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Welcome to another installment of 2020k’s Infrasound: A word used to describe frequencies underneath the human hearing range. In this way, we hope to bring under the radar, unsigned, and independent music to your attention to get word out about … Continue reading
A lot of cool things are happening in pop music right now in regards to political, innovative Sri Lankan rapper Maya Arulpragasam, better known under the alias M.I.A. Not only is she a confirmed featured artist on Madonna’s upcoming MDNA … Continue reading
Ooh la la! (Get it?) I’m gonna need some A&E attention and some Black Cherries after this Twist of Happiness! (Get it? Get it? Get it? GET IT?!?!) Goldfrapp has delivered some of the most original music seen in the … Continue reading
“It’s like Whitney, but imagine if Bruce Springsteen had a baby with Whitney Houston — that’s what it is,” she said. “And that was it! We made a baby. Finally. After all that fornication, miserably long and tedious, Fernando and … Continue reading
Imogen Heap has done more than keep her promise of releasing one song every three months for the next three years by giving us quite a fantastic surprise: two new songs! “Neglected Space” aka #heapsong3 & “Minds Without Fear” (apparently … Continue reading
Massive Attack Vs Burial track “Four Walls” Surfaces, Limited Edition Vinyl Copy Pre-orders Sell Out Fast!
In 2009, Massive Attack’s Grant Marshall got all of of our Downtempo loving hopes up in an interview with Clash Music stating that Dubstep/Ambient Electronic artist Burial had been given access to the band’s latest release Heligoland and was to … Continue reading
Despite Denmark band Aqua’s cheeky, cheap pop Barbie girl sound they’ve come to garnish a reputation of, they’ve produced a catalog of slower, adult contemporary sounding songs throughout their career that have been criminally underrated and shoved to the side … Continue reading