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Hip-hop is dead, hip-hop is in a new renaissance, hip-hop is hooligan-ism, hip-hop is at a crossroads. Regardless of where you think hip-hop music, we’re still discussing it. While a lot of bad music is being pushed in the mainstream, there’s a lot of music that arguably deserves more attention and when I hear it, I want to celebrate that. Case in point: this new track by The Package. The song is from their album which talks about what this time in history may become, a New Golden Era. As you listen to this, there are hints of a number of artists, everyone from Common to The Roots, Keith Murray to Gang Starr, and it’s not to say that they particularly sound like these artists, but that it represents a time when making hip-hop relied on being good, not on gimmicks.
Their album can be downloaded for free, so there’s no excuse to avoid it. If you like the song and video, find out more by heading to NewGoldenEra.com.
Shabazz The Disciple has been making music for almost 20 years, and he keeps on offering his words of wisdom against the wicked. I’m always impressed by his work, and here’s a new one. Non-believers are a non-issue, this isn’t for you if you are one.
She has been doing a good amount of traveling with her music, playing with/for others and making a few cameos in videos by her friends, but now she has a cool video to call her own. This is “Mammatus Mindtricks”, taken from Kat O1O‘s great album Natural Phenomenons/Natural Phenomena, and the song and video are simple in its approach, nothing too complex but it does what it has to do. Simply put, it’s Miss O1O going to an amusement park and enjoying the day. In a way it’s her approach to music too, like entering a toy box of music and enjoying the surprises that lie within.
The video was directed by Ethan Parsonage, better known as Headnodic, her bandmate in Crown City Rockers.
I’ve liked some Oasis songs and admired their love for anything and everything Beatles, but I found it to be a bit boring. In other words, I was never completely sold by what they did, even though the group were praised by others. However, Noel Gallagher is doing his own thing and I find myself liking this even more. The song (and video) has a nice Americana feel, which may be a dumb term to describe a forgotten style of pop, rock, and country forgotten by artists because it’s viewed as something of the best, yet some of the best music made in the last 20 years happens to be “Americana”, and if Americans have forgotten it, why not have it played by those who treasure it more? I know, fighting words, right? But watch and listen to this and tell me if you don’t agree.
As reported earlier this month, Gallagher’s new group ls called Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and their self-titled debut album will be released by Sour Mash/Mercury. Apparently “The Death Of You And Me” will be the first UK single, no word on what will be the first US single or why that matters in 2011 anymore. Format fanaticism aside, this is very good.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.