Category Archives: Music
The Black Keys have released a new video for their track “Everlasting Light” from their most recent album Brothers. Thanks to “The Baby” for the tip.
[UPDATE] Apparently there was some misinformation spread regarding the film. The trailer previously posted was not authorized for release and the title will be Beats, Rhymes, and Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest. The film is slated for a 2011 premiere. For now, stay up to date at www.aTribeCalledQuestMovie.com.
Well, we’re looking forward to this one. Shout out to Big Bone for the tip. Click on to read more about the upcoming film.
Directed, shot, and edited by Hypebeast’s Jason Goldwatch, this video provides a pretty cool look at Cudi’s life while on tour. Don’t miss it.
None other than Lupe Fiasco recently appeared as a model for False’s F/W 2010 “Original Anarchist” line. Click on to see the photos and read the full press release from False.
Joel Scilley of Audiowood makes some of the most unique audio equipment that we’ve ever come across. Audiowood manufactures turntables, iPod docks, speakers, and amplifiers with custom handmade wooden housings. Their products use a variety of woods to create styles ranging from sleek and modern to some that look fresh out of the forest. With a focus on high-fidelity as well as high-design, they’re also meant to sound as great as they look. They use only high-performance parts and components. With such high standards, they’ve got an environmental policy to match– everything they make uses recycled and sustainably-harvested wood when possible. Best of all, they’re open to custom designs. Check out all of their one-of-a-kind products at Audiowood.
Here’s an unexpected one. Part of the UNSTAGED series by American Express, The Roots & John Legend performed Arcade Fire hit Wake Up at Terminal 5 in New York City this week. While John Legend might not have that Arcade Fire edge, you’ve got to love the hard rock guitar and chilled out flow that he brings to the song. Stream the studio version above (featuring extended funk outtro) and then click through for the live “UNSTAGED” version. The full John Legend & The Roots collaboration album is available now for 9.99.
If you don’t have My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy yet, consider yourself out of the loop. The album is getting tremendous reviews, even receiving perfect scores from both Rolling Stone and Pitchfork. If you’re thirsting for more Kanye after listening to the album, you’re in luck. Complex recently published a fantastic article, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the creative effort behind Kanye’s fifth studio album. Complex also posted an extensive 40-image gallery of ‘Ye and the gang in Hawaii. Be sure to check them out.
Check out the video for Arcade Fire’s “The Suburbs” directed by none other than Spike Jonze. As we have come to expect from Spike, it’s a pretty heavy video.
Fiasco fans rejoice — another one of the Chicago MC’s tracks dropped today, this one featuring John Legend. Enjoy… it isn’t difficult to.
Dr. Dre has released another track off of Detox. Word is that the previously released “Kush” was a street single whereas “I Need a Doctor” will be the first official single from the album. Oddly, two-thirds of the track is dominated by Eminem while Dre only adds a verse on the end. The most recent info on Detox is that it should be ready by January 2011. Stream “I Need a Doctor” below and head over to DrDre.com to listen to “Kush”.