Kid Sister — born Melissa Young and big sis to Josh, one-half of DJ duo Flosstradamus — finally has some new music to for the world. Her Dusk 2 Dawn: The Diary of Jane Jupiter mixtape not only claims to push the envelope of the artist’s boundaries in terms of style, but actually serves as an introduction to [...]
Producer/turntablist/Duck Saucier/DJ/all-around bad-ass A-Trak and ATL-based producer Lex Luger have put their heads together to form the Low Pros, and to drop their now-downloadable EP simply titled EP1. After digging down south for this treasure of Fool’s Gold, the EP features contributions from rap and trap rousers such as A$AP Ferg, New Orleans Cash Money icon Juvenile, [...]
A couple months ago we compiled the Lost In A Supermarket Present State Of Sound, vol 1.: Music Medley 2014 by our girl Hissa. Now she’s back with her second mixtape, compiled and masterfully explained below. To be honest, this fell in the couch crevice of the LIAS office, so it’s not as current as it was [...]
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You know it’s gonna be a hot mixtape when it starts off with a Weeknd chorus dropping into a Lil Weezy verse. On Dedication 5 Wayne stomps his verbiage all over blockbuster tracks like Drake’s “Started from the Bottom,” Kanye’s “New Slaves” and the timeless Wu Tang track “C.R.E.A.M.”. Additional guest verses on the DJ [...]
Things can’t seem to go right for Atlanta’s twisted answer to Kool Keith, the man known as Gucci Mane. After being arrested for hitting a soldier with a beer bottle at an ATL club, Gucci allegedly responded to the judge’s inquiry if he was guilty by saying, “Bitch I might be.” Well turns out this [...]
Moisturizing one’s face isn’t just for vain douchebags and creepy Patrick Batemen clones, it’s pretty much mandatory for all men who care about their appearance. And it’s not really something you want to be cheap with, as thick creams can clog your facial pores and do more harm than good. That’s why it’s key to [...]
Created in collaboration with VICE‘s The Creators Project, The xx release the latest video from their sophomore album Coexist. The video clip was directed by Young Replicant, and is essentially a watery essay on light and mood. Nice.