Good evening and welcome to Blues & Beats Volume 72, I hope you all enjoyed your long weekend (for us Canadians). If you missed it, there were giant Kanye faces projected on buildings around the world this weekend to promote his brand new single. Unfortunately the track didn’t surface today, but we do have new material from The Weeknd, The Dodos, Banks, D-WHY, Hit-Boy, Gilbere Forté, Mayer Hawthorne, Nipsey Hussle and much more.
Welcome to Monday Blues & Beats Volume 71, hope y’all enjoyed Mother’s Day Weekend. The unintentional but reoccurring theme this week seemed to be “Underrated.” Today’s mix has some music from the ignored, misunderstood, ill-timed or just those that don’t quite receive the credit they deserve. Regardless, all of them have clearly struck a nerve over here at ahealthymedium. Enjoy.
Good morning and welcome to Volume 70 of Monday Blues & Beats. Hope you’re all enjoying the weather wherever you are, eat some ice cream, take a stroll on the beach, and make sure you take some time out of your day to enjoy some new tunes.
“We live in cold world, my job is to rock nations” – Talib Kweli (“Rocket Ships”)
Good morning and welcome to Tuesday folks. This was one of those weeks for me that kind of just dragged on and on and on. So finally last night, I grabbed a couple beers and dove head first into some new music. We’ve got fresh material from Florence + The Machine, J. Cole, MGMT, Ab-Soul, Daughter, Clams Casino and more.
Good morning and Happy Tuesday to all of you. I took a short trip to Alberta to visit the FamJam over there, so I caught up on a week of music in a few hours last night. What a week! The Great Gatsby soundtrack information surfaced along with a single from Ms. Del Rey, and a couple snippets from the Carter family. Daft Punk and Pharrell’s mysterious single has finally surfaced in all its electronic glory. DJ Khaled links up with the usual suspects for another anthem. New stuff from Ryan Hemsworth, Disclosure, Drake, The Neighbourhood, London Grammar and lots more.
Good morning and welcome to Volume 67 of Monday Blues & Beats brought to you by ahealthymedium. This past week Jay-Z was in the studio cooking up a new jam, Empire Of The Sun has resurfaced, Big K.R.I.T. dropped another mixtape, Poliça sets up for a new record and much more.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Volume Sixty-Six of Monday Blues & Beats and what has been a voluptuous week of music. Spent the weekend down in Portland, had a few donuts, caught a Trail Blazers game but now it’s back to work. New albums from James Blake, Kid Cudi, The National, Big Sean, Talib Kweli, Tyga, The-Dream on the way with singles to keep our ears perked until then.
Monday Tuesday to everyone, hope you all enjoyed Easter Weekend and any time & a half pay you may have received. Lots of good music this past week, so let’s get into it.
Monday means new music over here at AHM, so let’s get into it. Side-note: This week Justin Timberlake graced the music industry with his third solo LP, which I personally think will sell over 700,000 copies first week, but we shall see. Now to the music, we have a couple tunes coming to us from overseas, an all-star remix to Rihanna’s “Pour It Up,” John Legend back in the saddle, and much more.
Happy Monday, hope everyone enjoyed St. Paddy’s Day and has recovered by now. The highly anticipated Kendrick Lamar remix featuring a man by the name of Jay-Z has finally arrived. Beyoncé responds to the confusion towards going on tour with no new music by dropping some (you guessed it) new music. Tsu Surf dropped his new tape, a couple singles from from Little Boots and Vampire Weekend, plus much more.