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  • READ – St. Vincent’s Masseducation + Tour Dates

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STREAM – Juakali – Feathers Too Bright Mini Mix by DJ Scoobie

January 14th, 2014


Trinidadian MC and singer Juakali is streaming a promo mix for his album Feathers Too Bright! Mixed by DJ Scoobie, the mini mix features many of the tracks off of Feathers Too Bright, as well as two tracks by Slick Rick. Juakali continues to lead the dubstep generation with his energetic, hip-hop/dubstep beats, infused with tones of reggae that create an in-your-face style that is totally original. Buy it on iTunes here!

VIDEO – Milosh – “This Time”

January 14th, 2014

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Compiled from the footage he and his wife took over his world tour for Rhye, “This Time” represents Michael Milosh’s most recent change in direction musically. Now known as simply Milosh, the Canadian electronic musician has pushed boundaries with his bouncing rhythms and distant vocals to create a blessing for all of us.

DOWNLOAD – Lord Echo – Digital Haircut Dub

January 14th, 2014

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Lord Echo‘s latest and greatest is out now.. for free! The Australian based electronic producer has dropped his latest track Digital Haircut Dub on Rolling Stone’s website.
Check out the free download for Digital Haircut Dub by Lord Echo on Here!

Lee Bannon Interview On XLR8R

January 13th, 2014


Lee Bannon provides some serious insight into his new album Alternate/Endings, in which he derives from his usual jazz influenced beats to a more aggressive, synth-heavy, junglebeats. Bannon talks to XLR8R on how he came up in the music industry, and some of his musical inspirations. Check out the full interview here!

Kelis In SPIN Top 50 Albums Of 2014

January 9th, 2014

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Remember when Kelis released a dance album? One that was executive produced by will.i.am and hosted one of David Guetta’s best pop-crossover hits ever? (It was called “Acapella” — please take a moment and refresh your memory, if you must.) Well, Kelis has changed it up again. She’s back with a new RnB album under Ninja Tune. Read the full story at spin.com