If you have never heard his name before, please take note: Conrad Clifton is a Brooklyn based producer and DJ who has worked with artists like Missy Elliot, Rick Ross, The-Dream, as well as Big Sean, Asher Roth and Yelawolf. His production “Down” (performed by Yelawolf) was included on Eminem’s SHADY XV compilation. His remixes of… Read more »
Nothing Is “Tired Of Tomorrow” — What About You?
Philadelphia-bred Alternative band Nothing is back with their latest record, and contrary to the album’s title, Tired Of Tomorrow, we’re looking forward to tomorrow — May 13th, specifically — because the music is that good. Recorded over the course of a year with producer Will Yip, this follow-up album to Guilty of Everything revolves around a balance of opposites and contradictions,… Read more »
RJD2’s Future is Enticing with “Dame Fortune”
RJD2‘s new album Dame Fortune is the sound of the future. Out today via RJ’s Electrical Connections, the veteran producer’s latest production showcases an eclectic sound you don’t want to miss. With a career spanning over 20 years, RJD2 successfully fuses genres such as soul, funk and electronic music all at the same time. Each track off Dame Fortune transports… Read more »
Say Hello to a New Drowners: “On Desire” and On Point
With melodious guitar riffs, driving rhythms and smooth vocals to tie it all together, Drowners is a band on the brink of dominating the indie rock music scene. Following an extensive international tour in support of their debut album, Drowners’ follow-up record, On Desire is now available for pre-order and will be released internationally on June 24th, 2016 via Frenchkiss… Read more »
Congrats to our 2016 Grammy Award Winners!
Earlier this week, music-lovers gathered around their televisions (or if you don’t have a TV like me, you might have been constantly updating Twitter) to watch the 58th Annual Grammy Awards. There was no shortage of big performances for Music’s Biggest Night — it was a huge night for hip-hop with Kendrick Lamar’s show-stopping medley, and… Read more »