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  • Transgressor Transgressor Quick View

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    Baby Blue Vinyl

    The Afro-futurist mix of Hip-Hop/R&B/Punk that is Tunde Olaniran returns with his first full-length album on Quite Scientific entitled Transgressor. The record showcases Olaniran's masterful approach to mixing intelligent and conscious commentary with a slew of personal revelations and heartfelt declarations. Propulsive entries like Namesake and KYBM instantly signify the hi-energy dance-pop feel that has brought attention to Olaniran in the past, while tracks like Let Me Go, Up & Dow, and Everyone's Missing make clear his abilities to be at once gut-wrenchingly emotional, candidly playful, or deadly-serious. Currently calling the United States his home after various stints in Nigeria, Germany, and England, Olaniran has in a very short time become one of the most beloved fixtures of an ever evolving Detroit music scene, as well as a driving force within the growing artistic community in Flint, MI (where he currently resides). His previous EPs have led to plenty of praise from outlets such as The New York Times, Pitchfork, NPR, Stereogum, Paste, BlackBook, Paste, EW and countless others while his penchant for channeling his energies into additional projects as an author, choreographer, and community organizer has made Olaniran's voice one that can't help but be heard in 2015.

    1. Transgressor
    2. Let Me Go
    3. KYBM
    4. Namesake
    5. Up & Down
    6. Everyone's Missing
    7. Run to the Gun
    8. Paladin
    9. Brighter Days
    10. 24KT
    Tunde Olarian
    Colored Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
  • Maximum Balloon Maximum Balloon Quick View

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    Maximum Balloon

    Maximum Balloon is the new project from guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and producer David Sitek from TV on the Radio. Not surprisingly, the TVOTR/Yeah Yeah Yeahs/Liars/Dragons of Zynth/Holly Miranda/Scarlett Johansoon producer worked with a host of guest artists for the self-titled release. Guest artists include: Aku (Dragons of Zynth), Tunde Adebimpe and Kyp Malone (TVOTR), Karen O (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Yukimi Nagano (Little Dragon), Holly Miranda, Theophilus London, David Byrne among others.
    1. Groove Me (feat. Theophilus London)
    2. Young Love (feat. Katrina Ford)
    3. Absence of Light (feat. Tunde Adebimpe)
    4. If You Return (feat. Little Dragon)
    5. Shakedown (feat. Kyp Malone)
    6. Communion (feat. Karen O)
    7. Tiger (feat. Aku)
    8. The Lesson (feat. Holly Miranda)
    9. Apartment Wrestling (v's David Byrne)
    10. Pink Bricks (feat. Ambrosia Parsley)
    Maximum Balloon
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  • Nevermen Nevermen Quick View

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    The unlikely union of TV on the Radio singer Tunde Adebimpe, Faith No More frontman Mike Patton and rapper Adam Doseone Drucker - who call themselves Nevermen - will finally release their self-titled debut! The trio's first single is the quirky, cinematic avant-pop single Tough Towns. Five minutes of eerie synthesizers and understated hip-hop beats, the song boils down to a single sentence that the singers all recite about persevering out of a small town: It's where everything you never want keeps coming from.

    'Tough Towns' is dedicated to anyone remotely young, feeling inexplicably inspired in the 'nowhere' they are from, says Drucker, who was born in Napa, Idaho, but grew up bouncing around between New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia. May you soon escape with style into elsewhere. --Rollingstone

    1. Dark Ear
    2. Treat Em Right
    3. Wrong Animal Right Trap
    4. Tough Towns
    5. Hate On
    6. Mr. Mistake
    7. Shellshot
    8. At Your Service
    9. Non Babylon
    10. Fame II the Wreckoning
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  • Red Hot + Fela Red Hot + Fela Quick View

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    Red Hot + Fela

    18th In A Series Of Original Albums To Raise Money And Awareness In The Global Fight Against HIV/AIDS

    Fela Kuti lives on. Since his death in 1997, he's been transformed from musician's musician with a cult-like following to a worldwide musical icon. The last four years have seen the Broadway hit FELA! win Tony Awards and tour the world, Knitting Factory Records reissue the prolific Nigerian's back catalogue, and now, Red Hot.

    Red Hot is an AIDS awareness organization currently partnering with cross-genfre collaborators representing rock, hip-hop, Americana, and classical for a forthcoming album release of Fela Kuti compositions, Red Hot + Fela. The release includes classic Fela anthems like Lady recorded by tUnE-yArDs, Questlove, Angelique Kidjo, and Akua Naru, Zombie recorded by Spoek Mathambo, Cerebral Cortex, and Frown, and Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am recorded by My Morning Jacket, Merrill Garbus (from tUnE-yArDs), and Brittany Howard (from Alabama Shakes) and Sorrow, Tears & Blood reworked by the Kronos Quartet along with TV On The Radios' Kyp Malone and Tunde Adembimpe.

    1. Buy Africa - Baloji & L'Orchestre de la Katuba featuring Kuku
    2. Lady - tUnE-yArDs, Questlove, Angelique Kidjo + Akua Naru
    3. Yellow Fever - Spoek Mathambo + Zaki Ibrahim
    4. No Buredi - Nneka, Sinkane, Amayo + Superhuman Happiness
    5. Who No Know Go No - Just A Band + Childish Gambino
    6. Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am - My Morning Jacket w/ Merrill Garbus + Brittany Howard
    7. Sorrow Tears and Blood - TV on the Radio's Kyp Malone and Tunde Adebimpe, Kronos Quartet + Stuart Bogie
    8. ITT - Superhuman Happiness w/ Sahr Ngaujah, Abena Koomson + Rubblebucket
    9. Afrodisco Beat 2013 - Tony Allen, M1 + Baloji
    10. Gentleman - Just A Band, Bajah + Chance the Rapper
    11. Hi Life Time - GendEr Infinity
    12. Zombie - Spoek Mathambo + Cerebral Cortex + Frown
    13. Go Slow - King
    Various Artists
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  • Run The Jewels 3 Run The Jewels 3 Quick View

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    Run The Jewels 3

    Gold Colored Vinyl

    Includes Poster & Sticker Sheet

    Run the Jewels have finally announced the full details of their highly anticipated new studio album, RTJ3.

    The album features Danny Brown, Kamasi Washington, TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Trina, Boots, and more. It features the previously released songs "Talk to Me," "Panther Like a Panther (I'm the Shit)," and "2100."

    Timothy Saccenti, Run the Jewels' frequent artistic collaborator, made the new album's cover. RTJ shared a statement about how the new album's artwork fits in the trilogy of covers. It depicts the RTJ logo as "a sculpture of the hands cast in metal, chromed, and gold-plated":

    For us, the RTJ1 hands were about "taking what's yours"-your world, your life, your attitude. The RTJ2 hands were wrapped in bandages, signifying injury and healing, which for us represented the growth in ideas and tone of that album. For RTJ3 the bandages are off, the chain is gone and the hands have been transformed into gold. For us this represents the idea that there is nothing to take that exists outside of yourself. You are the jewel.

    1. Down (feat. Joi Gilliam)
    2. Talk To Me
    3. Legend Has It
    4. Call Ticketron
    5. Hey Kids (Bumaye) (feat. Danny Brown)
    6. Stay Gold
    7. Don't Get Captured
    8. Thieves! (Screamed the Ghost) (feat. Tunde Adebimpe)
    9. 2100 (feat. BOOTS)
    10. Panther Like a Panther (Miracle Mix) (feat. Trina)
    11. Everybody Stay Calm
    12. Oh Mama
    13. Thursday in the Danger Room (feat. Kamasi Washington)
    14. Report to the Shareholders/Kill Your Masters
    Run The Jewels
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  • Emmaar Emmaar Quick View

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    Contains CD Of Full Album

    The desert is a place of hardship and subtle beauty, a stark world that reveals its secrets slowly and carefully. For the renowned Saharan band TINARIWEN, the desert is their home, their hypnotic and electrifying guitar rock reflecting the complex realities of their homebase in North West Africa. The band releases their new album Emmaar in 2014.

    Emmaar is the follow up to the group's 2011 album Tassili, recorded in the Algerian desert with an esteemed cadre of musicians including Wilco's Nels Cline and TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe and Kyp Malone - the album won a Grammy for Best World Music.

    But due to political instability in their homeland, TINARIWEN recorded the new record in another desert: Joshua Tree, California. Created over three weeks in the region known for spaced-out rock 'n' roll and psychedelic cowboy folk, Emmaar showcases an organic feel from the rolling hand drums and meandering guitars of album opener "Toumast Tincha" chants to the galloping beats of the forward-marching "Chaghaybou." "We were not in a proper studio or outside in the desert like Tassili," Ag Leche says, "we built a studio in a big house in Joshua Tree. Everybody in the same room, with no separation. We wanted something which sounded natural and live."

    Along with the original members who founded the group in the 1980s (vocalists and guitarists Ibrahim Ag Alhabib, Abdallah Ag Alhousseyni, and Alhassane Ag Touhami) and the younger generation who grew up listening to the band and joined in the 1990s (multi-instrumentalist Eyadou Ag Leche, guitarist Elaga Ag Hamid, and percussionist Said Ag Ayad), a group of American musicians appear on the album. Accompanied by Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, Matt Sweeney from Chavez, Nashville fiddler Fats Kaplin, and poet Saul Williams, Emmaar (mixed by Vance Powell (Jack White, The Dead Weather ) is a richly layered listen solidified by atmospheric textures and gritty guitar-work.

    1. Toumast Tincha
    2. Chaghaybou
    3. Arhegh Danagh
    4. Timadrit In Sahara
    5. Imidiwan Ahi Sigdim
    6. Tahalamot
    7. Sendad Eghlalan
    8. Imdiwanin ahi Tifhamam
    9. Koud Edhaz Emin
    10. Emajer
    11. Aghregh Medin
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  • Folila Folila Quick View

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    Amadou & Mariam have long cultivated a spirit of openness that they often put into practice with musicians from all backgrounds and styles. Their journeys have allowed the couple to forge lasting friendships. M. and Vincent Segal were their guests, Keziah Jones and K'naan also interacted, the Lebanese trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf and British guitarist Johnny Marr were invited to jam while Manu Chao and Damon Albarn produced them with skill. No doubt, the Malian couple's history is written in the plural suggestive of their affinities.

    Their land, Mali, is currently one of the most attractive centers of globalized music. The couple still draws from their region's inspiration, a living spring they draw from beyond their region. Such is the strength of Folila, reflecting a growing openness to the world of music. The idea was to produce two albums: a crossover in New York, centered around meetings, and the other more roots in Bamako, with guests mainly African, says Marc-Antoine Moreau, their loyal manager and artistic director, with sound engineer Antoine Halet.

    Stage one was recorded in three weeks at the Cooper Square Hotel, which accommodated multiple guests, including Santigold, who puts her voice on Dougou Badia. Tunde and Kyp, the two poets of the combo TV On The Radio, slide naturally on Wally Katasso, a ballad mixed by Keni Takamoto, the sound engineer for Danger Mouse. As for Theophilus London, the young poet prints a subtle flow of soul-jazz onto Nebe Meri, perfectly fitting with Amadou's blues accents.

    Other esthete of great black music, Amp Fiddler brings some Detroit soul on Wari, before lending his keyboard lines onto Africa My Africa, boosted by Antibalas' section, the Afro-funk combo from Brooklyn, whose brass gleam here and there. As for Jake Shears, the soul of Scissor Sisters and a fan of the couple since a tour together in England, he served his high-pitched voice on the haunting disco blues of Metemya. Last but not least, Ebony Bones puts fire on C'est Pas Facile, a track that flirts with Congolese rumba and electro sounds.

    During stage two of the process, it was back to Bamako, for another three-week session, this time in the studios of Manjul, a prominent rastaman installed in Mali. He has a clear idea: to use the same basic track, the same tempo, the same tones, but putting it into perspective with long-time friends, like the percussionist Boubacar DembelÉ and Yaho the totemic bassist, and guests.

    Judge for yourself: Bassekou KouyatÉ and his ngoni, Idrissa Soumaoro on kamele ngoni, Toumani DiabatÉ on kora, Zu Tereta on monochord fiddle, Tuareg guitarist Abdallah Oumbadougou: all the best subtle strings of the universe are on this record. This album sounds at once organic and electronic, both roots and rock, both retro and futuristic, and totally unlike anything else.

    1. Dougou Badia (feat. Santigold)
    2. Wily Kataso (feat. Tunde & Kyp of TV On The Radio)
    3. Oh Amadou (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    4. Metemya (feat. Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters)
    5. Africa Mon Afrique (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    6. C'est Pas Facile Pour Les Aigles (feat. Ebony Bones)
    7. Wari (feat. Amp Fiddler)
    8. Nebe Miri (feat. Theophilus London)
    9. Another Way (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    10. Bagnale (feat. Abdallah Oumbadougou)
    11. Mogo (feat. Bertrand Cantat)
    12. Sans Toi
    13. ChÉrie
    Amadou & Mariam
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  • Ventura Ventura Quick View

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    In 2010, Antoine Hilaire and Florent Lyonnet released the first Jamaica album. Produced by Peter Franco, an American engineer known for his work with Daft Punk and Xavier de Rosnay, one half of Justice, 'No Problem' is boosted by a terrific single: 'I Think I Like U 2. Jamaica is taking off. Followed an almost two year tour, more than 150 shows around the world, and success from Paris to Tokyo.

    Jamaica felt ambitious when it was time to start working on their second album, without any weight or pressure : "On the contrary! We felt extremely light. We only realised that in a way we had to write our second first album."

    They started writing 'Ventura' in Paris, knowing they would start recording in Los Angeles, fed by both fantasies of American culture, gathered from records or movies, and the reality they discovered while touring several months in the U.S. "We often played in the U.S. during our first tour, and America as we know it now is not only spectacular and Hollywood-centered. It's also filled with clubs and cranked up amps."

    When they tell about the month they spent with Peter Franco in a rented house in Los Angeles to give life to their new songs, Antoine and Florent mention a discovery in a literal sense: "We thought about for a while naming this album 'Pinta, Nina, Santa Maria', like Christopher Columbus's ships." In the end, they named it 'Ventura'. For the musicians, the name reminds of its literal translation of "luck" and "fate", but also of the 72 Pontiac and of course, of Ventura Boulevard, one of the biggest roads in the San Fernando valley. It's also on Ventura Boulevard that Peter Franco set a house into a studio, where Jamaica locked itself for a month, surrounded by instruments borrowed from local musician friends, sometimes recording vocal takes while friends would walk across the living room to get fresh beverages from the fridge, heading to the pool.

    The duo is greeted with prestigious guests. One day, Tunde Adebimpe, TV On The Radio singer, sings soulful and worried vocals on 'Golden Times', another day, Chris Caswell, longtime collaborator of Paul Williams's gives them a hand with a few keyboard arrangements. Their friend DVNO writes and sings the song 'Goodbye Friday' with them in a few simple and entertaining work sessions.

    Jamaica comes back to Paris, where Antoine and Florent take back the numerous tracks recorded in the U.S., helped by their producer friend Samy Osta and his 2001 studio. They listen, select, arrange the many layers of music Peter Franco led them to gather, under the influence of his recent work on Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories'.

    Jamaica then settles in the Paris studio Tranquille Le Chat, where the owner Laurent d'HerbÉcourt just finished the recording of Phoenix's 'Bankrupt!'. Antoine and Florent find the perfect place to finish their record: it is bathed in daylight thanks to three large windows, which is seldom found in a studio. "To us, 'No Problem' shows a clubby and nightly aspect of the band, while 'Ventura' is meant to be the daylight album for Jamaica."

    The band came in to record a few tracks, but never left the place or Laurent d'HerbÉcourt. They kept pushing in the direction they fancied in Los Angeles, helped by the huge Neve mixing desk that stands in the middle of the studio. The intent was to create a new depth to the band's sound, mixing electronic habits and an almost magical approach to analogue gear: "Depending on the moment of the day, the sound of analogue gear changes, machines heat up, like living things. It was very exciting for us, Jamaica being usually digitally driven."

    Antoine and Florent's belief in a more organic sound was strengthened by Laurent d'HerbÉcourt: "While mixing, he definitely pushed us further towards a "radio" oriented direction, in the most noble and Fleetwood Mac sense of the word. A sunny pop that hides more sensibility when one really pays attention."

    Songs like 'Two on Two', 'Golden Times', 'All Inclusive' or 'Ferris Wheeler' are fueled by this feel good music to listen to while driving along the Pacific Ocean. Other tracks reveal new leads for Jamaica, from 'Turbo' and 'Same Smile's' post surf music to 'Rushmore's' power balladry.

    On the album cover stand the two Jamaica members, in a desert, in front of a plane and a wall made of guitar amps. Ready to take off?

    1. Two on Two
    2. Hello Again
    3. Houdini
    4. Golden Times
    5. All Inclusive
    6. Ferris Wheeler
    7. High Then Low
    8. Ricky
    9. Rushmore
    10. Turbo
    11. Same Smile
    12. Goodbye Friday
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