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Download Killer Mike’s Unreleased 2008 Mixtape “Sunday Morning Massacres”

Long before the days of Run The Jewels or his majestic 2012 release R.A.P Music, Killer Mike was teaming up with DJ Greg Street to create “Sunday Morning Massacres,” an 18-track (eight skits) mixtape that stayed... Read more »

Hannah Diamond – “Every Night”

Hannah Diamond is a part of PC Music, a British collective that prides itself on deconstructing pop as commentary on the contemporary music industry. “Every Night” follows on the heels of “Attachment,” Diamond’s first take of... Read more »

Jazz Cartier – “Rose Quartz/Like, Crazy”

Shortly after being named one of our 25 rappers you should get to know, Jazz Cartier returns with two songs in one: “Rose Quartz/Like, Crazy” runs nearly six minutes long, split neatly down the middle by... Read more »

Lady Gaga’s Talent Scout Wins Lawsuit Against Former Producer

It’s no secret that Lady Gaga is a case study in music industry development. The NYC native climbed the corporate ladder with ease, meat dresses and all, and now she’s a global pop star. It all... Read more »

Video: Run The Jewels – “Blockbuster Night Part 1″

The visuals for RTJ's "Blockbuster Night Part 1" is yet another win in what has been an incredible year for Killer Mike and El-P. Run the Jewels 2 already has fans asking for a third installment,... Read more »

Listen to Giorgio Moroder’s New Song “74 is the New 24″

It’s been 30 years since Giorgio Moroder’s last solo album, but the veteran disco legend came back in a big way last year thanks to his involvement with Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories. A year full... Read more »

Stream Mura Masa’s Debut Album “Soundtrack To A Death”

Just a week after Mura Masa popped up on our radar, the 18-year-old English producer has released a stunning debut album titled Soundtrack To A Death. The album runs 14 tracks in all, expanding upon Mura... Read more »

St. Vincent Confirms That She Is Not an Alien on “Sound Advice”

Vanessa Bayer’s “Sound Advice” web series is “Between Two Ferns” for musicians, a satiric take on vapid sit-down interviews. And while the SNL actress hasn’t reached the staggering levels of success of her bearded contemporary, Bayer... Read more »

Watch Lorde Cover Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em”

Jeremih and YG put together one of the summer’s biggest songs with “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” But it’s not summer anymore. It’s cold, and a sun-soaked club track just doesn’t feel the same with blizzards approaching. Lorde... Read more »

Video: Jones – “You”

After the success of her debut “Deep,” London’s Jones returns with her second song “You” and a video to match. The video follows in the vein of SBTRKT’s “video experiments,” a static image that evolves slowly... Read more »

SBTRKT Plays Six Unreleased Tracks During BBC Radio 1 Session

Radio stations possess the unique ability to let DJs have free reign for hours at a time. It’s like giving a painter a floor-to-ceiling canvas, unfettered creativity. So when a DJ hands someone else the paintbrush... Read more »

Watch Tyler, the Creator’s Full “Wolf” Documentary

During last weekend’s Camp Flog Gnaw Festival, Tyler, the Creator sold a select few fans copies of his Wolf documentary, a making-of chronicle of his last album. A few days later, the full version surfaced online.... Read more »

Snoop Dogg On Painting: “The Blunt is Inspiration to the Creation”

When Snoop Dogg paints, he needs more than just a blunt. Tennis balls and water guns are lined up alongside paintbrushes, aerosols, and paint balloons by the time Snoop goes to work. The resulting canvases are... Read more »

Jessie Ware – “Keep On Lying (Preditah Remix)”

Jessie Ware released her sophomore album Tough Love last month, and the English songstress has wasted no time in drumming up musical support. We’ve already heard J. Cole’s magnificent flip of “Kind Of…Sometimes…Maybe,” and today English... Read more »

Aphex Twin Shares Over 30 More Tracks in Second Half of Noyzelab Interview

The first part of Aphex Twin’s interview with Dave Noyze yielded some music by his six-year-old son, the origins of Syro, and a slew of unreleased recordings. Today we get the second half of the interview... Read more »