Emerson Windy is a rapper from Oceanside, California who released the incredulously titled mixtape Herojuana last year. Today, he’s shared a video for “Come And Get It,” one of the tape’s songs; it features Pharrell, P Money, and was co-produced by Timbaland. The video was directed by Yellow Nguyen. It’s about a lot of things, […]
This summer, Italian record producer, songwriter, and electronic dance music pioneer Giorgio Moroder is set to release Déjà Vu, his first studio album in 30 years, and he’s lined up some of the top voices in pop to guest on the album. Show More Summary
"Well @djjessmarquis - you're immortalized forever - very close to my ass. I thought that would make you happy. A beautiful tattoo by @grantcobb thank you - #RIPDJJess" -Joanna Angel NYC DJ Jess Marquis, aka Jesse Immler, passed...
photo: JEFF the Brotherhood @ DbA's final night (more by PSquared) The newly freelance JEFF the Brotherhood just wrapped up their tour and will rest up for just a bit before hitting the road again. They'll be doing some dates as...
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Photo by Tom Hines For his latest "WTF Podcast", comedian Marc Maron sat down with Spoon frontman Britt Daniel. Daniel spoke on his experiences growing up in Temple, TX: a town of cowboys and metalheads where it was once risky to be a Cure fan. Show More Summary
This month’s Music Alliance Pact features music from 16 countries around the world, including ‘Honey’, an all-family affair from Barwon Heads duo Surf Dad. You can check out more of their material over on Soundcloud. ‘Honey’ also features... The post MAP April 2015 appeared first on Who The Hell.
Photo by Jess Flynn Modern Baseball are arguably one of the best pop punk bands currently active. Their 2014 full-length You’re Gonna Miss It All is one of those perfectly poignant albums that has the power to make people in their late...Show More Summary
Photo By Juan Diaz Cold weather isn’t something that comes around often in Kingston, but that doesn’t mean that part of Jamaica doesn’t see its fair share of Snow—known commonly by his birth name of Darrin Kenneth O’Brien. Hailing from...Show More Summary
Meet Bleitch, an LA-based duo made up of Maddie Deutch (daughter of actress Lea Thompson—the mom in Back to the Future) and Piers Baron (also known by his DJ name “Baron”). Above is the premiere of their video for sly banger “Paint By...Show More Summary
It’s been four years since the last Go! Team record and a lot has changed. By the end of touring 2011’s Rolling Blackouts it became clear that in their current incarnation, the band couldn’t carry on—they had babies and jobs and side projects and it was a logistical nightmare. Show More Summary
There’s a pretty short list of things I could imagine myself doing six times in the month of May. Some of them I won’t list because we’re in mixed company, and others of them I won’t list because I don’t know how to spell them. However,...Show More Summary
Encompassing a wide array of styles and ideas, hip-hop and R&B go together like two swinging double dutch ropes. Some aspects, like the so-called conscious movement, are celebrated as often as they are mocked for their earnesty. But conscious hip-hop’s basement-dwelling cousin, hotep, often flies under the radar. Show More Summary
See what's happening in country music with our daily feature which brings you the latest country music news from around the internet! The post The Daily Buzz: April 15, 2015 appeared first on RoughStock.
Photo by Emmanuel Afolabi Sufjan Stevens' latest album Carrie & Lowell is unlike any previous work he’s ever released. Haunting and intimate, it pulls back the curtain on the devastation and sadness of his childhood and invites us into its aftermath, and says this happened to me. Show More Summary
Taylor Swift took the best song off 1989 and turned it into a Toyota commercial, joining the long legacy of American celebrities appearing in foreign TV spots they’d never agree to stateside. The ad uses “Wildest Dreams” to promote Toyota’s newest hybrid car in the Chinese market. There’s two versions of the ad, but both […]
With a Kickstarter-funded album in the works, the hip-hop legends keep making music on their own terms.
The band that once lived in your television now lives on vinyl.
Photo by Kelly Victoria? Deep Fields started out as the solo project of a guy named Christian Peters, but it didn't remain a single-handed endeavor for long. Peters soon gathered up a bunch of friends he'd randomly met through the course of his life and put together the psych rock/jangle pop outfit. Show More Summary
Exclusive first glimpse of the Orion: The Man That Would Be King poster. Listen to the track above. Those piepes belong to a Southern boy whose poor origins led to a love of gospel music and a need to be on stage—not to mention a rapacious appetite for women. Show More Summary