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A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown

A$AP Rocky, Schoolboy Q, Danny Brown on Tour

The current A$AP Mob, Schoolboy Q, and Danny Brown tour offers a stark contrast to the clashing hip-hop collectives of the 1990s. Today’s relationship between East Coast and West Coast hip-hop is no Biggie-Tupac, taste-defining argument. Harlem’s A$AP Mob, led by self-labeled “pretty boy” A$AP Rocky, actually collaborates with L.A. Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE) artists, including rappers like Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar. Danny Brown, the, hard-nosed spitfire lyricist, the dude from Detroit with the goofy hair and an unnaturally long tongue, is the always-in-a-good-mood wildcard whose Detroit roots split the difference between the coasts.

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Frontier Psychiatrist Monthly Mixtape

Thanks to our busy time at SXSW, we were a bit slow on posting  our mixtape this month.  So, instead of the usual two-installment approach, today we deliver the whole thing.   This should be more than enough music to distract you from your actual work on this Friday afternoon.

1. Chromatics – “Kill for Love”

2. El-P – “The Full Retard”

3. Ty Segall & White Fence – “I Am Not a Game”

4. Spaceghostpurrp – “No Evidence (Edit)”

5. Lemonade – “Neptune”

6. Holograms – “Hidden Structures”

7. Balam Acab – “Come True”

8. Action Bronson – “9-24-11”

9. Screaming Females – “Expire”

10. Mister Lies – “I Walk”

11. Titus Andronicus – “Upon Viewing Oregon’s Landscape With the Flood of Detritus”

12. Danny Brown – “Grown Up”

13. Neon Indian – “Hex Girlfriend (Twin Shadow Remix)”

14. For Romeau – “SW9”

15. Zammuto – “The Shape of Things to Come”

16. Children of the Night feat. T. Shirt & Roc Marciano – “’86 Mets (3:05 AM)”

18. Lushlife feat. Styles P – “Still I Hear The Word Progress”

19. Lower Dens – “Propagation”

20. Killer Mike feat. Scar – “Untitled”

I have long trumpeted the virtues of the music video, an art form that sadly had its public outlet terminated 15 years ago just as it was reaching maturity.  The work produced in September 2011 justifies my efforts.  Throughout the year we have been conducting monthly music video countdowns, but no month has been quite like the last.  The volume of brilliant work was overwhelming, and each of the videos below could make a strong case for #1 in any other month.  As for the month’s top video, suffice it to say that, in a different era, it would have made stars of its creators. Enjoy the show. Read the rest of this entry »


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