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  • Good Girl Gone Bad Good Girl Gone Bad Quick View

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    Good Girl Gone Bad

    Good Girl Gone Bad is Rihanna's groundbreaking third studio album and it follows up the rising star's debut Music of the Sun and her sophomore release A Girl Like Me. Along with the album's overall success, its singles have gone on to become major hits including the worldwide number-one hit single with Jay-Z Umbrella, the top three U.S. hit, Don't Stop the Music, and Hate That I Love Youand Shut Up and Drive, which respectively became top ten and twenty hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The eighth single, Rehab, became the album's seventh single to reach the top 20 on the Hot 100, which made Good Girl Gone Bad the second album in history to have seven singles reach the top twenty on the Billboard Hot 100, the first being Janet Jackson's 1989 album Rhythm Nation 1814.
    1. Umbrella featuring Jay-Z
    2. Push Up
    3. Dont Stop the Music
    4. Breakin Dishes
    5. Shut Up and Drive
    6. Hate That I Love You featuring Ne-Yo
    7. Say It
    8. Sell Me Candy
    9. Rehab
    10. Question Existence
    11. Good Girl Gone Bad
    12. Lemme Get That
    Rihanna
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    99.9%

    Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and raised in the city of Montreal, 23
    year-old Canadian artist Kaytranada is widely regarded as one of
    the most important new producers in the musical landscape today.
    Since the age of fourteen, when he first began to DJ and when his
    brother introduced him to music production software, his output has
    been relentless. As he explains, "after he showed me the basics,
    from that day on I couldn't stop making beats," pumping out a beat
    a day for the next couple of years and soon after self-releasing a series
    of EPs and beat tapes that quickly began to expand his reach.


    Single releases like "Drive Me Crazy" with Vic Mensa and "Leave
    Me Alone" with Shay Lia soon spread his name like wildfire and
    gained listens reaching far into the millions. In addition to that
    he's produced for artists such as Mobb Deep, Kali Uchis, Freddie
    Gibbs, The Internet, & Talib Kweli and remixed the likes of Disclosure,
    Pharrell, Missy Elliot, Janet Jackson, and others. Kaytranada
    soon cemented his reputation and his sound; an undeniable swing
    of the drums comparable to J Dilla's, a signature soulful touch in the
    melodies, and a healthy dose of funky bass lines. Last year he was
    tapped by the legendary Rick Rubin who has acted as a mentor,
    eventually signing him to a publishing relationship.


    99.9% will be Kaytranada's first debut album on XL Recordings.
    The 15-track album includes guest vocals from Anderson .Paak,
    AlunaGeorge, BADBADNOTGOOD, Craig David, Syd, Little Dragon,
    Goldlink and more.

    LP 1
    1. Track Uno
    2. Bus Ride (Feat. Karriem Riggins & River Tiber)
    3. Got It Good (Feat. Craig David)
    4. Together (Feat. Alunageorge & Goldlink)
    5. Drive Me Crazy (Feat. Vic Mensa)
    6. Weight Off (Feat. Badbadnotgood)
    7. One Too Many (Feat. Phonte)


    LP 2
    1. Despite The Weather
    2. Glowed Up (Feat. Anderson .paak)
    3. Breakdance Lesson N.1
    4. You're The One (Feat. Syd)
    5. Vivid Dreams (Feat. River Tiber)
    6. Lite Spots
    7. Leave Me Alone (Feat. Shay Lia)
    8. Bullets (Feat. Little Dragon)

    KAYTRANADA
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    Nabuma Rubberband

    Swedish synthpop quartet Little Dragon have announced the release of fourth album Nabuma Rubberband in 2014, their first since their 2011 breakthrough album Ritual Union.


    Contrary to their dancier past work, the group said in a statement that Nabuma Rubberband is inspired by Janet Jackson slow jams Yukimi used to listen to wandering around Gothenburg during the unrelenting winter.


    When you put some of Janet's really slow stuff on you feel like you're floating, frontwoman Yukimi Nagano said. That feeling really influenced me and maybe that's why there are quite a lot of slow jams on the record. In the past we've been a bit self-conscious about making slow jams after 'Twice.' Then we wanted to make dance music which we did with Machine Dreams and then Ritual Union still had a dance vibe, but with this album it wasn't about that. The intention was about whatever we felt strongly about.


    The band started working on the album early last year in their hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden following extensive touring behind 2011's Ritual Union.


    I think when we started, we had no vision whatsoever, singer Yukimi Nagano told Rolling Stone last year. We just wanted to make the ball start rolling and just brainstorm ideas and see what comes up and then make plans thereafter. I think a lot of visions came through. Our sound is wide - it's not just one particular style - so we dove into different worlds. New worlds, new spaces we haven't been to before. There definitely are elements of sonically romantic tracks. It feels like there are different moods and we're exploring ourselves a bit.


    - Jason Newman (Rolling Stone)

    1. Mirror
    2. Klapp Klapp
    3. Pretty Girls
    4. Underbart
    5. Cat Rider
    6. Paris
    7. Lurad
    8. Nabuma Rubberband
    9. Only One
    10. Killing Me
    11. Pink Cloud
    12. Let Go
    Little Dragon
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    Alix


    Green Vinyl


    "Generationals have perfected its a-little-bit-of-everything pop."
    - Under the Radar


    Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, friends since high school, sought
    producer Richard Swift to shake things up on this album. Alix
    materialized as perhaps Generationals' most confident record, full
    of history and as multiphase as Ted and Grant's friendship.


    Built up with layer upon layer of rhythmic lines, computer noises,
    RZA beats, and poppy vocals that sometimes sound like a Janet
    Jackson/Prince face-off, Alix is everything T&G like about music:
    old and new, vinyl and youtube, vocal chord and microkorg,
    gathered up and arranged with great care into a good-smelling,
    subtly sexy, catchy-or-die mish-mosh of sensibilities and time-warp senselessness, lightly peppered with that signature Swiftian
    element, but undeniably Generationals in taste. As Swift had
    decreed: 'tis a good idea to tear down and rebuild, but it's not
    always necessary to start from scratch.

    1. Black Lemon
    2. Gold Silver Diamond
    3. Reviver
    4. It Took a Minute
    5. Reading Signs
    6. Charlemagne
    7. Welcome to the Fire
    8. Heart in Two
    9. Now Look At Me
    10. Would You Want Me
    Generationals
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  • Dap-Dippin' Dap-Dippin' Quick View

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    Dap-Dippin'

    Remastered From The Original Tapes


    Includes Previously Unreleased Duet With Lee Fields


    It's hard to believe that Sharon Jones' debut LP is a product of the year 2002, for several reasons. Given the excellent singles she recorded for Desco beginning in the late '90s, it seems like she would have gotten the opportunity for a full-length sooner; plus, her brand of raw, heavy, hard-driving funk is such a throwback to the '70s, and she pulls it off so well, that you wonder how she could have escaped that decade without at least a few rare, classic 45s (in the vein of labelmate Lee Fields). It's not hard to believe she once made her living as a prison guard, based on the tough-as-nails, no-nonsense performances she belts out on Dap Dippin' With Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, the first full-length release on Desco's descendant, Dap-Tone. Backed by the Dap-Tone house band (a conglomeration of studio pros with connections reaching back to the Desco orbit), Jones delivers a storming set of tunes that would have sounded perfectly at home on the James Brown's Original Funky Divas compilation. The style and quality are pretty consistent all the way through, but it's hard not to single out the nearly unrecognizable cover of Janet Jackson's What Have You Done for Me Lately, which is transformed into a churning blast of funk full of biting guitars (and nary a synth or drum machine in sight). Other highlights include the chunky leadoff track, Got a Thing on My Mind, the would-be dance-craze The Dap Dip, the slow-burning Make It Good to Me, and the trials-and-tribulations tale Ain't It Hard. Plus, label head Gabriel Roth throws in his usual authentic trappings -- the fake live introduction running down Jones' hits, the intentionally dated copy on the back cover -- that make the whole package even more fun. All in all, a terrific debut.

    1. Got A Thing On My Mind
    2. What Have You Done For Me Lately?
    3. The Dap-Dip
    4. Give Me A Chance
    5. Cut The Line
    6. Will You Be True *
    7. Got To Be The Way It Is
    8. Make It Good To Me
    9. Ain't It Hard
    10. Pick It Up, Lay It In The Cut
    11. Casella Walk


    *Previously Unreleased

    Sharon Jones
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    X-Communicate

    Sometimes you have to rip it up and start again. It was a tough
    call for Dee Dee. Dum Dum Girls was her guise for most of a
    decade, an outlet through which she's crafted a resonant,
    instantly-identifiable body of work. Over the course of three
    albums, four EPs, and an array of singles, Dum Dum Girls
    morphed from the girl-group-gone-bad moves of their 2010
    debut, I Will Be, to the plush noir-pop of 2014's Too True, a dark
    heart burning bright. But as her music evolved, she found that for
    many she would be forever refracted through the prism of Dum
    Dum Girls' early work: retro-leaning female harmonies, a
    backdrop of lo-fi, fuzzed up guitars.


    In 2015, she decided to shed her skin, ditching Dee Dee for her
    real name, Kristin, and adding Kontrol. It was a spontaneous idea
    that resonated. The challenge was to start fresh, go further back
    into her relationship to music. Sweep all her loves together into
    one genreless experience. "The first music I felt was mine was
    classic 80s pop and 90s R&B, from Tiffany, Janet Jackson and
    Madonna to TLC, SWV, and Aaliyah," she says. "But for years I
    was hellbent on the rock'n'roll thing, revering Joan Jett, Patti
    Smith, Chrissie Hynde, -- a rebellion against her classical vocal
    training -- but I was like, fuck it, I'm just going to try it all. I'm
    going to pretend I'm Kate Bush covering Mariah.


    Refocused and inspired, Kristin wrote 62 songs, whittled the list
    to ten for X-Communicate, and finished the album with the help
    of new producers Kurt Feldman (who had produced her Christmas
    single a few years back) and Andrew Miller (who played
    guitar on the first Dum Dum Girls album and had joined the band
    in its last incarnation).


    Arguably the biggest shift, beyond the music itself, is that as
    Kristin Kontrol she tells her stories using a sonic palette splashed
    with bold pop melodies, her vocals showcasing a range hitherto
    unexplored on record. The songs that emerge from Kristin's
    universe -- a menagerie of new wave and R&B, European synth
    pop, and experimental disco -- are both familiar and unique,
    using genre rather than adhering to it, with a distinct nod to the
    present. It may be a leap into the unknown, but "little risk means
    little reward," as Karen O once counseled her. I feel free. I kind
    of excommunicated myself. Even if I have to rebuild my whole
    career, I'd rather work hard than feel stagnant. I feel excited
    again, and that's priceless.

    1. Show Me
    2. White Street
    3. (Don't) Wannabe
    4. X-Communicate
    5. Skin Shed
    6. Drive the Night
    7. What is Love
    8. Face 2 Face
    9. Going thru the Motions
    10. Smoke Rings
    Kristin Kontrol
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