Check out this visceral synth riffage from Event Cloak, aka Nick from Sundrips, who is apparently ripping of his gauzy-drone cloak in order to fully shred. I mean… every line here doesn’t always sync up perfectly to the metronomic drum pattern, but that – along with the slightly blown out and vibrant production style – makes “Physical Computing” a definite keeper in my book.
• Fadeaway Tapes: http://fadeawaytapes.blogspot.com/
“Legendary Weapons” [feat. Ghostface Killah, AZ, and M.O.P.]
Call it what you want — a “project,” a “compilation,” an “anthology,” etc. — but on July 26, the Wu-Tang Clan, minus GZA and Masta Killa, are releasing Legendary Weapons. You can hear “Only The Rugged Survive” here and the album’s title track above.
• Wu-Tang Clan: http://www.wutang-corp.com
When the sax hits… that’s some real shit. Actually, pretty much all of “Midnight City” is unabashedly huge and cheesy, a beautiful continuation of the descent into our imaginary 80s fantasy world. If you absolutely need this mp3 on your person, grab it for the price of your email. Otherwise wait for the double M83 album, out October 18th on Mute.
“Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win” (Director’s Cut)
This is one of those videos that somehow doubles a four minute track’s runtime. Don’t watch if you want to hear the new Beastie Boys single uninterrupted. Do watch if you want to see Spike Jonze playing with toys.
• Beastie Boys: http://beastieboys.com
The Flaming Lips
three new “gummy fetus” tracks
Back in May, The Flaming Lips released a gummy skull with four new tracks. And now, before they release the much-anticipated-by-me gummy vagina (see video above [after work]), the Lips have sent out limited quantities of a gummy fetus featuring three new songs: “Enthusiasm For Life Defeats Existential Fear Part 2,” “Steven’s Moonbow,” and “Squishy Glass.” Thanks to Psych Explorations of the Future Heart for posting the tracks!
“Enthusiasm For Life Defeats Existential Fear Part 2”:
• The Flaming Lips: http://www.flaminglips.com