A.F.I; 2014] by SCVSCV Rating: In 2014, the classical dialectical progression of thesis, antithesis, synthesis found it’s true manifestation as social media article proliferation: idea (form), fetishization, and infinite rebuttal. Show More Summary
Worth the two-dollar bargain-bin dive? We'll see.
An evocative and generous album of puzzle-piece precision.
Young Buck gets some assistance from Cap 1 for his latest offering “Gas Up”. Produced by Slade Da Monsta. Previously: Young Buck & Cub Da Cookup Boss – Fish Scale
Richard There Less is Less [Self-Released; 2014] by Simon Chandler Rating: DISCLAIMER: Richard There is a contributor to Tiny Mix Tapes’ Comics section. Hence, even more than with all my other pieces, this review should definitely not be trusted. Show More Summary
A collection of unused scores from the horror legend.
Phil Elverum returns with a 12-track double LP.
Kids, jobs, school, blah blah blah. There are lots of reasons that Mark and I don’t post as much as we used to. The main reason? We post things because we want to, and not because we want to stick to some kind of schedule. Now, I definitely could be listening to a lot more […]
Come visit New York's East Village circa 1987.
When I heard Herbie Hancock did an autobiography, I had to read it. I’ve been listening to his music for over 30 years and have enjoyed exploring his catalog, going back and forth and enjoying much of what he has shared with the world, but I always wanted to know more about the man behind […]
UK crooner's breakout single shares distinct similarities to "I Won't Back Down.
The Godmother of Punk's heart is still pumping pure music.
Got an extra special treat in my inbox today from Whaleskin (aka Willow Bell). Whaleskin is a multi-instrumentalist who’s got an ear for glossy melodies. His latest is a remix of Teem’s “Proof Of You” that’s equal parts sweat, energy and hypnosis. Take a listen below and enjoy!
Michael Keaton-starring film nabbed the Producers Guild Award.