Young Inglewood native, Casey Veggies, has been on the hip-hop radar dating back to his features on the early Odd Future mixtapes. Although he has since parted ways with the OF clan, Veggies has certainly shown an ability to hold his own continuing to find cosigns among top-tier emcees. Life Changes, his latest mixtape, may be his breakout project with features and production from the likes of The Futuristiks, DJ Dahi, Dom Kennedy, 1500 or Nothin’ and Harry Fraud. Through out the piece of work we see the 19 year-old spitter emerge with the confidence that comes with your fifth mixtape.
Life Changes is a solid project from start to finish carrying a new age, west coast sound with Veggies exuding ambition, confidence and versatility. While there remains some roughness around the edges, this is certainly a significant step in the right direction for the young emcee. Check out some of our favorite tracks below and grab the whole thing for free here: Casey Veggies - Life Changes.
She in My Car (feat. Dom Kennedy) (Prod. DJ Dahi)
Life$tyle (Prod. Cardiak)
I Love Me Some You (Prod. Harry Fraud)
Lelystad/Amsterdam producer Boeboe has been dropping bass beats for well over a year now, but it is his most recent fascination with trap that has gotten us excited.
Celebrating his 1k likes on Facebook, Boeboe just released a tasty treat using the classic 1996 single ‘No Diggity’ by American R&B group Blackstreet and featuring Dr. Dre and Queen Pen. Let’s face it, trap, as with most genres, has gotten a bad rep. Many producers argue of its easiness to produce and quite frankly that Lil Jon-esque “WHAT?” vocal sample that’s been sprinkled on almost every trap track is getting annoying.
Yet Boeboe takes things one step further executing a seamless rendition between the original and the modernized trap sounds of today. From its thrilling introduction to they very last second, each and every loop is delicately crafted for maximum enjoyment. Please go and check out more of Boeboe on his soundcloud.
No Diggity (Boeboes 1k Likes Remix)
Swaggering into the last chapter of their introductory trilogy of EPs, Manchester’s The 1975 have just unveiled “Chocolate”, the lead track from their forthcoming Music For Cars EP. Cut from the same cloth as their two acclaimed EPs, “Chocolate” is another towering guitar-pop anthem with an infectious chorus that’ll stay with you long after the single has played out.
Music For Cars drop March 4th via Dirty Hit/Vagrant
It’s pretty damn hard to find someone that doesn’t like Ellie Goulding, or at least respect her for how she’s taken the world by storm in the past few years. Whether you like her for her solo work, or you like her for her sultry vocals laid over some deep dubstep or house basslines, the end result is the same.
The adorable London-based vocalist is in the midst of a massive worldwide tour, after having just released her 2nd full length album, Halcyon. Unless you’ve been hiding in your bomb shelter, waiting for the zombie apocalypse, then you’ve heard Ellie’s voice grace the airwaves at some point recently. You know what would be even better? Catching that voice in person. We know that the Denver show is already sold out, so make sure you buy your tickets now if she’s heading your way.
Anything Could Happen (Radio 1 Live Lounge)
Figure 8 (Breakages Crenshaw & Adams Mix)
Upcoming Tour Dates:
1/28 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, MI
1/29 – Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL
1/30 – The Pageant – St Louis, MO
2/1 – The Ogden Theater – Denver, CO
2/2 – The Great Salt Air – Magna, UT
2/4 – Showbox SoDo – Seattle, Wa
2/5 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC
2/6 – Crystal Ballroom – Portland, OR
2/8 – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA
2/9 – The Wiltern – LA, CA
2/12 – Hollywood Palladium – LA, CA
The delicacies of music are always more exposed the more you listen to it. And with each playback, the brilliance in the execution of every detailed sound from Wanderhouse, a new project from Marie Moreshead + Doctor Rosen Rosen, becomes all the more apparent. The formation of a more perfect union was first exemplified in their single “Use Me Up” released last year, which can only really be described as The Glitch Mob on Valium. The sensual vocals from Marie Moreshead that lend themselves to be elongated by the subtle trip/hop production of Doctor Rosen Rosen, make it a perfect musical cocktail to consume late into the evening.
This week Wanderhouse released ‘Sugar’, following the similar blueprint of its predecessors. The soft and warming instrumentals are yet again elevated by powerful and surreal vocals. Another profoundly harmonic release from the duo.
We don’t want to sound like a broken record, but Flux Pavilion‘s, Blow The Roof EP is going to be one of the biggest releases of the year. This track is titled “I Feel It” and features a euphoric intro with catchy vocals. Then dropping into some hard hitting wobbles mixed with some infectious melodies. Cheers.
Click on the tracks below to listen to more of the “Blow The Roof EP”.
1. OneTwoThree (Make Your Body Wanna)
2. The Scientist
3. Double Edge feat Sway and P Money
4. Blow The Roof
5. I Feel It
6. I Still Cant Stop
7. Do or Die feat Childish Gambino
Release date is January 28th via Circus/Big Beat Records
Norwegian disco heavyweight Lindstrøm injects some space-age funk vibes into Grizzly Bear’s “Gun Shy”, toppling the New York based indie band into a whole new sonic territory. It’s available as a free download on Grizzly Bear’s new tumblr, along with some psychedelic gifs and details of their upcoming tour …
Gun Shy (Lindstrom Remix)
01/26 – Mar del Plata, Argentina – Mute Club de Mar
01/29 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – La Trastienda
01/31 – Mexico City, Mexico – Auditorio Blackberry
02/03 – São Paulo, Brazil – Cine Joia
02/05 – Rio De Janeiro, Brazil – Circo Voador
03/01 – Taipei, Taiwan – Neo Studio
03/02 – Kaohsiung, Taiwan – Megaport Festival
03/05 – Tokyo, Japan – Liquidroom
03/06 – Osaka, Japan – Akaso
03/09 – Singapore – Esplanade Theatre
03/30 – Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Music Hall Oakland
04/01 – Louisville, KY – Brown Theatre
04/02 – Milwaukee, WI – The Pabst Theater
04/04 – Iowa City, IA – Mission Creek Festival @ Englert Theatre
04/06 – Dallas, TX – Palladium
04/08 – Austin, TX – Stubb’s
04/09 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
04/11 – El Paso, TX – Tricky Falls
04/15 – Big Sur, CA – Henry Miller Library
04/16 – Big Sur, CA – Henry Miller Library
05/25 – Paris, FR – L’Olympia
05/28 – Milan, IT – Alcatraz
05/29 – München, DE – Dachau Summer Of Music
06/09 – New York, NY – The Governors Ball Music Festival