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Lil Wayne and Drake share video for Grindin' watch
Sep 19, 2014 3:41pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Lil Wayne and Drake take collaboration from the concert stage into your computer screen as raps dynamic duo unveil the video for their latest collaborative single, “Grindin'”. Director DJ Scoob Doo shares scenes from their ongoing joint tour, “Lil Wayne Vs. Drake”, including performance footage, panoramic shots of enthusiastic crowds, backstage antics, and even a bit of Weezy and Drizzy in the studio.
Watch it below.
“Grindin'” serves as the latest off Waynes forthcoming “retirement record”, Tha Carter V, due out October 28th via Young Money/Cash Money. It follows recent teaser tracks “Krazy”, “Dusse”, and the Drake-assisted “Believe Me”.
Wayne and Drake have just four shows left on their joint tour. Consult the remaining schedule here.
Off the Avenue: The Belle Brigade
Sep 19, 2014 3:30pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Off the Avenue presented by Consequence of Sound returns with another live performance from Orange City, Floridas North Avenue Studios. For the latest episode, Los Angeles roots rock duo The Belle Brigade deliver a pair of tracks from their latest release, Just Because. Watch the pair perform “When Everything Was What It Was” and “Metropolis” down below.
Be sure to check out past Off the Avenue sessions with The Black Cadillacs, Tycho, Deltron 3030, The Joy Formidable, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Frightened Rabbit, The Cave Singers, El-P, YACHT, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Here We Go Magic, Cursive, Heartless Bastards, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Helio Sequence, Minus the Bear, Astronautalis, and more.
“When Everything Was What It Was”:
Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, and The Strokes members to play one-off concert as Pop All Star Band
Sep 19, 2014 3:04pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Photos by Philip Cosores // David Hall
This Saturday, Arcade Fires Win and Will Butler will host their annual charity basketball game, Pop Vs. Jock, at the McGill University Sports Centre in Montreal.
Matched up against college basketball players, Team Pop will feature a lineup of Win and Will, Bon Ivers Justin Vernon, The Strokes Nikolai Fraiture, as well as former and current NBA players.
Turns out the Butler brothers, Vernon, and Fraiture will also serve as their own in-game entertainment. According to Arcade Fire’s Twitter, they’ll team up for a one-time only performance as the Pop All Star Band, which presumably will take place at halftime.
Pop Vs. Jock will also feature DJ sets from A-Trak and Kid Koala. The official afterparty, meanwhile, will see Win Butler and LCD Soundsystems James Murphy on the ones and twos.
Tickets to the game are available for purchase here and the afterparty here.
Staff Picks: Track Of The Week
Sep 19, 2014 3:00pm | CMJ
Meatbodies – Photo by Denee Petracek
The most important item of music news this week was that Lil B launched an app, Basedmoji. I don’t have an iPhone, and I haven’t been able to convince anyone to download it yet, but it looks amazing. If I could’ve chosen that as my track of the week, I probably would have. But everything else our staff picked this week is also very nice.
Allo Darlin’ – Bright Eyes
Allo Darlin’s We Come From The Same Place, out October 7 on Slumberland, is one of my most anticipated releases of the fall. This conversational duet is new territory for them, and it’s one of the most charming tracks they’ve yet produced. That muddy guitar solo towards the end gives the track some much-needed grit, which I hope to see even more of on the LP. – Zac Coe
Babe Rainbow – YHIM
Sometimes when everything around you feels cluttered and disgusting, it’s nice to listen to something that’s wordless and delicate, a slight piano sketch that seems to flutter and wriggle as it moves like a purifying force through your skull. YHIM comes off Babe Rainbow’s upcoming cassette, Music For 1 Piano, 2 Pianos, & More Pianos. More pianos, indeed. – Lizzie Plaugic
Lydia Ainsworth – Hologram
Mick Jenkins Rain (Prod. Kaytranada)
Sep 19, 2014 3:00pm | StereoGum
A few weeks ago, the young Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins made an impact with The Water[s], the sort of mixtape that turns underground rappers into stars. Today, he released his first single since that mixtape arrived. Kaytranada, the rising Montreal dance producer, produced “Rain,” which samples Missy Elliott’s “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly),” turning its skeletal thump into a hazy miasma. It’s an ideal context for Jenkins’ gravelly, incisive rap style. There’s a decent chance this guy will turn into the next Kendrick Lamar, so it might behoove you to listen to the track below.
Song : SBTRKT : The Light (ft. Denai Moore)
Sep 19, 2014 2:53pm | My Old Kentucky Blog
After starting off the week with a reveal of “Look Away” featuring Caroline Polachek of Chairlift and her solo project Romana Lisa, SBTRKT has finished off the work week with song “The Light” featuring London’s Denai Moore, who will be heading on tour with him. It is another solid cut from his new LP, Wonder Where We Land, out October 7th via Young Turks. Stream it below.
SBTRKT streams new song 'The Light' featuring Denai Moore - listen
Sep 19, 2014 2:49pm | NME
'Wonder Where We Land' is released on September 22
SBTRKT released another song from his LP, "The Light" (listen)
Sep 19, 2014 2:38pm | Brooklyn Vegan
SBTRKT's new album Wonder Where We Land comes out in a few days (9/23 via Young Turks), and though he hasn't streamed the full thing, he's already dropped a large amount of the tracks and just now put out another one, "The Light," featuring Denai Moore. Listen below.
SBTRKT's tour hits NYC for two nights at Terminal 5, October 26 & 27. Tickets for both are still available.
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Radio Round-Up: Power Increases, Remote Broadcasts And Connecticut Stations
Sep 19, 2014 2:35pm | CMJ
Welcome to Radio Round-up, wherein we take a look at what went down in college radio over the past week.
Jeremih Dont Tell Em (Remix) (Feat. Migos)
Sep 19, 2014 2:29pm | StereoGum
Earlier this week, we heard a remix of Jeremih’s explicit club anthem “Don’t Tell ’Em,” which featured new verses by Ty Dolla $ign and French Montana. Now, another remix of “Don’t Tell ’Em” is released, this time accompanied by verses from Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset, the three Atlanta natives who comprise hip-hop group Migos. Unfortunately the YG verse from the album version doesn’t make a comeback (“I got a missed call from your bitch”), but in other ways adheres closely to the original. The first two minutes are essentially identical to the first two minutes of the original mix, which makes the eventual appearance of Migos’ Dirty South trap verses, which reference Mike And Ikes, Fight Night, and “Peter Piper” even more exciting. Check out the new remix below.
Radical Dads releasing 'Cassette Brain' EP (stream a track), playing shows
Sep 19, 2014 2:25pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Radical Dads have signed with Old Flame Records who have put out records by Cloud Nothings, Potty Mouth, Shark? and others. Their first release for the label will be a tape titled Cassette Brain that will be out October 7. (So don't look for it on Cassette Store Day [9/27].) The four songs included are two new ones and two from the vaults. You can stream "In The Water" from it below.
As mentioned Radical Dads play on Saturday (9/20) at Baby's All Right with Backwords, Wild Yaks, and Dead Stars. Then they'll play a cassette release show on October 4 at Muchmore's with lineup TBA.
Song stream, cassette art and tracklist, below...
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SBTRKT releases song The Light listen
Sep 19, 2014 2:20pm | Cosequence Of Sound
This week, SBTRKT offers up not one, but two new tracks off his much-anticipated sophomore album, Wonder Where We Land. On Monday, the UK producer shared “Look Away”, his beguiling collaboration with Chairlift’s own Caroline Polachek. Today, he premiered “The Light” on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. A glitchy, lovesick number, it features the lush vocals of soul singer and fellow Londoner Denai Moore.
Speaking on the LP’s many guests, SBTRKT told DJ Annie Mac that he often finds himself “gravitating” towards collaborations because he loves “the meeting of two minds, the clashing of two ideas.”
Listen to “The Light” below.
Wonder Where We Land is due out October 7th via Young Turks. For more sounds, check out “New Dorp.New York” featuring Ezra Koenig, “Temporary View” featuring Sampha, “War Drums” featuring Warpaint, “Higher” featuring Raury, and “Voices In My Head” featuring ASAP Ferg.
Wonder Where We Land Tracklist:
Karen O @ Hollywood Forever Cemetery: Septmeber 18, 2014
Sep 19, 2014 2:20pm | CMJ
Almost the entire set was songs off Karen O’s new album Crush Songs, so above the four throne-like chairs that sit on the temple stage was a neon sign that read “Crush Palace,” and whose light flickered and shifted with the changing tone of the music. Karen though broke from her crushing for the third song of the set when the lights suddenly shifted from harsh reds or blues to a warm light as she sang a cover of the Doors, Indian Summer. Then, because the show was entirely accoustic and there were no drums, Moses Sumney (who along with Holly Miranda was one of Karen...
Half Waif @ Glasslands w/ Pinegrove, Una Lux & Poor Remy (pics)
Sep 19, 2014 2:20pm | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Half Waif at Glasslands - 9/18/14
Brooklyn art pop musician Half Waif is a regular on the local live scene. She played two hometown shows this week, including one at Rooftop Films this past Monday and another at Glasslands last night (9/18). At last night's show she was joined by Pinegrove, Una Lux and Poor Remy. Pictures of all four are in this post and continue below...
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Hear Neko Case Cover The Squidbillies Theme
Sep 19, 2014 2:13pm | StereoGum
For this season of Squidbillies, the Adult Swim cartoon about yokel squids, a different artist will sing the theme song of every episode. King Khan And The Shrines, Dwight Yoakam, and Todd Rundgren are all on tap for the rest of the season, but for the debut episode, we get to hear Neko Case do the song. (We also posted Lampchop’s cover a little while ago.) Listen to the Neko version below.
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