My favorite thing to do during the week is curate through an insane amount of pop music. Seriously. My second favoritest thing to do during the week is tell you all about the music I and the team at We Are: The Guard picked and titled (...)
There are a million ways to try and describe 100 gecs, but none of them are going to do it justice. If Skrillex had been in a ska band instead of an emocore one? Hello Kitty meets Death Grips. Sophie and Sleigh Bells walk into a bar… I guess the only (...)
LA's Daughters of Noise! Get a retrodelic, futuristic video for "2023." It is notoriously difficult to envision the future. By definition, it hasn't happened yet. There's no telling what might happen between now and then (...)
Is it me, or does it feel like the GRAMMYs were a century ago? Maybe it's because we as a nation were subjected to another Big Televised Event™ last night – although I'll admit I didn't tune into the halftime show. It's nothing against Jennifer Lopez or Shakira (...)
Can you believe January is almost over already? How are you holding up with your New Year's resolutions? If you're anything like me, I'm going to assume not so hot. It's all good, though, as the start of a new month is an ideal time to (...)
It’s the end of January 2020, can ya believe it! Of course you can because you are living it with me. So what does this mean? For most of us we’ve broken all our resolutions and for a lot more of us our hopes have been shattered (...)
TroyBoi summons an alien landscape with the bangin' bass music of "Mmmm." Does anyone else miss dubstep? For a brief moment, it seemed like the euphoric utopianism of rave could be paired with academic intellectualism and soundsystem (...)
Nosaj Thing brightens up Jamie Isaac's nocturnal world on "Next To Me." Back in 2018, talking about Jamie Isaac's predilection for somnambulistic grooves, the website The Independent writes, "But when it (...)
“ISH” starts off with the kind of big trap beat that ought to be scoring the new James Bond movie. Cinematic, shrouded in mystery, but with a complete and total sense of self-assurance. The song’s got an ominous (...)

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