“I’m an addict I can’t even hide it”
There’s been alot of hype surrounding Future the past year or so, which he well deserves. This isn’t knew but I just got back into this song, it’s very different for Future. It’s very emotional and he’s very real with himself – it sounds like he’s been heavily struggling with addictions, kind of reminds me of when lil wayne was putting out his best work was when he was struggling with life/addictions as well (this could be wrong I don’t know a whole lot about lil wayne). There’s something about this song but I can’t describe it, maybe it’s the amount of emotion he put into it. Let’s hope he keeps producing music and doesn’t follow the path of all the other artists who have passed in 2016. It seems hes on the same exact path as ASAP Yams….
Here’s a good article about his addictions if you have the time to read, its interesting
The National put together a 3 disc collection of indie bands covering the Grateful Dead. It’s a big collection but here’s a few that stood out to me. The shakedown street cover from unknown mortal orchestra is cool too.
Kurt Vile and the Violators – Box of Rain
Mumford and Sons – Friend of the Devil (not a huge mumford fan but this track really stood out to me)
War on Drugs – Touch Of Grey (My personal favorite, also a big fan of them though)
The Lone Bellow – Dire
Canyons – Tonight ft. Kevin Parker downlizzle
Recently started listening to World Champion and they’ve caught my attention. They’ve got a certain 80’s dance-pop feel to mellow guitar notes reminding me of Mac Demarco. Here are the two songs by them I’ve been playing quite a bit, enjoy.
interesting beats w theo over them yeeeee – reminds me of cudi
Badbadnotgood- hyssop of love [Rap] [download]
Part Time – Night Drive [Shoegaze]
off his upcoming album, check out the music video too
go yell at justin and stuat for being fkrs and not posting . me and rybear were driving back from techs graduation and he threw on the brothertiger soundcloud – not sure why i never listened to these guys much before – also not sure why i just used hyphens for that whole thing
Haven’t posted a rap song in a while, heard this one and was immediately hooked. Kinda reminds me of Yung Lean.
I’ll start off by saying Stick Figure absolutely killed it. Fortunate Youth opened for the sold out show. they were awesome as well.Stick Figure had the crowd goin from start to finish. They opened with an Umphreys-esque jam – I was not expecting a heavier/rock sounding intro like they played, it was a nice surprise. Right from the start the show carried that same high energy momentum all the way thru. They brought that heavier jam into Burial Ground, solid intro. The rest of the show had a ton of energy, the crowd, Scott Woodruff and the rest of Stick Figure all felt it. They played primarily newer songs including Smiles on Faces, Coming Home, Fire on the Horizon, Mind Block, Breathe, Smokin Love and Weight of Sound (my favorite from the show). Overall it was a great show, Stick Figure blew my expectations out of the water. And a big thanks to Stick Figure management for getting me in the show!
Can’t stop listening to this remix, makes me think of a pool party. Kevin Parker, Tame Impala frontman, killing this remix just in time for the warm weather.