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J. Cole — Mr. FayetteNam

December 10, 2010
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J. Cole, and almost all rappers seem convinced they’re headed to the top. The difference with J. Cole is I actually believe him. His flow is articulate, his beats are good and getting better, and it never hurts to have Jay-Z standing behind you. With 3 mixtapes out and an album on the way, you’ll be hearing a lot from J. Cole in the near future.

–over dead prez

thanks @jjkaye

Miami Horror of Melbourne

October 19, 2010
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Barbra Streisand, Swedish House Mafia

September 29, 2010

Sorry for not posting for so long… it’s been busy.

Check out these two gems:

Oh, and that synthesizer in the Sweedish House Mafia song is the Teenage Engineering OP-1. Where can I get me one of those?

Dan Auerbach and the Fast Five

July 29, 2010

Searching for “Dan Auerbach Solo” on Youtube I ran across this:

I really like Auerbach’s clean, crisp, BB Kingsy style. Certainly a different sound than I’m used to hearing from Mr. Black Keys. Great song all around.

xaphoon you crazy!

July 5, 2010

Xaphoon Jones, a.k.a. Noah Beresin from Chiddy Bang, mashed-up a great album called The Xaphoon Jones Mixtape Vol. 1. For some reason, every song begins with someone saying, “Xaphoon, you crazy!” I’ll let you be the judge on his relative craziness.

Swimming In The Sky – Passion Pit, B.I.G., Beyonce

Testify – Kanye + Radiohead

You Need – Clipse + Led Zeppelin

zed’s dead baby

June 29, 2010

I’ve been hearing some cool remixes and tracks from these Canadian Pulp Fiction fans calling themselves Zeds Dead. It’s kinda glitchy, kinda dub-step. You can hear a few tracks over at FixUp. I’d start with the Blue Foundation remix and then White Satin.

benzie box

June 25, 2010
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