2017 has been the year of remarkable comebacks, hip hop has fully embraced whimsical flutes, Future finally switched back into hype mode with HNDRXX and even Sonic 06 doesn’t seem all bad following an incredible sample on Drake X Giggs banger ‘KMT’. Continue reading “The New Gorillaz Album Is Probably Gonna Be Great Y’all”
On the coach journey over to London, I was extremely sceptical about seeing Yung Lean. It had nothing to do with Leandoer or his music – I think Warlord is actually a great album and at this point, Yung Lean has such a substantial back catalogue that I won’t get bored. Continue reading “From Tumblr to Humbler: Yung Lean Fans Have Evolved with Their Hero”
Going rave is sick. In David Cameron’s broken, half dying Britain the young are (for the most part) exploited, despondent wage slaves and, for many of us, going to a dubstep night and munching beans till we chew our very lips off is the only respite we have left. Continue reading “Meditations On A Sick Rave”
For some reason, some deluded cretins decided a Chris Brown documentary is what the world needed, and the first trailer for it has just hit the internet. If you want to hear a few celebrities ass-kiss Brown then this might be the thing for you. Continue reading “Chris Brown’s Documentary Trailer Confirms He’s Still Awful”
One of the UK’s most reputable independent record shops, If Music, has returned recently with Eastern European Sounds (1970-1986), a compilation of obscure Eastern European Jazz, spanning from the early 1970s to the late 1980s. Our Entertainment Editor decided to get drunk as fuck and ruin any kind of artistic merit this album had for anyone. Here are the results: Continue reading “Rich Got Drunk and Reviewed… Eastern European Jazz”
When Nintendo announced that they’d begin developing apps and games for mobile devices other than their own, the reaction was mixed. Many lamented the company for “abandoning” their own platforms, despite that never being the case, and others were happy about the company finally sharing the love. Unfortunately and fortunately, the whiny babies were wrong and so were those celebrating.
We remember the ‘Harlem Shake’ don’t we? Maybe not the entire thing, but 30 seconds or so of it.
As a meme, the video was replicated by many people and went viral in early February 2013, with thousands of “Harlem Shake” videos being made and uploaded to YouTube every day at the height of its popularity. Continue reading “Is Baauer More Than The Harlem Shake?”