“We’re still perpetually surrendering to Toronto intellectual pop outfit DIANA’s 2013 debut album so we were filled with great excitement…”
Posted yesterday →
A big return single from Toronto pop trio DIANA—their first since a much-blogged 2013 debut. It grooves artfully "with dance club finger snaps and imploding bass," says Stereogum
, who likens this grower of a song to a leaky faucet turning full-blown flood.
The relationship between Drake and Popcaan continues to bear fruit. For this summer dancehall jam, producer DreSkull (also head of Poppy's label, Mixpak) shares with PND (signed to Drake's OVO label) an unused beat he'd originally made with Vybz Kartel.
“Auch dieses Jahr kriegst du unsere 20 liebsten Sommersongs, feinsäuberlich ausgewählt und arrangiert, schon zu Beginn der Ferienzeit, damit du…”
Posted on Jul 7th →
First introduced to the world via his home-baked DIY cassette releases, 2016 finds California psych merchant Delt readying his second "proper" LP (this time on Sub Pop, the previous on Trouble in Mind), recorded entirely at his Topanga Canyon home studio.
Summer 2016 gets the butt-implant anthem it's been waiting for. On their debut track, new supergroup NAC—made up of Sugar Tongue Slim (don't snooze on 2015's STS x RJD2
collab), Schoolie V and producers Butta n' Bizkit—drop some food for thought on the topic.
“Helado Negroが、新曲「Runaround」を公開した。 Helado Negroは、ブルックリンを拠点とするエクアドル系アメリカ人の音楽家、Roberto Langeによるプロジェクト。プレスリリースによれば、曲中で繰り返される”No love can cut our knife in two”は、ロボットが登場するアイザック・アシモフの短編小説からの引用だという。同曲を収録した最新アルバム『Private Energy』は、9月30日にリリースされる。 More Info: Helado N”
Posted 4 days ago →
Ecuadorian-American artist Roberto Carlos Lange boasts a contemplative and collaborative discography—from Savath & Savalas to OMBRE (with Juliana Barwick). His Helado Negro project shares a new "robot love song for our troubled world" via The Fader
More from artists on this week's Stack available at Amoeba Music: here
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The New Yorker on the intimacy that headphones bring to music:
"It turns out that observers have been fretting about headphones—and the disconnection they facilitate—for decades. The Walkman and its rivals quickly became a landmark in the history of media and a symbol of an inwardly focused era."
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