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JD Samson (Le Tigre, MEN) connects with French producer Yuksek for a single on Brooklyn's YouTooCanWoo. "It’s lasers a-go-go for this Hercules & Love Affair meets CSS with a nod to S-Express bugged out jam," says Teases and Dares
Recorded to 8-track reel-to-reel and released today on Saddle Creek, the sophomore album from NY songwriter Sam Owens has a stomping, 1970s soft-rock vibe to it. "Country” details a dust storm encountered on a cross-country road trip.
Rising Philadelphia rapper Tierra Whack shared her new "visual and auditory project” of 15 one-minute songs today. Whack World is best taken as a set, so here's one of her standouts from last year, an eccentric, imaginative free flow.
Among the most posted artists this week is Hana Vu, a 17-year-old based in LA with an EP out soon on Luminelle Recordings. Steeped in reverb, "Shallow" adds a post-punk edge to her growing repertoire of bedroom-recorded sounds.
“Prophet. Wanna Be Your Man. aww. damn good. yeah. damn good. Available. at. prophetla.bandcamp.com. enjoy. full…”
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This is the feel-good story of cult funk artist Prophet: Stones Throw owner Peanut Butter Wolf finds his underloved 1984 LP and convinces him to record again. His return album, Wanna Be Your Man, picks right back up with the boogie grooves.
, the debut LP from Charlottesville-based folk songwriter Juliana Daugherty.
Tadd Mullinix, the Michigan producer best known for his hip hop work as Dabrye, makes Blowing Up The Workshop a 3.5-hour mix of jungle and drum & bass to introduce his new X-Altera project on Ghostly International.
The Guardian on how message boards and online forums in the 2000s created a new musical culture for fans:
"When I think of the giddy high points of early 00s pop – from Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love to the Knife’s Heartbeats – that surge of discussion is inseparable from the music and the dancing, all part of the excitement."
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