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Snow Tha Product: The ANTENNA Q+A
In the current state of hip-hop, there's without a doubt a demand for women who spit legitimate bars. The two biggest female names in hip-hop right now, Nick Minaj and Iggy Azalea, have trounced the stereotype of the female MC who only makes poppy music without substance or lyric…
Black Milk Is Going To Hell
A cloud of weed billows as Black Milk hits the stage with Nat Turner Band for their show in Portland, Oregon. The band begins playing and Black Milk marches up to the front of the stage, his maroon pants barely making the trip, exposing his boxer briefs...
King Tuff: The ANTENNA Q+A
Jack White has moved out of the garage, but this year has seen a healthy amount of disjointed, scuzzy, glammy basement rock to fill the void, from Black Bananas' Electric Brick Wall to Ty Segall's recent Manipulator. King Tuff's sprawling, immediate, and …
Synthesizing Reality With Operators’ Dan Boeckner
Dan Boeckner is a frenzied maniac punching at his guitar and mashing a hand on his synth as sweat drips all over everything. That's the typical scenario when you see him performing with one of his many bands, and that was the scene for his latest band, Operators, during their recent o…
Mike Will Didn’t Make It, Gusto Did
No offense to Mike Will, but GustoNYC made it. If you've seen a buzzy new Tumblr flooding your feed, or some flashy MTV digital campaign, or a dope piece of graffiti in Brooklyn, there's a good chance multitasking artist Gusto had something to do with it...
Dee Goodz Might Be the Only Rapper With an Accounting Degree
While many may know Nashville as the holy land for country music, Dee Goodz is ready to show the masses that Ca$hville has a stake in that old Dirty South rap label, too. The rapper has built up his buzz in the region, collaborating with artists like Mac Miller and Casey Veggies, but instead of ridi…
Surfing Into the Abyss With The Wytches
The Wytches may be from Britain, but the fast-rising trio delivers a sound that traverses time and territory pretty seamlessly. In one song you're liable to hear hints of '50s surf rock, '60s garage, '70s doom metal, '80s post punk, and '90s grunge, like it&ap…

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