Archive for September, 2011

Jay Sean – The Mistress FREE MIXTAPE

Thanks to the kind people of Dat Piff we now have a new Jay Sean mixtape. If you love your R&B Grooves, Cop It!

Listen to Cobra Starship’s New Album FREE




Check out Night Shades by Cobra Starship in it’s entirety PLUS two Remixes, right now over at SPOTIFY!

Bird Peterson – Drankenstein 2 FREE DOWNLOAD






Bird Pererson has released the follow up to Drankenstein. You can cop the free download right now over at maddecent:

Blink 182 Release New Song For FREE!







Blink-182 have released a new song, “After Midnight”, for free download. You can get it once playing a game to reach “182” at

NEW VIDEO – Justice – Audio, Video, Disco

Check out the brand new video from JUSTICE! It’s been three years since these guys have had a new song. Check it out!

Nikki Lynette Releases Free Mixtape. Get It Now!






sRapper Nikki Lynette has released a free mixtape. She has….fuck it, we will just let her tell you herself:

Hi. I’m Nikki Lynette, a rapper/singer/producer from Chicago. This project is the deluxe version of my latest mixtape, entitled “Roses N’ Guns 2: The BADDER ASSED mixtape that rocks (The Rematch.) It contains 18 songs and is the follow up to last year’s Roses N’ Guns which was presented by This download also includes an art book that contains all the lyrics to my songs. Yeah…I do art, too. This mixtape, which is presented by and VSOP Studios, includes features from DweleKrayzie Bone, Jav June, and I Fight Dragons. The rest of it is just me singing & rapping by myself. I don’t need a whole bunch of people to vouch for me.


Fans of my music can currently hear my tunes featured on shows on MTV, VH1, and Showtime. However, if you wanna stay updated on my music, events, and other junk I’m into, you can talk to me on Facebook (I’m literally there all day, I need to stop) or email me at

First Listen: Ex Sleater-Kinney presents Wild Flag, ‘Wild Flag’


via: NPR

Last September, Carrie Brownstein wrote, “I have no desire to play music unless I need music.” During her post-Sleater-Kinney forays into music blogging and sketch comedy, she explained, “I started to need music again, and so I called on my friends and we joined as a band.” Hence: Wild Flag, a new group she’d formed with former Sleater-Kinney bandmate Janet Weiss, Helium’s Mary Timony, and The Minders’ Rebecca Cole. Soon, they would record an album.

Let’s look back, past the swirling cloud of expectation that has subsequently gathered around the first full-length recording by said “supergroup,” and focus on that statement. Out Sept. 13, Wild Flag the album sounds more than anything like the work of four people who need music. People who, after more than two decades of playing, still need it as much as they did the day they started.

A lot of the album, in one way or another, is about music: the way it pulls you into the moment, the way it moves and seduces, the way it communicates across barriers of space, time, and language. “We love the sound, the sound is what found us / Sound is the blood between me and you,” they sing in the indelible chorus of “Romance.”

When they’re not singing out loud, Brownstein and Timony’s guitars speak volumes: They’re two of the most wonderfully lyrical players out there. Add Weiss’ exuberant beats, Cole’s keyboard flourishes, and some killer multi-part vocal harmonizing by all four, and you’ve got a supergroup superball sound that bounces between TelevisionWire, and The Go-Gos but always lands in a place very much their own.

The album is a no-frills affair, recorded live (except for the vocals) in The Hangar, a cavernous Sacramento recording studio that occasionally doubles as a skate park. It sounds live, as hard to imagine as that is: a real live record with a beating heart, a record that needs you as much as you need it.


You can hear the entire album by following this link: