Tijuana Hercules release a new batch of unhinged roadhouse shuffles, The Sick Muse publishes its first digital-only issue, and more.
Chicago’s beat scene has to do without the attention the city’s rappers get, but it’s a vital incubator for adventurous, ambitious instrumental hip-hop.
Kamasi Washington and the Sun Ra Arkestra bring jazz to Pitchfork for the first time since 2007.
The first single from supergroup Woke is today’s 12 O’Clock Track.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Oh Sheit It’s X” off of last year’s Apocalypse.
Reviews of 16 fresh releases from all over the map: Wire, Aosoth, Julia Kent, DJ Koze, Pedrito Martinez, Sax G, and lots more
Four Chicago producers talk about J Dilla in light of the reissue of his masterpiece
How LA producer Flying Lotus single-handedly created and destroyed one of the more interesting rappers to gain national attention this year
What’s on the Agenda for Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Early this week you can see Home of Easy Credit, Flying Lotus, Holly Golightly & the Brokeoffs, Kids & Explosions, and more
A forward-looking Artist on Artist, local band news, and a chance to see jug bands slug it out
Flying Lotus talks to Chrissy Murderbot
Flying Lotus gives R&B-loving stoners a nice surprise
Chill rap when I’ve needed it the most
The good, the bad, and the disturbingly Freudian at the 2012 Pitchfork Music Festival