Ever wondered what Foxygen doing a Death Grips song would sound like? This might just be your answer.
Ammar Salim Khidhir plans to complete a series of 20 paintings to help the world understand the crisis gripping Iraq.
Foxygen pull a Death Grips with some new music post-"breakup." Read more articles like "New: Foxygen – “24 Hour Lover Man”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New: Foxygen – “24 Hour Lover Man” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Protests over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray in Baltimore, Maryland gripped the city this week and prompted a series of news reports and social media posts reflecting the unrest that has unfolded. Gray died on April 19 after sustaining...Show More Summary
As the city of Baltimore comes to grips with the violence, protests and turmoil that has enveloped the area following the mysterious death of Freddie Gray in police custody, those in the city are looking for inspiration and advice from all angles. Show More Summary
Egyptian-general-turned-president Abdel Fattah al Sisi's iron grip on dissident is likely to be put to the test with the sentencing to death of 11 soccer fans for involvement in a politically loaded football brawl three years ago that...Show More Summary
It sounds like somebody's been listening to a lot of Death Grips and Pharrell…
photo: Death Grips at FYF Fest 2013 (more by Wei Shi) It's still kind of hard to believe that Death Grips will actually tour this year, but apparently fans and show promoters have faith. Their NYC show (set to happen...
Kenya gripped by mourning, fear and anger after the death of 148 students in the terror attack on Garissa University College
When I was watching Gnarwhal rage away at Stereogum’s SXSW party, I was reminded that before Zach Hill was playing provocateur with Death Grips, he was playing ballistic math-rock instrumentals with Hella. It’s one of the most impressive tricks in music, that ability to maintain complete control of infinitesimal details while sounding completely out-of-your-mind spontaneous. […]
Photo by Corey Williams Before Def Jux, before Death Grips, before Yeezus, there was Dälek. MC/producer Dälek (Will Brooks), co-producer Oktopus (Alap Momin) and their collaborators dragged hip-hop through noise and distortion on their debut EP Negro, Nekro, Nekros, and dropped it onto New Jersey’s late-90s DIY scene. Show More Summary
Now that you've come to grips with the fact The Walking Dead is gone until October, you'll no doubt welcome the chance to revisit this past (pretty good) season with a supercut of every on-screen death, both human and walker! Put on your raincoat, because things are about to get bloody. The Walking Dead returns to AMC in October. Show More Summary
Death Grips Jenny Death [Harvest; 2015] by Simon Chandler Rating: Death Grips reached full disclosure at the very beginning of their arc. On the first track (“Beware”) of their debut mixtape ( Exmilitary ), MC Ride betrayed the trio’s...Show More Summary
Simple, unnerving, and a little bit nausea-inducing. Read more...
Death Grips have always been enigmatic, which is a good thing, because they’ve always tried so
The Powers That B may never be fully understood, but the pursuit of unattainable knowledge is its own reward. Read more articles like "Review: Death Grips, The Powers That B" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Review: Death Grips, The Powers That B appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Death Grips have shared another video from Jenny Death, the second disc of their double-album The Powers That B. This time it’s the frantic electro-noise-rap rave-up “I Break Mirrors With My Face In The United States,” following “On GP” last week. The clip is basically just an insane MC Ride selfie, yet it’s still highly […]
A ferocious visual to match an equally raging track off the group's Jenny Death album.
The apparently newly reformed Death Grips have just shared the video for "I Break Mirrors With My Face in the United States", from their upcoming album Jenny Death. In the video, MC Ride's microphone is turned into a selfie stick as the band runs through the song. Show More Summary
NY metalcore vets Sworn Enemy play Saint Vitus on May 2 with Wretched and Hammer Fight. Tickets are on sale now. Kristian Nairn, aka Hodor on Game of Thrones, is doing another Rave of Thrones DJ set on August...