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26. Dez. 2013, 14:05 von steviesrkOnce again, I've compiled a list of my top 40 songs of the year in my annual stage of nostalgia for the last 12 months. There's been some great songs this year, and here's my favourites
1. Knife Party - Power Glove
2. Le Tigre - Deceptacon (DFA Remix)
3. Young Empires - Rain Of Gold
4. Disclosure - White Noise (feat. AlunaGeorge)
5. Knife Party - LRAD
6. Altered Images - I Could Be Happy
7. Electric Light Orchestra - Hold on Tight
8. Justice - Phantom
9. Zedd - Stay the Night (feat. Hayley Williams)
10. Far East Movement - Turn Up the Love
11. Outkast - B.O.B.
12. Passion Pit - I've Got Your Number
13. Disclosure - Latch
14. Mystikal - Hit Me
15. Talking Heads - Life During Wartime
16. Robin Thicke - Blurred Lines
17. Steve Miller Band - Jet Airliner
18. Knife Party - EDM Death Machine
19. Bastille - Pompeii
20. Azealia Banks - 1991
21. Metro Area - Atmosphrique
22. Metric - Monster Hospital (Mstrkrft Remix)
12. Mär. 2013, 3:37 von ulfkastnerThe list of showcases I hope to catch the evening of Saturday, March 16th:
5:55pm: Kerli (Austin Music Hall)
7:15pm: Stooshe (Austin Music Hall)
7:55pm: Charli XCX (Austin Music Hall)
9:00pm: Vimes (Speakeasy Kabaret)
10:00pm: Full of Hell (The North Door)
11:00pm: Mutilation Rites (The North Door)
12:00am: The Ghosts (The Iron Bear)
1:00am: Two Cow Garage (Karma Lounge)
My fallbacks are:
6:30pm: Angel Haze (Austin Music Hall)
7:00pm: The Littlest Viking (Headhunters Patio)
8:00pm: RDGLDGRN (Latitude 30), The Limousines (Dirty Dog Bar)
9:00pm: Ben Caplan (Friends), Ester Rada (The Stage on Sixth Patio), Foxes (Hype Hotel), Humans (Swan Dive), Kontravoid (Elysium), Zak Waters (Hickory Street)
9:10pm: Jonathan Boulet (Maggie Mae's)
9:30pm: Valerie June (Cedar Street Courtyard)
10:00pm: A Tribe Called Red (Townhouse), Gold Fields (Maggie Mae's Rooftop), Hills Like Elephants (Maggie Mae's Gibson Room), Joshua James (Antone's)…
12. Mär. 2013, 3:28 von ulfkastnerThe list of showcases I hope to catch the evening of Friday, March 15th:
7:00pm: Emma Louise (Hilton Austin Downtown)
7:30pm: Mary Epworth (Victorian Room at the Driskill)
8:00pm: Islet (BD Riley's)
9:00pm: Mykki Blanco (Maggie Mae's Rooftop)
9:20pm: Man Without Country (Maggie Mae's Rooftop) (they made Mykki Blanco mad, so I skipped them)
10:20pm: White Lung (Long Center for the Performing Arts) (this turned out to be a benefit show that required additional tickets, previously unbeknownst to me)
11:10pm: Foxes (Empire Automotive)
12:00am: Boy (Hickory Street)
1:00am: Hawk Eyes (BD Riley's)
My fallbacks are:
7:00pm: Lite (BD Riley's)
7:15pm: Lucius (St. David's Historic Sanctuary)
8:00pm: All Tiny Creatures (The Velveeta Room), Amtrac (La Zona Rosa), Striking Matches (Vice Bar)
8:30pm: Jovanotti (St. David's Bethell Hall), Supreme Cuts (Republic Live)
8:45pm: Ghost Beach (Empire Automotive), Hundred Waters (Scott Inn), Silver Medallion (Haven)
31. Dez. 2012, 14:10 von ForceFatheR
24. Apr. 2012, 19:14 von KillerCLbeeAKA. Artists that have done anything to do with Insane Clown Posse or Psychopathic Records, including Music Videos, Movies, Gathering of the Juggalos or been on a Album with them.
Esham was signed with psychopathic for a while and featured on numerous albums.
Kid Rock featured on ICP's debut album Carnival of Carnage.
Ol' Dirty Bastard was on the song called "Bitches" on the album The Amazing Jackel Brothers.
Snoop Dogg was on the song called "Shaggy show" on the album The Amazing Jackel Brothers.
Kottonmouth Kings made a video with ICP and featured on a couple of songs.
Three 6 Mafia have made a couple of songs with ICP.
Tech N9ne has been known to love the juggalo fans he has and has made some songs with ICP and been on Gathering of the Juggalos many times.
Hopsin will be featured on the album The Mighty Death Pop! As well as Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, and rapper Lil Wyte.
Misfits did a cameo in the movie "Big Money…
1. Feb. 2012, 18:10 von aaronWHATMy top 20 of the year so far:
01. Into The Future - Bad Brains
02. 4Eva N A Day - Big K.R.I.T.
03. Blue Chips - Action Bronson & Party Supplies
04. Control System - Ab-Soul
05. The Man With The Iron Fists OST - RZA/Various Artists
06. MA_DOOM: Son Of Yvonne - Masta Ace & MF DOOM
07. good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
08. Knowledge Is Power Vol. 1 - Akala
09. P.E.E.P.: The aPROcalypse - Pro Era
10. Attack The Block - Talib Kweli
11. Rugby Thompson - Smoke DZA & Harry Fraud
12. Vodka & Ayahuasca - Gangrene (The Alchemist & Oh No)
13. Habits & Contradictions - ScHoolBoy Q
14. K.O.N.Y. - Smoke DZA
15. I.M. 4-EVA - Big Shug
16. Ichiban Sound In 3D - Willie B
17. 80 Minute Eternity - K-Rino
18. Live From The Underground - Big K.R.I.T.
19. Russian Roulette - The Alchemist
20. Gigantic Vol. 1 - Small Professor
Below is my thoughts on each album released this year that I've heard in order of hearing them.
★★★★★ = Dope as fuck.
★★★★ = Good, replayable.
24. Okt. 2011, 19:59 von Bryanrecommendshttp://cbsstreetdate.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/joe-promo-385.jpg?w=385&h=240&crop=1
Recently we were visited by one of the smoothest singers in all of R&B, who treated us to a song from his new album plus a few old favorites. Watch now as Joe warms up the Street Date studios with his new song “Dear Joe” off his brand new album The Good The Bad The Sexy which is out now.
You may remember Joe from such super-smooth R&B ballads as “All The Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” and “Thank God I Found You” (with Mariah Carey). Or if you’re more inclined towards hip hop, you may have first encountered Joe in 2000 when his song “Stutter” topped the charts, with rap verses supplied by Mystikal. His new album The Good the Bad the Sexy continues Joe‘s reign at the top of the R&B game, as displayed here on his new single “Dear Joe.”
Read more: R&B Powerhouse Joe Performs “Dear Joe” From New Album “The Good the Bad the Sexy”
16. Okt. 2011, 21:50 von jensyaosequel to http://www.last.fm/user/jensyao/journal/2011/04/07/4bebct_hip_hop_for_new_listeners
Pimps ft. Bun B & Big K.R.I.T./2 Chainz
All Eyez On Me/2Pac
2 Glocks (Feat. Bounty Killa & Wayne Marshall)/2Pac
Str8 Ballin (Feat Danielle Sen/2Pac
Still I Rise/2Pac
"Sleep (Ft. Young Buck, Chamillionaire)"/2pac
Runnin (Feat Notorious B.I.G.)/2Pac
Road 2 Glory/2Pac
Revolution (Feat. Busta Rhymes)/2Pac
Playa Cardz Right (Female) (Ft. Keyshia Cole)/2pac
Me Against The World (Feat DJ Quik/2Pac
Letter 2 the President (Original)/2Pac
Keep Ya Head Up/2Pac
How Do You Want It/2Pac
How Do U Want It (Feat Fatal A/2Pac
Hold On Be Strong (Feat Stretch/2Pac
Help Me Change My Ways/2Pac
For My Niggaz (feat. Storm) (Unreleased)/2Pac
Fight Music (Feat. Xzibit)/2Pac
Fake Ass Bitches remix/2Pac
"Dumpin' (Ft. Hussein Fatal, Papoose, Carl Thomas)"/2pac
I'm alive 2009 /2Pac
21 Questions/50 Cent
You Not Like Me/50 Cent
What Up Gangsta (Instrumental)/50 Cent
7. Apr. 2011, 8:37 von jensyaohttp://i791.photobucket.com/albums/yy199/YaoTheGreat/whatlmao.gif?t=1306392840
Hip Hop is supposed to be about creativity and having a good time, not worrying about what the public has to think about your craft and not being money orientated...and the images from above are from southern hip hop. (David Banner - Ain't Got Nothing)
I made this list a while ago and I left a lot out because it's only the highlights and "new listener friendly" - i.e. I didn't add too many Biggie/Big Pun/Big L tracks due to the ill concepts and cussing. Nor did I add the more famous tracks that everyone seems to know (from N.W.A.'s and Wu-Tang's first album). If I said rap/hip hop was an acquired taste, I would be lying.