“Bonita Applebum” is one of A Tribe Called Quest’s earliest singles, a highlight from the group’s 1990 debut album People’s Instinctive Travels And The Paths of Rhythm. That album is about to be reissued as part of Tribe’s #ATCQ25 campaign, and one of the bonus track is a “Bonita Applebum” remix by Pharrell Williams that […]The Source Article test
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T.I. is a very good rapper who occasionally says dumb things. And now he’s said something really, really dumb. As Vibe reports, T.I. had some things to say about Hillary Clinton during a recent interview with DJ Whoo Kid: “Not to be sexist but, I can’t vote for the leader of the free world to […]The Source Article test
As we previously reported, the Echo In The Canyon tribute to California folk-rock took place last night at the Orpheum in LA. Jakob Dylan was a main player, frequently accompanied by Fiona Apple and Cat Power. Beck also showed up for a few songs, as well as Regina Spektor and Jade, a former member of […]The Source Article test
“Living My Life” by Deerhunter
directed by Bradford Cox
Ahead of this Friday’s release of their highly anticipated record Fading Frontier and forthcoming worldwide tour, Deerhunter have today debuted a new track, “Living My Life”.
The 3rd track shared by the band follows the mutant funk of “Snakeskin” & luminous single “Breaker”. As with “Breaker”, Deerhunter kingpin Bradford Cox has taken on directorial duties for the video for “Living My Life”. Cox describes it as “macro meditations on geology and botany to observations of afternoon light filtered onto wooden floors. The idea was to have a formless visual that does not conform to the overwhelming cleverness and narrative ambition of most modern videos. Instead we have a sometimes pointless, sometimes ridiculous, and sometimes hypnotically beautiful mess of images and rhythm. The final section of the video, in particular, could be a teenage garage band take on Tarkovsky’s Solaris. Various chemicals and dyes were used to create a liquid fantasia for the song’s transcendent climax.”
The video is dedicated to Miles Davis.
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Megafaun’s Phil Cook recently went solo on the likably ramshackle new roots-music album Southland Mission, and now he’s made a video for his joyous cover of blues musician Charlie Parr’s “1922.” No Depression posted the Remedy-directed clip earlier this morning, and it follows Cook, in crisp black-and-white, as he plays shows, practices, and hangs out […]The Source Article test