This is the first time I felt compelled to make a mixtape for people I’ll never know. Ballroom is dedicated to everyone who lost the fight of their lives when someone tried to silence an entire culture. It’s also a dive through my own personal history with dance music, exploring the deep end of the electronic ocean, … Continue reading Ballroom [mixtape]
This week was very, very good in music. First, one of the only artists I’ve enjoyed since my teenage years had a quietly triumphant return. Next, I saw an incredible film called The Lobster. Finally, a couple big surprises hit me. Sure, a lot of hours were spent with the Underworld back catalog, but there … Continue reading What I’m Into This Week (3/13 – 3/19)
Genesis Clarity is so profoundly deserving of attention that I had to dedicate a second post to it. I’ve recommended this to everyone who will listen and mentioned it on my week in music a few days ago, but I can hardly find any chatter online. I’ve got one friend who’s listened, so I’ve only … Continue reading Suryummy – Genesis Clarity
I hear a lot of great music almost every day, and it really adds up. I might not be rich or famous, but my life is wealthy with incredible music. I want to make everyone else as wealthy, too. Every single year, there are so many great albums that I’d recommend anyone, far more than … Continue reading Best of 2015: 25 More Great Albums
How many rappers drop bars about dropping acid? This may not be the best tune on A$AP Rocky‘s new album, but it exemplifies the tripped out charm of the whole spacey affair. The video feels like a lighthearted take on Gaspar Noe’s swirling labyrinth of a death trip, Enter The Void, all pulsing lights and … Continue reading A$AP Rocky – L$D
One of the most addictive pieces of music I’ve heard all year is the Night Bus II mixtape, by CFCF.
These two defined the year. The most explosive, mind expanding and game changing pieces of music I heard all year. These two have gravity, reeling me back over and over, no matter my infatuation with other frontiers. They are albums that I was excited to get up and listen to first thing in the morning. … Continue reading BEST OF 2010