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GDP and The Wrong Address deliver an ultimate breakup song with some lyrics that are too real. “You swear to god that you love somebody”. GDP ON BANDCAMPRead More
With a brand new season of “Fuck That’s Delicious” underway, the Viceland superstar Action Bronson drops a new track with some excellent lyrics. The track is called “Descendant of the Stars” and is the unofficial theme song for “Traveling The Stars Action Bronson Watches Ancient Aliens.”Read More
Vic Mensa going back to his old style in his latest video for “There’s a lot going on”. After a very interesting intro Vic goes in with bars about Ye, Addiction, Depression, Kids These Days, Rocafella and more. It is very nice to hear Vic rapping like this again.Read More
The new trailer for the criminally-underrated drama, Bloodline, dropped today…and hell yeah. We wrote about our appreciation for the show’s writing trio when the first season dropped last year, and as a stand-alone initial slate of episodes, the show was a major success. Coach Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and the awesome Ben Mendelsohn were rock stars, delivering…Read More
If you’ve seen Heat, then you understand why the idea of a prequel novel to the 1995 seminal crime film is HUGE news. Mann has done a pretty good (see: fantastic) job of translating books to the big screen in his career. It seems now he is going to be cultivating a collection of writers to create…Read More
Russ is an Atlanta based artist/producer who has created a well deserved buzz around himself and his music. His versatility is remarkable, allowing him to create catchy hooks over trappy and classic hip hop style production. Booming kicks, hard hitting snares, and rolling hi hats are some of his main ingredients .His production is crisp,…Read More
Netflix’s new comedy Love opens with a glimpse at two individuals in failing relationships. One found out he was cheated on, while the other is toiling away with a cocaine-addicted man-child who still has mom drive him to and fro. One is a girl, the other a boy, and although the opening scene may lead some…Read More
Breakmaster Cylinder has been producing music for over 15 years now. If you are a podcast listener you have most likely heard his work before. The man wrote the theme and ending music for Reply All, and many many more including Outside/In, Secret Room, For The Record… Bandcamp: https://breakmastercylinder.bandcamp.com/ Souncloud: https://soundcloud.com/breakmaster-cylinder Website: http://www.personbproductions.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrkmstrCylinder Pretty impressive, we talked to…Read More
There’s a lot to wade through when it comes to good television, whether it’s streaming or on cable, so it’s natural for a show like Togetherness to get lost in the abyss. But what Jay and Mark Duplass accomplished with Season 1 of their comedy-drama was important: They created a show that was genuine to its core,…Read More
Had a tough week? Ready to begin the unwinding process and rid yourself of that work-week malaise? Well, Jon Bellion is here to ease you into the weekend, with an acoustic rendition like you read about. Bellion has always been kind about creating behind-the-scenes videos, allowing fans to catch a peek at how he operates…Read More
The Dream is on Kanye Wests new opening track “Ultra Light Beam” and he kills it. The Dream is no joke, the man is a hit making machine. It is always extremely interesting to get inside an artists head and really get a glimpse into their creative process. Thank you to The FADER for the…Read More
It’s been five years since Asher Roth and Nottz dropped off the Rawth EP, a seven-song extended play that was both a unique and fun listening experience. It was a collection of songs the two created together, but didn’t have clearance to release in a larger format. From the laid-back summertime jam, “Don’tcha Wanna Be (My Neighbor),”…Read More
Mac Miller and The FADER put together this awesome 12-minute documentary, and it dives into Mac’s early success, his move out to LA after the release of Blue Slide Park, and his ultimate transition back to Pittsburgh to record his acclaimed album, GO:OD AM. It’s cool seeing this side of Mac, where he comfortably talks about…Read More
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