MGMT keeps the new music coming today with psychedelic single “When You Die.” The surreal track follows October’s release of “Little Dark Age,” the first new song in four years from the group and the title track from their forthcoming album, set to drop sometime in early 2018.
Urus is here, with the raw power of a Lamborghini super sports car, and the versatility and functionality of an SUV. Exquisite design, stunning performance: Urus is everything you’d expect from Lamborghini. In the city streets. On off-road tracks. In challenging weather conditions: Regardless of the setting, Urus delivers pure Lamborghini emotions, in absolute comfort and safety.
Chairman of the Pa. House State Government Committee Rep. Daryl Metcalfe overreacts to a gesture by Democratic Chairman Matt Bradford, by disparaging Democratic members and gay people. “Excuse me, but I am legally married to a woman. I don’t like, or think about hot, sweaty cock in my mouth like you do. I am certainly not aroused by your innocuous and non-sexual touch. Please stay 5ft away from me at all times so I don’t have to reassert my heterosexuality. Thank you.”
NYC Based record label Doperoots has teamed up with X-Games and Ferg to create No Ends, a perfect fusion of action sports, hip hop and edm featuring and onsite skate park, musical performances and much more. The event debuted in NYC, but they are now bringing this unique party experience to Denver on Jan 21st at Exdo Event center, and it’s not one to miss. Set for Jan. 21st, the week before the Winter X Games take over Colorado, No Ends will deliver a diverse lineup of performances that includes Baauer, Cousin Stizz, Lil Skies, MTN Men, TJ Mizell, Jayceeoh, RHÊTORÍK, TGUT, Lenny Emery, Playpat, Smokeasac and Dylan St. John, and a very special guest. Get tickets here and get in on the fun!
Well, there are now classy cannabis commercials. 2017 sure is a bittersweet year. I want to try the magic pain erasing weed rub-on stick. They didn’t smoke before dinner though, that’s a crucial mistake.
The reason people freak out on edibles is because what they are eating lacks balance. If you eat a chocolate brownie that is packed with only THC and no CBD’s then yes, you will have a bad and super intense trip that some would find hard to deal with. Be careful out there homies.
Scott Disick goes Sneaker Shopping with Joe La Puma at Stadium Goods in New York City, and talks people wearing Adidas because of Kanye and why he changed his style.
Comedian Tony Hinchcliffe “takes it there.” And then he takes it a bit further. With his dark, edgy sense of humor, the 33-year-old from Youngstown, Ohio has been making eyes pop and guts bust in the decade that he’s been performing on stage at the Comedy Store in Hollywood. Since 2013, he’s been hosting the hilarious podcast Kill Tony, which he records live in the club’s Belly Room with both famous and up-and-coming comedians, and his fans include some of the entertainment industry’s biggest stars.
Denver based duo Talent Among Us presents their latest project Paid Dues. Working hard to hone their sound and curate a solid foundation of production to match it, both artists show and prove throughout the 9 track project alongside a few carefully chosen featured artists. With serious content at the forefront of their messages, TAU give listeners a look into the struggles and triumphs of their daily hustle. Check out the stand out single “Rear View” Ft. AMeazy and see what Paid Dues has to offer!
On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday.
Maverick Christ makes modern hip hop with super chill vibes and highly motivational message. Maverick kicks effortless flows on this inspirational rollercoaster. Check out his new LP I Will Never Fail You for a soundtrack to life that will have you ready to take on the world.
There’s nothing like a Tiny Desk Concert to put an artist’s live performance skills on full display. The latest in the series comes from one of our favorite performers, Tyler, The Creator. The NPR series has been highlighting more rappers over the past couple years including performances from Chance The Rapper, Anderson .Paak, Run The Jewels and more.
‘Über Freaks’ takes place deep in the heart of Berlin, and chronicles what it’s like to be part of a close knit group, who get their kicks by roping down buildings with the barest of safety precautions, climbing buildings by way of their exteriors, and lock-picking their way through the whole of the city and its Metro stations. The film can be considered a joyride for the viewer, as they are finally granted a backstage pass to the exclusive and hectic lifestyle of the Berlin Kidz, being privy to a whole world of adrenaline and thrill seeking that occurs just outside their apartment windows.
Gramatik has been making a name for himself for nearly a decade with his unique take on electronic music. As fellow stoners we love his laid back hip hop vibes, and his live shows are always a great time. He’s on tour now in support of his new Re:Coil Part 1 EP, which is somewhat of a departure from his classic sound. If you’re in the Northwest be sure to catch Gramatik at the Roseland Theatre in downtown Portland this February to see what he has in store.
Bay Area native Playpat returns with the super wavy hustler’s anthem “Solo” produced by Enry-K. The video is one of the cleanest indie productions we’ve seen in a while, and it really enhances the vibe on this one. Roll one up and get on Playpat’s level before you bump this. Enjoy!