Clyde Stubblefield, the iconic drummer for James Brown whose playing became a staple in hip-hop sampling, has died of kidney failure, Rolling Stone reports. He was 73. Stubblefield played on many of.. Pitchfork
On the latest episode of the Talkhouse Music Podcast, Pavement’s Stephen Malkmus spoke with Emil Amos (Om, Grails, Holy Sons) about everything from indie rock’s ’90s revival to Elliot Smith’s.. Pitchfork
Forget Pitbull — everyone knows the real music lovers are blasting Songs To Drive Off A Cliff To: Volume 3.
While that particular album might not technically be real, it didn't stop glorious.. Mashable
It's easy to feel let down by the world, but don't give up all hope.
*Onboard a subway car, New York-based lawyer Gregory Locke and his fellow passengers stood in uncomfortable silence as they.. Upworthy
The intersections of the personal and professional lives of young people in the creative enclaves of New York and Los Angeles have become a recent Sundance staple. Yet no one assays this territory.. L.A. Times
Con Brio, the seven-piece San Francisco funk band, closes out a year full of highlights — including the release of its debut album, “Paradise,” produced by Mario Caldato Jr. (Beastie Boys, Beck),.. SFGate
Need something soothing as 2016 finally (finally!) draws to a close?
Let Patti Smith's rendition of Bob Dylan's "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall" make you cry and then build you back up. Smith performed.. Mashable
If you love classic hip-hop, particularly from the '80s and early '90s, then you owe a huge debt of gratitude to the beloved Roland TR-808 drum machine, and now a documentary is laying out exactly.. Mashable
Back with another one of those block rockin' beats...
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons are The Chemical Brothers.
The duo made their mark in the early 90s after meeting in Manchester at university in.. Clash
Everything you ever wanted to know — or perhaps never knew you wanted to know — about the wildly influential Roland TR-808 drum machine is laid out with entertaining, if exhaustive, brio in the.. L.A. Times