Happy Saturday. Check out this sweet video by LA hip-hoppers OverDoz. Bringing back some 90s style group work with funky bass tones, there is a reason artists such as A$AP Rocky have been hyping these guys up. Welcome to Blunnitville.
Grizzly Bear never fails to produce a hauntingly eerie, yet charmingly whimsical sound. It is in this paradox that they find their niche.
Surfer Blood pops as hard as they ever have with this single from their upcoming album, Pythons. Like how The Strokes ruled the college rock scene of the past decade, Surfer Blood certainly is making a case for their position in the 2010s after the success of Astro Coast and the growing hype for Pythons. Keep an eye on these guys.
After listening to Local Native’s sophomore album Hummingbird for roughly the 157th time, I was obviously in love
Throwback from 2002. Just a little something to ease the 4th week tension.
The highly anticipated debut album Amok was released last week by supergroup Atoms for Peace. With RHCP bass player Flea and Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, we really hope this is the first album of many. The first music video, for the single Ingenue, features Yorke in some sweet shoes dancing on stage to some very modern choreography. Set phasers to stereo or put on some good headphones-it’s worth it.
Jai Paul’s second release, Jasmine, ranks among the best songs of 2012. The steady pulsing bass combined with soft sensual lyrics make for fresh ear candy and leave you wishing Paul had more than just two tracks. This unofficial video features tastefully edited clips from the 1979 Francis Ford Coppola film, Apocalypse Now.