Dressing to Become a Better EMCEE


This vintage 90’s era Nervous Records denim jacket might not help your flow, but it’s sure to improve your style.

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Reminisce Over This

Kurupt, We Can Freak It, 1998

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Listen Below: Big Data, Quakers, King Buzzo, and Unicycle Loves You

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Death Grips – “niggas on the moon” featuring björk


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The Obsessed

A 1994 promotional documentary made by Columbia Records in anticipation of The Obsessed’s album “The Church Within.” Featuring interviews with Henry Rollins, Ian MacKaye & Joe Lally, Peter & Franz Stahl, Dale Crover, Tesco Vee, Bruce Merkle, Pepper Keenan, Lee Dorrian, Don Fleming, Jennifer Finch, David Teague, Jay Yuenger, Tom Lyle, and Phil Anselmo.

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E-40 ft. The Click, Captain Save A Hoe, 1994

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“When your career is based on whether you’re going to get enough likes on Facebook, you’re no longer going to have an opinion.”


In anticipation of the release of Body Count’s new album, Ice-T gives one of the most refreshing interviews in years. 99 Problems was his song!

Morning Dose of Baby Got Back: The Symphony

Sir Mix-A-Lot with the Seattle Symphony

Sound Advice 200: Thomas Campbell


We are pleased our 200th installment of Sound Advice featuring Thomas Campbell. Thomas is an artist and filmmaker living and working in Santa Cruz, California. This Thursday (6/12), Thomas opens up a new solo show, Ampersand, at Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC.
Sound Advice 200

01. Vibes from the Tribe by Phil Ranelin
02. Contact by Brigitte Bardot
03. Shutout by The Walker Brothers
04. Natural’s Not In It by Gang Of Four
05. Compared to What by Eddie Harris & Les McCann
06. Every Party by Erlend Øye
07. Kidnapping by Karl Heinz Schäfer
08. Go! (Club Mix) by Tones On Tail
09. Cambodian Rock by Unknown
10. It Ain’t Right (Single Version) by Little Walter
11. St. Elmo’s Fire (Radio) by Uilab
12. The Bottle by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
13. Get Thy Bearings by Donovan
14. The Gypsies Came Marching After by White Magic
15. Patricia by Link Wray
16. Harley Davidson by Brigitte Bardot
17. Truth by New Order
18. If I Could Cry (it Would Feel Like This) by Jens Lekman
19. Uhuru by Ramsey Lewis
20. 30 Century Man by Scott Walker
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Reminisce Over This

Bushwick Bill, Ever So Clear, 1992

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ASAP Mob – Hella Hoes


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MC Breed ft. 2Pac, I Gotta Get Mine, 1993

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Morning Dose of Warm-Up Music

The World Cup Cut Up by Eclectic Method

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Cappadonna ft. Ghostface, Super Model, 2001

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Melodies Derived From Stock Charts


Johannes Kreidler’s “Charts Music,” arranged by using the Microsoft Composition Tool, Songsmith.

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Just Add a Chain


JBL’s new “Clip” speaker is bound to become the go-to boombox of the Summer. ($50)

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How Miss Info Became Hip-Hop’s Ultimate Insider by Naomi Zeichner

Today, Minya Oh is the linchpin of Hot 97, rap’s most influential radio station. Getting there only took 20 years.

Listen Below: Howling Bells, Fucked Up, Get Hot, and TOWNSmusic

New and recent music for your desktop speakers

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Reminisce Over This

Notorious B.I.G., Party and Bullshit, 1993

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