Daily Archives: June 27, 2017

White Boiz Return With Video For Mary’s Son

Krondon and Shafiq Husayn released their Neighborhood Wonderful album as White Boiz two years ago. The video for “Mary’s Son” is a quick look at an outdoor cookout with the two of them and mostly their fellow Muslims. The song itself is about the dilemmas faced by an unemployed pregnant 14-year girl.

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Flying Lotus’ KUSO Will Be In Theaters & Stream On Shudder July 21st

Flying Lotus’ debut film Kuso will be in Los Angeles theaters and stream on Shudder July 21st. His alter ego of Steve Ellison directed the feature about Los Angeles after a massive earthquake and all its hallucinogenic mess. Kuso screened at The Sundance Film Festival and was noted for its gross imagery and Ellison even provided barf bags for the audience. George Clinton, Hannibal Buress, and Tim Heidecker have roles in Kuso. Eddie Alcazar produced the film that has an original soundtrack and collaborations with Aphex Twin and Akira Yamaoka.

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Ollie Gabriel Debuts International Hit Running Man To US Audiences

Ollie Gabriel is a soul singer from Louisiana who has been building momentum with his sound that has the grit of Otis Redding and a pace that’s all his own. “Running Man” is his first official single and it is a motivational song about beating the odds. Gabriel’s Baptist minister vocals lead an acoustic piano and rocketship takeoff sounds in the production that seem to personify his mission of reaching for his highest ambitions. The song has spread his name throughout Europe with millions of Spotify streams, Youtube views and high placements on German, Austrian, and Swiss charts. “Running Man” will be released in the United States in July. Gabriel explains that “Running Man” is simply about encouraging anyone to pursue their goals;

“Running Man” is directed at everybody who has big goals and feels disheartened or alone on their way there. “I hope that this song pushes someone to keep going.“
 Gabriel has a video for “Running Man” starring Paralympic athlete Blake Keeper who won silver and bronze medals for sprinting despite being born without his lower legs.
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Kendrick Lamar Releases Video For ELEMENT

Kendrick Lamar’s video for “ELEMENT” is about a day of his life in the neighborhood. Everything from fighting to hanging out with his friends is part of his roots and he raps about never leaving those things behind. Lamar just won Best Male Hip-Hop Artist at the BET Awards and he kicks off his DAMN tour July 7th in Quebec.

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Moses Sumney Announces North America & European Tours Shares Video For Doomed

Pop and soul singer Moses Sumney has signed a deal with Jagjaguwar Records, announced his upcoming tours and released a video for “Doomed.” Sumney introduced his improvisational style in 2015 with the self-released Mid-City Island cassette EP. The seven-inch “Seeds/Pleas” single followed and then he toured the world and performed David Byrne, Solange, and others. Last year he released the Lamentations EP and the signing with Jagjaguwar will produce his first full-length album. “Doomed” is from his forthcoming debut and the video features him and many others submerged in blue embryonic-looking water-filled compartments. Sumney is touring North America and Europe until the end of the year.

Moses Sumney On Tour This Summer

06/30 New Orleans, LA – Essence Festival
07/07 Winchester, UK – Blissfields Festival
07/08 London, UK – Somerset House
07/23 Los Angeles, CA – FYF Fest
08/11 Brooklyn, NY – BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival
09/02 Dorset, UK – End of the Road Festival
09/22 San Diego, CA – Irenic
09/24 Los Angeles, CA – Hollywood Bowl
09/26 San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall
09/28 Seattle, WA – Crocodile
09/29 Portland, OR – Doug Fir Lounge
09/30 Vancouver, BC – St. James Hall
10/03 Minneapolis, MN – Icehouse
10/04 Chicago, IL – Old Town School of Folk
10/05 Toronto, ON – Mod Club
10/09 Cambridge, MA – Sinclair
10/11 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg
10/12 Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church
10/14 Asheville, NC – Mothlight
10/15 Atlanta, GA – Afropunk Festival
10/17 Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall
10/18 Austin, TX – Parish
10/25 Los Angeles, CA – Fonda Theatre
10/30 Brighton, UK – Komedia
10/31 London, UK – Islington Town Hall
11/02 Paris, FR – Pitchfork Music Festival
11/03 Bruges, BE – Cactus Club
11/05 Eindhoven, NL – So What’s Next?
11/07 Cologne, DE – Kulturkirche
11/08 Prague, CZ – Meetfactory
11/09 Munich, DE – Ampere
11/12 Berlin, DE – Berghain Kantine
11/14 Copenhagen, DK – Lille Vega
11/16 Amsterdam, NL – Vondelkerk
11/17 Luxembourg, LU – Sonic Visions Festival
11/18 Hamburg, DE – Überjazz Festival: Kampnagel K2
11/20 Brussels, BE – Botanique – Rotunde
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