Lindsey Bitson – Wash

Lindsey Bitson

Wash


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Jul 09, 2021

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Alice Phoebe Lou,
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female vocalist
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Why do we like this?

As the second single off of Lindsey Bitson’s first EP, Bathing in Yesterday’s Fires, “Wash” is a vocally sultry and instrumentally psychedelic exploration of sound and of the human experience.

Written as a reflection on the nature of addiction, it still feels relatable to all: looking to be safe and to feel happy. It’s interesting: we all seek happiness, each and every one of us, in everything that we do. Some of us find routes towards that sought-after contentment fraught with thorns and obstacles, and others somehow strike luck and hop on a fluffy cloud upon which to float there.

Those that land there covered in thorns have thick skin, those on the clouds are a little more precious, but either way, that we arrive and can be together, in happiness, is beautiful and special.

Wherever you are on your journey to happiness, I hope you’re on your way, I hope you get there soon, and I hope that adding “Wash” to your soundtrack along the way makes it that much more bearable. With its gorgeous composition and faultless performance, I have no doubt it will.

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Jami & Lindsey Bitson ♡




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Loverground – Whatever Happens, Happens

Loverground

Whatever Happens, Happens


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Jun 08, 2021

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DJ Poolboi,
Ross from Friends,
Channel Tres

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toro y moi
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lo-fi house
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ross from friends

Why do we like this?

“If it doesn’t work out, it doesn’t work out” — a rather simple way to live life open-handedly.

I’ve heard it taught before that there are three types of sufferings we, as humans, face: the suffering of encountering that which we do not want, the suffering of losing what we have, and the suffering of not getting what we want. They all take place within the metaphorical fist that holds on too tight, and are counteracted by the open hand that arrives with the thought ‘whatever happens, happens.’

Loverground’s “Whatever Happens, Happens” is a nice reminder of this approach to life and, smooth as it is, stretches out like a slide, upon which we can wind our way through life, hopefully landing in a splash of fun and joy, ready to laugh at whatever appears.

Speaking to the track, Kevin Erlicher, AKA Loverground, says:

It sets the mood for the rest of the EP, out this summer on Majestic Casual. I wanted to mix light-hearted, clubish/summer-y sounds with a deeper, meaningful message. The lyrics say ‘No need to worry about the future, cause you won’t get to know, the moment is right now.’ That’s the message that I want to get out there: no need to worry, whatever happens, happens.

These funky beats you’ve got in your ears right now serve as the title track of the EP, Whatever Happens, Happens, out June 2nd via Majestic Casual.




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SWEATSON KLANK – The Road to Love

SWEATSON KLANK

The Road to Love


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May 28, 2021

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Kratos Himself,
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Electronic
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,
electronica

Why do we like this?

I’m an absolute sucker for free-form jazz. Throw in a hefty dose of electronica and funk and I’m yours forever. Sweatson Klank has produced an absolute banger of a track that you can get up and jive to just as easily as you can sit and listen to with a pair of quality headphones while appreciating every textured beat.

“The Road to Love” is soulful, progressive, and contemporary, and showcases Sweatson Klank’s forward thinking approach at its finest. It’s bright and clear with brassy hi-hats aplenty, a groovy-as-hell saxophone, some bassy, soulful vocals, and melodic keys that just won’t quit. This is easily my favourite of his tracks so far, particularly for the way it incorporates an old-school feel to a decidedly and assertively new-school track.

This lively little nugget was released as a single ahead of Sweatson Klank’s new EP, Jewels From the Sun, which will be out June 25.




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IkeN – Lorn

IkeN

Lorn


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May 25, 2021

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abrahamblue,
LOVELEO,
Frank Ocean

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downtempo
,
indie R&B
,
frank ocean

Why do we like this?

Said to explore one person’s reluctance to show feelings for another, I feel totally at home showing just how much I like this single. It pretty much ticks all my boxes. “Lorn” is a catchy, R&B-inspired, track with abstract lyricism sung through beautiful breathy vocals. Count me in!

“I’m not lovelorn, I’ve just let emotions grow,” sings the Kenyan songwriter, singer, and producer — IkeN. Speaking to the track they say:

“The lyrics are more metaphorical in this song, and I think that allows listeners to interpret and create their own, unique stories, through the same words.”

“Lorn” comes after the release of IkeN’s debut EP at second sight, and is to be followed by a series of equally unique pieces of alt-pop. If you’d like to hear more, you can find him on Spotify.




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Isabel – Bonita

Isabel

Bonita


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May 25, 2021

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female vocalist
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electro-pop
,
pop

Why do we like this?

You may recognize the incredible voice of Isabel from previous project Hugh. Well, this bonita from Brighton has since branched out on her own, teaming up withRuss Chimeson production duties for her solo debut Press Pause EP.

The first-ever track from the EP, “Bonita,” landed in February and I was immediately taken with the release. The alt-RnB influenced pop number is imbued with a coquettish sense of naivety, the illusion of which is further elevated by Isabel’s vocals — her effortless top-register — and simple piano intro.

Check Isabel out on Instagram.



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Irkid – Akureyri Shore

Irkid

Akureyri Shore


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May 05, 2021

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Rone,
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Daphni

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ambient
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Experimental electronic
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ambient electronic

Why do we like this?

Pietro is Irkid (one half of Go Hawaii). He has just released his first EP, Kohola, under the aforementioned moniker. The four tracks that constitute the EP are layered beautifully and give out a feeling of exploratory wonder and a child-like sense of curiosity. It’s quite pleasant.

The last and shortest of the quartet of songs is “Akureyri Shore.” The title is in reference to the northern Icelandic city. The melody has a slow, but, not at all boring pace, it progresses and changes around a constant and titillating sound, that starts almost at the first-minute mark, and then we hear it throughout the rest of the song. The first fifty seconds feel like its preparing, setting up what will be this gorgeous song.

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Aunty Social – Unsmiling

Aunty Social

Unsmiling


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May 04, 2021

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Boyish,
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indie pop
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indietronica

Why do we like this?

I often talk about lyrics in my posts, but it’s rare that I feel truly awed by them. Well, rare is the case in Aunty Social’s “Unsmiling” because if I could write 1/16th as well as her, I’d be 100% satisfied in my abilities.

Moving on to the music video, I’m once again blown away. Not only is it visually appealing but the concept that comes across for me is exciting and displays a level of artistry that I feel a natural admiration towards. Seated at a dinner table, Daniela Gitto is adorned with a pearl-studded dog cone, unable to scratch an itch or lick a wound.

Sometimes, the person on the other end of a relationship can feel just like that — an itch to scratch or a wound to lick. This applies more so to passion-filled connections, yet it goes by, for the most part, unnoticed until the very end. Though somewhere in us, we knew all along. Speaking to the track Daniela says:

“This song is about a relationship between two people. The relationship is fueled by passion and killed by emotional instability. The conflict between feeling intensely and their impulsive ways of expressing it creates an addiction to excitement and unpredictability. Deep down, they both want a chance at domesticity and regularity, but it is impossible because their relationship was already built from its inevitable destruction.”

Aunty Social‘s new EP, It Looks Friendly, will be released on September 24, 2021. “Unsmiling” marks the first single.




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Popcaan Assembles Unruly Camp For “Solid Focus Riddim” EP Ft. Zamunda, Furnace & Valiant

Popcaan assembled his Unruly camp for a new EP, Solid Focus Riddim.

Jamaican deejay Popcaan is no stranger to making hits. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the music industry, such as Vybz Kartel and Beenie Man locally, and Megan Thee Stallion, Drake, and Tory Lanez internationally. The deejay has not only managed to cultivate a loyal fanbase but also a loyal crew who all represent his Unruly outfit.

Last year, Popcaan told Ebro during an interview on Hot 97 that he was working on a project that would feature most members of his Unruly camp. The deejay recently revealed that he would be releasing a new EP this summer titled Solid Focus Riddim. Sadly, the short tracklist doesn’t fit the bill of the project he touted last year. Nonetheless, the 4-track EP that will feature mentees Zamunda, Valiant and, Furnance is something to look forward to. The brand new EP is his second collection of songs to be released this year.

Terror Family Production has full control over this one and is ensuring that Popcaan’s “Survivor,” Zamunda’s “Preserve My Life,” Valiant’s “Poverty Get Away,” and Furnace’s “Unafraid Life” are all sounding as they should.

Producer Courtney Samuels, better known as Stamma T of Terror Family Production, was pleased with and motivated by the way the fans received Popcaan’s “Survivor,” which is the first release from the project. He believes that the initial support will continue for the remainder of the project that provides the other members of the clan with a medium to showcase their unique talent.

In a recent press release, Samuels indicated that he considers each of the tracks to be one of a kind and thinks that the artists were cohesive in their collaboration. He believes the EP will certainly be well-loved.

The 4-track project is being distributed by internationally renown EMPIRE Distribution based in San Francisco, California. TFP Label executive Mark Lawrence commended the quality of the new voices featured on the EP as profound even though they are not as experienced.

Normally more dancehall-oriented, these talented individuals highlight just how well-rounded they are by opting for a more reggae fusion type beat with acoustic guitar, in contrast to their usual aggressive tone. The songs on the EP collectively focus on being thankful, staying positive, and staying true to yourself. The project is worth listening to, whether you are a die-hard fan of reggae or dancehall music or a new listener to either genre.

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Ali Awan – Moon Mode

Ali Awan

Moon Mode


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Apr 30, 2021

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Spoon,
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Here We Go Magic

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indie rock
,
broken bells
,
beck

Why do we like this?

Story has it that Ali Awan was strumming away on his guitar one day when he happened to land upon a lick he quite liked.

He wanted to turn it into a song, but lacked a bit of direction.

Enter Nina Simone. She visited him in a dream and said “Ali, draw inspiration from my song Sinnerman.”

Ali was surprised to have been visited by none other than Nina Simone, but he obliged. And the result was this very song “Moon Mode.”

So basically we have Nina Simone to thank for this song. Thanks, Nina.

Ali’s gearing up to release a new EP (also titled Moon Mode) via Born Losers Records in June. Keep an ear out!




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Sea Glass x Sky Adler – Lemon Lime Watermelon

Sea Glass x Sky Adler

Lemon Lime Watermelon


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Apr 26, 2021

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Rex Orange County,
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indie pop
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bedroom pop
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Why do we like this?

Sea Glass has brought us a fresh sound in the form of “Lemon Lime Watermelon” straight from the world of dreams. After dreaming of the main ukelele line, eventually, the artist fleshed out the song, to which Sky Adler added the top line.

“Lemon Lime Watermelon” has a great indie-pop feel to it that always piques my interest. Adding to it, a fun little changeup that provides an experimental feel, I was hooked.

This marks the third single off of Sea Glass’ forthcoming EP, Advanced Youth, andis the first of two tracks on the EP that features Sky Adler. If you’re wanting to find it on Spotify, you can do so in our Hot Picks playlist. Enjoy.




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Beshken – Tendryl

Beshken

Tendryl


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Apr 16, 2021

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ambient
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indietronica
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Why do we like this?

Released as a single ahead of his forthcoming EP of the same name, “Tendyrl,” in Beshken’s own words, is a song about “tumbling through space.” The track elicits a slightly ethereal quality and is almost spiritual in the way it floats and wraps around your thoughts and desires, cradling them softly and then flinging them out into the vast, expansive soundscape of atmospheric electronica that we’ve come to know as Beshken’s wheelhouse.

Born in LA and now coming to you from the streets of New York, Ben Shirken, or Beshken as he’s publicly known, is a master of blending elements of indie, experimental dance, ambient, psychedelia, and dream-pop, and does so in a way that is truly unique. He dances, chameleon-like, through genres and tempos, creating an ever-evolving oeuvre that defies categorization.

Beshken has shared the stage with big names in electronica including Macintosh Plus, XXYYXX, Men I Trust, Crumb, and Gus Dapperton. Following his 2017 EP, For Time is the Longest Distance Between Two People, he released two singles, “Victim” and “The Medicine,” and shortly after emerged with his debut record, Aisle of Palm, which took a deep dive into unpacking the transitional states between places and within one’s self. Tendryl is his latest offering, due out April 17th, and self-released on his own label, 29 Speedway.




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H.E.R. Calls On Reggae Artists For Her New EP

Grammy Award-winning soul singer H.E.R. has landed in Jamaica as she works on an upcoming reggae-inspired EP as well as a song on DJ Khaled’s upcoming album “Khaled Khaled.”

The soulful singer who collaborated with Bob Marley’s grandson Skip Marley on their hit song “Slow Down” which was nominated for a Grammy, said her EP will feature other reggae artists from within the island.

“Me and DJ Khaled have a song together that I’m really excited for people to hear, and he wanted to shoot the video here. My EP that I’ll be releasing is gonna feature a lot of reggae artistes. It’s gonna be dope,” she said to local newspaper, Jamaica Observer.

H.E.R says after making “Slow Down” she was inspired to make Reggae music, especially since she has always loved the genre.

“I felt like Slow Down was one song that made me even want to dive into reggae even deeper. I’ve always loved reggae, and now I’m about to do a whole reggae project,” she began. “My EP is definitely coming this year. I’m still finishing it up and making sure its great before releasing it.”

“Slow Down” was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best R&B song. The song was among several nominations for H.E.R. (acronym for Having Everything Revealed), who was born Gabriella Sarmiento Wilson at the Grammys. She eventually walked away with Song of the Year for 2021 for her song “I can’t breathe.”

The song was centered around the Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd, whose last words were “I can’t breathe,” as a police officer Derek Chauvin kept his knees on his neck for nine minutes. An ongoing trial of Chauvin has found that his actions led to the death of Floyd.

According to H.E.R, the ensuing protests and social upheaval weighed heavy on her, and the win for her song was unexpected.

“It’s such a big deal and an honour. I didn’t expect to win it, and there were so many amazing artistes in the same category. When I heard the announcement, I was super surprised. The [song’s] message, it really came from my own personal anxiety and looking at the world around me and my perspective of the world and what was going on in the summer of 2020 and the protests in America,” she said.

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“I couldn’t really believe that people listened to the song and it gave them perspective. It really means the world to me just because it’s an important message and also very personal to me.”

Meanwhile, H.E.R has not revealed who the artists are who will feature on her EP, but it seems likely that DJ Khaled is lining up the links among the best of Reggae and Dancehall. The EP is expected to be released later this year.

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Vershon Confirms Deal With Warner Music UK & Drops New EP “Only One”

Dancehall entertainer Vershon has recently teamed up with UK hit-making gang FaNaTix for his first project with Warner Music (UK) via its Parlophone musical arm.

Vershon, known predominantly for his catalog of conscious songs, has offered fans a reminder that he is also able to blend various elements into his music. The project features the likes of Turf President Busy Signal, UK Grime rapper Chip, formerly Chipmunk; Trillary Banks; and Y Cee.

A majority of the tracks on the project cater to the ladies. Chip offers his assistance on “Reality,” as both men explain just why they love and adore women who sport their natural features and retain their beauty, whether online or in reality. “Whisper,” “Stick By Me,” and the fast-paced dance number “Shake It Up,” round out the cuts for the females. “Original” shows that Vershon also has a pretty grimy side to him.

Fans got a taste of that version of Vershon during his high profile lyrical face-off with Jahmiel. The two are no longer beefing after Jahmiel extended a peace offering as a part of his journey back to his more spiritual nature. “Thingz” featuring Busy Signal packs ingredients which have helped to shape Vershon’s prior hits such as “Inna Real Life,” “Ruff Up The World,” “On and Off Switch,” “Used to Hungry,” “Mercy A God,” and “Outside.”

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In a recent press release, Vershon spoke on his 2019 signing as well as how his second EP came about.

“I did an EP independently in 2017 called One More Day. So now, working with FaNaTiX. It’s new. Signing with Parlophone is also new because I’ve never signed a record deal. So that’s why I decided why not just put out an EP instead of one song so it’s a body of music,” he said.

The 3-man team at FaNaTiX music has earned their space in the musical sphere with hits from the likes of Stylo G, Vybz Kartel, Nicki Minaj, Popcaan, Giggs, among other top urban acts. Vershon explained just how his brand new EP came to be exclusively produced by the UK-based trio and how British award-winner and soul pioneer Plan B assisted with “Stick By Me.”

“It’s my third release from my new EP and was created whilst working with producer artist team The FaNaTiX. The FaNaTiX were in Montego Bay running a writing camp and on one of these occasions, Plan B was there working with them, they introduced us and encourage him to get involved in our session. Plan B joined us at the table with a bunch of laptops, a microphone set up and a room full of vibes and energy,” Vershon shared with Wonderland Music Magazine.

The EP has been receiving heavy rotation since its release on March 05, 2021. While speaking on his signing to the label, which has housed the likes of The Beatles, Queen, Duran Duran, Tina Turner, Roxette, and The Pet Shop Boys, the Jamaican entertainer shared how optimistic he was about the move. “Warner Music is an established international label, so that is an excellent move for me. I can see where things can happen internationally for my career,” he said.

Yehra – Daydreaming

Yehra

Daydreaming


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Daniela Andrade,
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Rhye

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female vocalist
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dream pop
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shoegaze

Why do we like this?

I think I’ve just found my female equivalent of the one, the only Mike Milosh in Yehra’s Barbadian-Canadian singer, Jen Mahon.

If that wasn’t bound to win me all the way over, that the song takes its time with a wound-down tempo and trickling guitars left me no chance but to absolutely love this. “Daydreaming” hits all the marks and I will happily have this accompany me, on repeat, throughout this weekend. And best believe it’s being sent out to friends as the definite ‘track of the week.’

“Daydreaming” is the first single off Yehra’s debut EP, Magnetic. This new project is comprised of previously-mentioned, Jen Mahon, and Danish producer, Rasmus Liebst. The duo has been working together for almost a decade without ever having met in real life. With a little bit of Internet, talent, and something extra I could only label as magic-sauce, this pair has got me excited for what’s to come, and I hope you are too.




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Real Estate – Half a Human

Real Estate

Half a Human


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Feb 26, 2021

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Mac DeMarco,
Deerhunter,
Beach Fossils

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indie pop
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dream pop
,
real estate

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God, this thing is sweet. Sweet, warm and buttery. Exactly what we want and expect from Real Estate at this point.

This song is so warm, you can almost hear the tape winding. It sounds raw, but the denseness in the arrangement betrays Real Estate’s intent: translating sounds gone by for the internet age.

On March 26th, we’re getting a full EP of songs that are leftovers from last year’s full album. This song is the title track. If this sets the tone for the rest of the music, there’s no reason not to be excited.




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Men I Trust – Tides

Men I Trust

Tides


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indie

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Multi-layered fluid synths interspersed with floaty, sensual vocals and lyrics that paint an uneasy and uncertain picture complete the space-age, watery offering that is Men I Trust’s new single, “Tides.” Spanning the full spectrum of frequency depth, it’s the tightly nuanced beats and a stable bassline that perfectly contain what would otherwise be a relatively amorphous piece of music.

The slow-moving missive appears to be about doomsday extremists who use their religion to fuel their zealousness, and even includes a biblical reference to Revelations:

“A hundred forty-four, by thousands, waiting for the clear

Oh, how sublime

To marvel at an ugly world from home

They made it to midnight

They know they’re right

Awake forever”

“Tides” was released on February 12th, along with the actual EP artwork, which was kept hidden as a surprise prior to the release of the single. In the meantime, they showcased a UFO-centric painting by Noemi Varfalvy; whom, it should come as no surprise, loves aliens, obscurity and strange happenings just as much as the band itself. In line with these predilections, “Tides” is beautiful and weird, and echoes Men I Trusts’ signature sound in a style that is truly their own.




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Kartell – Crossing Paths (Ft. SG Lewis)

Kartell

Crossing Paths (Ft. SG Lewis)


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instrumental
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I’m rather easy to please: I love Rhye, so if an artist has collaborated with Rhye my interest is automatically piqued.

I imagine most of you already know SG Lewisbut forme, “Time” featuring Rhye, and now, “Crossing Paths” with Kartell, marks the start of my Lewis listening journey. A journey of a thousand songs begins with a single colab — that’s the saying, right? Well, whatever it is, this trip down SG Lewis-Lane has lead me to Kartell’s EP, Daybreak. On it, we find the likes of Tim Atlas, Che Lingo, Qendresa, and Coops.

It seems that for both of these artists, ‘collaboration’ is the name of the game as SG Lewis’ latest EP, times, is also marked with features from several big-name artists (cough, cough: Rhye.) Both SG Lewis and Kartell’s EPs dropped on February 19th, twinnies?

Join me in giving Daybreak a full listen. If my invitation is not enticing enough, read what Kartell had to say about it:

“Timeless and soulful, the project is about the story of our relationship with memories and how we travel through them.”




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Usain Bolt Readies Debut EP & Plans To Take Dancehall Career International

Olympian Usain Bolt is known worldwide for his athletic feats on the track. However, in the past few months, he seems content since his retirement to hang up his spikes from one track to start laying down some musical ones instead.

In an interview with Zip, he explained that he is preparing to drop some new tracks, and he also divulged the impending release of his 1st EP. Usain Bolt expressed that he is quite serious about music, and it’s his goal to be not only relevant in the Jamaican market but also the international one.

“Well music, music-wise we are working on some new riddims to drop out to drop, soon, knowing the whole pandemic we’re not trying to rush anything we’re taking our time to make sure the music comes out at the right time so that’s the focus we also have an EP that we are working on so that should be something interesting and also to look out for,” he mentioned.

He continues: “That’s the major goal yuh nu to try to get not only dominate the Jamaican market but also to get into the international market, but as I say earlier it takes time we’re just trying to get a foothold, trying to make people understand that we’re not just here joking around we are serious about the music so we’re just gonna take our time just like in track and field, it’s all about its work and dedicating and just taking our time. We don’t want to rush into anything make any mistakes so we wanna take our time we will get there we believe in ourselves and we believe in the product we put out there.”

This revelation is certainly met with shock and awe by some, while others find it to be no surprise. The legendary track star is definitely determined in his endeavors as he seems to not let his efforts be thwarted by negative comments, even if they are taken from the mouths of popular entertainers. Just a few weeks ago Usain teased his new single, “Living The Dream,” which features his long-time friend and manager Nugent’ NJ’ Walker on his Instagram page. Usain Bolt captioned that post, “Ok my Ppl I understand my verse flew by so fast. I wonder if it’s because I’m the fastest man alive. Ok for the next song I’m going to try slow down my verse so u’ll can hear.”

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Unfortunately, it seems Dancehall artiste Popcaan did not like what he heard regardless of the pace, and he was not shy about making his opinion known.

“Wid all due respect legend, me feel like you fi just help up some youth wid real musical talent! Them dey ya nuff. NJ a mi fam, but please just give some hungry youth wey actually have the talent tha platform deh,” Popcaan commented.

It is unknown if this left bad blood between the two, but Popcaan clearly still got love for Usain as he has given Usain props in his two most recent songs, “Win” and “Medal.” Since his retirement from Track & Field, Bolt has gone on to start his family with the birth of a baby daughter last year. With this said, Bolt is no stranger to music and entertainment. From his historic win at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, where his dancing styles and moves were copied worldwide as his signature stance, to french company G.H Mumm selecting him as their Chief entertainment officer back in 2016. In 2019, he launched his Olympe Rose champagne and also introduced the world to his first riddim by the same name.

It has long been hinted that he would be doing more music projects as his love of music is well known. He has even in the past taken over the turntables at popular night clubs in Kingston, so this passion seems to be here to stay. His fans are now anxiously awaiting the release of his upcoming EP.

Q – Garage Rooftop

Q

Garage Rooftop


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Childish Gambino,
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Why do we like this?

This winter, Q put out a short EP. It’s calledThe Shave Experiment, and it is soulful and stunning.

This man’s falsetto absolutely soars across fields of electric guitar; his voice dips and climbs in such perfect harmony with the instrumentals. It’s just gorgeous! And this is present across the whole EP.

Q is a Florida-based artist with two other albums out so far – Thoughts and Forest Green – but this newest one is my favorite. I can’t wait to see how he continues to evolve.



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Vybz Kartel & Sikka Rymes Drops “Dirty John Crow” Video Off ‘Dancehall Royalty’

Vybz Kartel released the “Dirty John Crow” music video in tandem with his new EP Dancehall Royalty.

The first album of 2021 by dancehall mogul Vybz Kartel is available to listen to now. The deejay who has been promoting the project all week, released a music video for one of the tracks from the EP titled “Dirty John Crow”. The Sikka Rymes-assisted track is an upbeat jam with a hardcore delivery of sexually explicit rhymes.

“Mi jus roll down yuh panty so gently / Set yuh pon yuh belly watch yuh p***y looking at me / So mi force up mi c***y till it buck inna yuh belly,” Kartel deejays on the new track.

The music video has a dark undertone with Sikka Rymes appearing as a seemingly devious priest. In the opening scene, the deejay arrives holding a lit candle and accompanied by an eerie group of women who are scantily-clad in full black and fishnet stockings.

The make-up and costume design likened the video vixens to the devil’s spawns and it seems Sikka Rymes is the leader. A hearse serves as a prop in one morbid scene where they mysteriously approach a black casket. Alas, the mood abruptly changes as the women soon begin to gyrate their rumps and perform provocative dances while giving the camera sultry looks – something a bit more typical of Vybz Kartel visuals.

Dancehall Royalty features four other tracks: “Titanium Steel”, “My Own World”, “Popular” and “Yea You”. In addition to Sikka Rymes, Renee 6:30, Likkle Addi, and Likkle Vybz all guest star on the project. As Vybz Kartel announced to fans around midnight when he dropped off the new visuals, the EP is now available in digital stores including Apple Music, Deezer, Spotify and more.

spill tab – name

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Haim,
Hajk,
Pawws

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Why do we like this?

LA-based artist spill tab recently released an EP called Oatmilk. Now in case you didn’t know (why would you?), I’ve been a big fan of oat milk for the last year or so (my evolution was soy –> almond –> oat). Given that context, I had to stop and give this a closer listen.

“name” is a lovely indie rock song that wonderfully layers an array of emotive vocals over an upbeat and crisp instrumental line. The subject matter – inspired by a lover’s quarrel – bleeds thick and true throughout the song. I think it’s that rawness that shines through and makes this a bit of a standout for me.

And then just like that, it’s over and done with in less than 2 minutes. No wonder I keep going back for more.




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bingbongbeats – i had a dream of our old house

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Bibio,
Tennyson,
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Why do we like this?

Here’s a real short-and-sweet diddy that managed to pull me in for its lovely melodic development and dream-like instrumentation. It’s almost like something out of Edward Scissorhands.

The Boston-based artist is gearing up to release an EP titled dogwood, a collection of lofi tracks that are “caricatures of [his] memories, painting a picture of these familiar places in a dreamlike state.”

I’m keen to hear more. Hopefully you are too.




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Yung Lixo – Sake Lyrics

[Refrão]
Sake, sake, mano, cê não sabe
Estilo Kimosabe, dando tiro nos covarde
Então, não vale, vale, mano, cês nem vale
Te dei muito tempo, mas agora já é tarde, mano
Sake, sake, mano, cê não sabe
Estilo Kimosabe, dando tiro nos covarde
Então, não vale, vale, mano, cês nem vale
Te dei muito tempo, mas agora já é tarde, mano

[Verso 1]
Quer burrice? Vou te dar porrada, burro
Cês é tudo vagabundo, num ‘guenta nem dez segundo
Gira o mundo e gira a bolsa, mano, vai lavar a louça
Sai da porra da internet, han, e vê se cala a boca
Cês não sabe de nada e eu já tô cansado
Fica falando merda pa’ ganhar seus dez centavos
Fala, fala pra caralho, faz porra nenhuma
O tempo que tu gasta dava pa’ tomar na bunda
E nunca, nunca mais olha no meu olho
Confiança é pra poucos, pros tolos
E todos que cruzarem teu caminho vão sofrer
Porque tua falsidade te impede de crescer
Yeah, yeah, yeah

[Refrão]
Sake, sake, mano, cê não sabe
Estilo Kimosabe, dando tiro nos covarde
Então, não vale, vale, mano, cês nem vale
Te dei muito tempo, mas agora já é tarde, mano

[Verso 2]
Sua gang é cheia de membro, mas todos tem dez anos
Irmão, já tô sem tempo, não me atrasa falando
Muito foda suas roupas, muito foda seu inglês
Mas pelo amor de Deus, não lança mais nenhum EP

[Pré-Refrão]
Pulo, levanto meus pés
Chute na boca pra tu ver qualé’
Engole seus dente chamando os gambé
Pra te salvar quando a gang vier
Pulo, levanto meus pés
Chute na boca pra tu ver qualé’
Engole seus dente chamando os ‘gambé’
Pra te salvar quando a gang vier

[Refrão]
Sake, sake, mano, cê não sabe
Estilo Kimosabe, dando tiro nos covarde
Então, não vale, vale, mano, cês nem vale
Te dei muito tempo, mas agora já é tarde, mano
Sake, sake, mano, cê não sabe
Estilo Kimosabe, dando tiro nos covarde
Então, não vale, vale, mano, cês nem vale
Te dei muito tempo, mas agora já é tarde, mano

Trepac – Elefant Lyrics

[Vers 1]
De si’r jeg’ blevet lidt tolerant
De si’r mit hater game er blevet en smule tamt
De si’r jeg’ pludselig holder mig i ro
Hver gang et fjollet lille crew der’ fuldt af sjoller’ toner frem
De sir’ jeg’ gået gennem en forvandling
Og si’r det skal være virkelig virkelig wack før jeg antænder
De sir’ jeg ikk hader på nogen
At jeg’ er en bedre person, og ikk en sur gammel mand længer’
Hvabehar? Må jeg bede om mine himmelblå
Jeg’ stadigvæk en hidsig ronkedor der sviner bittesmå
Banditter når de spiller rå, ikk noget at misforstå
Jeg hater stadigvæk på hvert et hit de hitter på
Hankat – er stadig sur, stadig mad vrissen
Flår dem op af sandkassen, sender dem i kanvassen
For mange rappere der har sniffet af propan gassen
Føler mig som et geni, der er havnet i special klassen
For de her rollinger er f**king blæste
Alt for defekte, magter ikk at holde det ægte
Klart at jeg ikk holder med det
Men tænder grillen, bringer stadig T-bones til både luderdrenge og sjollerknægte
Jeg slutter legen med et udråbstegn
Verbal kugleregn når skufler de bli’r skudt i kajen
Står stadigvæk og buh’er af jeres autotune og grime
For jeg bærer stadig nag på kulturens vegne

[Omkvæd]
Jeg holder med hvad scenen kan
Tjekker stadig hvert et vers fra hver en dilettant
I’ stadig wack – ingen skills og ingen kant
Tro ikk I’ glemt, jeg husker som en elefant
Jeg holder med hvad scenen kan
Tjekker stadig hvert et vers fra hver en dilettant
I’ stadig wack – ingen skills og ingen kant
Tro ikk I’ glemt, jeg husker som en elefant

[Vers 2]
Vi har tjekket jeres seneste track
Idéforladt og mega plat i en kedelig collab
Jeg holder øje med scenen, har hørt hvert eneste cat
Tjekker jeres Soundcloud og Youtube – det hele er wack!
I har ikk lært hvordan man rimer endnu
Så jeg, stadig klar på at svine dit crew
Og slå jeres linjer itu, yeah
Jeg kommer stadig til jeres battles, holder masken mens jeg griner i smug
I’ stadigvæk en samling usædvanligt ubegavede tåber
Råber på respekt selvom alt hvad I har lavet skuffer
Så jeres fad i doper
Og dukker stadig op til hvert at jam i holder udelukkende for at hade på dig
Stadig ikk ydmyg
Mig og mit crew vi flækker stadig over EP’en du droppede på din lydsky
For den var dødsyg
Så lad din lidenskab for rapmusik få fred og slip den fri, du skal nok møde en ny
Yo de her typer ku’ ha’ valgt at stop’ men de er alt for f**ked
Så jeg pisser stadig, mit territorium af når hvalpene de galper op
Skafottet her har hverken gabestokke eller galjer nok
Jeg finder rebet frem og strammer løkken
Cutter deres internet og konfiskerer slangebøssen
De kan put, deres lorterap tilbage i skraldebøtten
For de stinker men de gi’r mig selvtillid – så tak for støtten!

[Omkvæd]
Jeg holder med hvad scenen kan
Tjekker stadig hvert et vers fra hver en dilettant
I’ stadig wack – ingen skills og ingen kant
Tro ikk I’ glemt, jeg husker som en elefant
Jeg holder med hvad scenen kan
Tjekker stadig hvert et vers fra hver en dilettant
I’ stadig wack – ingen skills og ingen kant
Tro ikk I’ glemt, jeg husker som en elefant

[Outro]
Der’ for lidt der’ fedt
Der’ for lidt af det der
Lidt for lidt
Der’ brug for lidt mere
Der er møg beskidt
Det’ for sløjt det der shit
Er ved at kløjes i det pis, gi’ mig høj kvalitet
Der’ for lidt
Der’ for lidt af det der
Lidt for lidt
Der’ brug for lidt mere
Der er møg beskidt
Det’ for sløjt det der shit
Er ved at kløjes i det pis, gi’ mig høj kvalitet
Der’ for lidt der’ fedt
Der’ for lidt af det der
Lidt for lidt
Der’ brug for lidt mere
Der er møg beskidt
Det’ for sløjt det der shit
Er ved at kløjes i det pis, gi’ mig høj kvalitet
Der’ for lidt
Der’ for lidt af det der
Lidt for lidt
Der’ brug for lidt mere
Der er møg beskidt
Det’ for sløjt det der shit
Er ved at kløjes i det pis, gi’ mig høj kvalitet
Der’ for lidt der’ fedt

Pete Flux & Parental – What They Need Lyrics

[Verse 1]
My head’s heavy with words, I never sleep
I lay awake, rustling hard between the sheets
The funny thing is I’m an EP deep
And these niggas swear rhyming is the easy street
Sick bars, got quarantined by CDC
Spit at legendary clips, call em CP3s
Whoa, that’s an effortless point of reference
Most would say the country’s run by the president
I say the ones not living in the present tense
To keep it real in the face of greed’s prevalence
Hip hop is hard work with little recompense
I jumped a hurdle now I gotta leap a second fence
In a row, try to take it in my stroll
Or a stride, rip a few shows to let em know
That I’m live, broadcast the tracks and get the cash
Pragmatic rap addicts the only niggas that last huh?

[Chorus]
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map

[Verse 2]
I want to scream it from a megaphone
For my nation that’s overrun with severed homes
Clever poems almost ensure you’re never known
Set in stone by those who’d rather break bread alone
Than share, sad state of affairs, we can’t stop though
I’m mad great with these pairs and they’re not bro
Killing your shit with my diligent clique
We feel that you missed, it’s all f**king villas and spliffs
Militant riffs about drug dealers that lift
Heavy weight, meditate on how I’m real as it gets
When you listen to a verse about material shit
Recognize there’s no lies when my miracles writ
Split, time with my peeps and the crew
Put the balance on the wax, then deliver to you
First hand, burst plans of a critical few
Give you nothing but the raw, quite the pivotal view

[Chorus]
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map

[Verse 3]
Not trying to change your mind, I’m telling it like it is
Even if I’m much maligned by most of the writing biz
It’s such a grind, promoting the type of shiz
That discusses real life and the energy that you give
To keep pushing, the beats to keep cooking
Parental’s got those, these pros indeed hook em’
With allure, bringing warmth back, like a heated cushion
Not leading bookings but we see you looking
Developed a bond perfecting the craft
And it’s, helping us on this definite path
As one of the great duos, don’t want the fake kudos
Critics rate pseudos, mostly hate nouveau
Even when it’s clear to see as H2O
That we’re two of the best artists to break through though
You know the style that’ll make you believe
It’s Pete Flux, giving all the people what they need

[Chorus]
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map
They want the cars and the clothes
What they need, kid? Bars and the flows
They want the bitches and the stacks
What they need, kid? Vision and a map

Cadell – 17 Lyrics

[Verse 1]
I don’t care who you think’s the best in grime
Cause I ain’t no rival for a title, I’d rather be next in line
I can see mouths moving but really can’t hear no one
Godfather, my big brother’s the Robert De Niro one
I saved the grime scene, no hero one
Where should I start from? Zero? One?
He took many a flow, tried to use me
Till I got over one, like two, three
And I’m bored of the sword fights
I lock down the rave, no 45s
On the front line, you won’t get lemon
I’ll give him a dead Q, six, seven
Wrote this bar and I had to rate Grimez
I want two boxes, that’s eight nines
I’m a devil, I wanna go to heaven
Nearly a new day, ten to eleven
21+, that’s helping me
Lost my virginity at twelve, thirteen
Plus, didn’t wanna miss me
Write like fourteen to fifteen 16s

[Hook]
You was like seventeen, filling job applications
I was like seventeen, chilling with Truss, we got entertainment
And yeah, I might lose my friend, I don’t want no replacement
Cause me and my circle’s family, I ain’t lost fam in ages
You was like seventeen, filling job applications
I was like seventeen, chilling with Truss, we got entertainment
And yeah, I might lose my friend, I don’t want no replacement
Cause me and my circle’s family, I ain’t lost fam in ages

[Verse 2]
At sixteen, I’d tell girls I’m eighteen
Guess what? They still believed me
Born in 19 How Long, 20 man deep
When I ride out, it’s easy
In America, you’ve gotta be 21 to be able to do
22 of the 23 things we do in 24 hours
25 man wanna beef me
Might not reach 26, if I don’t, I’m pissed
I can say that it’s worth a try
My team’s success might hurt your eyes
Two sevenths, two eighths, two nines and 30 guys
I know you wanna be one
Got the fans like “this ain’t the free one”
And I’mma end the count at 32
Make sure that you get the EP too
And I’ve been a problem
But I don’t admit it often
And I’m anti, ain’t got a million friends
Me riding alone’s like a million men
Spent 2014 giving ’em pebs
2015’s gonna make a little more sense
So business, stay inna yours
Me, I can’t lack inna war
Man think that they’re Modrić, new to the field like Livermore
I’m old school, front liner, Robbie Keane
f**k twerking, if I let it tweak
You’ll know what Bobby means
But enough about Bobby, though
Cause they already knew we was on the road
This my honour roll
I’ve heard too many man say they’re onto me
Dem man are ghost busters like they shot a ghost

[Hook]
You was like seventeen, filling job applications
I was like seventeen, chilling with Truss, we got entertainment
And yeah, I might lose my friend, I don’t want no replacement
Cause me and my circle’s family, I ain’t lost fam in ages
You was like seventeen, filling job applications
I was like seventeen, chilling with Truss, we got entertainment
And yeah, I might lose my friend, I don’t want no replacement
Cause me and my circle’s family, I ain’t lost fam in ages

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Victory Lap lyrics

[Intro: Macklemore]
Now they say, “Don’t forget where you come from
Don’t die holding on to your words
Cause you know, that you got a whole world to change
But understand who you gotta change first”

[Verse 1: Macklemore]
And I was like “Fuck that”, humility bust back
I remember the days with nothing but a bus pass
I was just a little shorty, just hopin’ that I could find a bum
To buy a 40 for me and have enough for a bud sack
Yeah, and I dance on that instrumental
Unorthodox like Basquiat with the pencil
Give me a microphone and a beat box I could vent to
Music the only medium that I could find myself through
Recluse, sippin’ on some lean I would let loose
Lookin’ in the mirror, watchin’ myself lose
Cleaned up in oh-eight, got a job makin’ barely minimum wage
To get into that page
Hit the road with R.L., performing in front of eight people
And that shit will check your ego
About around that time I’m watching that EP go
From nothing to getting us booked around the country
I know no limits, life can change in an instant
Eight people turn into sold out shows in a minute
Now watching my pops in the back row grinnin’
With his glass up to my mom, toastin’ his Guinness

[Pre-Hook: Macklemore]
And we on, we on
Good music, it lies in the ambiance
One day we’ll leave here
But these words live on
Till then, we keep on making the songs

[Hook: Macklemore]
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
Put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high

[Verse 2: Macklemore]
I remember that Freshman edition
Last year thinking to myself like
Yeah, nah, I won’t win it yet, I probably won’t get it, but
I’ma give it everything, play my position
The next 11 months I gave it all, everything I had in me
Left blood, sweat, tears in every god damn city
No label, no deal, no publicist, indie
Just music that connected and fans that rode with me
Throw me a gold mine, and a co-sign
While you’re riding a couple dope rides
Two women, both dimes
Not gonna lie, that shit sounds so nice
But I got creative control, and my soul’s mine
I wouldn’t trade it, maybe I’m crazy
I put on for my city, Seattle, that raised me
Rule four-thousand-and-eighty, it’s really not changing
Now a days make good music, the people are your label

[Hook: Macklemore]
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
Put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high
So put ’em up, up up, up up, so high

[Outro: Macklemore]
Oh my God
Feels like a victory lap
Can I have that moment
Can I talk my shit

[Interlude: Macklemore]
Now they say, “Don’t forget where you come from
Don’t die holding on to your words
Cause you know, that you got a whole world to change
But understand who you gotta change first”

[Outro: Macklemore]
Put ’em, up, up, up up
Up, up, up up
Put ’em, up, up, up up
Macklemore, Ryan Lewis
Put ’em up, up, up up
Up, up, up up
Put ’em, up, up, up up (so high)

Watch Wild Beasts Play Their Last Show Ever


Last year, Wild Beasts announced that they were breaking up, finally concluding the project with a farewell EP. This week, the band released a final live album called Last Night All My Dreams Came True and also played their last show at London’s Eventim Apollo. With a career-spanning 24-song, three encore set, the band triumphantly brought the 14-year-old project to a close once and for all. Watch a few clips of the performance and hear their new live album below.

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Janelle Monáe Announces New Album Dirty Computer

Janelle Monáe has just announced an upcoming new album called Dirty Computer. It has been a fairly long musical hiatus for Monáe: Her last solo album, The Electric Lady, came out in 2013, with a Wondaland Records collaborative EP, Wondaland Presents THE EEPHUS, coming in 2015 (featuring the Monáe single “Yoga” with labelmate Jidenna). Today, Monáe posted a cinematic trailer for an associated Dirty Computer film. The project is described as an “emotion picture” on a final title card–“…(definition): a narrative film and accompanying musical album,” Monáe’s YouTube description explains. The trailer also features an appearance from actress Tessa Thompson. The clip is playing before select screenings of Marvel’s Black Panther, which is out today. A release date for Dirty Computer has not yet been set. Watch the teaser below.

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Bassnectar’s Throwback Side Project Gets Release Date & Full Tracklist

Bassnectar‘s highly anticipated new side project with Sayr finally has a release date and a tracklist to go with it!

The Naux Faux EP is due out February 14, Valentine’s Day, and is is expected to celebrate magical nostalgia of an era from the past. Anyone thirsty for some old school Nectar vibes will undoubtedly love to hear what these guys have up their sleeves.

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“File under: freestyle melodic electronica from the 1990’s,” the Bassnectar website describes.

Bassnectar first unveiled the side project with a track off his own Reflective Part 2 EP late last year. “Psyopia” (Bassnectar Remix) released before the Naux Faux original, coming as part of the new EP.

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The Naux Faux EP is available for pre-order here.

Naux Faux EP – Tracklist

1. Birds Of Paradox [Intro]
2. Flip Gnosis
3. Enchanted
4. Coast To Coasters
5. Cherish Friendship
6. Psyopia
7. Birds Of Paradox [Outro]

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