Jeezy delivers his sermon from the back of the “Holy Ghost” in this latest video from the Seen It All LP. Previously: The Weapons Case Against Jeezy is Very Weak
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PMR, the critically acclaimed London label home to Disclosure, Jessie Ware + Julio Bashmore today announces its brand new sub label. PMR Beat Club will serve to cherry pick fresh sounds by young music makers pushing things in new directions. No set genres. Just good music.
PMR Beat Club’s first release is with 21 year old Polish wunderkid Klaves, who has quickly become one of music’s most exciting new talents.
With a background in classical music + a love of house, Klaves has had a rapid rise in the past 12 months, picking up huge support both online & in the club for his early productions. One pivotal moment came earlier in 2014 when he was asked to support the illustrious Nicolas Jaar on a string of huge dates around his homeland.
Klaves debut 12” for Beat Club “People’/’Oh No” is a perfect example of the label’s forward-thinking mission statement… combining complex chords, vocal samples & everything from saxophone lines to classical strings.
Out digitally on 10/12.
Pop-grunge band *Manic Pixi* release their debut album *Sugar Bomb! *tomorrow (September 16th). *Manic Pixi* are a LGBT friendly band full of ceaseless energy and playful antics. *Sugar Bomb!* covers a range of topics and versatile styles, from punchy-pop singles such as *“Kiss Me” *to soulful,…
In celebration of today’s (out tomorrow in the US) release of newest EP, Where Will We Go Pt. 2, Nick Hakim is now streaming the 4-track collection of songs in full, with previously unheard tracks “Sleep” & “Heaven” available for fans to hear.
The Brooklyn-based, DC-raised artist has been gaining acclaim for his modern, bluesy take on soul & R&B, with the newest EP coming hot off the heels of this summer’s Where Will We Go Pt. 1, whose singles “Cold” & “Pour Another” put the newcomer on the map.
When Apple hijacked every functioning iPhone on the planet and added U2′s new Songs Of Innocence to those phones’ iTunes libraries, the company probably expected some backlash, but I can’t imagine they envisioned what they got: enough outrage, mockery, disinterest, and confusion to more or less drown out even the most glowing reviews. The Tumblr [...]