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What Do DJs Love?

DJs around the world often fight about genres, software choices, and the right way to mix a song, but there are a few things that all DJs love no matter where they're from and what kind of music they play. DJ Techtools rounds up 10 no-fail...Show More Summary

Two-Dozen Four Freshmen

yesterdayMusic / Jazz : JazzWax

Before the Beach Boys, there were the Four Freshmen. Here's Brian Wilson's favorite vocal harmony group—one long YouTube clip with about two dozen songs, a video produced by Ray Anthony...        

Legendary Fever Party Will Return To Close Baltimore Venue The Paradox

Baltimore's Finest Underground Parties Are Coming Out In Force For A Prolonged Farewell To The Beloved Venue.

Premiere: Various Artists - The Last House on Dead End Street [OST]

You know how they say that checking certain books out of the library will get your name put on a list? Well, here’s another good way to get put on one of those lists! The Last House on Dead End Street, for those who aren’t already familiar,...Show More Summary

Lil Bibby's Quiet Ambition Keeps Changing the Script of Chicago Rap

The Chicago rapper shares his video for "Ridah" and breaks down 'Free Crack 3' as he prepares to head on tour with G Herbo and Pusha T.

Hear This: Alkaline Trio’s “Clavicle” inspires you to take a chance

In Hear This, The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, because it’s “Love Week” here at The A.V. Club, we’re picking our favorite songs to put on a mixtape. Alkaline Trio, “Clavicle” (1998) The mixtape definitely still exists, even if it’s (mostly) no longer in cassette or CD-RW form. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Arcade Fire leads a New Orleans funeral parade for David Bowie

It’s been over a month since the death of David Bowie, and though it still feels weird to live in a world without the musical behemoth, it’s comforting to know that his legacy will live on, with his music set to influence people for generations to come. Show More Summary

Arca And Hood By Air's Shayne Oliver's New Single Is "Sick"

The Duo Pulled Back The Veil On Their Collaborative Project Wench In A New Interview.

Newswire: The Sooper Swag Project takes math-rap to new heights with “Morse Code”

The Sooper Swag Project has never had much use for convention. For its latest release, Badd Timing, the group—which features self-proclaimed weirdo Nnamdi Ogbonnaya—took the tenets of math-rock and applied them to the world of hip-hop, making for the perhaps the first release that could rightly be called math-rap. Show More Summary

Inside the Kanye West Think Tank

Most of Kanye West’s best music has been produced using a think-tank approach—take a group of people, put them in a room, see what comes of it—and his imminent seventh album looks to take a similar strategy. Over the years, he’s gotten...Show More Summary

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