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Michael Quattlebaum Jr. takes rap beyond pronouns
You can't really know where you're headed unless you know where you've been. For that reason, we're taking a look back at Pazz & Jop 2012 to drill down into the ballots of contributors and voters who participated. Maybe amongst the rubble we'll find clues about what lies ahead for music lovers in 20 ... More >>
It's often simple laziness that leads writers to discuss Solange through a comparison to her sister Beyonce; the former has been a compelling artist in her own right for some time now, thank you very much. However, Solange's new video for her single "Losing You" does something that both Knowles sis ... More >>
In Waste Of Paint, our writer/artist team of Jamie Peck and Debbie Allen will review goings-on about town in words and images. This week, we packed up our paint and headed down to Austin for the annual hurricane of musical adventure that is South By Southwest. I feel both like I just got to the jam ... More >>
In Waste Of Paint, our writer/artist team of Jamie Peck and Debbie Allen will review goings-on about town in words and images. This past weekend continued to make me wonder where everyone had gone. Do half the people in Brooklyn have secret summer homes they escape to on the weekends? Is ev ... More >>
Washed Out, Grimes, Blood Orange The Bowery Ballroom Monday, July 11 Better than: Trillwave? To any musician with an audience, it's been clear for agesprobably dating back to when Dylan went electricthat to change your entire instrumental vocabulary is one of the biggest risks you c ... More >>
The tenth-anniversary line-up of the our Siren Festival is already stacked. Matt & Kim, Ted Leo, Surfer Blood, Pains of Being Pure at Heart, the Night Marchers, Screaming Females, Earl Greyhound, Wye Oak, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Harlem. But as of this morning, there're four new names to add to that l ... More >>
Basement Jaxx returns with 'Raindrops'
A French lesson from Phoenix
White Music for Wry People
Using YouTube to beat back critical malaise and bullshit race-baiting arguments