Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Next-Level


Die Antwoord is a three piece rap-rave gang consisting of Ninja, Yo-landi Vi$$er(flyin the post-T&S and DJ Hi-Tek. They kick it in Cape Town, South Africa. They sound like M.I.A. on Afrikaner mescaline. Are they for real? You know it, and they're haircut)bringin some next-level shit, even if you dont like it.



MP3Die Antwoord - Beat Boy

Sunday, January 31, 2010

King Of Bubu


Janka Nabay is the undisputed KING OF BUBU. He sings for peace, good governance and the empowerment of women. Honorable, eh? The beats don't lie, listen to this is your lookin' to get down, and I know you are.

MP3Janka Nabay - Eh Congo

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Amon Tobin


Pretty cool music video for a remix of Amon Tobin. Shape shiftin and all that good stuff, by Jan Schoenwiesner.

Sunday, January 17, 2010

It Aint Gonna Save Me


Jay Reatard, or Jimmy Lee Lindsey Jr. died the other day. He made some damn good indie/punk music while he was alive, so here it is. Pure garage punk music for garage punk lovers.

MP3Jay Reatard - Death Is Forming
MP3Jay Reatard - It Aint Gonna Save Me

Thursday, January 14, 2010

SALEM


SALEM is a hip-hop influenced dark electronic trio from Chicago/New York. Their music reaches from half tempo rap to chilled out dark droning, echoing vocals, backed by drawn out synths and ghetto drum beats. The result is almost scary, but draws you back every time for more.

MP3SALEM - Skullcrush
MP3SALEM - Trap Door

No Light Escapes Here


Check out this great remix by Bright Lights of The Prairie Cartels "No Light Escapes Here" This one will get you out and fist pumpin' like Pauly D himself.

MP3The Prairie Cartel - No Light Escapes Here (Bright Lights Remix)

Monday, January 11, 2010

Brothersport


Animal Collective released a new video for Brothersport, directed by Jack Kubizne. Its a fantastic mix up of psychedelic animation and fantasy childlike imagery, and its completely over saturated.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Colouring Of Pigeons



For those who think that The Knife isn't weird enough yet, here we have a track from their collaborative project Tomorrow, In A Year, a Hotel Pro Forma production, with Mt. Sims and Planningtorock. Tommorow, in a Year is an electro-opera performance based on Charles Darwin's Origin of Species. Why? No idea, but I'm sure Darwin would be pissin his pants about this, what with weird dancers and lights and whatnot. The eleven minute track is a host of operatic elements with dark percussion and melody. Its pretty creepy, but Dreijer elements flow strong throughout, making it a must-listen. I'd say the video is a stretch though. Sorry Charles.

MP3The Knife & Mt. Sims & Planningtorock – Colouring Of Pigeons

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

TV Carnage


Michael Cera and Islands? Why not. Love this video done by TV Carnage with No You Don't, off Islands newest studio album Vapours.

Wasted Youth


Lovvers is a lo-fi noise pop set from Nowhereville, or the UK, whichever you see it as. Kinda like Times New Viking meets Wavves, but not so drowned out in white noise. Lovvers' OCD Go Go Go Girls makes you feel like snorting your little brothers Adderoll and doing donuts in your elementary school's dim parking lot. Its loud, noisy, addictive, and bound to piss off your friends.

MP3Lovvers - 100 Flowers
MP3Lovvers - Society Jam