Any time Mos Def and Talib Kweli get together its worth taking note. When a Jackson is involved the tune is necessary. Here Mos and Kewli rap over an Oh No beat. The younger Jackson is clearly becoming the go to beat smith for early 2000's underground stalwarts. A little late on the upload, but better late than never when it comes to new Mighty Mos.
Monday, November 28, 2011
Friday, November 25, 2011
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - Thuggin' by Rappcats
Gangsta Gibbs keeps his hot streak going with this Madlib collab. Its good to hear Madlib in straight hip-hop mode. Been a while since I have heard him make a beat for actual rapping. There is a forthcoming collab EP with "Thuggin" and five other tracks. This should be a epic release. Also check out Freddie Gibbs absolutely dominating Cults below.
Lee Scratch Perry - Straight Jacketed (Bullion Remix) by bullionness
Its been a minute since I had heard anything from Bullion, but here is a recent remix from him of Lee "Scratch" Perry. Definitely some serious dub bass craziness. Here is an idea that we can all get behind: an entire LP/EP of LSP songs remixed by Bullion. I could also be down for throwing Dabrye, Mala, and Jamie XX on that EP, but I don't want to see greedy. Sit back and enjoy the crazy, glitch-y, space-y, dub-y vibes.
FaltyDL - 'Atlantis' by Ninja Tune
FaltyDL has a new EP out, Atlantis, on Ninjatune. The man is hyper-productive: he already released the outstanding You Stand Uncertain, several singles - including Hip Hop Love with a Jamie XX remix, and has contributed numerous remixes - my favorite being his remix of Holy Ghost!. Enjoy the tunes and welcome back to Noise Verse Noise.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
A Place To Bury Strangers - So Far Away by INDIE INDIE
A new tune from A Place to Bury Strangers. Another slab of dense, driving, loud guitar noise with disinterested, mumbled dark lyrics. So glad they are back. I thought the first album was one of the decade's best. I wonder if we could get a Crocodile - A Place to Bury Strangers tour together.
Monday, November 7, 2011
Tear by BLACKBIRD BLACKBIRD
Grimes is a project by the multitalented Claire Boucher. The project appears to change by the hour, as shown by this Fader article. One thing that is constant, is the creepy and incredibly electro pop she makes. "Vanessa" is a blog hit with its child like melody and unique vocals. I think that "Oblivion" is actually a better song. "Oblivion" is more straight forward and propulsive. It relys less on Grimes unique vocal mannerism and more on song writing. Plus the synth line might be the best I have heard since MGMT's "Kids". Grimes just released a remix to Washed Out's "Eyes be Closed" and has new album coming out soon.
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Thee Oh Sees are the garage rock kings from San Francisco. Chances are I am not introducing you to the band. However, its always good to check in on a band that is so productive and prolific. These two songs are from a Edition Fiber series for visual artist David Shrigley. They have the classic scuzz sound. Thee Oh Sees also have a new album coming out, Carrion Crawler/The Dream, due out November 15th on In the Red records. This is their second album this year, they released Castlemania back in June. Anyway, check out the tunes and the enjoy the noise.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Washed Out - Call It Off by WeirdWorldRecordCo
Here is "Call it Off" the B side to Washed Out's newest single "Amor Fati". "Amor Fati" originally appeared on Within Without. "Call it Off" has a seriously Balearic sound, how epic would a Lindstrøm or Prins Thomas edit of this thing be?