Luckily the craft beer craze continues to grow across the United States with American IPA’s setting up shop in most hometown pubs. When thinking IPA, it’s safe to say most people think hoppy, expensive, local-brewed concoctions. Many gravitate to the robust craft beers and microbrews, feeling the intensely hoppy flavor of IPAs is what sets […]


2 Nov
Minnesota-via-Philly band return in January with "Love Sign"

The great Free Energy return with the first music video from their upcoming sophomore album Love Sign. Makers of indie pop more catchy than Ebola, Free Energy return on “Electric Fever” from where they left off with their stunning 2010 James Murphy-produced debut Stuck on Nothing (check out our interview with Free Energy). The video […]


17 Jul
Behind-the-scenes videos of Gregory Euclide's artwork

It was just about a year ago we were sitting around patiently (and rather impatiently) waiting for the follow-up to Bon Iver’s For Emma, Forever Ago, and the highly acclaimed Bon Iver, Bon Iver was clearly well worth the wait. The album easily made a slew of blogs’, magazines’ and assorted media’s Top Album of […]


29 Jun
Bullet-riddled sweatsuits, angel-wing adorned jeans, ruffled camouflage and panda-festooned jumpers... but of course...

Last night Jeremy Scott tweeted a preview of his new adidas Originals by Originals Fall/Winter 2011 line, and as can be expected there’s plenty of zaniness — mostly modeled by his LA muse, Charlotte Free. Say what you will, the man knows how to craft some attention getting gear. The Los Angeles-via-Missouri-via-Paris designer’s collection includes […]


11 May
A tribute to a tribute from Rhymesayers' latest protegee

The latest signee from the esteemed Rhymesayers collective, Grieves, has teamed up with long time collaborator and musical foil Budo to remix Felt’s latest project, Felt 3: A Tribute To Rosie Perez. Felt, otherwise known as Slug and Murs, dedicated their last project to everyone’s favorite high pitched Puerto Rican actress, and Grieves and Budo […]


4 May
New music from Minneapolis' multi-instrumentalist

Minnesota’s Dosh has been consistently producing some of the best head music for about a decade now — beats heavily layered in staccato rhythms, droning samples and a hypnotic use of melodies on par with very few contemporary producers. Tommy, his fifth album for Anticon, hit shelves on April 13th and this is the first […]

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