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Soundcloud Surfing: Let’s Get Wet, A Mixtape

Soundcloud Surfing is a weekly feature that is exactly what it sounds like. Instead of focusing on the brand new music, we dig into the Soundcloud archives and pull out some gems. Enjoy, and check out previous... Read more »

15 Free Songs You Should Download Right Now

Every Sunday we collect the best free music we can find and put it all in one place. If you fell behind or just feel like building up your iTunes, we've got you covered. Enjoy. ... Read more »

Download Clams Casino’s New “Instrumentals 3″ Mixtape

Clams Casino was a little quieter in 2013 than in 2012, but he still found to drop a track with MF DOOM, contribute to the GTA V soundtrack, and most recently collaborate with Vic Mensa. Now,... Read more »

Clams Casino & Vic Mensa – “Egyptian Cotton”

First thing to note: This is basically a commercial for HP computers. However it’s also two-and-a-half minutes of glorious, spacey, low-end heavy Clams Casino and a couple of quick Vic Mensa verses. The two artists were given... Read more »

Clams Casino – “Crystals”

The soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto V has brought artists together to create an anthology music like no other video game to date. The game continues its tradition of embedding radio stations into the cars the... Read more »

Clams Casino ft. DOOM – “Bookfiend”

Earlier today, Clams Casino casually tweeted, “new track (feat. DOOM) available now at new site.” We see you playing it cool, Clams. While certainly a surprise, this collaboration makes perfect sense. DOOM’s always been one of... Read more »

15 Songs That Make You Feel Like You’re Underwater

"It feels like I'm...underwater. Does that make sense?" There are certain songs that evoke a feeling beyond “cool” or “dope” or “dude, my face is melting." This playlist is here to bring you songs that appeal to... Read more »

Mixtape: Ibn Inglor – “GawdsSpeed”

Perhaps it’s the blizzard that’s hitting the northeast as we speak. Perhaps it’s the fact that Clams Casino‘s hazy vibes are always reverberating somewhere in the background radiation of my brain. Whatever the case, Chicago emcee... Read more »

Hannibal Buress – “Gibberish Rap”

Not sure if you guys were aware, but before Hannibal Buress got heavy into comedy, he used to rap. A lot. That doesn’t really matter in this situation. If you check out his verified Rap Genius... Read more »

Mikky Ekko – “Pull Me Down (Ryan Hemsworth Remix)”

It is a difficult task to take the work of someone as unique and identifiable as Clams Casino and try to rework that into something that sounds like your own. Ryan Hemsworth has done just that... Read more »

Mikky Ekko – “Pull Me Down” (Prod. by Clams Casino & Mikky Ekko)

With Clams Casino‘s unique sound establishing him as one of the most in-demand up and coming producers out right now, the doors are opening for him to work with new artists. One that caught his ear... Read more »

15 Indie Artists Worth Following On Twitter

If you’re a fan of indie music, Twitter can be a lonely place. Our favorite rappers are tweeting all day, sending ridiculous 140-character messages out to the world and giving us glimpses into their personalities, their... Read more »

Pitchfork Music Festival In Photos

Pitchfork’s history of supporting good music is undeniable, and every year their festival in Chicago reflects that. This year’s Pitchfork Music Festival was as exciting as ever, bringing together a diverse group of artists like Grimes,... Read more »

Telephoned Release Four New Clams Casino-Inspired Cover-Ups

Fool’s Gold artists, Telephoned, just came through with these four new cover-ups of some songs from the early ’00s. The Brooklyn-based musical duo of DJ/producer Sammy Bananas and vocalist Maggie Horn selected one cut from each... Read more »

The 10 Best Clams Casino Beats

If you’ve spent time cruising around the music blogosphere in the last year or so, you’ve probably become acquainted with the fact that Clams Casino no longer solely stands for a recipe that requires bacon and... Read more »