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Blood Orange Drops Two New Tracks for Black History Month

Dev Hynes has returned to his famous moniker Blood Orange to drop two new tracks in honor of Black History Month. According to his Instagram post which subtly announced the two new tracks, neither song will make it onto his forthcoming album. Check out “Christopher & 6th” and “June 12th” below.     The two tracks, collated on a playlist titled ‘Black...

Here is the Amazing 2018 Panorama Festival Lineup

Panorama Music Festival will turn three years old this Summer at Randall’s Island Park with the help of some incredible musicians, state of the art virtual reality art installations, and several DJs. After last year’s lineup—which included Nine Inch Nails, Tame Impala, Frank Ocean and Solange—fans didn’t think Panorama would possibly be able to outdo themselves for the following...

SZA Shares New Solange-Directed Video for “The Weekend”

It’s been an eventful year for SZA, to say the least. From dropping the critically acclaimed CTRL, to being the most nominated female for this year’s Grammy Awards, SZA has made quite the debut. If anyone had doubts that TDE’s young signee would deliver, they definitely know better now. To round out what has likely been the craziest year of SZA’s life, the R&B singer...

Rostam Covers Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone”

Last year, artist/producer Rostam Batmanglij announced his amicable departure from Vampire Weekend. That same year, he released a collaborative album with Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, titled I Had a Dream That You Were Mine. Since announcing that he would no longer be a part of the once famous, Ezra Koenig led indie rock outfit, Rostam has been busy building up his production discography...

Kelela Shares New Song from Forthcoming Album

On last night’s episode of the HBO original series Insecure, the alternative R&B singer Kelela debuted the second single from her forthcoming album, Take Me Apart (due Oct. 6). The new single, titled “Frontline“, is far less upbeat than its preceding track “LMK“, but is no less innovative and addicting to the ear. Check out the hazy, futuristic ballad below. When...

Check Out the Incredible 2017 Outside Lands Lineup

San Francisco’s Outside Lands Music Festival has finally announced the lineup for their tenth year, and it looks like some pretty incredible talent will be headed to the Bay Area this summer. The Who, Metallica, Gorillaz, Lorde, and A Tribe Called Quest sit at the top of the bill, representing genres ranging from rock, to hip-hop, to legendary power-pop. Outside Lands will continue the...

Sampha Delivers on First Full Length Album ‘Process’

For those of you who’ve heard of Sampha, it’s likely because of his collaborative work with SBTRKT, Solange, Kanye West, Drake, Jessie Ware, and others. And he’s been a true blessing to all of those musicians listed, just listen to “Don’t Touch My Hair” by Solange, or the deeply complex “Saint Pablo” by Kanye West. Sampha is an asset both musically...

10 Collaborations We Want to See in 2017

2016 was, without a doubt, one of the best years of album releases, concert tours, and rising artists. We’ve seen artists push against their own boundaries, most successfully with the assistance from other artists who can provide extensions of the vision, the sound, the beat. The results of collaborating, more often than not, are fascinating and contagious, and usually the best route to...

Panorama 2017 Lineup: Solange, Frank Ocean, and More

Just a week after the incredible Gov Ball 2017 lineup was announced, NYC’s newest competing music festival—the so-called “Coachella of the East”—came out with their equally, if not arguably better lineup. The second Panorama Music Festival, set to take place July 28-30, features Nine Inch Nails, Frank Ocean, Solange, A Tribe Called Quest, and many more. The mixed-genre festival...

Our 10 Favorite Albums that Dropped in 2016

If for nothing else, 2016 was an incredible year for music. Especially in the hip-hop genre. So, as this year nears its end, we thought we’d take some time and reflect on all of the amazing albums that dropped in 2016. From Frank Ocean’s long awaited follow-up to Channel Orange, to the epic comeback of A Tribe Called Quest, the music world will never be the same after this year...

Concerts in NYC, May 2014 | 15 Concerts You Shouldn’t Miss

Ok, so we know we said a few weeks ago that the second half of April was the best two weeks for concerts we’d seen this year…But that was before we saw the first two weeks of May. You can still catch some of those end-of-April shows, so feel free to peruse that ol’ blog if you choose, but if you’ve already got ants in your pants for Spring (and we do), take a look at our rundown...

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