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When love is lost, what do you do next? Seek and find? Talk to yourself? Play virtual congas to the Gods of amore? Hard to say, but you’re better off listening to what Prie has to say about the situation in his brand new track, the Jim Hurdle-produced “Love Lost”, the video of which was directed by Jermaine “MainFrame” Fletcher. If you like the song, you can download it for free.
P.S. I want that Fresh Hawaiian Dank T-shirt. XXL please.
Find some elements, combine them and see what happens. That’s what happened here with Cas Metah & Wonder Brown, who put together “Drowning Man” with producer J. Rawls and got Copywrite and Elias into the mix. For the video, Wes Pendleton directed it and added his visual expertise to compliment the music.
The track is from Cas Metah & Wonder Brown’s collaborative album, The Darke Bros. (Illect), which is available now.
What does “Chinese meats: call it chinchilla meat?” This is one of many lyrical questions you may ask yourself when you hear this new track by Murs & Fashawn, and this song is just the first of many songs to come as they’ve collaborated on an album that the press release says is “an amalgamation of all the different styles and eras”. Listen to this track: there’s a bit of hard rock guitar mixed with steel drums, a bit like someone heading to Coachella trying not to act trendy, but realizing they love the air, vibe, and tacos in the vicinity. What?
The two MC’s secured the services of Beatnick & K-Salaam to produce the entire album, and the good people of Duck Down Records will release This Generation on September 25th, which brings up the other question: what exactly is “this generation”? You’ll have to hear this and come up with your own theories.
Indiana is a state I once drove through in 1995, while on vacation. I thought two things: “this is John Mellencamp country” and “it sure is flat”. I didn’t go exploring, and would love a chance to visit someday.
The Mighty Fine have released a video for a song which may or may not talk about their adventures to the state, but what you will see is a band having troubles with their transportation device, and eventually making it to their destination so they can rock out to fans with weird masks. Sounds intriguing? Watch “To Indiana”. If you like Rancid, Green Day, Bad Religion, and Coffin Break, you are sure to like these gents.
If you are a fan, you’ll be happy to know that a split LP with The Shell Corporation with producer Kyle Black is being recorded. No set date yet, other than sometime in “late fall”.
The video looks like hi-tech computer graphics circa 1987. The music is a mixture of the 808 State-style multi-layered groove mixed in with that chop-happy groove that may give you seizures. Let’s hope not, for Birdy Nam Nam make the kind of music you would love to be buried to. There are a number of different layers to this track that you may not be sure where to accent your funk & ass.
The sound of the clubs, the realm of that EDM groove and pop sensibility, the you-know-what-you-want-to-call-it-but-can’t sound can be heard in one Porter Robinson, whose “Language” is said to be the big EDM of the summer. I’m not sure if that’s hype or not, but it’s here for you to decide. You may be humming it in your mind and not know it.
Nick Waterhouse‘s Time’s All Gone album on Innovative Leisure is one of my favorites of 2012 (you can read my review here), and he’s flooring people left and right with his brand of soul. Don’t call it retro, don’t call it classic, just call it good. Call it music. Call it good music. Waterhouse & The Taorts will be hitting the road in a month, and will be doing a number of shows with The Allah-Las. I’ll be honest though: when I saw the Allah-Las name, I read it as “Ala-Ala’s”, the Hawaiian pidgin English term for male genitals. I was thinking “whoa, someone called themselves The Ala-Ala’s? Right on.” That’s not the case here, they’re The Allah-Las.
But this is about Nick Waterhouse, and you can check out him & The Tarots at the following places
September 2… Los Angeles, CA (FYF Festival)
September 26… Denver, CO (Larimer Lounge)
September 28… St. Louis, MO (Plush)
September 29… Indianapolis, IN (The White Rabbit Cabaret)
September 30… Nashville, TN (The High Watt)
October 2… Washington, DC (Rock N Roll Hotel)
October 3… Philadelphia, PA (Johnny Brenda’s)
October 4… Allston, MA (Great Scott)
October 6… New York, NY (Bowery Ballroom)
October 8… Toronto, ON (The Great Hall)
October 10… Chicago, IL (Lincoln Hall)
October 11… Minneapolis, MN (Fine Line Music Cafe)
October 14… Seattle, WA (Neumos)
October 15… Bellingham, WA (The Wild Buffalo)
October 16… Vancouver, BC (Biltmore Cabaret)
October 17… Portland, OR (Star Theater)
October 20… San Francisco, CA (Bimbo’s)
Some are quick to complain about the lack of women in hip-hop, specifically in the MC game. I feel they’re not looking hard enough. I’ll make it easy for you by moving the spotlight towards Angel Haze’s way. She released an EP called Reservation and this song/video is what you can get more of.
With the recent news that Mobb Deep are no more due to internal struggles that pushed Havoc and Prodigy apart, Havoc has created a song that is more or less his response as to why the end of Mobb Deep came about. Or at least this may be one of a number of responses, it is unsure. Nonetheless, here him give his view with “Separated (Real From The Fake)”.
P.S. I’d like to be able to use the line “muthafuckin’ book” as a sample.
New Mono album is on its way, and with a new album comes the first video made for it. It’s for the 12-minute “Legend: A Journey Through Iceland”. Long song, long title, from Mono’s long awaited For My Parents. Don’t long any longer. Press play.
What to expect from the video? Images. I know, “no shit, John”, but you will not see the band in any fashion. The photos, like the song title suggests, are meant to take you on a journey. Go.
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