Only very slightly delayed in the bigger scheme of cosmic and hip hop time, (sometimes MF) DOOM & Ghostface Killah (aka Tony Starks) release their first single VICTORY LAPS under the combined name DOOMSTARKS. Digital format includes a remix by mystery beat team MADVILLAINZ who previously remixed DOOM’s solo single GAZZILLION EAR). DOWNLOAD FROM iTUNES worldwide. […]
Rome, the spaghetti western-inspired project from Danger Mouse with Italian composer Daniele Luppi, is out this May. You can preview the track ‘Two Against One’ featuring Jack White and ‘Black’ featuring Norah Jones at Pitchfork’s website HERE.
Preview of the forthcoming album from Danger Mouse & Daniele Luppi. The songs Two Against One, featuring Jack White, and Black, featuring Norah Jones, will be available digitally from 10th April and as a limited 7” single on 16th May as part of the Record Store Day celebrations. More video previews at the Rome Album website.
Excellent 3 page interview feature with Memphis hip hop legend DJ Spanish Fly in the latest issue of Stool Pigeon magazine – available free in the UK. It’s an extended version of the one online at The Quietus here. Add DJ Spanish Fly on Facebook.
Disco Hound, N.W.A.’s DJ Yella and DJ Spanish Fly at Club No Name. Photo taken by Dr Dre DJ Spanish Fly is one of hip hop’s pioneers, working as both a recording artist and DJ since the late ’80s from his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee. Read an excellent interview with him at The Quietus website. […]
photo by Andrew Paynter The second instalment of S.A.Andrée’s mixtapes to coincide with the release of his album There’s a Fault is available to download now. Album out now from all good digital stores and on limited edition vinyl from Lex shop and select stores worldwide…
photo by Andrew Paynter With winter in full effect, this is definitely the appropriate time to release an album by an artist named after an explorer who perished in the Arctic. S.A.Andrée’s record There’s a Fault is out now digitally with vinyl limited to 500 copies worldwide. S.A.Andrée has made a mix to celebrate – […]
In a digital age where music is produced, consumed and discarded in the blink of an eye, Rome is brilliant anachronism: a defiantly analogue album that took five years to perfect and has been made to pass the test of time…