FUNK BOX RVA vol.1 – Richmond, VA’s (and Brooklyn’s) grimiest producers form like voltron for this epic BEAT TAPE!
mahLion + Doc B. Wildman + Digipossum + Visual Typestereo + Santa Kilmagik + F1NG3RS + Nerve Leak + James Dangle + REC: Richmond Electronic Collective + The Messenger am9l
James Blake is preparing to release a much anticipated album in 2015, but wisely James always seems to string fans along with new releases. This week James Blake released his new EP 200 Press. The double 7″ single was digitally on December 9th via Blake’s label, 1-800-Dinosaur. Stream the 16 minute EP on Spotify.
The new video from Eminem – “Guts Over Fear” ft. Sia. Eminem’s new mixtape SHADYXV is out now and free to download!
Eminem – Eminem Vs. DJ Whoo Kid: Shady Classics
“Sunday Candy” is the first single from Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment’s debut album Surf.
The track was produced and performed by Donnie Trumpet, Chance The Rapper, Peter Cottontale, Nate Fox & Stix for “The Social Experiment”
Doc was in attendance when Phish debuted “Terrapin Station” under a full moon in Virginia Beach on 8/9/1998, the third anniversary of Jerry Garcia’s death.
Terrapin Station – Phish – 8/9/1998 – Virginia Beach
The crowd’s reaction to the first signature guitar lick created crackling energy, which is palpable on quality recordings. Though Phish hasn’t revisited it since, Trey and Page played an extended “Terrapin” in their Phil Lesh & Friends engagement in April 1999, and Trey joined Phil again for a lovely Terrapin on 6/30/06 in Camden, NJ.
Gwen Stefani and producer Pharrell Williams link up again for “Spark the Fire.” The duo have a history of making hits together, collaborating on one of 2004’s most popular songs “Hollaback Girl,” and on “Can I Have It Like That” from Pharrell’s 2006 debut album In My Mind. This time they re-connect for the new single “Spark the Fire” from Stefani’s third solo album; out next year on Interscope Records. Her last full-length album, The Sweet Escape, was released in 2006.
Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams are both coaches on the new season of NBC’s The Voice. Watch Pharrell and Gwen Stefani have a blast with Gwen’s “Hollaback Girl.”
“Can I Have It Like That” from Pharrell’s 2006 debut album In My Mind