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Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Kanye West debuted his videos for “Bound 2” and “Love Lockdown” on Ellen, and he seems to love showing up on her show every time he’s got some major new aesthetic shift going on. He’s on today’s episode of the show, and he used the appearance to preview his video for “Only One,” the ridiculously [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Last year, Future performed at the fancy 2014 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the tail-end of his European tour, and brought along his affiliate DJ Esco in his posse. As FADER found out, Esco ended up spending 56 days in a Dubai prison after he was arrested for marijuana possession when they arrived at the [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Over the weekend, rumors surfaced that Lil Wayne was considering suing Birdman for $8 million dollars for the delay of his next album, Tha Carter V. Well, the rumors are true, but he’s suing for a hell of a lot more — $51 million, to be precise. TMZ obtained a copy of the lawsuit, and [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Arcade Fire member Will Butler’s solo record Policy is shaping up to be mighty intriguing. Lead single “Take My Side” was a wiry blast of garage rock, a sound Butler veers far away from on the album’s second single. “Anna” is a propulsive new wave track laden with horns, synths, a striking piano figure, and [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Gun violence in America is a problem. The second half of 2014 played out like a nightmare in slow motion, riddled with violent, senseless gun-related deaths. Protests related to the shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson and numerous other incidents involving police killing unarmed black men swept the nation. Into this [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Riff Raff recently announced his intentions of training with Hulk Hogan to become a professional wrestler, but apparently his lifestyle change began before his pursuit of WWE. It’s pretty impossible to tell when Riff Raff is serious and when he’s playing into his absurdist character for laughs, but either way, the rapper is clearly serious [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Taylor Swift’s Twitter hack didn’t expose anything particularly embarrassing, but that’s OK, there’s plenty to joke about in the public record. Consider, for instance, this Vox report that Swift has trademarked the phrase “this sick beat” — as in the “Shake It Off” lyric “You could have been getting down to this sick beat” — [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Donating money to a high school is a noble gesture, but it’s hard not to laugh at the way Migos went about it. The Atlanta rap trio and their label Quality Control Music presented $1,000 to Booker T. Washington High School on one of those giant novelty checks, commemorating the photo op on Instagram yesterday: [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
We have to talk about historical perspective when we’re talking about mixtapes, and we have Lil Wayne to thank and to blame for that. Lil Wayne wasn’t the only one releasing great mixtapes during his mid-’00s monster run, and he wasn’t even the only one who was releasing mixtapes that were arguably better than his [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
The LA-based duo Dirty Dishes released their debut LP Guilty yesterday, a series of unpredictable and totally consuming tracks that are definitely worthy of your time if you haven’t listened already. Today, the band premiered the music video for the album’s shapeshifting lead-off track, “Thank You Come Again.” Directed and edited by comedian Pat Bishop, [...]
Thu, 29 Jan 2015
Björk’s staggering new album Vulnicura entered the world early thanks to a leak. In a new interview with BBC Radio 1′s Zane Lowe (via NME), Björk discusses the leak for the first time. She told Lowe that due to the album’s raw emotional subject matter — her breakup with longtime partner Matthew Barney — she [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Portland-based bedroom R&B purveyor Dan Vidmar hasn’t put out a new project since 2013′s Timeshare EP, but he revealed to Billboard today that a new mixtape entitled 4WZ will drop “any day now.” The first taste of the mixtape is “Right, Alright” a track that feels like a pillowy backtrack from the posturing of last [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Fucked Up’s Ben Cook will soon release Ripe 4 Luv, his latest LP under the moniker Young Guv, and earlier this month we heard the album’s first single, “Wrong Crowd.” Today, Cook shared another new song, the lo-fi power-pop tune “Crushing Sensation,” along with a low-budget video by Danielle Nemet. Watch below. Ripe For Luv [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Earlier today we learned that Fat Possum signed L.A. indie-pop Band To Watch Los Angeles Police Department. It seems they’ve been on a signing spree: Shreveport rockers Seratones are also new to the Fat Possum roster, and their saucy garage-rock track “Chokin’ On Your Spit” is right in the Southern rock wheelhouse that used to [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Coming into the new year, the five guys who curate the Black Market — Ian Chainey, Aaron Lariviere, Wyatt Marshall, Doug Moore, and me — had a few long discussions on what we might do to improve this feature in 2015 (and beyond). We considered expanding its scope, increasing its frequency, changing its format and/or [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Here we have two new songs from Only You, the project of California-based singer Rachel Fannan. She only has a one other little-known single to her name so far, but based on the strength of these tracks, that won’t be the case for long. Her voice is a towering, exquisite masterpiece; it occupies these songs [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
We recently learned about Kenny G’s contributions to Chinese culture and his obsessive stock trading, but did you know he also invented the Frappuccino? OK, invent is too strong a word here, but in a new interview with Bloomberg, the world’s #1 smooth jazz musician says he was a catalyst for the eventual creation of [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
I spent a few days in Boston last summer and was genuinely saddened when the dudes I encountered in Allston didn’t have the same kind of grating, goofy voices that I’ve grown accustomed to when I hear music coming out of the area. Kal Marks, Pile, Krill, and occasionally Bad History Month all have a [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Lxury is a young London dance producer with Disclosure affiliations, and we’ve posted his tracks “Pick You Up” and “Let Down.” On his new single “Square 1,” he joins forces with the downcast singer/producer Deptford Goth for a hard-thumping but atmospheric dance-pop jam. The song’s got a strangely hypnotic animated video from director Mau Morgo. [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Lion Babe are quickly becoming one of those names that crop up in conversations about artists poised to break out in 2015. The silky vocals of Jillian Hervey and minimal, jazzy production of Lucas Goodman hit a sweet spot between pop, electronic, and R&B. Maneuvering through those three realms can be a difficult balancing act, [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Back in December, we premiered the first live video that legendary rock-doc filmmaker Lance Bangs directed for Screaming Females’ song “Ripe,” off of the New Jersey band’s forthcoming album Rose Mountain. I’ve said it several times in recent posts, and I’ll say it again: That record is going to be a total shit-kicker. Get a [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Fresh off of playing outside in the snow, Zola Jesus has shared the video for “Hunger,” a track off of her shoot-for-the-mainstream record Taiga. The video, which was directed by BANGS (aka Allie Avital Tsypin), sees Nika Roza Danilova standing in a series of statuesque poses while the camera sweeps around her. “The video for [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Run The Jewels’ RTJ2 was our favorite album of last year, and if they end up making videos for every song on the record, we will not complain. They’ve already made clips for “Blockbuster Night Part 1” and “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry,” and today they’ve debuted the clip for “Lie, Cheat, Steal,” the monster [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Funk legend Sly Stone has been awarded $5 million in unpaid royalties. Per The Guardian, in a lawsuit filed back in 2010 under his given name is Sylvester Stewart, Stone claimed that his manager Gerald Goldstein and lawyer Glenn Stone urged him to sign an “employment and shareholder agreement” with a company called Even St. [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Los Angeles rapper Open Mike Eagle is about to release a new EP called A Special Episode Of, and today he’s offering an enticing preview in the form of “Raps For When It’s Just You And The Abyss.” Against bleary production by Lo-Phi that feels like a slow-motion dream, Mike spits cerebral yet relatable rhymes [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Even while serving as the ringleader for Michigan indie-pop mainstay Saturday Looks Good To Me, Fred Thomas has always had a ton of projects going on the side. His upcoming new solo album All Are Saved — technically his eighth solo record, but the first that’s getting a major release — plays like a seasoned [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Hundred Waters are a curious case. Their music is so pretty and insular and new-agey that you almost want to think about it in folk-music terms, but they’ve also got the playful rhythmic sensibility of a ’90s IDM producer. So when actual ’90s IDM producers remix them, it just makes sense. The group is about [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Los Angeles Police Department is the solo project of the (you guessed it) Los Angeles-based songwriter Ryan Pollie, and the last song we heard from him was an upending and morose re-working of the Christmas track “O Holy Night.” Pollie specializes in writing introspective pieces of music, so much so that he elevates self-deprecation to [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Gal Pals are an L.A.-based, Texas-reared duo who make shimmering, charged-up indie-pop that walks the line between pop-punk and old-school girl group music. It’s simple and straightforward and tuneful, and as you’ve probably guessed from all that, it’s extremely easy music to like. This group might not exactly bring anything new to the table, but [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
The acutely-focused conceptual duo Public Service Broadcasting released lead single “Gagarin” off their upcoming sophomore album, The Race For Space, a day after being added to the SXSW lineup last fall. Along with a new batch of tour dates, today they’re sharing follow-up single “The Other Side,” which again proves the UK pair are far [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
We saw a lot of grainy fan-made footage of Eels last year thanks to the band’s surprising ongoing partnership with former Journey singer Steve Perry, but from the looks of this preview, the band’s Royal Albert Hall concert film is a truly cinematic piece of work. Recorded last June at the famed London venue, the [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Ever since the release of his instant-classic 2010 single “Wut,” the British producer Girl Unit has been one of the leading lights in the world of forward-thinking dance music. Girl Unit also records thoughtfully bummed-out, relatively insular club music under his Hysterics alter-ego, and he’s got a Hysterics EP coming out next week. One of [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
The most surprising thing about the biggest music beef of last year was that it was relatively one-sided. While Mark Kozelek pumped out two different diss tracks, hinted at a third, and wouldn’t let up at concerts, the War On Drugs frontman Adam Granduciel stayed pretty quiet. Granted, one of the few times he did [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Sometime last year, Atlanta rap world-eater Young Thug and producer Metro Boomin teamed up to from a duo called Metro Thuggin. There was talk of a mixtape, and that sadly hasn’t come to pass yet, though the tracks they’ve made — “The Blanguage,” “Cash Talk” — have been pretty incredible. And now that both Thug [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Because of some weird label stuff, Charli XCX’s Sucker doesn’t officially come out in most places overseas for a few more weeks, almost two months after it was released stateside. The Japanese edition of the album — which is out 2/18 — comes with two versions of the album’s lead singles that specifically cater to [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Last year, Shara Worden released This Is My Hand, her fourth album under her My Brightest Diamond project. The title track for that record has been given a French language makeover with “Ceci Est Ma Main.” In addition to the language change, the instrumentation has been given an update — it now sounds a lot [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Chance The Rapper’s new SURF mixtape with Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment still doesn’t have a release date, but they’ve just shared a teaser video called “Nothing Came To Me.” It features a bit of new music from the group (with trumpets by Nico Segal), and stars celebrity model Cara Delevingne. She looks like [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Aphex Twin — or at least someone with extensive access to Richard D. James’ back library — has been uploading a bunch of tracks to a mysterious Soundcloud over the past few days purporting to be old Aphex tracks that were never released. Pitchfork lays out all of the details as to why these tracks [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
2 Chainz has been teasing his new mixtape The Real University (T.R.U. Jack City) all month with a very entertaining Nancy Grace interview about pot legalization and two strong early singles “Trap House Stalkin’” and “Road Dawg.” The mixtape serves as a showcase for artists on his new label The REAL University, and features tracks [...]
Wed, 28 Jan 2015
Father John Misty stopped by the Spotify offices in New York yesterday during the “blizzard” to perform two songs from I Love You, Honeybear for the employees there. Keeping with his slightly off-key performances (remember Letterman?), he sang “I Love You, Honeybear” and “Bored In The USA” with a karaoke machine and frequently interrupted himself [...]
 
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