Thundercat brought his Drunk tour to The Paradise last week, making us question reality via bass-playing and Uber drivers.
We picked our 30 favorite EPs of 2015 for your listening pleasure.
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We traveled to Happy Valley, Oregon to check out the country’s hidden gem of a music festival known as Pickathon
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By Ben Stas Photos by Ben Stas If you expected that Flying Lotus’ current live show would reflect the chilled-out, buy downtempo vibes of his 2012 record Until the Quiet Comes, you’d be dead wrong. Steven Ellison, who’s been making jazz-inflected experimental electronica under the Flying Lotus moniker since 2006, shook the Sunday night malaise […]