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Kendrick Lamars Sister Accidentally Reveals His Upcoming J. Cole Collaboration
Nov 28, 2015 5:03pm | StereoGum
Kendrick Lamar's Sister Accidentally Reveals His Upcoming J. Cole CollaborationRumors of a collaborative album between Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole have been swirling around the internet for a while now. Yesterday, the two rappers freestyled over each other's tracks in honor of Black Friday, with Cole rapping, "When you and K. Dot shit dropping?/ Bitch never, they can't handle two black niggas this … More »

Watch Baroness Debut New Song Morningstar At Columbus Tour Opener
Nov 28, 2015 2:33pm | StereoGum
Watch Baroness Debut New Song Baroness opened their tour in support of Purple last night at Ace Of Cups in Columbus. The triumphantly loud, joyous set included several songs from the album including "Morningstar," the crusher of an album opener below. Press play. More »

Kill J Barbie Girl (Aqua Cover)
Nov 28, 2015 1:02pm | StereoGum
Kill J - Sharp-edged Danish sneer-pop mastermind Kill J has just shared a cover of Aqua's 1997 hit "Barbie Girl." She takes the unnerving elements of the original and blow them up into something outright menacing, swapping out the palette of plastic pinks and blues for a sinister, shadowy grayscale and mostly avoiding the song's iconic chorus. "My … More »


Nine Inch Nails reissue classic band merchandise
Nov 28, 2015 12:20pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Just in time for the holiday season, Nine Inch Nails have reissued several pieces of classic merchandise, including Pretty Hate MachineDownward Spiral, and Fragile-era t-shirts, hoodies, slipmats, and flags.

Visit NIN’s official store to see the full collection. Better yet, from now through Monday, the band is offering free domestic shipping on orders of $75.

Below, revisit our two-part episode of Masterpiece Reviews celebrating The Fragile.

November 2015 mix
Nov 28, 2015 12:01pm | Gorilla Vs Bear

Listen to our November 2015 mix, featuring new tracks ABRA, DJDS, jj, Young Thug + more...

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Wilco streaming Every Other Summer documentary over Thanksgiving weekend
Nov 28, 2015 11:40am | Cosequence Of Sound

Earlier this year, Wilco surprised fans by releasing their new album Star Wars for free. With the holiday season now upon us, the band remains in a giving mode.

For the next seven days, Wilco are offering 10,000 free streams of their documentary Every Other Summer. Directed by Christoph Green and Brendan Canty and shot in 2013, the film chronicles the bands three-day music and arts festival that takes place at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts every other summer.

Fans can access the film by clicking here and using the promo code “SOLIDTHANKS15”.

Below, watch Wilco cover Pavement’s “Cut Your Hair”

Use your brain: George Dubose on 30 years of iconic music photography
Nov 28, 2015 11:31am | Fact Magazine

George Dubose was an unwitting witness to the birth of an icon.

In the early 1980s, Dubose was contacted by artist manager Camille Barbone to take photos of a young female singer named Madonna Louise Ciccone. The shoot took place at a small venue called Uncle Sam’s Blues, in Long Island. It was Madonna’s first show as a front woman, for a band called The Breakfast Club. Dubose’s photos captured the young singerand her only, at the request of Barbonein various outfits and poses, hinting at what would become her trademarks.

Halfway through the performance Dubose noticed Madonna seemed nervous. In between set changes he went into the dressing room to give her some words of encouragement but Barbone overheard the conversation and decided to kick the photographer out. The photos Dubose took that night were never paid for nor used by Barbone, and wouldnt appear until decades later. This story is one of many Dubose has of a period when he happened to be in the right place at the right time, with a camera.

After 25 years in New York City, today Dubose resides in Cologne, Germany, where he lives off his extensive work archiveover 300 covers including 18 gold and platinum albumsand still shoots artists as diverse as heavy metal bands and r&b singers. I call him in October during a visit to the states, and shortly after a boat trip off the Florida coastI don’t take photos as a hobby, I go sailing, it annoys the shit ou...

DOOM returns with short video A Villainous Adventure
Nov 28, 2015 10:44am | Fact Magazine

“I’ll race your Maybach.”

DOOM is somewhere in the world, and according to the latest video from the masked villain – a promotional stint for his New Era collaboration cap – that somewhere could be Cuba.

The rapper and producer keeps it cryptic as usual, promising us new material in between lounging in the pool, commenting on the weather, watching UFO videos, and sailing a boat.

According to Hypetrak, the instrumental playing in the background is from the long-awaited DOOMSTARKS project.

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Santigold teams up with ILoveMakonnen for Who Be Lovin Me
Nov 28, 2015 10:16am | Fact Magazine

Singer releases first collaboration from new album, 99¢.

Santigold’s new album is said to feature a host of collaborators and we now have the first taste of it with the official video for ‘Who Be Lovin’ Me’ featuring rapper ILoveMakonnen.

The video was shot during this year’s Made In America festival in Philadelphia and while Santi and Makonnen drive around in a Cadillac golf cart they pick up a host of guests including Earl Sweatshirt, De La Soul, Meek Mill, Vic Mensa, and more.

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The weeks best vinyl releases: Colombia legends, haunting soul, and weirdo funk
Nov 28, 2015 9:14am | Fact Magazine

Few people are onto great records as quickly as a great record store.

Phonicas end of year lists are always a treasure trove for undersung gems, so we realised we ought to just give the shops learned staff their own slot on FACT. Every Saturday, the team behind the counter at the Soho institution select five vinyl records you should pick up this week.

Love Is A Hurting Thing LP
(Luv N Haight)

A gem from the archives of Selector Sound, this is a deluxe triple-gatefold reissue of soul singer’s Gloria Ann Taylor singles and EP from 1971 to 1977. Haunting soul music that has aged like fine wine.

Audio / Buy here

I:Cube (Prepgav) EP

I:Cube lands on Versatile with a five-track EP of stylistic exercises in soundscapes and contemplative zoners.

Audio / Buy here

Walk Alone LP

Caroline No why are you there
Nov 28, 2015 9:00am | Gorilla Vs Bear

Taken from Melbourne group Caroline No's limited No Language cassette, a lovely collection of dreamily languid, vaguely psychedelic, and loose, often improvised bedroom pop gems that reveal themselves more with each listen. Recorded with a handheld recorder, and out now "on a hot green cassette in a hot pink case, extra special put together to be beautiful." The group apparently has another new record called Swimmers, produced by Mick Turner of Dirty Three, out soon.

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Listen to Floating Points Essential Mix
Nov 28, 2015 8:11am | Fact Magazine

London producer steps up to the world’s biggest decks.

Floating Points took charge of the latest BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix yesterday, with a two hour selection that takes in everything from disco to Latin music, jazz to techno.

Known for his eclectic taste and wide ranging musical knowledge, the London producer brought together the likes of Carlos Walker, Pearson Sound, Cortex, Gil Scott-Heron, Gemini, Lifetones, Kenny Larkin, and a couple of his own edits.

You can listen back via the BBC iPlayer, or download here.

Last month, Floating Points sat down with Mr. Beatnick for a conversation about quantise, DJing, and his debut album.

Carlos Walker – Via Láctea
Cortex – Chanson Dun Jour Dhiver
Dom Salvador E Abolição – Hei! Você
Claudia – Com Mais De 30
Neno Exporta Som – Deixa A Tristeza
Trio Ternura – A Gira
Larry T. & The Family – I’m Moving On
Maurice Moore – Everything That Shines Ain’t Gold (Floating Points Edit)
The Perfect Circle – Hands Of Time
Chain Reaction – Search For Tomorrow
Mary Clark – Take Me Im Yours
Lifetones – Good Side
Neal Howard – The Gathering (Club Mix)
Gemini – Day Dreaming
Thomas Melchior – The Ritual

Kendrick Lamar and J.Cole swap beats for Black Friday freebies
Nov 28, 2015 7:42am | Fact Magazine

Better than retail therapy.

Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole exchanged beats for a pair of themed new tracks released yesterday, known as Black Friday, the beginning of the Christmas holiday shopping season.

Lamar jumps on the beat from J. Cole’s ‘A Tale of 2 Citiez’ – taken from the 2014 Forest Hills Drive album. In return, J. Cole laid his own raps over the beat for ‘Alright’, from Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly album. Both tracks are titled ‘Black Friday’.

Earlier this week, Lamar shared his remix of fellow TDE member Jay Rock’s ‘Easy Bake’.

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Rekids re-issues Nina Kraviz debut album with DJ Slugo remixes
Nov 28, 2015 6:58am | Fact Magazine

Russian producer ends year with a look back.

Rekids will re-issue Nina Kraviz‘ self-titled debut album on December 4. First issued in 2012, the album arrived at a key time in Kraviz’ career.

Since then, the producer and DJ has setup her own label and helmed a DJ-Kicks CD while maintaining a heavy touring schedule.

The re-issue of Nina Kraviz comes on double vinyl alongside a 7″ featuring two remixes of ‘Ghetto Kraviz’, the album’s breakout first single, by Dance Mania’s DJ Slugo. [Via Resident Advisor]

01. Walking In The Night feat. Hard Ton
02. Aus feat. King Aus On The Mic
03. Ghetto Kraviz
04. Taxi Talk
05. False Attraction
06. Working
07. Choices
08. Love Or Go
09. Best Friend
10. 4 Ben
11. Turn On The Radio
12. Petr
13. The Needle
14. Fire
15. Ghetto Kraviz (DJ Slugo Juke Remix)
16. Ghetto Kraviz (DJ Slugo Juke Remix 2)

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The Essential Oneohtrix Point Never
Nov 28, 2015 5:00am | Fact Magazine


Its the usual response after getting to that mouthful of a name. Always misheard, occasionally mispronounced (weve all cringed at someone, possibly ourselves, upon the utterance of Oh-Nee-Oh-Trix). That awkwardness is a built-in quality that every fans grappled with while internally composing their best sales pitch. We have it easy on Twitter with its spacious social canvas, but who has time for 140 characters irl? all apologies if that sounds glib, but really thank you so much for the click.

Miscommunication is at the heart of Daniel Lopatins work as Oneohtrix Point Never, the central form being arguably the most personal: memory, that slippery interference with our sense of self in time. The name is a garbled reference to the radio station Magic 106.7 from the Boston-area where Lopatin grew up. The channel, in a medium thats always earned affection for its knob-twiddling fight for clarity, becomes Oneohtrix Point Never a project that captures the same distortions of memory through .

Memory is constant in Oneohtrixs wildly diverse world it may comfort and soothe us, it may torture us with dread and anxiety, but it is always constant. 106.7 was an adult contemporary station tomorrows golden oldies and while some oldies are certainly goodies as advertised, the format can feel exploitative, designed to catalyze a triggered response (Now, lovers, were gonna take you back to that sweet summer of 72 with the one and only ) that tempor...

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