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Best Of: Brian Rutherford aka hstisgod, Top albums of 2012 and more…

Its been a bit of a return to excitement of new music for me in 2012. Although fatherhood has impeded my ability to write as many reviews, I’ve enjoyed more new music this year. Aside from my experiences with UNSW, here are some of my favorite albums and articles from 2012! Click the album title […]

Artist Update: Major Lazer

Major Lazer‘s Free the Universe comes out February 19th on Mad Decent / Downtown and has collabs with everyone from Bruno Mars to Vybz Cartel. Check cover art and track listing below. Also included is a video trailer, and the new music video for “Jah No Partial” featuring Flux Pavilion.  It captures the essence of […]

Interview: Georgia Anne Muldrow

In a year full of amazing albums, Georgia Anne Muldrow’s Seeds was one of my favs. It’s obvious the seeds were planted, fed and watered by DJ and producer Peanut Butter Wolf’s label, Stone Throw Records to yield several eclectic, dope funk, jazz and R&B harvests starting with 2006’s Olesi. Georgia, the daughter of acclaimed […]

Best Of: Dennis Scanland’s Top Albums of 2012

This week we are going to take a look at all of our reviewers Top 10 album picks of the year. Please pipe up down in the comments with any that we may have missed or if you don’t agree with any of our picks. This one comes to us directly from the founder and creator […]

Best Of: Songs That ROCKED My 2012

Whenever I reflect  up on the year’s best in music, my criteria inevitably boils down to the songs I consistently cranked up, regardless of the environment where I heard them. Not to sound all OMG and LOL (or even WTF), but these really are the songs that rocked my world…this year, at least. Yeah, pop […]

Introducing: Hundred Waters

One of CMJ‘s true breakouts, Hundred Waters has launched a pre-order for a new two song 7″ coming soon on Small Plates/OWSLA. The release consists two radical new arrangements of songs from the band’s eponymous debut full length and was recorded in a single day session at Stadium Red Studios in Harlem in May of […]

Artist Update: Why?

  WHY? shares the video for their loosely Xmas-themed track “The Water You Walk” today via Noisey.  The song will appear as the B-side to the forthcoming “Waterlines” 7″ single. The band recently announced a ton of 2013 tour dates – see the full listing below. The video is directed by Erika Ochoa. WHY? has […]

Best Of: Charles Martel’s Top 10 Albums of 2012

This week we are going to take a look at all of our reviewers Top 10 album picks of the year. Please pipe up down in the comments with any that we may have missed or if you don’t agree with any of our picks. Today we have our UK reviewer, CharlesMartel take a look at his favorite […]

Fool’s Gold Presents: Loosies

After celebrating five years of groundbreaking music and events, Brooklyn indie powerhouse Fool’s Gold Records puts a giant exclamation point on 2012 with the release of their highly anticipated rap compilation Loosies on December 18th. Fool’s Gold co-founders A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs bring their unique DJ sensibilities to the album, which the two have curated […]

Geographer Announce 2013 Tour Dates

San Francisco indie-rock trio Geographer will kick off the New Year with a 3-week headlining tour beginning January 12 in Portland, OR. With direct support from ON AN ON (formerly Scattered Trees), the dates will take the band throughout the West Coast and Midwest, with stops in Denver, Austin, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and […]

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