Posts Tagged ‘cities aviv’

Mr Flash ft. Action Bronson, Cities Aviv & Oh No – “Number One”

French label Ed Banger Records is known for its great taste in dance music, having put out early records from Justice and being the home of French maestros like Sebastian, Mr Oizo, and Feadz. Mr Flash,... Read more »

Cities Aviv – “Don’t Ever Look Back”

Cities Aviv makes hip-hop that’s somewhere between that old school, soul-laced rap and the abrasive, experimental nature of Death Grips. The loops and elements of a soulful hip-hop beat are there, but they’re chopped to pieces... Read more »

Video: Cities Aviv – “URL IRL”

From Death Grips to Kanye West, 2013 was an excellent year for experimentation and genre-bending in hip-hop. If Cities Aviv’s “URL IRL” is any indication, the movement won’t stop in 2014. The Memphis artist’s Come To... Read more »

Cities Aviv – “URL IRL”

Cities Aviv has the ability to assault his listeners with sound. His live shows are visceral experiences, and in the notes for his new release “URL IRL,” we get some clues as to how that came... Read more »

Mixtape: Cities Aviv – “Black Pleasure”

Seeing Cities Aviv live was one of the most memorable music experiences I’ve had this year. If you think his experimental, noisy hip-hop  is overwhelming on record, then you’ll probably want to bring earplugs if you... Read more »

Cities Aviv – “Normal Immortal”

The last few times we heard from Cities Aviv, it seemed as if he had created a signature sound for himself—one that was spaced-out, psychedelic, and abstractly lo-fi. His latest release, however, suggests an effort on... Read more »

Cities Aviv – “Flex Your Gold”

The last we heard of Cities Aviv was “Wet Dream,” which sounds exactly like the title implies. This time around, though, the title of his new track isn’t necessarily representative of its sound. “Flex Your Gold”... Read more »

Cities Aviv – “Wet Dream”

The Memphis rapper Gavin Mays, more commonly known as Cities Aviv, has recently released a new track titled “Wet Dream.” I suppose that the track is appropriately titled, as the production on the track may have... Read more »