Try taking your robot butler out on the town tonight and get him ripped on pints of anti freeze and shots of axle grease. Get him talking about the assembly line he came from and that one app that he could never fully boot. Then in the morning plug a speaker jack into his hangover main frame. I’ll give you $5 if it doesn’t sound like this new gemÂ from CIRC.Â Read more
Make yourself at home among the dimly lit streets and crusty creatures of your local metropolis with the smooth swagger of Meeka Kates in your ear. “Closure” is exactly the kind of multi-purpose jam you can use Â to ramp up, get wild, or come down to. All slippery grooves and sultry whispers over a muted DMX (?) sample that keeps things moving on pace. Read more
Sure, at the beginning it may just feel like you are chilling in that char but hold on tight because with Radio Elvis at the helm that chair is going places. “Goliath” is definitely not named after the roller
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So now, please stop reading my blathering and get caught up on Air Bag One. These ParisiansÂ are playing a few more shows in the States (NYC, SF, etc) so keep an eye out and catch them live.
Sauvage are a delicious blend of sunsetÂ groovesÂ and Frence mystery. Like the soundtrack to that dream you once had about dancing naked in the woods, bare feet pounding the pine needles on the ground, lost in your own movements with only a vague sense that someone may be watching but not caring enough to look up.
Quick, look arround you. Do you see a pool, creek, large puddle, or bucket of water? If not then start filling that bathtub because you are gonna want to have your feet dangling in some water for this day-party daiquiri of a jam.Â Read more
The great thing about getting old is you slowly stop giving a fck about anything. You wear comfortable shorts and you only do what you want. You go the beach by yourself and just soak up the sun, at peace withÂ theÂ sound of the waves and memories of that Summer spent in the South of France. Oh that Summer…Â Read more
France’s Darez and New York’s Chance met on the street one day in 2011 and immediately connected. Their Overseas LP is the the result of their international collaboration. AÂ damn fine collection of throwback hip-hop flow and boom bap beats. It is enough to make even a minor hip hop fan like me perk up and listen. Keep the volume loud for Frenzy’s on point piano led remix that flips the whole thing around further and finer.