Rome Streetz – “Higher Self” Ft. Estee Nack (Video)

One of underground rap’s premiere spitters Rome Streetz just dropped new visuals for his lead single “Higher Self” featuring wordsmith Estee Nack off of the fourth and most recent installment of his “Noise Kandy” series. It doesn’t get much better than this right here. The track is produced by Sebb Bash and the video was directed by D Gomez.The post Rome Streetz - "Higher Self" Ft. Estee Nack (Video) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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#TrackoftheDay: “Fire”

The Crazy World of Arthur BrownUK (1968) I have no idea where I originally got it, but I used to have this on a 45 single. Probably still do somewhere in my stacks of stuff. I don’t even remember what the B-side was. I do remember being fascinated by the song, though. Because it sounded gloriously mental. I share with you this obviously lip synced “performance” of the song on Top of the Pops from across the pond so you can witness the true stage madness of the group, which I only ...
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Iris DeMent – “Going Down To Sing In Texas”

Other than a handful of guest appearances, Americana legend Iris DeMent hasn't released new music since her 2015 album The Trackless Woods, a collection of Anna Akhmatova poems set to original music. But DeMent is back today in a big way with "Going Down To Sing In Texas," a lengthy rambler that's a lot more … More »
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The Official Fleetwood Mac “Dreams” Skateboarder Halloween Costume Is Here

Nathan Apodaca, the 37-yer-old Idaho Falls skateboarder also known as DoggFace, has been having a bit of a moment since footage of him riding a longboard, drinking Ocean Spray direct from the bottle, and vibing out to Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" went viral. Everyone seemed to benefit from the ordeal: Apodaca got … More »
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6 Things to Do When Preparing Your Home For A Snowstorm

While many of us look forward to the snow, this weather can bring with it a number of problems from leaks to plumbing issues. As winter fast approaches, now could be the time to prepare. Here are just some of the ways in which you can prepare your home for a snowstorm. Fix up any roof damage You don’t want to have any cracks in your roof when the snow starts settling. If there are cracks, you’ll soon end up with a leak. The cold weather could also make these cracks worse, leading to even gre...
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Serial Killers (Xzibit, B-Real & Demrick) Return With “Quarantine” Single

Their 'Summer of Sam' project arrives this week.
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Open Mike Eagle – “Death Parade”

Back in August, Open Mike Eagle announced his latest album, Anime, Trauma And Divorce. (It's the followup to 2017's Brick Body Kids Still Daydream, though he's been up to a ton in the interim.) So far, we've heard a couple songs from it, including "The Edge Of New Clothes," "More »
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Megan Thee Stallion says Black women are 'expected once again to deliver' an election win for Democrats but are still 'constantly disrespected and disregarded'

Megan Thee Stallion. Rich Fury / Staff Rapper Megan Thee Stallion advocated to "protect Black women" in a New York Times op-ed on Tuesday. "Black women are expected once again to deliver victory for Democratic candidates," she wrote. But "are still constantly disrespected and disregarded in so many areas of life." The musician also commented on various incidents for which she made headlines, including an alleged shooting by fellow rapper Tory Lanez and her criticism of Kentucky Attorney Ge...
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Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas – “Martin 5000″

Hans-Peter Lindstrøm and Prins Thomas have released two albums together, 2005's Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas and 2009's II. And today, the Norwegian space-disco masters are announcing a third full-length collaboration, the creatively titled III, which they've been slowly and steadily working on, sending files back and forth, for the past 11 years. More »
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Sinai Vessel – “Shameplant”

A couple weeks ago, Sinai Vessel announced a new album, Ground Aswim, the follow-up to 2017's Brokenlegged. We've heard "Guest In Your Life" from it already and today Caleb Cordes is putting out another new track, "Shameplant," which channels some Narrow Stairs era Death Cab For Cutie into a … More »
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5 Most Common Types of Personal Injuries

Unfortunately, harmful accidents happen more than you think. The National Center for Health Statistics stated that, in the US alone, around 31 million people experience personal injuries that require medical attention each year. Two million of these cases are severe enough for hospitalization, whereas 162,000 are fatal. While we’re listing the five most common claims, there are many more that are worthy of a case. Are you unsure if your situation requires a personal injury lawyer? Click here to ...
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beabadoobee – “Together”

Bea Kristi, aka beabadoobee, is a young British-Filipino musician who reimagines '90s alt-rock as dreamy, gleamingly contemporary pop music. She's already got some industry support and a solid hype train behind her, and her debut album Fake It Flowers officially arrives on Friday. More »
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Black Sabbath Album Cover Lady Gets Her Own Funko Pop! Figure

Funko are moving into the music sphere with their new Funko Pop! Albums series, in which they turn iconic album covers into collectible figurines. The first one, based on Biggie's Ready To Die, is out this week. Next, they're moving onto the cover of Black Sabbath's self-titled debut album, which celebrated its 50th … More »
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Emotional Oranges Tap Channel Tres for “All That” Single

Emotional Oranges are back with a new single. It’s been nearly a…
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Weekly Dope: Reason, Benny the Butcher, Lil Wayne, Big Sean & More

A collection of our favorite songs of the week.
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Premature Evaluation: Autechre SIGN

Autechre's music frequently sounds like it is spontaneously generating itself, as though the machines have been left alone and are making sounds for their own entertainment. But in fact, to hear the two men who are Autechre -- Sean Booth and Rob Brown -- explain it, their inhuman-sounding tracks are in fact the result of … More »
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The Man Who’s Saving India’s Rural Folk Music And The People Who Perform It

“Live and festival-centric performances, which is all these musicians have known through generations, barely bring in money, and an online presence has become mandatory for creative mileage. Many music traditions are dying out, with practitioners taking up menial labor to make ends meet.” Enter Abhinav Agrawal. – Ozy
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Sun June – “Karen O”

Karen O! You know her: Yeah Yeah Yeahs leader and all around agreed upon badass. She's an inspiration to many, including the promising young Texas band Sun June, who are releasing their sophomore album Somewhere next year. They shared "Singing" from it a few weeks ago and today they're offering up "Karen O," … More »
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DFD Baby Lee – “In Clips We Trust”

Houston native DFD Baby Lee is next up out of Texas. Stream his new single, “In Clips We Trust”.  The post DFD Baby Lee - "In Clips We Trust" first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Stevie Wonder – “Can’t Put It In The Hands Of Fate” & “Where Is Our Love Song”

Stevie Wonder has released two new songs today, "Can't Put It In The Hands Of Fate" and "Where Is Our Love Song." The former features verses from Rapsody, Cordae, Chika, and Busta Rhymes, while the latter is a collaboration with Gary Clark Jr. These are Wonder's first new solo tracks in quite a while. In … More »
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Megan Thee Stallion Talks Protecting Black Women, Shooting In New York Times Op-Ed

"I’m not afraid of criticism, and 'Protect Black women' should not be controversial."
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Squirrel Flower – “Explain It To Me” (Liz Phair Cover) & “Chicago”

Artist To Watch Squirrel Flower released her debut album, I Was Born Swimming, at the beginning of the year. A few months ago, she put out a cover of Caroline Polachek's "So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings" and today she has another cover ready to go. This time she reached a … More »
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Why We’re Finally Getting More Recordings Of Black And Female Composers: It’s Just Easier To Make Them Now

The key, writes David Patrick Stearns, is that there are “far more numerous entry points. … The era of self-produced recordings, ushered in by LSO Live!, allowed major symphonies by major artists to be delivered at a lower price, so buyers could take a chance on something they only might want to hear two or three times. The world has also become populated by boutique labels that will issue all manner of recordings, often handed to them ready-made by the artists with no overhead cost, and issued...
Tags: Art, Music, David Patrick Stearns, 10.07.20

Claud – “Gold”

Last week, Phoebe Bridgers announced that she was starting a new label called Saddest Factory (some wordplay on "satisfactory") -- an imprint of her current home at Dead Oceans -- and today she's announced the label's first release. It's a new single from the 21-year-old upstart Claud, who started releasing music a couple … More »
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Lande Hekt – “80 Days Of Rain”

At the beginning of next year, Muncie Girls leader Lande Hekt is releasing her debut solo album, Going To Hell. We've heard "Whiskey" from it already and today she's sharing another track, "80 Days Of Rain," a chiming track about a constant downpour that keeps you down. Its chorus is especially gripping, Hekt's … More »
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Stream Mališa Bahat & Zmar’s Ferocious New Split

I don't understand how the British Columbia indie label Zegema Beach can possibly function. The label operates almost exclusively within the world of screamo -- the convulsive and emotionally wracked hardcore subgenre that's been having a bit of a revival lately -- and it puts out so much music. Once a week, something … More »
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Album Of The Week: Annie Dark Hearts

Annie is an enigma. Since debuting in the late '90s, she's only released three albums. To a certain generation of music nerds and journalists, she’s monolithic -- a mercurial pop star that presaged how radically our perceptions and listening habits would evolve in the 21st century. To others, she might remain unknown, a musician who has … More »
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