Thursday, October 21, 2010

Introducing OFWGKTA: Earl

Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All are a 10-deep hip-hop collective. All of them are under 18. They are artists/producers/rappers/video makers etc.
Their stuff is dark, they spit psychosis. Deranged flows. Mean mouths.
They do everything themselves in a bleak, cold way.
I hope they support each other emotionally cz these kids have weird things going on in their minds.
Meet Earl. This rhyme is siiiiiick, in a bevy of ways, all mashed into a blender and spat out to twist your brain.
They embody the internet generation in so many ways.
I'll post more about the others in a tick.

There is something so good about this...

Melody... this everything!
Relating, and rhyming an open door with an open sore.
Swedish pop chanteuse Jenny Wilson- Like A Fading Rainbow

Thursday, October 14, 2010


Azari&iii. HELLOOOOO.
Some of my favourite production out there at the moment.
The E.P is great, full of current nostalgia. Perfectly paced B.P.M's and sounds to match.
Peep the video below....DARK, but balances the light cloudy chords. And I love the demon voice vs the classic house phrase sing song.
I think this could be yin-yang music.

Thursday, October 7, 2010


Possibly my favourite writer of all time
Reading 'The Lady of The Flowers' at the moment. 'The Thiefs Journal' is a must read. There is none other than him.

(from chant d'amour)


Ok, I banned myself from buying music on ebay a few years ago. Those rare MALARIA! 12's and albums were setting me back some gelt. Not to mention the super pricey, rare French Legions Black Metal was painting corpse paint all over my wallet.
Today, however, I splurged out on some rare K.L.F records and 12". This stuff is hard to get now. I just had to. It's justified (and ancient!!)
These guys are total trippers, their philosophy is awesome (I will write a rant on it some time soon) and their music is pure energy.
Wherever Trancentral is, I wanna go there, NOW
Oh and if anyone knows where to get a copy of their Ambient record, please let me know. It's bliss and it saved my life once (another rant, for another time)

Monday, October 4, 2010

Rusko feat. Amber Coffman "Hold On"

I really like the Rusko album that came out earlier this year.
This is my favourite track off the album: HOLD ON f/ Amber Coffman from Dirty Projectors.
This collaboration works really well
Check the album, it's called O.M.G


Been lamenting on this big time. Such a great album. Brash and bratty.
From 1982, this is the band's best bashing for sure. Full of pop culture obsessions, and covers Charles Manson's "Cease to Exist".


Katy B. & Benga

Such great stuff coming out of the U.K at the moment. This track is an indication of that.
Catchy with big bass. Winning combination!