At the Drive In Announce First New Album in 17 Years, Share New Song: Listen

by Noah Yoo @Pitchfork “Incurably Innocent” is the second offering from in•ter a•li•a At the Drive In have announced a new album, in•ter a•li•a. It’s their first in 17 years, following 2000’s Relationship of Command. The record (whose title is Latin for “among other things”) is out May 5 via Rise Records. It was produced... Continue Reading →

Kamasi Washington – Full Performance (Live on KEXP) http://KEXP.ORG presents Kamasi Washington performing live in the KEXP studio. Recorded December 2, 2016. Songs: Re Run The Rhythm Changes Host: Larry Rose Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs & Benjamin Adamson Audio Mixing: Matt Ogaz Cameras: Alaia D'Alessandro, Luke Knecht & Aron Roberts Editor: Alaia D'Alessandro

Eskmo – Cloudlight First single on Ninja Tune from new label signed Eskmo (aka Brendan Angelides). Director: Dugan O'Neal Director of Photography: David Myrick Visual Effects and Motion Design: Brandon Hirzel (BEMO) Producer: Jack Richardson Still photographer: Brice Matson Visit:

Studio Essentials: Jeroen Search

by XLR8R Staff @XLR8R The Dutch techno veteran speaks on the synths that have been essential during his two decade career. Longevity in the techno world isn’t the easiest feat to pull off. Having the essential understanding of the sound, as well as the additional flare, is one thing, but holding onto it is something... Continue Reading →

The genius of MF DOOM in 10 essential tracks

by Oli Marlow @FACT It’s actually really hard to try and fully convey the full magnitude and influence of infamous British-born rapper Daniel Dumile. His music, released under his unique range of guises, has an impossible number of high watermarks. His Stones Throw-released 2004 album, Madvillainy – a record made completely in collaboration with Californian... Continue Reading →

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