For Sugar At The Gate, their third and most ambitious album to date, Montreal’s TOPS peaced out to LA. They lived and recorded at “Glamdale”, a mini-mansion and former brothel located in the Jewel City, Glendale, CA. The unassuming record unfolds slowly, taking time to reveal itself. Like nearly everything […]
2017 release from the British alt-pop duo. Ultralife is the follow-up to their 2015 self-titled debut. The entire album was written in New York and London, entirely composed, produced and mixed by the duo. The album features single “Ultralife”.
Double vinyl LP pressing. Ice Cream Man is the fifth studio album by New Orleans rapper Master P. It was set to be release in the summer of ’95 but it ended up being released on April 16, 1996. Ice Cream Man hit #6 on the Billboard’s R&B Albums chart […]
Damn (stylized as DAMN.) is the fourth studio album by American rapper Kendrick Lamar. It was released on April 14, 2017, by Top Dawg Entertainment, Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope Records. The album features production from a variety of record producers, including executive producer from the Top Dawg Entertainment label-head Anthony […]
Supa Dupa Fly is the debut studio album by rapper Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott, released July 15, 1997 on The Goldmind and Elektra Records. The album was recorded and produced solely by Timbaland in October 1996, and features the singles, “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”, “Sock It 2 Me”, “Hit Em […]
Fast becoming one of the most crucial archival imprints around, Pete Swanson and Jed Bindeman’s Freedom To Spend takes us down another largely unfamiliar musical wormhole with this first time reissue of a beautifully rich take on American Minimalism from Valencian artist, Pep Llopis, originally released in 1987. And it’s […]
2017 Release on Awesome Tapes From Africa. Say You Love Me wasn’t “Om” Alec Khaoli’s first solo recording but the 1985 EP solidified the bass player and songwriter’s standing as one of South Africa’s most consistently innovative pop auteurs. He built a career on ubiquitous rock, pop and soul hits […]
Brooklyn producer and DJ Emma Olson has assembled her first full-length LP, Symbolic Use of Light. Released via Ninja Tune sister label Technicolour, the record is a series of meditative, loop-driven tracks that reflect cathartic release in the subtlety of their churning progressions. Avoiding high-art aims, Olson records her music […]