There’s always been a weird uncanny valley effect to Murlo’s music where South and East Asian tonalities and instruments collide to create world music from a country that doesn’t really exist.
Nobody else should release any new music today, now that RTJ2 is out there in the world. But people are doing it anyway, so we might as well post it. Foo Fighters have just shared the second song from their new album Sonic Highways, for which they recorded eight different songs in eight different cities. [...]
Oh, sure, the future of the music industry might be U2 showing up in your iTunes or streams of chart-topping hits. Or, just maybe, the future just for now will be instead weird, humming soundscapes that drone on in a browser tab, generatively faded from decades of performances of a legendary experimental piece. Option number … Continue →
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Mixes, like DJs, are everywhere. But the question of how to stand above the crowd has a simple answer: be better. Be consistent, be intelligent, paint a scene. Give humans a reason to listen to you; make algorithms, like unskilled DJs, weep. And, yes, have a soul. Ryan Elliott’s mix on Ostgut Ton is simply … Continue →
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Due to an early leak, Run The Jewels, aka Killer Mike and El-P, decide to liberate their new project Run The Jewels 2. You can download the entire album for free and support by purchasing it on iTunes.
Tracklist and download link below.