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On Blonde

I didn’t love it. One listen in and I was struck by a disorienting pang of fear, my mind raced. What the heck was that? Who the hell makes an album with barely any percussion anyways? Have I been made a fool for four years of obsessive internet deep»

The New Odd Future: The Internet's "Ego Death" and the Legacy of OFWGKTA

>>SOURCE: Imgarcade Even if they did disband, Odd Future's reign is should be considered one of the most unique music movements of the 21st century. It's leaders continue to succeed today: Tyler, the Creator released Cherry Bomb and is co-headlining a very successful tour with A$AP Rocky; Earl Sweatshirt»

New Music Tuesday (on Wednesday): 4.15.15

”M’$” - A$AP Rocky The year 2015, only four month in, is a golden year for rap, especially for New York. Hometown heroes like Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson made some noise with their debuts. Raekwon and Busta Rhymes are making big comebacks with their upcoming albums. I’d argue»

New Music Tuesday (On Wednesday) - 4/8/15

”Louisa” - Lord Huron It's not secret that Darren and I are big fans of Lord Huron. I haven't been able to listen to Strange Trails just yet, but "Louisa" is a good example of their capabilities. Their folk music is more Dirty Harry than it is George and Lenny»

In Flux: Waxahatchee's Ivy Tripp

Waxahatchee is the project of singer-songwriter Katie Crutchfield. She makes angst-riddled indie punk that has been compared to Liz Phair millions of times. Thematically, her music often deals with her inner monologue and the music complements that style very effectively with simple guitar jangles and drum kits providing an easy»