Death Grips have always played the rap game at a meta level, and today they continue by throwing another wrench into the Commercial Machine, releasing their new Government Plates LP as FREE download, as well as creating a video for every track on the record. If you’re looking for clues as to their motivation, song-titles like “Bootleg (Dont need your […]Read more ›
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Shabazz Palaces dip back into to 2011′s excellent LP Black Up (Sub Pop) with this menacing new video for an “An Echo from the Hosts that Profess Infinitum“, directed by Joris Grelet. Everything about this track is unsettling and Gelet’s portraits of highly stylized assassins wielding swords, daggers, and molotov cocktails is right on. Conjuring up the mystical assassin Hassan […]Read more ›
Shabazz Palaces do a real number on Animal Collective‘s “New Town Burnout“, making the track very much their own in the process! While AC’s version seems to find vocalist Avey Tare dreaming of home, while returning from far-off travels to strange lunar jungles, home seems to carry a much more dubious connotation in the Shabazz Palaces’ version. Ishmael Butler and […]Read more ›
New live music this week from Sole and the Skyrider Band. Checkout videos for the tracks “Battlefields” and “Fire”, which is off the band’s newest LP, Hello Cruel World. These videos were filmed at the Nectar Lounge in Seattle, August 18th. Stream the videos below, read more after the jump, and check out the podcast here…iTunes. CONTINUE READING STREAMING MEDIA […]Read more ›
Quite the devilish collection of music videos on the TV PARTY! this month. Must be something in the water making Satan not so boring. Our round-up of favorites includes “Devils” from Say Hi, “Devils Hearts Grow Cold” from La Sera, as well as The Twilight Singers deranged Santa Claus, No Age’s infernal destruction, and the beast that is Tyler the […]Read more ›
Lot’s of great music to look forward to this year, so we thought we’d preview some of our favorite bands and labels with music set to come out in 2011! Had trouble paring it down to just 11, but in the name of thematic consistency we’d go to any lengths! Here’s what we can’t wait to get our dirty little […]Read more ›