Sunday
Jan072018

Soleima's New Video 'Low Life'

Soleima's latest video is for 'Low Life', and it's an easy song to fall in love with.  The track and it's video explore the idea of how easy it is to get stuck in a negative cycle, and also shows the hope that can get you out of one.  Jonas Bang directs the video that is as unorthodox as 'Low Life' is a pop song.  This is as challenging as it is relatable, and that's an important combination.  Check out more from Soleima here, and see the video for 'Low Life' below...

Thursday
Jan042018

Kendrick Lamar & SZA: 'All The Stars'

The recent announcement that Kendrick Lamar would produce and curate the soundtrack to Marvel's upcoming Black Panther movie was pretty exciting.  Following the news came this new song, 'All The Stars'.  This one puts Kendrick Lamar on the mic with Top Dawg labelmate SZA.  They both had incredible albums in 2017, so it's a perfect start to 2018 for them to release such a big single together.  Preorder the album here, if only to keep watch on the track list when it's finally revealed.  The album is slated for release in February.

Thursday
Jan042018

Open Mike Eagle's NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Open Mike Eagle had one of the best albums of 2017, that's no surprise.  He took to NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series with songs from Brick Body Kids Still Daydream and beyond, and the results are pretty amazing.  '(How Could Anybody) Feel At Home' and 'Daydreaming In The Projects' come from the album, and 'Very Much Money' is a perfect finale, taken from Dark Comedy.  He's joined by Jordan Katz, Josh Lopez and Brandon Owens for what is an instant favourite Tiny Desk Concert.  Watch below!

Wednesday
Jan032018

NVDES presents the amazing 'WALLS'

In an era where originality is harder to achieve than a listener might imagine, NVDES have broken through with an impactful and iconic new sound that we couldn't be more excited about. This new tune "WALLS" is absolutely groove inducing, super catchy, innovate and brilliant.

We need you to hear this one! Enjoy:

Wednesday
Jan032018

Photo of the day: Gordon Parks 1929 Self Portrait

Legendary photographer Gordon Parks poses for a self portrait in 1929, early in his career.  Parks rose to prominence as a documentary photographer focusing on racial injustice and social issues in the United States.  He went on to work with the American government, documenting poverty in the 1940's, exploring glamour photography, creating powerful photo essays for Life Magazine, and then took his talents to the world of film; directing the infamous ShaftFor more information on Gordon Parks' life or to see his work check out the Gordon Parks Foundation.