Citing recent "creative differences," a fraction of the phat beatz that made up the Glitch Mob (Kraddy) will now be pursuing a solo career, busting sick rhymes with a success rate of 80%.
Encouraging everyone to respect and support the Glitch Mob, even without him, Kraddy explains that he and the rest of the group felt it would be best for everyone if he went on to perform simply as Kraddy.
With a mischievous twinkle in his eye (or so ...
This Australian trio are what The Beatles might have sounded like if they had been cryogenically frozen for the past thirty years and had decided to modernize their chops upon thawing out. And yes, that is a compliment.
Sandstorm is a classic. In fact, it was my class song. Played at Homecomings and Proms and Pep Rallies. The Bros fist-pumped for four minutes straight, trampling on their date's toes. It's a great song. Slugabed has remixed it, and done it justice.
British rock band The Duke Spirit has been actively releasing music for the last decade. Now, members Leila Moss and Toby Butler have released their first single, “This Stone is Starting To Bleed,” with side project Roman Remains. The accompanying video dropped Nov. 11 and features a dreamy shaman moving in slow motion to the psychedelic track.
It's been awhile since we've heard anything out of Camera Obscura's field, but they've just dropped their new single "Do It Again" in preparation for the release of the fifth album Desire Lens via 4AD, out June 4th. While those of us knowledgeable with CO's discography will note the familiarity of the tune (as it is a far cry from anything different for the band), the band sure does know how to create a good pop tune.
Brian Eno is no more a musician than he is a thinker. Originally composed as an installation for an Italian palace, Eno's new album Lux marks a distinct advance in the development of "generative" music, a technique that challenges the traditional priority of the actual over the virtual, of the sounds we hear over the range of possibilities that condition their production.