Here’s the new video for Shabazz Palaces’ “#CAKE”. Directed by Hiro Murai.
We are pleased to present our 208th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections by Them Jeans. Them Jeans, aka Jason Stewart is a Producer and DJ from Los Angeles, CA. In addition to music, he’s also a food enthusiast working on pop up restaurants, and producing food related internet things for various places.
Sound Advice 208
01. All Under One Roof Raving by Jaime XX
02. Love Songs by DJ Dodger Stadium
03. Residents by Randomer
04. Plato’s Retreat by Velour
05. Who U Love (12 Inch Version) by Roland Tings
06. Aurora Northern Quarter by Lone
07. Angel (Touch Me) by The 2 Bears
08. Beast Numeral by Tuff Sherm & Cassius Select
09. Knowing We’ll Be Here (KiNK Remix) by Daniel Avery
10. Shekure by Airhead
11. Can’t Do Without You by Caribou
12. Repeat Pleasure by How To Dress Well
13. Hours by FKA Twigs
14. Hyperballad (Instrumental) by Bjork
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“Insane in the Chromatophores”
Directed by Tom Gould
Craig Mack, Jockin’ My Style, 1997
Listen Below: Death From Above 1979, Interpol, Warpaint, Future, Cage the Elephant, Broken Bells, Lady, and Jonwayne
New and recent music for your desktop speakers
Artist Petro Wodkins’ Sound-of-Power series consists of handmade porcelain speakers made to resemble busts of infamous political leaders from around the globe. While the selection of figures is surprisingly limited and random (where’s Sadaam? no Bush?), buying into this idea will give you some type of ability to “Smash The State.”
Stressed: The Life & Art of Matt Reid by Michael Gonzales
“it’s virtually impossible to talk about Organized Konfusion’s genre-busting album without waxing poetic about Matt Reid’s bold mix of graphic design, comic books, collage, sci-fi, animation and surrealism. Sharing rack space beside scores of eye-catching rap covers, including Daniel Hastings’ disturbing cover shots for Gang Starr (Hard to Earn) and Jeru the Damaja (The Sun Rises in the East), the far out beauty of Stress stood out. Before one even listened to the record, Reid’s image served as an introduction to the left-of-center urgency of the group.”
Public Enemy, By The Time I Get To Arizona, 1991
Every single death in a Tarantino movie accompanied by The Delfonic’s “Didn’t I (Blow your mind this time)”
Directed by CoolReve
Statik Selektah ft. Action Bronson – “Long Time”
Take an emotional rainy night listen to spooky black’s recently released EP “Leaving” and speculate on that question yourself.
Kool G Rap ft. RZA, Cakes, 1999