Some describe Mac DeMarco‘s music as “off-kilter pop” or “slacker rock.” DeMarco brands it “jizz jazz.” Whatever you call it, it’s awesome. Mac’s latest effort, 2, is near perfect. And in his latest video, the lazy groover “Dreamin” is nicely paired with footage of the always raunchy, exceedingly goofy DeMarco driving around the slums of [...]
How to destroy angels_, the new project that Trent Reznor formed with wife Mariqueen Maandig and frequent collaborator Atticus Ross in 2010, already have a pair of EPs to their name, including last year’s An omen_. And this morning, they’re announcing that they’re about ready to release their debut album. It’s called Welcome oblivion, and [...]
Catching Robert Delong live is well worth a ticket, if not to see his genre-melding electronic music in person then at least to watch the technical prowess with which he pulls it off. Delong’s new video for his debut track, “Global Concepts,” hints at the magic of his performances, which involve plenty of drums, sample [...]
Despite having grown up in Los Angeles, I hadn’t heard much about Westlake Village duo Foxygen until fellow ATG writer Brooks posted “Make It Known.” Heavily influenced by 60s psychedelic rock, Sam France and Jonathan Rado released Take the Kids Off Broadway last year to much acclaim, critical and otherwise. In a couple of weeks, [...]
Nas checks in with Angie and they touch on his lack of Grammy “hardware”, his Gap ad with Olu, a CNN writer calling him the “greatest lyricist of all time” and his relationship with Kelis.
Previously: Nas Interview w/ Anthony D…