LA funk band SoDoap maybe new comers to the scene… but their first few releases have been pure funkalicious goodness. They fuse electronic vibes with live instruments to create what they say in their own words – funky mahfuqin bass music. I couldn’t agree more. With 2 self releases out, one free and one to
Foot Village has been one of TMT’s favorites for a good long while now — going back at least to the 2008 interview that we did with the entire band — which means that we’re super excited (and not obligated or anything) to cover everything that’s either closely or distantly related.
The band’s own Brian Miller also founded the Deathbomb Arc label before he helped propel Foot Village to the fore of SoCal-based, drum-centered aggression, and during its nearly 20 years of functional existence, Deathbomb has helped to release and promote a ton of often noisy releases that challenge the remains of humanity’s delicate sensibilities. Basically, Deathbomb and Foot Village have both done their part in attempting turn us all into acid rain, which burns through our clothing and blinds all the presidential dullards who bypass warnings during solar eclipses. (Oh yeah, I went there.)
And despite an early ambivalence about any political themes in his Foot Village work, Brian Miller is definitely “going there” with his new project: America Fuck. Miller and Sam Angiulo (a.k.a. Lana Del Rabies) comprise the duo, and their first release (out now courtesy of Deathbomb, naturally) makes NO BONES about the duo’s modus operandi. American Fuck is the “product of living with toxic politics as the foreground,” and each extremely long track title on Fertility Clown is a segment of a discussion that revolves around, basically, egalitarianism as a goal.
A familiar-sounding sentiment? Perhaps. Musically, however, Fertilty Clown will offer stiff competition to your pulse; so be warned. Listen to it in full below, and head here to name your own price on a digital download — and to see the full track titles (seriously; I’m not printing them here, they’re novellas).
It’s not a music video, but the thing I saw this week that left the deepest impression was the introduction to the 2011 CMT Music Awards, a galactically dumb comedy bit that happens to star Taylor Swift, Shania Twain, Kid Rock, and, in a bone-chilling cameo, Donald Trump. I’m a bit worried that Kenny … More »
Hey kid, you like beats? Got a whole bunch of beats here for ya. Come November 10, Los Angeles-based producer Devonwho is going to drop a fat stack of them — 42 to be exact — for his new tape Betaloops.
Where does one amass a collection of beats this gargantuan? Seems like when you’re Devonwho, ideas for cool sounding laid-back, funky hip-hop beats just pop into your head all the time!
Devonhim whoself Devonwho himself, the beats that make up Betaloops were created between 2014 and 2017, a period during which the producer moved away from San Francisco and transitioned to life in Los Angeles. And while they are more experimental sketches than full-on songs, Devonwho has said that these beats are still “a part of me and my growth that I wanted to share.” That was nice of him!
Betaloops is out digitally on November 10 via Leaving Records. If you’re more of a physical media kind of person however, the cassette version of Betaloops is shipping right now and can be ordered here. Listen to a playlist of a few of the tracks off the release, check out the artwork, and read the names of all 42 of Betaloops’ tracks, down below.
PHEW! Gonna need a glass of water after reading off all that!
Ahh. Thanks! <3
After an astonishingly strong series of releases so far in 2017, Super8 & Tab aren’t ready to leave the year without creating a bit more of a bang, and it comes in the form of their newest single ‘Pressure’. Today, the trance duo’s brilliant release saw its release on Armind and shows the duo going
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Following their monumental, sold out ABGT250 show at The Gorge Amphitheatre, Above & Beyond is pleased to announce that they are hitting the road for a massive tour in support of their forthcoming album, ‘Common Ground.’ Starting at the end of December, tickets are available from 9am PT / 12pm ET on October 26, but
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At this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), some lucky fans were able to watch Martin Garrix in action as he demonstrated how to produce a festival-ready anthem. During the ADE Sound Lab Presents: Studio XL Martin Garrix, Garrix shows off his production skills during his one hour session with a limited number of attendees. Watch
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