Meek Mill photo via Instagram On Thursday, Meek Mill responded to Drake's diss tracks with "Wanna Know". The track prominently samples "Graveyard Symphony", wrestling legend the Undertaker's entrance music. As TMZ reports, the WWE aren't...Show More Summary
Photo via Sandwich's Facebook Canada is known as a cultural mosaic, a nation that espouses people of various cultures, traditions and beliefs. One of the many minorities that consist of this mosaic are Filipinos (Pinoys) residing in much of western Canada. Show More Summary
There’s a classic fight in the early 90s X-Men comic crossover storyline “Fatal Attractions” where Professor X leads a team of X-Men into battle to stop Magneto, who, long believed dead, has come out of hiding to trigger an elaborate plan to terrorize mankind. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. Imagine, for a hot second, that Taylor Swift released “Shake It Off” in 1992. How would it have gone down? Would someone have written an article in The Times about racial appropriation?Show More Summary
Are you afraid of aliens? I sure as hell am. When I was growing up, my dad used to point out my bedroom window at the flashing red light from a nearby phone tower and tell me that it was a UFO. It sounds silly in retrospect, but when...Show More Summary
It took a hot minute for the glitter dust to settle after Icona Pop’s massive hit “I Love It” first blew up in 2012. The Swedish duo’s bratty burst of electro-pop became an anthem for the collective "fuck you" of millenial feministsShow More Summary
We take a deeper look at the album by talking to those involved with its release.
A cover from the frontman's on-going solo single series.
TV series will chronicle New York City's "drug and sex-fueled music business" of the '70s.
For openers this weekend, here's Oscar Peterson in October 1964 on the U.K.'s Jazz 625 TV show (dig Ray Brown!)... In the Wall Street Journal this week, I interviewed TV actress Susan Lucci on why she lives so close to...
Art by Matt Wotjan ManMan Savage is young Atlanta’s next star, mashing dread-swinging charisma and mosh pit energy with real life grit. “Takin Shots” is his Fool’s Gold debut, following a series of self-released ATL favorites and appearances as a mainstay on the scene – that’s him starring in Future’s “Trap Ns” video and hitting […]
Plus the best of July, the marvellous Mynabirds; tunes from Nicky Blitz, Princess Reason and Chk Chk Chk.
The Richmond rapper is a distinct voice in a unified collective.
This year, Brixton 2015 came through multiple countries and cities including Berlin, Germany and Austin, TX. They hosted a ton of awesome bands this year Aliment, The Saurs, The Parrots, Thee MVP's, Bazooka, Sultan Bathery and Wau y Los Arrrghs. Show More Summary
Photo via A$AP Ferg's Instagram “It was nothing but French people, and they were moshing to my record,” Harlem rapper A$AP Ferg says, recounting a recent concert in Quebec City. “They could hardly speak English, but they were showing...Show More Summary
‘Atlas’ is the new track by Swedish/Australian artist C?as (CJ Lofstrom). His previous single ‘Verge’ gave a nod to Standish/Carlyon’s late night confessionals; submerging the seemingly banal with sweeping vocals and slick bass. ‘Atlas’ spurs... The post PREMIERE: C?as – ‘Atlas’ appeared first on Who The Hell.
GRAMMY-nominated mixer, engineer, producer, and musician Dana Nielsen talks about his career, his music, and his new collaboration with Crown and the M.O.B., All Rise, which he co-produced.
Hey Anna – Anaphaze (Official Video) from Hey Anna on Vimeo. If you’ve been paying attention in the last few weeks, you may have seen some posts about a group called Hey Anna. Their new album is called Run Koko and it’s partly why I posted about them, that and they make some damn good […]
Here’s the new video for “Kno The Meaning”, or as I like to think of it, Future’s “Last Call”, off that DS2. Previously: Trae Tha Truth ft. Future & Boosie Bad Azz – Tricken Every Car I Get (Video)
Qluster Tasten [Bureau B; 2015] by Michael J Rating: As the story goes — it’s not really a very good story I’m afraid, but it’s one I’ve heard told 1 — the invention of the piano was a triumphant feat of engineering, cruelly betrayed by the invention of the volume control. Show More Summary