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Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | Radio Public | RSS Kate Tempest gives Kyle Meredith a ring to dive into her Rick Rubin-produced album, The Book of Traps and Lessons. She discusses finding the right sounds to accompany her poetry, tying personal stories into a greater picture of a lost post-Brexit Europe, journeying into a better person, and what it’s […]

DJ Muggs and Mach-Hommy are back at it. Back in April, they released a project called Tuez-Les Tous (which translates to Kill Em All in English). And today, the emcee/producer duo–now together as Kill Em All–have come through with a proper follow-up. Checking in at 10 tracks (two less than their previous release), the album […]

Meet Deca and Neon Brown, an emcee/producer duo making their DopeHouse debut with the release of their new album, The Donner Party. Equal parts film noir and boom bap, the project finds Deca–who sounds like a mix of Aesop Rock and Murs–laying down intricate verses over the dusty sounds of his and Neon Brown’s production; […]

When it comes to pop-cultural significance, even Woodstock has a shelf life. Fifty years after the original defined a generation (whether they wanted it to or not), the most recognizable festival in the history of rock music will not have the anniversary celebration that everyone figured inevitable. On July 31st, Woodstock 50 died its final […]

The Lowdown: Two years ago in this space, I ended my review of Ride’s mostly triumphant reunion record, Weather Diaries, with the following hunch: “[Weather Diaries] points to even more inventive, invigorated music on a horizon that likely isn’t another two decades away.” Consider that prediction confirmed: after building on the promise of their comeback […]

The Lowdown: Two years ago in this space, I ended my review of Ride’s mostly triumphant reunion record, Weather Diaries, with the following hunch: “[Weather Diaries] points to even more inventive, invigorated music on a horizon that likely isn’t another two decades away.” Consider that prediction confirmed: after building on the promise of their comeback […]

[embedded content] Up-and-coming Chicago rappers Valee and Calboy link up for the latest video in Valee’s growing collection, “Uninvited.” The GOOD Music rapper and his guest feature in an avant-garde production directed by Stripmall Productions, a pair of brothers who specialize in low-budget videos with trippy visual effects. They’ve also directed for other Chicago rising […]

[embedded content] Atlanta label Quality Control has made a name for themselves by signing up-and-coming rappers who quickly rise to fame like Migos, Lil Yachty, and more recently, City Girls. The record label put out their second iteration of their Control The Streets mixtape which showcases the fresh talent on the scene. Control The Streets […]

Getty Image In the days since the NFL announced its groundbreaking, potentially lucrative, and controversial deal with Jay-Z, a number of voices have chimed in to give their opinions. Eric Reid and Colin Kaepernick’s partner Nessa Diab both criticized the deal as it seemed to exclude the NFL making any concessions toward the blackballed quarterback […]

Rob Zombie was interacting with the audience during his show in London, Ontario on Wednesday night, when a female fan aggressively grabbed his shirt. The rocker then turned around and yanked the woman’s hair, as captured on video posted by TMZ. As he often does during his shows, Zombie went down into the crowd, this […]


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