I don’t remember the first time we met, but I know that as usual, my first impression of you was way off.
I thought you were just another short Asian boy that I’d meet during my time here, but your humor and demeanor really set you apart, ASBestie.
We were in the middle of studying for finals during Winter Quarter and you came up to me in Norris and we talked about classes and study music and then you showed me this song. Continue reading
If you like the reggae instrumentals of Bob Marley set against the fast-paced, bass-heavy electronic music put out by Baaeur, you’ll love Bad Royale’s new EP, Move Like, which came out earlier today on Mad Decent. Continue reading
If you liked the funkadelic elements of Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly and Flying Lotus’s Cosmogramma and You’re Dead!, you’ll love Stephen Bruner’s AKA Thundercat’s newest mini album, The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam, featuring keyboard contributions by jazz legend Herbie Hancock and production from FlyLo himself.
Following his two previous albums, The Golden Age of Apocalypse (2011) and Apocalypse (2013), The Beyond / Where the Giants Roam, released Monday, is a collection of songs that brings aspects of jazz fusion, psychedelics and more to the table.
You’re like the cool aunt that I just recently met for the first time.
Atlanta’s like my mom. I love my actual mom, but the point is that I love you, Chicago. Continue reading
Less than two months ago, Toro Y Moi released his latest album, What For?
He ventures away from his funky, psychedelic music and confidently dips his toes into a slow trap beat in his new song, “room for 1zone” (or “room-for-one zone”). Continue reading
IAN LEVY — Clifford (prod. ivan jackson) Continue reading
Hi everyone! My summer break just started, which means I have much more free time to focus on my blog!
Finals are over, and I am in fact back in Atlanta for most of the summer! Here’s what you can expect from me in the next few weeks/months: Continue reading
Dear first year,
Last night was the final night of my first year of college. I tend to stay up late on occasions like these, because I realize that after today, nothing will be ever be the same. Continue reading