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Bailz – “3 AM IN CALI” (Video)

Detroit emcee Bailz takes it to the westside on “3 AM IN CALI”.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Detroit, Bailz


Preservation Drops New Album, ‘Eastern Medicine, Western Illness’

Featuring Roc Marci, Your Old Droog, Quelle Chris, Nickelus F, Mach-Hommy, KA, and more.
Tags: Albums, Preservation, Jazz, Chris Nickelus


Mo$tWanted – “600 East” (Video)

We coveed the single last month, and the official video is finally here! Watch “600 East” by Watts, CA native Mo$tWanted.  A deep video talking about the time we going through.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Watts, Mo$tWanted


Devine Carama is ‘Worshiping in the Wilderness’ On New Album

Diving into the deep corners of agony and pain.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Devine Carama


Unanimous Sources

My new album, Unanimous Sources, is out today in all of the streaming places, and the label’s bandcamp. Stream it on Deezer, Apple Music, Spotify, or I am sure you know how the search function works on your streaming service. Or buy it directly. Unanimous Sources by Jeff Albert
Tags: Music, Links, Personal, Jazz


Kap Kallous – “BOOM” Ft. Self Provoked (Prod. By Optiks)

New music from Kap Kallous “Boom” featuring Self Provoked! These two fine tuned lyricists craft their way around some drippy Optiks production leaving you with a hypnotic after effect. Check out “Boom” on all streaming formats now.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Optiks, Self Provoked, Kap Kallous


Jabra Elite 75t review: Massive bass from tiny buds

At $180, Jabra's new Elite 75t have plenty of competition. Can an emphasis on fit set then apart from rivals?
Tags: Mobile, Music, Trends, Home Theater, Jabra, True Wireless Earbuds, Jabra Elite, Jabra Elite 75t, Headphone Reviews, True Wireless Earbud Reviews


Shabazz Palaces – “MEGA CHURCH” (Feat. Stas THEE Boss)

Seattle art-rap mystics Shabazz Palaces just released their latest album, The Don Of Diamond Dreams, in April. And today, on Bandcamp's third revenue-waiving day, they're already back with "MEGA CHURCH," a new single featuring their fellow Seattle musician and old collaborator Stas THEE Boss of THEESatisfaction. Listen to the zonked-out track below. More »
Tags: Music, Seattle, Shabazz, Shabazz Palaces, Stas, Stas THEE Boss


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

After a week of police brutality against citizens peacefully protesting state-sponsored violence against black Americans, it's difficult to envision progress for this country. Our president's dystopian church photo opp would almost be too on the nose if this were a movie. But change must come, and the fortitude we've seen in the streets -- and … More »
Tags: Music, Shut Up Dude


The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Sometimes you need to be reminded just how powerful a song can be -- when it clarifies, or responds to, or rips open a moment as we're in it. Two of these songs were written a while ago, two of them are very new, and one is both new and old, which is unfortunately part … More »
Tags: Music, Yg, Killer Mike, Run The Jewels, Kamasi Washington, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, El-p, Bob Mould, Conway, Denzel Curry, Terrace Martin, Daylyt, Gangsta Boo, G Perico


The Sheku Effect: A Classical Music Star Rises

The young cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason is bursting to the forefront of a field distressingly low on headliners of color.
Tags: News, Classical Music, Black People, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Sheku Kanneh Mason, Sheku, Cellos, Kanneh-Mason


Twiztid – “Wasted 4” Ft. Axe Murder Boyz, Bingx & Drive-By (Video)

  Twiztid drops a video for the jam-packed “Wasted 4” off their new album Mad Season.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Twiztid, Axe Murder Boyz, Bingx, Drive-By, Boyz Bingx


Republic Records Bans Use Of The Word “Urban” Within Company

Over the decades, the music industry has shuffled through countless euphemisms for what essentially amount to categorization by race. Sometimes it has been quite literal: "Juke Box Race Records" was the actual post-WWII name of the Billboard chart now known as Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, an institution that has also in various eras been known as … More »
Tags: Music, News


Enjoy some old-timey, ragtimey music from The Vaudevillian

From Hamilton, Ontario, it's The Vaudevillian, an old-timey ragtimey troupe! Below, a clip from last week with the band now as a duo. They say that "as well as performing at festivals and theaters around Canada, they host interactive Washboard Workshops and interactive Musical Spoon Workshops all across the country and to date have taught over 1400+ participants in this past year alone." (Thanks, Bob Pescovitz!)
Tags: Video, Music, News, Canada, Hamilton Ontario, Ragtime, Old Timey, Washboard Workshops


Stream Mattachine’s Debut EP Isolation As A Form Of Torture

There are precious few good things happening in 2020, but the rise of Infant Island has been one of them. Just in the past two months, the convulsive Fredericksburg, Virginia screamo rippers have released two towering works, the EP Sepulcher and the album Beneath. Guitarist and singer Alexander Rudenshiold has also … More »
Tags: Music, Album Stream, Fredericksburg Virginia, Infant Island, Mattachine, Alexander Rudenshiold


Stream Sunami’s Self-Titled Debut EP

Right now, a whole lot of people hate cops. But I don't know how many people hate cops as much as the San Jose band Sunami. Last year, Sunami, whose ranks include members of bands like Gulch and Hands Of God, released a Bandcamp demo that immediately made them a favorite among those … More »
Tags: Music, San Jose, Album Stream, Gulch, Sunami, Hands Of Gods


Stream End’s Debut Album Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face

The New Jersey-based band metallic hardcore End make some truly ugly music. A few years ago, Counterparts frontman Brendan Murphy got together with Fit For An Autopsy guitarist Will Putney, as well as current and former members of bands like Dillinger Escape Plan, Blacklisted, Shai Hulud, and Misery Signals to form End. All of those … More »
Tags: Music, New Jersey, End, Album Stream, Fit For An Autopsy, Shai Hulud, Brendan Murphy, Counterparts, Will Putney


Rated R Turns 20

"Nicotine, Valium, Vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy, and alcohol!" Josh Homme incessantly repeated this recipe -- topped off with a dusting of "C-c-c-c-c-cocaine!" -- to kick off Queens Of The Stone Age's second album. The music behind Homme's refrain was as dunderheadeded as it comes: a rock band mostly banging on one note ad nauseam, briefly interrupted … More »
Tags: Music, The Anniversary, Queens Of The Stone Age, Josh Homme, Mark Lanegan, Nick Oliveri


Caroline Says – “So Hot (Wash Away All Of My Tears)” (Spacemen 3 Cover)

Bandcamp is once again waiving their share of revenue from purchases today in an effort to help musicians. Once again, many musicians are releasing covers and odds and ends to take advantage of the opportunity. And given recent events, many of them are also donating the proceeds from today's sales to anti-racist causes. More »
Tags: Music, Caroline Says, Spacemen 3


Shamir – “Something That’s Worth My Praises”

Today is the latest Bandcamp day of the pandemic, when the site waives its share of revenue to try and help out artists. But this one also comes with a whole bunch of artists donating that revenue to causes that are important right now as people around the country are protesting in a fight for … More »
Tags: Music, Shamir


Slow Mass – “Portraits To Oakland” & “Sub Yellow”

Since last spring, Slow Mass, the constantly evolving Chicago post-hardcore Band To Watch, have been intermittently sharing new two-song drops through their Music For Ears singles series. Volume 1 featured "Siren" backed by a cover of Wilco's "Reservations." Volume 2 included "Mal" and another cover, this time more obscure: … More »
Tags: Music, Wilco, Chicago, Oakland, Mal, Slow Mass


The Clientele – “Closer” (Shack Cover)

Long-running UK indie-pop institution the Clientele have shared their first new music since 2017 for Bandcamp's revenue waiving day. They've covered "Closer," a song from Shack's 2006 album On The Corner Of Miles And Gil that matches their dusky, bittersweet aesthetic perfectly. "Today our first new music in a while is released," the band wrote … More »
Tags: Music, UK, Shack, Gil, Bandcamp, The Clientele


How Ornette Coleman Radically Reimagined Jazz

Conventional jazz harmony is religiously chord-based, with soloists improvising within each key like balls pinging through a pinball machine. Coleman, in contrast, imagined harmony, melody, and rhythm as equal constituents. He sometimes said that he played around a melody, in such a way that he could hear it was there, but some listeners could not. – The New Republic
Tags: Art, Music, Ornette Coleman, Coleman, 06.05.20


Stream Thou’s Surprise Nirvana Covers Album Blessings Of The Highest Order

Nirvana fucking ruled. Krist Novoselic might be out here definding Trump these days, but 30 years ago, he was in a good band. Louisiana sludge-metal warriors Thou have always known this. Over the years, Thou have released a whole lot of Nirvana covers. Sometimes, those covers have been relatively easy to find, as … More »
Tags: Music, Louisiana, Nirvana, Album Stream, Trump, Krist Novoselic, Thou



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