Blended Babies – The Anderson .Paak EP

Long time Asher Roth collaborators and production duo Blended Babies have teamed up with the silk-voiced standout of Dr. Dre’s Compton Anderson Paak for a short contemporary hip-hop/R&B EP and I’m pretty excited.… Continue reading

Motion City Soundtrack – Panic Station

Motion City Soundtrack have been around for some time now. They’ve produced some of the best modern pop-punk songs and albums in their time, but have started falling off a bit recently. Their… Continue reading

Mac Miller – GO:OD AM

I wasn’t a huge fan of Mac Miller until 2013. He was just another Asher Roth producing party rap for white 15 year old girls to play West Coast Cooler pong to. Then he… Continue reading

Jay Rock – 90059

Following up his class 2011 debut Follow Me Home, perennial TDE member and repper of the West Coast Jay Rock is back with his second studio album, 90059. I was hyped as shit for the record after… Continue reading

Beach House – Depression Cherry

Beach House, a dream-pop duo from Baltimore, have made life difficult for themselves. They’ve released great album after great album and set the bar extremely high for Depression Cherry, their fifth studio album.… Continue reading

Miley Cyrus – Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz

Look. I’ll admit it. Miley Cyrus has some absolute classic singles under her belt and I’ll go to my grave defending The Climb being one of the greatest pop songs written in decades. Then she… Continue reading

Ólafur Arnalds & Nils Frahm – Life Story Love and Glory

If you’re unaware, Ólafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm are two wonderfully talented pianists. They both have extensive back catalogues filled with great music, are Erased Tapes label mates/friends and in 2012 churned out an… Continue reading

Mick Jenkins – Wave[s]

Mick Jenkins, Chicago rapper, not only sounds much older than his 24 years but writes like it too. One of the most slept on rappers around, Mick’s got massive potential and has already crafted some ridiculously good… Continue reading

Foals – What Went Down

Foals’ first two albums (2008’s Antidotes and 2010’s Total Life Forever) had their moments but never fully pulled me in like their 2013 album Holy Fires did. Since their debut, they’ve packed in the… Continue reading

Mac DeMarco – Another One

Some 15 months after his rather solid 2014 effort Salad Days, indie darling/weird bastard Mac DeMarco’s back with Another One. While his previous albums have never been substantial in length, this is being labelled… Continue reading