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Album Of The Week - Elysia Crampton: Demon City

Disorientation is the name of Elysia Crampton’s game. This Virginia-based producer is a genre-fusion wunderkind, and her official and unofficial catalogs are riddled with stretches where it’s deceptively easy to lose one’s bearings. 432 more words

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Album Of The Week - Snoop Dog: Coolaid

Maintaining relevance by remaining open to new ideas is a key to longevity and respect, a concept Snoop Dogg has a keen knack for at this point. 511 more words

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Album Of The Week - Schoolboy Q: Blank Face

Since they rose to stardom together as part of Black Hippy, Schoolboy Q has been sort of a perfect counter to Kendrick Lamar. K. Dot has always had this good kid, almost angelic, persona as he drops his inspirational raps about self-love and perseverance in hard times. 783 more words

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AOTW - World On Fire

Firstly I’d like to wish one of the most amazing guitarists around a happy birthday! Today, the Guns N’ Roses guitarist, Slash (Saul Hudson) turns 51! 315 more words

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Album Of The Week: BADBADNOTGOOD - IV

Via Innovative Lesiure:

BADBADBADNOTGOOD is the talented young quartet of Matthew Tavares on keys, Chester Hansen on bass, Alex Sowinski on drums & Leland Whitty on saxophone. 222 more words

Electronic

AOTW - Aerosmith

In the last few hours that remain of this week, it’s probably about time I catch up on this week’s blogging… So let’s begin with my Album of the Week.  206 more words

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Album Of The Week: Sarathy Korwar – Day To Day

Via Rough Trade:

The extraordinary debut album from percussionist, drummer, and producer Sarathy Korwar“Day To Day” – fuses traditional folk music of the Sidi community in India (combining East African, Sufi and Indian influences) with jazz and electronics. 217 more words

Jazz