“The Mint” is the second single dropped ahead of Earl Sweatshirt’s third record Some Rap Songs. It has been a long break for the twenty-four-year-old artist, whose last LP came out in 2015 (I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside).
This new branch of Discogs will be dedicated to CD’s, rare cassettes, early-press vinyls and limited edition pieces that would normally be very hard to find.
On January 1st, the Thelonious Monk Institute will change names, following a request put in by the Monk Estate.
The legendary bassist Marcus Miller features Belgian singer-songwriter Selah Sue on the new music video for “Que Sera Sera”–watch it here.
New Thundercat Track, “King of the Hill,” Features Bad Bad Not Good and Flying Lotus. It Forms Part of Brainfeeder X, the 10th Anniversary Compilation Album for Flying Lotus’ Celebrated Label. Listen Here.
The status of jazz in the United States continues to rise into cultural heritage territory. After the person and the work, it is now the space in which Coltrane composed that is being commemorated.