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Life or Death PR Unveils CMJ Schedule

The good folks at Life or Death PR have unveiled the artists they represent scheduled to play the upcoming CMJ Music Marathon.

10/19 @ Emet – 75 Stewart Ave, #403, Brooklyn

 Calvin Love

10/16 – Newton Creek Radio Unofficial CMJ Party @ Shea Stadium – 9:20PM
10/16 – Aquarium Drunkard Showcase @ Mercury Lounge – 11PM
10/17 – My Social List Party @ Muchmore’s – 1:15PM
10/17 – Panache Booking CMJ Showcase @ 285 Kent – 9:40PM
10/18 – SHOT! Party @ Fontana’s – 10:45PM

 Cities Aviv

10/18 – SHOT! Party @ Fontana’s
10/17 – Noisey Rap Party @ Santos Party House 
10/18 – SHOT! Party @ Fontana’s
 
10/17 – Fader Fort @ Converse Rubber Tracks – 11:15PM

 Kelela

10/15 – True Panther Showcase @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

10/17 – Fader Fort @ Converse Rubber Tracks – 10:30PM

10/19 – Pitchfork CMJ Showcase @ 285 Kent

10/16 – Nothing Changes Showcase @ Home Sweet Home – 12:30AM
10/19 – Brooklyn Vegan Party @ Baby’s All Right – 3PM
10/19 – Inland Empire / CMJ Showcase @ Union Pool – 11PM
10/20 @ Worship (exclusive acoustic performance) – 6PM
10/20 Not Just Religious Music CMJ Showcase @ Saint Vitus – 11PM
10/15 – Mishka Showcase @ Santos Party House
10/16 – Holy Underground Party @ Tammany Hall – 10:30PM
10/17 – CMJ Showcase @ Delancey – 8:45PM
10/17 – YoursTruly/Gorilla vs. Bear Party @ Glasslands Gallery – 12AM
10/18 – DFM Showcase @ Tammany Hall – 11:45PM
 
10/19 – Fader Fort @ Converse Rubber Tracks – 6:40PM
 
10/16 – Move Forward Music x Red Bull Sound Select x Plug Music Showcase @ Free Candy
10/17 – My Social List Party @ Muchmore’s

Weekend

10/16 – Terrorbird Showcase @ The Cake Shop – 5:30PM
10/19 – My Social List Day Party @ Muchmore’s – 5PM
10/15 – The Talkhouse Showcase @ Bowery Ballrom 8:50PM

10/17 Fader Fort @ Converse Rubber Tracks – 6:45PM
10/17 – Neon Gold Showcase @ Santos Party House – 9:30PM
10/18 – This is How We Do It @ Baby’s All Right – 10PM
10/16 – Duck Down Music x Javotti Media CMJ Showcase @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/17 – Noisey Rap Party @ Santos Party House
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Videos For A Lazy Sunday: The Internet’s ‘Don’t’Cha’

The Internet have unveiled the video for ‘Don’t’Cha’, the first single from their forthcoming album Feel Good, out on September 24 on Odd Future Records.

The single  features production from Chad Hugo and Mike Einziger.

Feel Good finds Matt Martians and Syd “The Kyd” expanding from a duo to a full band and embracing a bolder, livelier sound steeped in psychedelic soul and funk. They worked with a number of guest vocalists including  Mac Miller, Yuna, and Jesse Boykins the III. They also worked with producers such as Thundercat, Chad Hugo (The Neptunes), and Grammy-nominated guitarist and producer Mike Einziger.

1. Tellem (Intro)

2. Sunset (feat. Yuna)
3. Dont’cha
4. You Don’t Even KNow (feat. Tay Walker)
5. Pupil | The Patience
6. Red Balloon
7. Cloud Of Our Own
8. Runnin’ (feat. Tay Walker)
9. Matts Apartment
10. Shadow Dance
11. Wanders Of The Mind (feat. Mac Miller)
12. Partners In Crime Part Two
13. Higher Times (feat. Jesse Boykins III)


OFWGKTA Carnival Announces New Additions to Line-up

The second annual OFWGKTA Carnival presented by Camp Flog Gnaw has announced new additions to its line-up.

Earl Sweatshirt, Mac Miller, Flying Lotus, Schoolboy Q, Mellowhigh, Trash Talk, The Internet, Mike G, and Taco will join headliners Tyler, The Creator and Frank Ocean.

Deets are in the flyer above.


Videos For A Lazy Sunday: The Internet’s Feel Good Album Trailer

The Internet have announced that they will release sophomore album Feel Good on Odd Future Records on September 24.

To preview the album, they have released an album trailer that features parts of the track ‘Tell ‘Em’.

They’re also released a free stream of the track ‘Partners in Crime Part Two’ featuring Jeff Gitelman of The Stepkids on guitar.

 


Download Kilo Kish’s K+ For Free

Download Kilo Kish’s K+ For Free

K+ isn’t just a mixtape for Kilo Kish.

It’s meant to serve as a living document of the collaborative process that goes into making music.

This is in an attempt to purposely highlight our imperfections and reject the finality of ‘the finished product’. We are all always working and making changes and my project represents this elementary idea,” she said in a statement.

To fuel her creative vision, she crafted a physical space filled with notes, drafts, and inspirations from the creative process.

K+ features contributions from over 25 artists including Earl Sweatshirt, Star Slinger, Childish Gambino, CRONOS, SBTRKT, A$AP Ferg, The Internet, Flatbush Zombies, Nick Hook, Vince Staples and many more. The full listing of credits is available on Kish’s tumblr. It’s also streaming for free here.

Tracklisting is below;

1. k+
2. goldmine
3. ghost
4. trappin
5. iou
6. turquoise
7. scones
8. love2k
9. better
10. creepwave

Cool Off With Kilo Kish’s ‘Watergun’

Cool Off With Kilo Kish’s ‘Watergun’

If there was ever a tune that was best suited to the dog days of summer, it’s ‘Watergun’ from NYC singer/designer Kilo Kish.

It features production from The Internet, who she will be hitting the road with starting this weekend. Dates are below;

8/4 Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall

8/5 New York City – Bowery Ballroom

8/7 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s

8/8 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

8/10 Toronto, ON – Mod Club


Odd Future Keeps Busy With New Releases & Tours

With a slate of new releases and tour dates from the artists on its roster, Odd Future is looking to keep busy in the coming months.

– Domo Genesis will drop, No Idols, his mixtape collaboration with The Alchemist. Give the track ‘Elimination Game’, featuring  Earl Sweatshirt, Vince Staples and Action Bronson a listen here.

The Internet are hitting the road with Kilo Kish for a series of dates on the East Coast, see below;

8/4 Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall

8/5 New York City – Bowery Ballroom

8/7 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s

8/8 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

8/10 Toronto, ON – Mod Club
– October will see the release of two albums. Mellowhype’s Numbers is out on October 2nd. It features new material from Hodgy Beats and Left Brain. Give the track ‘La Bonita’ a listen here. Trash Talk will release their new album 119 on October 9th.
– Towards the end of 2012, Tyler The Creator will release Wolf in November, actual release date TBD. Mike G is also due to release his debut LP at some point this year as well. Again, deets are forthcoming.
– To celebrate the upcoming slate of releases, the Odd Future crew will embark on the Camp Flog Gnaw tour this fall. The tour will come to a close in Los Angeles with the first ever Odd Future Carnival featuring rides, games and a performance by Odd Future and special guests. Tour dates are in the flyer above and tickets are on sale this Friday.