On My Way Up
The Canadian wonder-boy has done it again. The record sales for Believe are in and they did not disappoint.
It’s Monday, June twenty-fifth, two thousand and twelve.
Lupe Fiasco sends out another deep message for the damsels in distress.
Purity Ring, the All-Canadian duo, has done it again with their second single. Beautifully produced with hooks that sound like they’re straight out of a 90′s R&B track and a futuristic beat.
Dom Kennedy dropped his highly anticipated Yellow Album which has been in heavy rotation.
Nas gears up for number ten, Pusha for number one, Wiz hooks up with fifty and JJ goes free.
This week’s episode includes a cover of Nicki Minaj’s “Starships,” my good friend Harvey on the guitar with one of the more unique and captivating voices i’ve heard in awhile.
The completely independent New York Glitch Pop/Soul Fuzz duo is making noise on many blogs with just this one single out. Thanks to @Smitty346 for the heads up on this one.
It looks a lot like the inspiration for 2 Chainz’s most recent video came from Jay-Z’s “On To The Next One” video. Regardless, for a lacklustre storyline, the visuals are unexpectedly creative and artsy.
The year is 1995 and Dre wants us to keep our heads ringing, Coolio makes his mainstream entrance and exit, Radiohead takes the pivotal sophomore record plunge, as do The Roots, Pac takes it back and Mobb shakes it up.
This is a very unique, ghoulishly comical short film. 10 of the most captivating minutes you’ll spend today. Well done to everyone that was apart of this project.
Happy Monday Folks!
If you’re situated in the same city I am, today is the first sunshine we’ve seen in what feels like weeks. If you’re live some where precipitation is a novelty, I envy you at times. Point being, wherever you may be, new music has no regard for the weather, it will always come out and play.
This week, Cat Power made a surprise visit to the music industry. It’s been six years since she crafted up any new material.
Florence dabbles in the fantasy world of Snow White, Big K.R.I.T. takes the time to thank his fans, and The Alchemist takes it to ScHool to concoct some grunge with Brown.
Chauncey Hollis goes by the name Hit-Boy, the 25-year old producer from California is sitting pretty atop the beat-making throne.
Soundscape will be a small feature inspired by one of my good friends. Amongst his many talents, included is photography and making music. In this feature, we’ll post a photograph and a ringtone to go along with it. The tone will be available for free in M4R format, which will work for an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
The music is completely original and created by Markay. Check out his Soundcloud
Released June 12, 2012 via Mom + Pop Records.
“I’m just as fucked up as they say/I can’t fake the daytime/Found an entrance to escape into the dark,” an opening line to set the precedence for the record. According to a letter, not a blog, but a letter frontman Emily Haines wrote to her family, friends and fans, Synthetica is about identifying with your own reflection, deciphering real from artificial.