Malice Looper (one of his many DJ & producer personas) has been making electronic dance music for 12 years. He released his first album at age 14 on Warlock Records and has had 12 top 10 tracks under different aliases. He’s also made music for Deviant Art & Massive Blacks digital graphics tutorials, and has
I’ve been a fan of these guys since they were first came about. Can’t tell you how I found them or where, but I’ve pretty much been listening to them non-stop ever since. And they’re a great band from Brooklyn, so that’s a bonus. This is the music video for “Free at Dawn,” and I
Fuka Lata ‘Velvet Daze’ Get sleepy…
The video below has the making of all great music: a singer in love, an unattainable ingenue, and…a spirit hood! For Our Hero. One of my favorite bands. Listen to this song, Don’t You Dare, and love it!
Amazing video, amazing song. Stromae’s new art piece for the song Papaoutai is pretty much the best f-ing video this side of awesome. Watch this now. Seriously. Videos should always be this cool.
I’m Keith. I used to live in Brooklyn, NY but now I live in Austin, TX. I’ll be keeping you abreast on all the tomfoolery here in the music capital of the world/ coolest place in Texas. It’s going to be rad. Read it or be sad. You’re welcome. Last
I’m an unashamed Smiths fanatic. They honestly never get old for me. I go through phases where all I need in my life is The Smiths. They are the band that made me turn a gentler cheek, give up all (most) of the doom goth and industrial grind. And that’s due in one part to
I think I love the Savages. They’re punk, new wave, rock, and a whole lot of fucking awesome. They have a ton of energy and are inspired to play for themselves – something a lot of bands can’t fathom. They don’t want to be anything, they just want to sound good. They’re going to kick face
This is the best R&B has ever sounded to me. While I don’t dislike R&B, it’s just not my speed. It doesn’t hit me right. But Montreal’s The Weeknd came out on the scene and really kicked shit up. It made me go back and listen to some older stuff that I didn’t appreciate in
I go in and out of liking Liars, but this song I’m into. It has a harsh drone quality (read: hypnotic) that I really like. It’s also draggy without being irritating. I’m sure it’s not a party starter, but it’s definitely something you can put on in the background and really get down to. I’d