This one is sort of lazily made, but is still interesting for those of you who are still catching up with the trend that vinyl is making a serious comeback. Vinyl Revival from Max Henstell on Vimeo.
I admit that this is probably going to be one of those sanctimonious posts where I do my best to persuade you that hip hop has gotten a bad rap (no pun intended). I just want to get it out there that hip hop is still the voice of millions of disaffected people, regardless of […]
The Internet is a crazy place sometimes. You can literally find anything you want. This, project lets all you laptop DJs play around with mixing a variety of samples together. Might be just the thing to whet your appetite and encourage you to get into making music for real. In B flat has been making […]
NPR has finally run a piece on Zee Avi. Zee’s a lady that we have been repping for a while now on our YouTube Channel. Quite frankly, the channel’s not too much besides us favouriting videos that we dig and trying to promote artists that we really think should make it. Listen to the NPR […]
Casey Kasem has finally hung up his mic for the last time. His iconoic broadcasts (the inspiration for acts like Rick Dees in Canada) had kept the radio-listening public informed about the Top 40 songs of the age. Granted, he did exposure whole generations of young kids to some awful music, but he was also […]
This is one of my favourite MetaFilter posts in recent memory. Marc Lynch’s article, posted here is a pretty fascinating analysis of hip hop feuds as an allegorical look at the principles behind international relations. His basic premise (which he expounds on more here in his interview with NPR) is that Jay-Z is the closest […]
Thanks to Gizmodo for bringing this one up as it’s pretty funny. To a person of my age, it’s remarkable to think back to the time when Suge was a feared man. For a while, he was one of the toughest hip hop moguls around, and his stable of stars was second to none. Suge […]