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White Light/White Heat essentially gave birth to New York punk, thanks to songs like 'Sister Ray', the epic seventeen-minute closing jam built up around three brutal chords and painted with Reed's graphic sexual storytelling. [read more]
So far, The Flaming Lips, Phantogram, Mark Lanegan, Mercury Rev and more have joined the team behind the release, with The Joy Formidable and Portugal. The Man apparently waiting to record their own cover versions. [read more]
The show takes place on Thursday 21st November and will be the only UK headline date for the band so be sure not to miss it! [read more]
Tyler ranted further and criticised Will.i.am of making rubbish music for cash instead of producing something artistic. The whole thing makes for an interesting read. [read more]
Axel Willner, better known as The Field, is prepping the release of a new album. [read more]
Dave Sitek is a busy, busy man. As well as his work with TV On The Radio and production for a bunch of other high profile artists, he's found the time to run his own record label, Federal Prism. The label's Soundcloud has already premiered new music from Sitek's TV On The Radio, as well as Oh Land, Telepathe and Cerebral Ballzy. [read more]
65daysofstatic are set to move to Superball Music in a worldwide signing [read more]
Busta Rhymes had a real bad start to his day when he visited Miami's Cheeseburger Baby yesterday morning. An issue as trivial as the location of his condiments was enough to cause the rapper to flip out and verbally abuse the staff. [read more]
Omaha-based trio Icky Blossoms formed in 2011 with a mutual love for throbbing electronics and arty, lyrical romanticiscm, and upon the release of their debut record they are already boasting the production skills of TV on The Radio's Dave Sitek. [read more]
Joey Bada$$ has shown his determination and drive in the past year, not only delivering one of the finest mixtapes of 2012, but also spearheading a superb collaboration tape with his Brooklyn-based crew Pro Era. Both releases stood out as gems and received wide critical acclaim. [read more]
In true MOHIT fashion the song takes a few unexpected turns that add to its hallucinogenic effect.
Grab your selfie sticks.
Stealing Sheep are definitely real, and they're definitely awesome.
Denai's debut album Elsewhere comes out the same night her UK tour kicks off on 6 April.
Tidal's social media campaign may not be working in the service's favor.
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