Even the green light is moving in regards to the highly anticipated ATCQ Documovie, there are still technicalities between the group and director Michael Rappaport. Here the group lets loose after a hefty silence regarding some very interesting point in the whole situation. Un-aired portion of the same interview after the jump. [Read more...]
Phife Dog.Q-Tip.Ali Shaheed.and sometimes Jarobi
Sony Pictures Classics recently announced that they have acquired all North American rights to Michael Rapaport‘s directorial debut, Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest. Rival Pictures and State Street Pictures produced the film, which was in Documentary Competition at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. [Read more...]
The interweb is heated right now over the above warning that appears at the beginning of Kanye West’s new video, All of The Lights. Quick fast camera editing and flashing lights don’t sit cool with everyone. Now, 3 months ago we featured a film called Enter The Void. The first line of the article reads “Warning if you suffer fromÂ photosensitive epileptic seizures please avoid this film.” [Read more...]
Little Dragon is the type of band you want the entire world to know about. Although, you keep them a secret so when you do put people on, they will worship your awesome taste in music. Because Little Dragon is awesome. Explanations of their sound often gets left at “electronic music” or “synthpop”, neither of which does them any justice.Â Ultimately it’s up to the music hoarding tastemakers to decide.
This post could go on forever, but since the server just decided to act right, today it delivers a message. If your’re reading in Atlanta, Swedish vocalist (with way too much sexy), Yukimi Nagano and Little Dragon will be performing tonite, Tuesday January 25th at the Masquerade. Maximums to ATL Arts+Beats+Lyrics founder, Jabari Graham for putting this together. Video and details after the jump. Enjoy the show. [Read more...]
Every once in a while it’s good sit back and ponder, cogitate, excogitate and maybe even haterate on some of the individuals who impacted your life in some way shape or form. While riding the school bus home one day in the 9th grade, this tall lanky kid named “Grady” let me borrow a 90 minute TDK cassette tape. I was suppose to take it home that night, make a copy of it and return it the next day. Bear in mind that my family had only been living in Atlanta for 6 months at best. We moved here from Miami, Florida, so I was still listening to original electro, miami bass, and Jam Pony Express mixtapes. How ever, my taste in music was about to go Broader than Broadway. When I got home that day I dropped the TDK into my JVC RC-838-W and got real familiar with the Linden Blvd chapter of The Native Tounges Family… A Tribe Called Quest. keep reading [Read more...]