Reminisce Over This

Main Source, Peace Is Not The Word To Play, 1991

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Future – ‘Honest’


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Aesop Rock – The Blob


“The Blob is 32 minutes of beats & sounds that have otherwise been orphaned by their hell-bound father. It is largely unmixed and occasionally offensive. James Lynch played bass on the one that sounds like an elf orgy. Allyson Baker played guitar on the last one. Mastered by Joey Raia.” – Aesop Rock

Reminisce Over This

Da Brat, Funkdafied, 1994

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Reminisce Over This

Organized Konfusion, Somehow Someway, 1997

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The Birth of “ATL”


A musical guide to Outkast’s Atlanta

Reminisce Over This

Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Take You There, 1994

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Chad VanGaalen – Monster


Chad VanGaalen’s upcoming album, ‘Shrink Dust’, will be out April 29th on Sub Pop Records

Duck Sauce – Quack


Out April 15th on Fool’s Gold

James of Thrones

We’ve reached a point where any remix is possible. Presenting James Brown “This Is A Man’s World” synched up with the game of Thrones theme song.

Reminisce Over This

Kam, Pull Ya Hoe Card, 1995

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Wave of Decomposition by Steven Hyden

The Pixies, Thurston Moore, and alternative icons in decline

Johnny Cash’s Gospel-Driven Work Ethic

Blank on Blank returns with this interview featuring Johnny Cash in 1996.

Morning Dose of RATKING

Grimy and refreshing.

“Canal” is on RATKING’s debut album, So It Goes, which is out now on XL.

Reminisce Over This

World Renown, Come Take a Ride, 1994

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‘I’m here to sing with the King of the Jews, who could ask for anything more?’


Johnny Rotten is playing King Herod on the North American tour of Jesus Christ Superstar.

Nas, Q-Tip & The Roots

A nice little dream team coming together for “One Love” and “The World Is Yours” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

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Morning Dose of the A-Z of Dance

So many moves.

Directed by Jacob Sutton

HTRK – Psychic 9-5 Club


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