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Using over 2400 pieces of miniature blocks, he has built a working turntable. [read more]
"It felt like Christmas morning," Wikingsson said. [read more]
Despite looking as if they might take style over substance – because, well, they're pretty (and available in an industrial rainbow of black, red, yellow or teal) – it's certainly not the case. [read more]
Directed by Lucia Masters, the clip for 'As I Get To Know You Better' is a dreamy blend of body rollin', hip thrustin' and the trusty old running man. [read more]
This year's Field Day could be pretty special, what with the likes of Tei Shi, Patti Smith and Caribou in attendance. [read more]
"Kahlil Joseph's double-screen projection m.A.A.d is a lush portrait of contemporary Los Angeles." [read more]
To call 808s & Heartbreak just a rap album does the work, and Kanye himself, a great disservice. The clapping drums, lengthy strings, '80s synths and electro-pop elements transcended the album above rap. Whilst West heavily relied on auto-tune to mask his vocal shortcomings, it was a bold step that would almost certainly change both rap and R&B. [read more]
The Based God himself gave a lecture at MIT, touching on subjects from correcting spelling mistakes and recurring dreams to race and feminism. [read more]
Madame Jojo's had already been shut down for a week following a violent incident in October, but the council decided to extend the closure for an extra month. [read more]
Beyoncé and Eminem have something special lined up for those heading to their local record store this week, with the "Platinum" edition of Bey's latest S/T LP, and Shady XV by Lana Del Rey's biggest fan hitting the racks. [read more]
Sundfør previously remixed Maps' James Chapman's single 'AMA', so this seems like the perfect opportunity to return the favour. [read more]
To call 808s & Heartbreak just a rap album does the work, and Kanye himself, a great disservice. The clapping drums, lengthy strings, '80s synths and electro-pop elements transcended the album abov...
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