Later this month, the lightly fictionalized Daft Punk/French electronic music origin story Eden will be released in theaters. We’ve already seen a few trailers and clips from the film, and here’s another one courtesy of DJ Mag. This one shows the two Daft Punk stand-ins nervously queuing up their legendary “Da Funk” for the first […]
by Bill Pearis Anton and Tess Is your favorite Brian Jonestown Massacre song is "Anenome," the groovy Their Satanic Majesties' Second Request track that featured lead vocals by Mara Keagle? If so, you're likely gonna dig I Declare Nothing, a...
In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Kevin Brockmeier, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...
Favorite Mixtapes of June 2015 by TMT Staff on 07-06-2015 With a daunting cascade of releases spewing out each day from the likes of DatPiff, LiveMixtapes, Bandcamp, and SoundCloud, it can be difficult to keep up with the overbearing yet increasingly vital mixtape game. Show More Summary
Matchbox Twenty singer and world's greatest wedding band come together.
Usually on "Monday Morning Smile," I try to find something that's not totally kid-focused, and so even though this is off Uncle Devin's forthcoming album Be Yourself, anything that incorporates the Soul Train Line gets an automatic "Monday Morning Smile" pass. Show More Summary
Hip Hop newcomers Casey Veggies and Dej Loaf team up in the video for their collaboration single “Tied Up,” which debuted on Vevo on June 9th 2015. Tied Up” follows “Backflip” as the next single from Casey Veggies’ debut studio album Live and Grow. The Inglewood rapper can also be seen alongside A$AP Rocky in the Music Video: Casey Veggies ft. Show More Summary
Los Angeles hip-hop is flourishing at the moment by anyone's standards, but while the scene is prospering, it’s doing so with reality rap that is, at best, bittersweet. A week after its release, Vince Staples’s Summertime ’06 is sounding like one of the best albums of the year, but it’s not exactly a feel-good listen. Show More Summary
In Rockford Hills, born and raised, on the playground is where I blew most people up.
“House Party” Sam Hunt Written by Zach Crowell, Jerry Flowers, and Sam Hunt I realize that Sam Hunt’s country music career might be little more than a stepping stone to filling one of those spinning chairs on The Voice. But … Continue reading ?
Hip-hop has a complex relationship with the country that birthed it. It was America's lack of attention to inner city youth and their struggles that helped create the culture in the 70s, and by the 80s government officials charged full bore into attempts to snuff it out. Show More Summary
Still via Link Up TV Drake topped his headline performance last night in London by bringing out Tottenham's very own Skepta for an absolutely fire cameo. Man's never been in Wireless when it's shutdown eh? It's been public knowledgeShow More Summary
The latest preview of the electronic duo's first album in five years.
All photos are stills from the film. Before you sit down to watch a two hour documentary on the life and death of Amy Winehouse, you should probably know what you’re getting yourself into. Cut from hours of home video and exclusive live...Show More Summary
Chief Keef's cousin Bloody Money was shot and killed last fall just weeks after signing a deal with Interscope Records, and today Keef salutes the fallen Chicago rapper in song. "Ain't Missing You" shows a different side of Keef, as he reminisces about better days in a plaintive, Auto-Tuned murmur over production that ditches drill for new wave. Show More Summary
I'm told we lost two more jazz greats over the past weeks—bassist Hal Gaylor (above) and French organist Eddy Louiss, who also was an early-'60s member of the vocal group Les Doubles Six of Paris. Here's Gaylor with his trio... ...
The Amy Winehouse documentary is in theaters starting today, following a run of great reviews after its premier at Cannes in May. Director Asif Kapadia had over one hundred hours of footage to work with, ranging from a fourteen-year-old Winehouse singing a friend “Happy Birthday” to a video of the singer’s funeral at age twenty-seven.
Deep Woods Revival album cover The folk music revivalist Red Yarn is back and for the first video from his new album Deep Woods Revival, he (unsurprisingly) brings a whole bunch of Portland-area folks -- and puppets -- for a singalong. Show More Summary
The dark and haunting Ateph Elidja brings a previously unreleased track off his last EP Hurt, and while it was cut from the EP, it’s still a haunting piece that we can’t stop playing. He’s certainly scaled back and simplified his approach over the course of his time at Savoir Faire and Bromance, but his production […]
Self-Release/Independent 2015 The brainchild of Norfolk-based artist/veteran musician Clive Aliker, Crazy Fenton is a upbeat psychedelic/garage rock project whose ( highly-infectious ) sound takes it's cue from sixties rock, seventies punk and eighties new wave. Show More Summary