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Porter Haus Productions – “Steak & Potatoes, Vol. 1: The Main Ingredient” (Album)

Porter Haus Productions releases a brand new, star-studded compilation exclusively on their website entitled Steak & Potatoes, Vol. 1: The Main Ingredient.The post Porter Haus Productions – “Steak & Potatoes, Vol. 1: The Main Ingredient” (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Porter Haus Productions


Trump Declares Guns N’ Roses’ “November Rain” The Greatest Music Video Of All Time

One of the more amusing and unexpected turns in recent history is the fact that, somehow, Axl Rose is woke. His Twitter presence is often a funny and aghast series of reactions to the goings-on in our country, and he's clearly no fan of Trump. (One of many examples: GNR's "Live And Let Die With … More »
Tags: Music, News, Guns N' Roses, Donald Trump, Trump, Axl Rose


Supreme Cerebral – “Summer In The Slums” (Prod. By Soul Arkitech)

“Summer In The Slums”, Supreme Cerebral’s first single to the forthcoming album, “Ultimate Mind“, slated to drop October 9th, 2020. Produced by European producer Soul Arkitech, this track has a seemingly classic 90’s vibe. With Supreme’s gritty street tales mixed with the beautiful soul sample this song comes together perfectly for the end of summer. Stream this single premiere on our platform above!The post Supreme Cerebral - "Summer In The Slums" (Prod. By Soul Arkitech) first appeared on U...
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Supreme Cerebral, Soul Arkitech


1000 Words – “Mask & Gloves” Ft. Nems & Pounds (Video)

The Polaroid Pope 1000 Words teams up with the Mayor of Coney Island Nems and the “There is no Mafia” heavyweight Pounds in the new video for “Mask & Gloves” produced by 38 Spesh and directed by New Vegas Films. Make sure to tap into 1000 Words self-titled compilation album below! The post 1000 Words - "Mask & Gloves" Ft. Nems & Pounds (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Polaroid, NEMS, Pounds, 38 Spesh, 1000 Words, New Vegas Films, Coney Island Nems, New Vegas Films Make


REASON OVER TREASON – “21 Grams”

Check out this new single titled “21 Grams” by South Central Los Angeles based Hip Hop artists REASON OVER TREASON (Osirius & producer Divine Milk), off their debut EP “How to Cut a Diamond, Vol. 1.”  Follow them on Instagram @osirius_lewsyphr_writer @divinemilk777.  The post REASON OVER TREASON - "21 Grams" first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Treason, Singles, South Central Los Angeles, REASON OVER TREASON, Diamond Vol


Notes from a Pandemic: Stream the Avalanches; watch Chance the Rapper, Maggie Rose & Friends, Declan McKenna, Lotus, Blitzen Trapper and more

ONLINE FINDS ■ Melbourne-based electronic sonic innovators the Avalanches have released a third single, “Take Care In Your Dreaming (feat. Denzel Curry, Tricky and Sampa the Great)” from their upcoming full length “We Will Always Love You,” out December 11 via Astralwerks. Also check out the elated “Running Red Lights (feat. Rivers Cuomo and Pink Siifu)” released in mid-March, dedicated to David Berman (Silver Jews, Purple Mountains) who died last year.  TODAY’S STREAMS ■ All day:...
Tags: Facebook, Music, London, Instagram, RAC, Ralph Lauren, Melbourne, Lotus, Chance The Rapper, Preview, Nick Cave, Linkin Park, Cuomo, Jeff Tweedy, Carnegie Hall, Mike Shinoda


Q&A With San Diego Based Hip Hip Artist Heir Wallace

Much respect Heir Wallace! for the consistent body of work you’ve been putting out for the past year. Before getting into the new mixtape, for the readers who don’t know, how long have you been making music? In a way all my life, since I could remember I’ve been writing music. I started taking it seriously around 11. What area of San Diego are you from? Any particular influences from your area that motivated you to make music? At first City Heights but I moved around a lot.  People I’ve met thr...
Tags: Apple, San Diego, Jazz, Prince, Wallace, Q&A Interviews, Heir Wallace, Wes Walt Trab, NoShenanigins


Q&A With Rising Canadian Rapper Killa Con

Hey Killa Con! Dope project you dropped with Nobody from Namibia! Please tell us how long have you been making music? Most importantly, how did you come up with your rap name? I started rapping when I was 16 after I heard Killer Mike’s verse on Outkast’s ‘The Whole World’. I got into producing beats when I was in 2nd year of University, studying business. I was spending all my time making music, so I decided to move to Australia and do a music degree instead. I’m 35 now, so I’ve been making mus...
Tags: Australia, Germany, Africa, Toronto, University, Canada, United States, Bob Dylan, Jazz, Wu Tang, Connor, Drake, Killer Mike, BLM, Namibia, Rza


For First Time Since The 1980s Vinyl Outsells CDs

on the first half of 2020 across the recorded music industry reads: “Vinyl album revenues of $232m were 62% of total physical revenues, marking the first time vinyl exceeded CDs for such a period since the 1980s.” The report acknowledged that vinyl records accounted for only 4% of total recorded music revenue. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, 09.14.20


Quarantunes: A playlist by Photo Ops

“Pure at Heart,” the new album of dreamy folk music from Photo Ops (out Friday), is the sound of a songwriter in awe of his new surroundings and making sense of his place in them. In today’s QUARANTUNES, Terry Price talks about coping with mood swings and shares a playlist that soundtracks them. THE LATEST FROM PHOTO OPS Singer-songwriter Terry Price — aka Photo Ops — has taken well to Los Angeles since moving here three years ago. And Angelenos, especially fans of indelible melodies and evoc...
Tags: Music, Featured, Los Angeles, Jamie Oliver, West Coast, Playlists, Playlist, Local Artist, Santa Monica, Terry Price, Jason Martin, Photo Ops, Quarantunes


Ears Wide Open: Asha Imuno

Nineteen-year-old Asha Imuno has rapped his way right out of his native Moreno Valley and due west on the 60 Freeway to L.A., where he’s making noise as part of the Raised By the Internet collective. After self-releasing the album “Full Disclosure” last year, Imuno has signed to the 4AD-affiliated imprint b4, a home for hip-hop, R&B and experimental pop founded by 4AD A&R exec Briana Cheng. The label originally was founded with a singles-first philosophy, but it will release Imuno’s new full-len...
Tags: Music, Featured, San Diego, Peter Pan, West Coast, Baltimore, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Moreno Valley, Gidi, Asha Imuno, Imuno, Briana Cheng


Palace Announces Happy Mondays Collab

The skateboard brand Palace has announced a new collaboration with the British band Happy Mondays, echoing Supreme's many collaborations with legacy artists. Today, the London-based company unveiled a new collection featuring Happy Mondays' iconography, including a still from the video for their 1990 track "Step On" and the artwork … More »
Tags: Music, London, News, Palace, Supreme, Happy Mondays


Ikea’s Sonos friendly speakers now come in new colours and can be washed

Ikea’s mission to make speakers part of the furniture is getting more real with new customisation options for their Sonos powered speakers. Ikea announced their mission to make smart speakers more affordable and part of the home design, last year. Their new Symfonisk range of speakers designed to blend into the furnishing have clearly been a success as they have announced a new range of add-ons for them. The Symfonisk bookshelf speaker can now be transformed either red or blue with ne...
Tags: Music, Technology, Ikea, Sonos Ikea, Ikea Sonos, Symfonisk, Ikea Accessories, Ikea Furniture Speakers, Ikea Lamp Speaker, Lamp Speaker, Smart Speaker Accessories, Smart Speaker Lamp, Smart Speaker Light, Sonos Lamp, Symfonisk Accesories


Porridge Radio – “7 Seconds”

Porridge Radio, the Brighton, UK indie rock Band To Watch, spent the pre-pandemic segment of 2020 rolling out their phenomenal sophomore album Every Bad. Under lockdown, Dana Margolin's project has continued to crank out new tunes. They shared "Good For You," a collaboration with Lala Lala, in July. And … More »
Tags: Music, Brighton UK, Lala Lala, Dana Margolin


Lande Hekt – “Whiskey”

Lande Hekt fronts the fearsome Band To Watch Muncie Girls, who have released two albums -- 2016's From Caplan To Belsize and 2018's Fixed Ideals -- and a B-sides EP, The Point, which came out earlier this year. She also puts out music on her own. Last fall, she … More »
Tags: Music, Muncie Girls, Lande Hekt, Belsize


Jane Drops MANCHILD

I couldn’t help but to give Jane a shoutout with her quirky indie pop track MANCHILD. You may like it if you’re a fan of experimental pop, think Canadian artist Grimes. The New York-based singer, songwriter and producer also made some waves with her previous releases BIRTHCONTROL’ and ‘boys 2 MEN’. Give it a stream.
Tags: Music, New York, Grimes, Jane, Indie Invaders, Jane Drops MANCHILD


The Glory And The Irony Of “Mad At Disney”

Everything about "Mad At Disney" is catchy, not least of all the title. Before you even hear the song, its title has you wondering why, of many potential reasons, this pop singer is angry at Mickey Mouse's parent company. Did they just read up on the Mulan controversy? Do they believe … More »
Tags: Music, Usher, Nicki Minaj, Disney, Sia, Harry Styles, Demi Lovato, David Guetta, Olivia Wilde, Lily Allen, Shia LaBeouf, Big Sean, The Weeknd, Halsey, Cardi B, The Week In Pop


Dave Grohl Writes Theme Song For 10-Year-Old Viral Drummer Nandi Bushell

Earlier this month, Dave Grohl got himself involved in a drum battle with 10-year-old musician Nandi Bushell, who has gone viral a few times this year because of her intense drum covers. She's picked up Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello as a fan -- he gifted a guitar to her … More »
Tags: Music, News, Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl, Tom Morello, Nandi Bushell


The GRAMMY’s have a new subscription service launching this week

The GRAMMY Museum are the latest to launch their own subscription service offering exclusive interviews, performances, and livestreams from global artists. COLLECTION:live is a brand new subscription service from none other than the GRAMMY Museum. The worldwide-renowned recording academy are offering a bunch of musical content to earn money towards their initiatives in music education. The subscription service launches on the 17th and a bunch of content featuring some of the world’s b...
Tags: Music, James Bond, Selena Gomez, Grammy Awards, Digital Music News, Sparks, Billie Eilish, Grammy Museum, Michael Sticka, COVID, Collection:live, Grammy Collection, Grammy Streaming, Grammy Subscription Service, Grammys Content, Grammys Streaming


Weekly Dope: Conway the Machine, Spillage Village, eLZhi & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
Tags: Jazz, Playlists, 2dope, Elzhi, Spillage Village, Weekly Dope, Conway The Machine


Nocturnal Wonderland announces return to Glen Helen Amphitheater in 2021

Insomniac Events’ Nocturnal Wonderland plans to return to Glen Helen Amphitheater in Devore in 2021. Founder Pasquale Rotella dropped the news via Twitter Sunday night that the event will take place Sept. 18-19, 2021. In 2019, Rotella announced that the festival would find a new home in 2020. However, due to the spread of COVID-19, dates for this year were canceled and a new location was never announced. “We’re back!” Rotella wrote on Twitter. “With everything that’s been going on in the world, ...
Tags: Music, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Concerts, DeVore, Rotella, Pasquale Rotella, Glen Helen Amphitheater, Nocturnal Wonderland, Glen Helen, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB


Ears Wide Open: Peel

Peel is an L.A. duo whose first single, “Rom-Com,” dives into ’70s/’80s viscera, particularly the Factory Records sound and the work of producer Martin Hannett. It’s the brainchild of multi-instrumentalists and visual artists Sean Cimino and Isom Innis, both of whom have spent the past decade playing with Foster the People. The project, which they say is as much a visual endeavor as a musical one, was conceived in Innis’ concrete loft above the Orpheum Theatre in downtown L.A. With “Rom-Com,” yo...
Tags: Video, Music, Featured, Peel, Local Artist, Factory Records, Innis, Martin Hannett, Innovative Leisure, Isom Innis, Sean Cimino, Innovative Leisure Records, Second Edition Public Image Ltd


Retro 16-bit: chipsynth SFC exactly emulates Super NES/Famicom as instrument

It's 1990. Nintendo has just leaped into the 16-bit age. And the voice of its new Super Famicom (SNES) console is about to open a window to a world of lush, glossy sound. Now, just shy of 30 years later, that spirit has taken plug-in form. The post Retro 16-bit: chipsynth SFC exactly emulates Super NES/Famicom as instrument appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Tags: Gaming, Music, Tech, Canada, Nintendo, 16-bit, Samplers


WHAT DID THEY SOUND LIKE? (Toronto, September 1943)

This just in — corrections and additions from jazz scholars Mark Miller and Kris Bauwens.  It’s good to have wise friends! Christine Manchisi, a very gracious Canadian antique dealer-entrepreneur, found an intriguing jazz artifact, a souvenir from a now-vanished night … Continue reading →
Tags: Toronto, Surprise, Wow, Bliss, Jazz, Thelonious Monk, Mark Miller, Cab Calloway, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman, Coleman Hawkins, Generosities, It's All True, Jazz Titans, The Heroes Among Us, The Real Thing



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