Category: New Music

New Music – Christmas Prodigy

Not many rappers in 2022 need no introduction, but Nas has been materialized in the rap history books not only for having one of the greatest debut records with Illmatic but for being able to spawn an unlikely career revival after seeming to be dormant… Continue Reading “New Music – Christmas Prodigy”

New Music – Bo Knows

Flying off the rails of one of my favorite team-ups in 2021, Boldy James and The Alchemist jump together not playing a two-player game of Madden, but as an arcade duo going gold on Tecmo Bowl. Games aside, the newest project from Boldy James… Continue Reading “New Music – Bo Knows”

BEST OF 2021 CLOWNS

LISTEN TO THE PLAYLIST HERE – SPOTIFY ON THIS PAGE YOU CAN CLICK ANY OF THE PHOTOS, TEXT, OR TITLES FOR A LINK TO THE POST WHERE I WROTE A REVIEW FOR THE ALBUM… This was a significant improvement over 2020. From moving to NYC,… Continue Reading “BEST OF 2021 CLOWNS”

New Music – Break Through Earth

For fans of the psychedelic turmoil that exists to be Thee Oh Sees, frontman John Dwyer bends time and space with his solo career. Devoid of much direction, Gong Splat is the newest endeavor that transfers improvisational play styles to the forefront of performance.… Continue Reading “New Music – Break Through Earth”

New Music – The Blurred Lines Of Love

Something that has been on my personal list to discuss for an almost incredible amount of time, Lost Horizons’ In Quiet Moments is one of the most elusive and luxurious records to hit 2021. The piece formed by Cocteau Twins’ own Simon Raymonde and… Continue Reading “New Music – The Blurred Lines Of Love”

New Music – The Hip Joint

It’s been a long time coming that Your Old Droog would surprise audiences with one more drop before 2021 was coming to a close. The lord of ad-libs and challenging intricacies,  Space Bar quickly makes the last-minute mark for being one of the strongest… Continue Reading “New Music – The Hip Joint”

New Music – Baggy Greens Bastards

Maybe it was the white boots from Big Attraction or the tenacity that the mullet-bearing sideshow seemed to harness to their advantage. In any rate, Amyl And The Sniffers immediately spoke to the punk ear with piles of bodies all in a rage to… Continue Reading “New Music – Baggy Greens Bastards”

New Music – Pull Up The Roots

In many ways, BADBADNOTGOOD was one of the first introductions that this generation had to jazz. From their early works with Tyler, The Creator to their instrumental renditions of MF DOOM tracks, the ties with hip-hop have always been there. Their breakout instrumental projects… Continue Reading “New Music – Pull Up The Roots”

New Music – Sober In A Forest Fire

“You are fearless, you defy death” describes the first moments spent with Wednesday on their 2021 release, Twin Plagues. A record with extreme valleys but minor moments of peaks, Wednesday is a treasure that reflects elements of 90’s sweater grunge surrounded by candlelit stages.… Continue Reading “New Music – Sober In A Forest Fire”

New Music – Gates Of Oblivion

“A rich belief that no one sees you,” describes Emma Ruth Rundle on the opening of her newest endeavor, Engine Of Hell. The perfect record for lowering the casket, Engine Of Hell is that last bit of sunlight before Earth turns its back on the… Continue Reading “New Music – Gates Of Oblivion”

New Music – Choose Your Peggy

The internet could either be mankind’s biggest enemy or his greatest ally, in JPEGMAFIA’s case; the latter exists. Through the technically “Online” version of his newest project LP!, there is a discrepancy between being a musical genius and an auditory push toward blurred lines… Continue Reading “New Music – Choose Your Peggy”

New Music – Half Man Half Amazing

It’s been a well-known fact to anyone who has heard or personally met Patrick Morales, better known formally as Wiki that he could rap. Whether his work from the New York City captains Ratking or in his solo work which over the years, has… Continue Reading “New Music – Half Man Half Amazing”

New Music – Face In The Gutter

Fairly well-known for the ability to constrict and bend audiences to his will by sheer instrumentation and rhyme schemes, Lil Ugly Mane from Richmond is an ambidextrous force of nature. In his newest record VOLCANIC BIRD ENEMY AND THE VOICED CONCERN, Lil Ugly Mane… Continue Reading “New Music – Face In The Gutter”

New Music – Sequel Blues

They say, “A sequel is never as good as the original.” I don’t know who “they” are, but it’s apparent that they have never heard This Thing Of Ours 2 from The Alchemist and his merry group of super friends. This Thing Of Ours… Continue Reading “New Music – Sequel Blues”

New Music – Fruition Of Damage

There are not many bands that can crush and fracture bones quite like Full Of Hell in the chamber of isolative noise. Through their newest 2021 release, Garden Of Burning Apparitions is a quick but memorable beating through 20 minutes and 12 tracks. Opening… Continue Reading “New Music – Fruition Of Damage”

New Music – The Anti-Album

Always well known for bordering on the obtuse and indirect for hip-hop, Injury Reserve was one of the genre’s most exciting underdogs of a three-man weave that trades in the sonic cityscapes for twisted deserts of sound. Records like 2016’s Floss was one of… Continue Reading “New Music – The Anti-Album”

New Music – Sounds of Confusion

Gunfire, smog, death, annihilation; all continuous notions that The Bug can collide with on their newest record, Fire. While it may be the musical equivalent to a city being coerced to ash, the inhabitants represent the fear on those 14 tracks. Space becomes The… Continue Reading “New Music – Sounds of Confusion”

New Music – Roll The Clocks Back

Sometimes change can really orchestrate a split in a fanbase and either leave audiences with wide-eyed faces of frozen fear, or pure joy. In Deafheaven’s case with Infinite Granite, the change is welcome and becomes almost an entirely new band. Always well known for… Continue Reading “New Music – Roll The Clocks Back”

New Music – April 20th, 1889

Since the birth of Richard Mille watches and Margiela split toes, Westside Gunn has been tapped into the fashion and confrontation of hip-hop while maintaining this ability to combine a strict regimen of consistent drops. Nearly a militia at this point, Griselda Records quickly… Continue Reading “New Music – April 20th, 1889”

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