Tindersticks – “Both Sides Of The Blade”

The shadowy and refined Nottingham indie band Tindersticks have entered their fourth decade as a band, so it’s high time to look back. As Brooklyn Vegan points out, they’ll release a career-spanning comp called PAST IMPERFECT: The best of tindersticks ’92 – ’21 in March. Singer Stuart A. Staples offered this statement on the project: […]


Boris – “Beyond Good And Evil”

In November, Boris announced they’d be following their 2020 release NO with a companion album called W, their first for Sacred Bones. So far we’ve heard “Drowning By Numbers,” before the band took a detour with their December cover of Wham!’s “Last Christmas.” W arrives at the end of the week, but before that Boris […]


Video: DaBaby ‘Sneaky Link Anthem”

Don’t hate the player, hate the game. DaBaby’s simply sneaking around in the music video to his brand new single. Directed by himself, DaBaby creeping around on his main squeeze while portraying a workout instructor, a grocery delivery man, and a cable repair guy. “Sneaky Link Anthem” follows DaBaby’s recent collaboration with NBA YoungBoy “Bestie/Hit“.


Video: EarthGang “All Eyes On Me”

All eyes on EarthGang. All eyes are on EarthGang and the first single of the year, “All Eyes On Me”. Produced by Jetsonmade, Johnny Venus and Doctur Dot reference their early struggles and their destiny on the empowering anthem. The clip features various scenes including household struggles, a repast, and a celebratory feast. “All Eyes […]


Video: Earl Sweatshirt “Titanic”

Sick! Fresh off the releases of his Sick! album, and gets wicked on his third single. Keeping his ill flow in tact, Earl coasts over an eerie soundbed provided by producer Black Noi$e while riding through the city at night. ‘Titanic” is the third video off the album proceeding “2010” and “Tabula Rasa” featuring Armand […]

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The Game Ft. Kanye West “Eazy’

“Eazy” does it. Life ain’t “Eazy” on The Game and Kanye West’s new collaboration. Over a sinister production by Hit-Boy, DJ Premier, Big Duke, Cash Jones, and Mike Dean, which samples Eazy-E’s “Eazy Duz It”, The Game references perseverance with his West Coast flow, while Ye touches on life’s complicated events including his estranged wife.

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