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Raekwon with the illest riff on the hook of Rose Royse’s “Wishing On A Star”. 


Check out this ill behind-the-beats footage of Bulgarian electronic producer, KiNK, messing with his analog gear setup for his forthcoming album, ‘Under Destruction’. His arsenal of analog synths, sequencer, FX box, and filters, make for some spaced out goodness.


A great short doc on the recently re-issued and re-discovered Nigerian musician, William Onyeabor. Always interesting to hear the backstories on such elusive and enigmatic talent. 

From You Need To Hear This, Noisey: 

"…’Fantastic Man’ a documentary investigating Nigerian musician William Onyeabor…the film tells the story of a label’s attempt to track William down, speaking to fans such as Damon Albarn, Caribou and Femi Kuti and travelling to Nigeria to meet those who’ve worked with him in a bid to uncover the truth about his story."


At Home with Little Dragon, a ‘Klapp Klapp’ teaser by Yours Truly

Here’s a cool little behind the scenes tour of Little Dragon’s homey studio space in Gothenburg as they ready their next album, Nabuma Rubberband, due out in May. 

Here’s a link to their official site, with tickets and tour dates (only Europe dates so far)


Pyramid Vritra - Tea & Lemonade 

Pyramid Vritra is 22 year old producer/rapper Hal Williams, originally from Atlanta, now residing in Los Angeles, and is yet another extension of Odd Future having worked with Matt Martians previously as The Jet Age of Tomorrow.

His album, Indra, is set to release on Feb. 18, 2014

Peep the bugged surrealist portrait for his spacey-synth-funked track, ‘Tea & Lemonade’.


Quantic - Duvidó featuring Pongolove 

Exciting new music from one of our favorite producers.

'Duvidó' is the lead single from Quantic's upcoming album, 'Magnetica', set for release on May 5, 2014.

Check the video, it’s got all the party vibes we’re expecting to see when this drops.

Bendik Kaltenborn


Norwegian illustrator, Bendik Kaltenborn, making the recent string of Todd Terje 12”s on Olsen Records a must for collectors. 






And of course, It’s The Arps includes one of the most addictive electronic dance tracks in years, “Inspector Norse”. Also known as the soundtrack for the brilliant short doc, Whateverest


New work by @invaderwashere in Hong Kong.

(Source: equinoctialnyt, via owning-my-truth)

Basquiat’s CV at 20.


How Memes Became the Best Weapon Against Chinese Internet Censorship

China’s censors are blocking words like “today” and “June 4” from social media as part of the country’s yearly chore to block any reference to the anniversary to the Tiananmen Square massacre 24 years ago. And though the Chinese are running a sophisticated and tight censorship ship, they’re having a bit harder time blocking memes. Yes memes. 

Read more. [Images: Weibo]

Claas Brieler’s record room.
(via Dust & Grooves)
Finally watched this the other night at Roxie Theater. I was thoroughly entertained and still processing the lingering esotericism of it all. It’s the kind of movie-going experience I long for. Easily one of the best films released in 2012. Makes me want to go back and revisit Tokyo!.