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Switching gears forward, we are proud to present today’s starting lineup of stars with Not the 1s, Ryan Sambol, Thurst, The Last Hurrah!!, Manatree, Rose Sélavy, Ruane Maurice x We Are Temporary, Templo X, Möthersky, Bec Sandridge, Frugal Father, Jimmy Turturici, SiR, featuring guest selections from Prince SAMO, and more—in no particular order.

Ryan Sambol

Photographer Madeline Harvey catches Austin strange boy Ryan Sambol...

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Release Date: May 26, 2015

Lil NoiD hasn’t really made music in over 20 years. The Memphis native was growing in the local scene in the early ’90s and was discovered by Juicy J, a member of Three Six Mafia at the time. As a result of a limited release of cassette tapes, Lil NoiD’s debut, Paranoid Funk, became a rarity, until now.

More than 20 years later, Paranoid Funk is seeing a fresh circulation. While the album is not new, the bars and beats stand out in hip-hop’s current landscape as frenetic, weird, and enticing, fitting somewhere between Ratking and Danny Brown in style....

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Summer is a great time for a road trip—

And if you’re taking a convertible down to the Gulf Coast, from Galveston to Muscle Shoals, an ideal soundtrack would be the ‘70s-inspired rock and soul sound of The Suffers, who brought along that feeling with them, in a joyful sixty minute set at 7th Street Entry in Minneapolis. , and others. Heavenly States: Ted Nesseth The evening began with a straight ahead indie rock set from fellow Texans, The Heavenly States, a California-transplanted band led by Ted Nesseth, which rose from the ashes of his earlier punk-influenced Fluke Starbucker. Nesseth shared...

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During the ’90s, Three 6 Mafia weren’t the only ones to make noise in the city of Memphis. There was a hoard of underground cats making spooky trap music that never got their just due. Lil’ Noidis one of those unsung heroes.

Discovered by Juicy J, the eerie songs from Noid didn’t quite break through to the mainstream in 1995, but die hard fans of the early Memphis sound know what he’s about. The vinyl press up of the re-release is available for purchase here.

Stream below…

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Over the last few years Fractal Fantasy has become the world’s primary source for otherworldly textures, both aural and visual. The brain child of Barcelona-based producers Sinjin Hawke and Zora Jones, Fractal Fantasy is not a label; it’s a nebulous platform for the creative...

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Glasgow's clubs are home to a multitude of sounds; from techno to grime, house to hip hop, there’s a night to cater for almost everyone. This Friday, Glasgow’s Southern rap crew will definitely be on one as local producer, Inkke, invites DJ Halloween and The Blessings to throw down at the Art School on a night dedicated to low-slung beats, rumbling sub-bass and pitched down vocals.

As a reaction to East and West Coast rap, the Southern sound (rooted in cities like Memphis, Houston and Atlanta), peaked in the early to mid 2000s, with artists like Three...

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May 24, 2015 21:33:36 GMT

      <p>The Three 6 Mafia founding member collapses from exhaustion and has to seek medical help at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital.</p>




       <p> was forced to cancel his concert in San Francisco due to health issue. The...</p>
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During Three 6 Mafia‘s brightest days, they were a duo: DJ Paul and Juicy J. Since the duo split in 2011, Juicy J has released such hit singles as “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Bounce It.” DJ Paul, on the other hand, has yet to crack the charts with any of his solo efforts. His latest track is “Live in the Mix” which features Dorrough Music. Although the track may not have what it takes to be a mainstream hit, it certainly proves that DJ Paul is still one of the top...

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TGOD. Juicy J joins forces with his fellow Taylor Wiz Khalifa in the video for “Whole Thang” off February’s Blue Dream & Lean 2 mixtape.

The Mike WiLL Made-It production is a hardcore strip-club monster, and the video doesn’t hold back in illustrating Juicy’s flashy, psychedelic lifestyle. He and Wiz stand amid a field of blank TVs and colored poles, while women writhe all around them. It’s pure nightlife debauchery from two guys with plenty of experience in the field.

Juicy’s album Pure THC: The Hustle Continues is still awaiting a...

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