Kool A.D. and Kassa Overall drop a new double video for “Look” from the WORD O.K. album, and “Jose Canseco”, which appeared on their Peaceful Solutions project back in 2013. This is a great video to smoke a joint to and I know this because I just did that. Previously: Kool & Kass (Kool A.D. […]
Here are a couple of new cuts from Alexander Spit. Both are nice, but I’m partial to “Shirt Collar”. Listen to “This Party Is Dead Anyway” below. Previously: Alexander Spit – Five
After Sleater-Kinney recorded their comeback album No Cities To Love, Carrie Brownstein joined Fred Armisen to film the fifth season of Portlandia. The series doesn’t return until January, but a new goth-themed teaser video arrived today just in time for Halloween. In the clip, Brownstein and Armisen play goths who are super stoked to plan [...]
French rides the “I Got 5 On It” instrumental admirably. Hit the jummp for a clip of his interview with Sway where he talks KARDASHIAN stuff, Kanye and things of that nature. Previously: French Montana ft. Bobby Shmurda – Hot Nigga Remix (Behind the Scenes)
The 1975 have unleashed “Medicine”, a song was written especially for the Zane Lowe curated re-score of the Drive movie soundtrack, which premieres tonight at 10PM GMT on BBC Three.
“After we stole him we made our way from Los Angeles through the Californian desert to Las Vegas. Drowning my sorrows and (narrowly) avoiding conflict from many directions….. I sat down with Jim (Zane Lowe’s Producer) and he began to explain to me how he was in the process of re-scoring a movie and did we want to be involved. The film in question was the modern classic ‘Drive’. So of course my answer was ‘yes’. We wrote Medicine for our chosen scenes. Medicine, it’s title and sentiment, goes all the way back to the original The 1975 project that was based in my bedroom. It’s a new piece of music informed by the genesis of our band and our love for ‘Drive’ as a film. Having the opportunity to re-score a movie of which we were already so familiar provided us with a sense of knowing and allowed us to be slightly more introspective than we maybe would have been approaching something unknown. The movie itself plays with the duality of resignment and hope – and this is most obvious and stirring in the scenes we chose to score. The song is a testament to that same idea and has in turn become one of our most personal and best loved pieces of music to date. I won’t delve into what the song is about lyrically because frankly I want to put those ideas to bed; but being provided with the context in which Medicine came to be, it allowed the song to become a mausoleum for those ideas, captured, diverted and frozen forever. Which is pretty cool” - Matthew Healy