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    WATCH | Roosevelt “Fever”

    According to NPR, "German producer Roosevelt has spent the last five years honing his sound, a gleaming, dubbed-out blend of '80s new wave and electro-pop that feels like Human League at the beach." Check out the video for the track "Fever" now!
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    WATCH | Allah-Las “Could Be You”

    The video for “Could Be You” off of Allah-Las' forthcoming LP 'Calico Review' (due out September 9 via Mexican Summer) is a black and white testament to their home town, Los Angeles.
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    WATCH | Adam Torres “Some Beast Will Find You By Name” + Tour Dates

    Austin's Adam Torres has a new album out on Fat Possum called 'Pearls To Swine,' and the video for “Some Beast Will Find You By Name“ recently made its debut on Gorilla vs Bear. Click through to watch it now!
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    LISTEN | Danny Brown “Pneumonia” + Tour Dates

    Check out "Pneumonia," the second single from Danny's forthcoming full length album 'Atrocity Exhibition,' and then snatch up some tickets for his upcoming fall tour!
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    LISTEN | Selah Sue ‘Reason’ + Tour Dates

    Belgian artist Selah Sue has recently released her second album, 'Reason,' and will be making her way through New England to support the record here in the U.S. Click through to hear the album in full and to check out her tour dates!
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    WATCH | Atmosphere “The Shit We’ve Been Through” + Tour Dates

    Atmosphere is back with a new album called, 'Fishing Blues,' and you can catch a little sample of that in the new video for the single "The Shit We've Been Through." Catch the group on the road this fall! They're coming to town very you.
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    WATCH | De La Soul Is Not Dead: The Documentary

    Hot on the heels of 'And The Anonymous Nobody,' De La's first album in 12 years, comes a short documentary on the group called "De La Soul Is Not Dead." In the short half hour, you get to hear about the group's origins, triumphs, their tribulations through their eyes, and the folks that were there with them since the beginning.

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LISTEN — Danny Brown ‘Atrocity Exhibition’ + Tour Dates

September 29th, 2016


Originally slated for Friday, September 30th, Danny Brown surprised fans around the world this afternoon during a Twitter Q&A with the early release today of his highly anticipated album, Atrocity Exhibition. As Danny told fans, “Yo whattup bruisers this is Atrocity Exhibition out today. Couldn’t hold it no more longer so had to get the music to the people. Love all y’all everybody check it out.” In the months leading up, Danny has teased with the Mimi Cave-directed video for “When It Rain“, streams of “Pneumonia“, posse cut “Really Doe” f. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Earl Sweatshirt, and previewed clips of “Rolling Stone” on NPR and “Tell Me What I Don’t Know” on Beats 1 Radio with Zane Lowe….

Atrocity Exhibition offers listeners a fresh and bold take on Brown’s ruminations on life and the changes that have occurred -and those that didn’t -following the ups and downs of career success. Atrocity Exhibition makes for a thrilling third installment in the Danny Brown biopic, following the releases of his critically acclaimed and groundbreaking Fool’s Gold albums XXX and Old, sold out shows around the world including opening for Eminem at Wembley Stadium, and collaborations with an eclectic range of artists such as Ghostface Killah, Purity Ring, Rustie, Charli XCX, E-40,the Avalanches and more.

Brown’s words can be found further amplified on this album with massive beats and production by frequent collaborator Paul White and additional contributions from Evian Christ, The Alchemist and Black Milk. Featured guest vocals come from label-mate Kelela, Cypress Hill member B-Real and South African rising act Petite Noir. Pairing his views on the irreconcilable differences between the future and the realities of the present, Danny Brown’s Atrocity Exhibition presents a sonic prism, with intricate use of story-telling and wordplay, showcasing his truly unique art form and pushing him past the boundaries of rap.

Click HERE to listen to ‘Atrocity Exhibition’ on your favorite platform, or catch up on the single “Really Doe” below!

9/27 Des Moines, IA – Wooly’s
9/28 Lincoln, NE – Bourbon Theatre
10/1 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
10/2 Boise, ID – Knitting Factory
10/4 Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre
10/5 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
10/6 Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theater
10/7 Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
10/8 Eugene, OR – WOW Hall
10/11 San Francisco, CA – Regency
10/12 Santa Cruz, CA – The Catalyst
10/14 San Diego, CA – Observatory North Park
10/15 Los Angeles, CA – The Fonda Theatre
10/16 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
10/17 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom
10/18 Albuquerque, NM – Sunshine Theater
10/20 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
10/21 Dallas, TX – South Side Music Hall
10/23 Austin, TX – Emo’s
10/25 New Orleans, LA – Republic New Orleans
10/26 Nashville, TN – Exit In
10/27 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
10/28 Charlotte, NC – The Underground
10/29 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
10/30 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
11/1 Silver Springs, MD – The Fillmore Silver Springs
11/2 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Small’s Theatre
11/3 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
11/4 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
11/5 Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop

WATCH — Red Pill “Instinctive Drowning”

September 28th, 2016


“Today we’re debuting the video to Red Pill‘s title track “Instinctive Drowning”. The song is produced by myself, the video directed by my partner Ason Intrigue (who you may know from my videos to “Gone”, “Silhouette”, “Numb”, etc). I’d like to think of this as Pill & Ason’s “Requiem for a Dream”. Once Ason finished the final render, I couldn’t stop watching it. Everything about this song and video is real. This is the song that made me cry when I finally heard it in context to the album. The video only pushes it further. I can’t believe I even get to be a part of something like this honestly. This video, this album, is for any and everyone struggling to keep it together. Which is all of us. Usually we do it behind a wall, not in public or on Facebook. But Chris (Red Pill) made beautiful art of it. That’s such a rarity. Listen to it like you watch a movie. Turn lights dim, turn off your phone and social media. Just zone out and let it take you there.” — via Illpoetic

Watch “Instinctive Drowning” below!

LISTEN — NØISE “Little Lions” Remixes

September 27th, 2016


“Noise” has myriad connotations… a sound, a sonic disturbance, a fluctuation in a transmitted electrical signal, and so on, but for the moment, tune out the noise and tune in to NØISE. NØISE is the name of the musical endeavor that sees Shepard Fairey, known for creating iconic artwork, such as the Barack Obama “Hope” image, and the Obey Giant campaign, teaming with veteran musicians John Goff, Merritt Lear, and Joe Cassidy. With hints of new wave, electronic music, and modern pop, NØISE, whose Little Lions EP will be released digitally on September 23rd, was born through a unique series of events. A special limited edition double vinyl, gatefold of the 8 remixes will also be available with new artwork by Fairey and artist Ravi Zupa.

WATCH — The Veils “Low Lays The Devil”

September 26th, 2016


The Veils have released the official music video for single “Low Lays The Devil” taken from their new album Total Depravity (out now via Nettwerk Records). Originally, the single was premiered by both NME and Zane Lowe’s Beats1 show, and flew straight on the prestigious BBC 6 Music’s B List, where it remained for six weeks. The new video, filmed in London, all centers around a flamboyant devil figure. Lead singer Finn: “This video was made by Tu Neill and I guess is a depiction of various forms of depravity we’ve witnessed in the world over the last few years, one scene of which should resonate with New Zealanders in particular. It ends with a dance-off with the Devil thrown in for good measure.”

The album reunites the band with producer Adam ‘Atom’ Greenspan (Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Arcade Fire, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Band Of Skulls) and also sees co-production from Run The Jewel’s El-P. Andrews and El-P met up in various locales to collaborate together. Over a two-year period, Total Depravity was recorded at Estúdios Sá da Bandeira in Portugal, Konk Studios in London, Casa Lynch in Los Angeles and El-P’s studio in Upstate New York. Last month, Showtime shared the full cast to David Lynch’s reboot of his groundbreaking 1990 series Twin Peaks. Andrews is one of a handful of musicians set to appear in the upcoming revival; alongside other named artists like Eddie Vedder, Trent Reznor, Sharon Van Etten and Sky Ferreira.

Watch “Low Lays The Devil” below!

WATCH — Ages and Ages “As It Is”

September 25th, 2016


“[“As It Is”] is about the fleeting existence of friendships, apt subject matter considering the band spoke extensively about the changes its home city Portland is experiencing. From band member Tim Perry: “It was pretty hot when we crowded into this studio to record a live video for “As it Is” with a bunch of our friends. Since the song is about ceding control and letting things fall into place, we figured we’d perform it live and set it loose, just as it is.”” — via Brightest Young Things

Watch “As It Is” below, and be sure to read the full interview the band did HERE.

WATCH — Garden City Movement “She’s So Untouchable”

September 24th, 2016


Mayan Toledano, artist and one-half of label Me and You has lent her hazy daydream aesthetics to the the latest video for Tel Aviv-based band Garden City Movement. Set to the trio’s softly seductive electro-pop rhythms of She’s So Untouchable, Toledano’s intimate world of teenage friendship, love and longing is a perfect pastel-hued fit. We spoke with the budding director about how the video’s cast inspired her, the benefits of learning as you go, and why being untouchable is about defying expectations – including societal definitions of gender – and carving out your own identity.” — via i-D

Read the full interview with Mayan Toledano HERE, and watch the video below!

READ — TOKiMONSTA Announces ‘Fovere Remixed’

September 23rd, 2016


“Los Angeles producer TOKiMONSTA announced today Fovere Remixed, an EP featuring a round of reworked tracks off her 2016 album Fovere. For the project she’s enlisted Montreal’s CRi—who has previously released on her Young Art imprint—along with Chicago producer Tensei, After Cluv Dance Lab affiliates Tom & Collins, and fellow SoCal hip-hop producer Exile, known for his work with influential duo Blu & Exile. Fovere was originally released on March 4, including collaborations with Anderson .Paak & KRNE, Jonny Pierce, and Gavin Turek over the course of seven tracks. The EP will arrive via Young Art on September 30, and is available for pre-order now.” — via Thump

Fovere Remixed tracklist:

1. Wound Up (feat. a l l i e) (CRi Remix)
2. Put It Down (feat. Anderson .Paak & KRNE) (Tensei Remix)
3. Giving Up (feat. Jonny Pierce) (Tom & Collins Remix)
4. Put It Down (feat. Anderson .Paak & KRNE) (Exile Remix)

Miss ‘Fovere’ the first time around? Watch the video for the original version of “Wound Up” below!

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