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VIDEO: Lil Wyte’s “It’s 4:20″


It’s April 20th. As I post this, it’s 4:20am in the morning on the East Coast. Maybe you live on the West Coast. Regardless of where you live, it’ll be 4:20 twice today, so grab your favorite bag o’reefer and smoke up to this joint by Lil Wyte, who tells us “It’s 4:20″ somewhere. It’s take from his new album No Sick Days, which was released today, 4/20. You’ve loving it like leftover buds you forgot about but discovered in your wallet. Good for you.

SOME STUFFS: Path To Lobster Believers, Su Sous Toulouse En Rouge release split cassette

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On one half you have Path To Lobster Believers, whom you may want to call PTLB.
On the other half you have Su Sous Toulouse En Rouge, feel free to call them SSTER for short.

This split cassette, where each artist gets a dedicated side, is being described this way: …micro/cassette collage, looping, manipulation and destruction. Garble Garbage Giggle Grits, if you wanna know the sub-genre. The Rowdy Rouge stays away from the tape collage this time and gets psychedelically chaotic with electronics and telepathic revelations embedded within.. If you want to be introduced to Gable Garbage Giggle Grits, you’ve come to the right place. It’s lo-fi, noisy, spontaneous, and uncertain, just the way you like your experimental songs. Only 14 copies of this were made onto cassette, and it seems each copy is recorded over tapes found at thrift stores. It’s just another bit of tape manipulated output from Justin Marc Lloyd. You may also purchase the 60 minute album digitally from Bandcamp below.

BANDCAMP SUGGESTIONS: Twin Trilogy’s “Twin Trilogy #1″


 photo TwinTrilogy_cover_zpsb21ff87a.jpg For this week’s Bandcamp Suggestion, I’m shining the spotlight on a San Francisco band who made this EP a special Record Store Day item yesterday at Aquarius Records in the Mission District. They combine various elements of prog, space rock, and Kraut rock to create a distinctive melange of sound that is heavy, mindblowing, trippy, and very much fascinating.

The first track is a combination of three different songs (“Descent To The Pounding Surf”, “Strings Of The Sea”, and “Flood Of Moonlight On The White Sea”), which leads to a very nice and crisp Melvins-like dirge. The second track gets all fantastical and shit.

This will be released as a 1-sided EP, and will be the first of four promised EP’s.

VIDEO: Curtis Harding’s “Keep On Shining”


A nice blend of 60′s and 70′s soul influences is what Curtis Harding tried to do and succeeds in more ways than one in “Keep On Shining”. You can hear the 60′s feel in the musicianship but the vocals also tell another story and by mixing it up like that, it fits in with the desires of today. This will be released on his forthcoming album on Burger Records, Soul Power, which you may pre-order on vinyl, CD, and cassette by clicking here before the May 20th release date.

VIDEO: Rind’s “Mark That It Made”


Understudy is an EP by Rind for fans who love their electronic music on the minimalistic side, where the pacing is deliberate and everything just glides very carefully and precisely. The video Lee Relvas (who is Rind) had Daniel Luedtke make shows how experimental she wants to take herself, and how far they wants the listener to go with her creations. See what you may discover in yourself through Rind.

FREE MP3 DL: Futurecop! featuring DWNTWN’s “Lost Love”


Your nostrils may flare up in excitement upon hearing “Lost Love”, which has nothing to do with Air Supply’s “Lost In Love” but you’ll be eager to be where you want to be. The song is by Futurecop!, the Manchester duo of Peter Carrol and Manzur Iqbal, and as a unit they bring in DWNTWN for a new wave vibe straight out of 1986, as if Pretty In Pink was the greatest film ever made. They’ll be releasing a new EP later this summer called Fairytales Of Summer Shoegazers, which will feature “Lost Love”, allow it to burst and glisten your marbles just once, and then forever.

SOME STUFFS: IV The Polymath and Jondis become i.deals


You may not know who i.deals are yet, but you may already be familiar with the music of producer IV The Polymath and rapper Jondis. Together they decided to become i.deals, and their new effort is called i​.​deology a 16 track that you can purchased digitally but if you’re an analog junkie, you’ll want to pick up the tape for it. That’s right: cassette. What began on a couch lead to discussions, admiration, and now creation, and you can hear what they were able to put together here on their new effort.

SOME STUFFS: “Zaba” to come from Glass Animals via Harvest Records

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Come June 10th, the world will anticipate the latest effirt from Glass Animals called Zaba (Harvest). Outside of writing and recording a song called “Walla Walla”, Glass Animals will also offer up such songs as “Cocoa Hooves”, “JDNT”, “Wyrd”, “Flip”, “Toes”, and “Intruxx”. A bit minimalistic in titles, but the music is anything but minimal, as you’ll hear through “Pools”. Dive in below.

Their bio says Glass Animals are “inspired by Kanye West and Charles Darwin, Nina Simone and the Velvet Underground”, which is code for “we’re willing to go anywhere, like our listening habits. Put on a seatbelt and enjoy the ride.” They have a very accessible sound, which has the tendency to “go anywhere”, so let’s see what happens when Zaba makes itself known.

FREE DL: Basement Up & Jay Elly’s “The Get Back”


The Audible Doctor produced this, so this already gets my seal of approval by default but what if it wasn’t good? Well, it is, but don’t take my words for it: listen to “The Get Back”, a new collaboration between Basement Up (Allen Poe and Phorensicz) and Jay Elly, and this one is a winner. Again, don’t take my words for it, but maybe my compliments will motivate you to listen and show support. Please do. Show support, that is.

SOME STUFFS: DJ Revolution to release “Unearthed” mix album via Coalmine

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DJ Revolution will be releasing a new mix album through Coalmine Records, this one called Unearthed and if the track listing is any indication… well, just look at what’ll be on there.

01: Unearthed (Intro)
02: Pharoahe Monch – Get Down (prod. by M-Phazes)
03: Bang This (Interlude)
04: One Dae – Bang This (prod. by Marco Polo)
05: Revolution’s House (Interlude)
06: Big Noyd, Large Professor, Kool G Rap – Naturally Born (prod. by Ayatollah)
07: Blu (feat. MeLa Machinko) – Kiss The Sky (prod. by M-Phazes)
08: Royce da 5’9″, Skillz & Diamond D – One For The Money (prod. by G-Squared)
09: El Da Sensei – Show Stoppa (prod. by DJ Devastate)
10: Apathy & Celph Titled – School for Scoundrels (prod. by Ayatollah)
11: Guilty Simpson & Small Professor (feat. DJ Revolution) – On The Run
12: Drop ‘Em (Intro)
13: The Rockness Monstah – Drop ‘Em (prod. by BeanOne)
14: Rah Digga (feat. Fashawn & REKS) – Never Back Down (prod. by M-Phazes)
15: Torae – Real Talk (prod. by Young Cee)
16: Guilty Simpson & Small Professor (feat. Boldy James & Statik Selektah) – I’m The City
17: The Artifacts – Easter (prod. by Khrysis)
18: Land of the Crooks (Interlude)
20: Sean Price, Billy Danze, Maffew Ragazino & DJ Babu – Land of the Crooks (prod. by M-Phazes)
21: Blu & Nottz (feat. Nitty Scott, MC) – Boyz II Men
21 Most Confident (Interlude)
22: Wildchild & MED – Most Confident (prod. by Create & Devastate)

There will also be bonus cuts on the “‘Untagged Deluxe Edition”:
• Royce da 5’9″, Skillz & Diamond D – One for the Money (Mananz Remix)
• Guilty Simpson & Small Professor – One the Run (Ran Reed Remix)
• Blu & Nottz – Boyz II Men (Diamond D Remix)

The CD will be released on May 13th and you may pre-order it here. Digital downloads will be available two weeks later.

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