J Dilla gets the respect he deserves and is immortalized at The Smithsonian, through the donation of his custom Mini Moog Voyager synth and MPC 3000 Limited Edition. It's in the books!
Norwegians (and Scandinavians, in general) are pretty apt at creating the most beautiful, moving pop sounds. Farao is no exception, and thank goodness for that. Dark yet hopeful is the theme. Grab the new EP here or here. Proper debut album currently being recorded, release date TBA, but that's not nearly soon enough.
45 years ago yesterday, The Beatles played live for the last time, on the roof of the Apple Corps. building. Someone caught it on film, and it's awesome.
Incredible cassette coffee tables, with open spaces and LED cup holders and stuff. If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up at the Tayble store.
Here's to a year of Growth, Fulfillment, Enlightenment and Discovery. Like discovering one of the funniest humans ever could also sing like a bad ass. I love you all.
I normally only do music related postes, but this is too spectacular to overlook.
My partner in life and crime, Sam Jones, has recently been hard at work on her YouTube Page, making people laugh (and occasionally cringe) by really just being herself and allowing folks to indulge in life from her brilliantly twisted perspective. Recently, she did a piece about her new competitor to the Cronut: The Cagel.
It's delicious, hilarious, and gettin' famous!
The Wild Man himself, DJ GI Joe, recently dropped a new single, complete with a dark and honest visual counterpart to the audio. End Of Everything is available on iTunes, and video is right here. Also, make sure to hit the GI Joe store and cop your girl a tank or something.