Daily Archives: November 18, 2015

Cee-Lo Green-Working Class Heroes, Work On The Stephen Colbert Show

Cee-Lo Green performs “Working Class Heroes, Work” on the Stephen Colbert show and it recalls John Lennon’s “Working Class Hero.” His Heart Blanche album is out now.




WatchTheDuck-Stretch 2-3-4 Featuring Pharrell Williams

Jesse Rankins and Eddie Smith III are the two-man production team known as WatchTheDuck (WtD). They have already racked up credits working for Beyonce, T.I., Schoolboy Q and others. “Stretch 2-3-4”  featuring Pharrell is the first song from their upcoming Trojan Horse EP.  They call their sound soulstep and they’ve previously released their  Black Music On Molly ReMixtape,  the Anatidaephobia EP and their critically acclaimed Don’t Watch Me mixtape. “Stretch 2-3-4” debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show as a World First premiere. The Trojan Horse EP comes out this Friday (November 20th) and you can pre-order it to instantly receive “Stretch 2-3-4.”


Tricky Debuts New Single Diving Away With New Group Skilled Mechanics

Tricky has a new group with DJ Milo and Luke Harris and they called themselves the Skilled Mechanics, inspired by a documentary about espionage. “Diving Away” is a cover of “Porpoise Head” and Tricky chose to cover the song because of time spent touring with Porno for Pyros in the ’90’s and his friendship with Perry Farrell. Their self-titled debut album comes out in January,  but it’s available for pre-order now.

Skilled Mechanics Tracklisting:

1. I’m Not Going (featuring Oh Land)
2. Hero (featuring Ann Dao)
3. Don’t Go
4. Beijing To Berlin (featuring Ivy 艾菲)
5. Diving Away
6. Boy
7. Bother
8. How’s Your Life
9. Here My Dear
10. We Begin’ (featuring Francesca Belmonte)
11. Well
12. Necessary
13. Unreal (featuring Xdare)




Waxpoetics Presents The Pharcyde Labcabincalifornia 20th Anniversary Mixtape mixed by Chris Read

On the 20th anniversary of The Pharcyde’s Labcabincalifornia Chris Read has put together album tracks, remixes and original samples into a seamless mix for Waxpoetics. A variety of producers worked on the group’s sophomore album but it is most revered and remembered for being one of J.Dilla’s best moments.