Go to http://flying-lotus.com/watch-until-the-quiet-comes-short-film. Music from Flying Lotus' new album 'Until The Quiet Comes', out October 1st/2nd. iTunes - http://glnk.it/1lk, Amazon - http://glnk.it/1ll, Bleep - http://glnk.it/1lm
Featured music, in order of appearance:
— See Thru To U (feat. Erykah Badu)
— Hunger (feat. Niki Randa)
— Getting There (feat. Niki Randa)
Flying Lotus - Until The Quiet Comes Short Film - Credits:
Directed By -- Kahlil Joseph
Music by -- Flying Lotus
Cinematography by -- Mattew J. Lloyd
Produced By -- Omid Fatemi
Video Commissioner - Laura Tunstall
Underwater Cameraman / 1st AC -- David Edsall
Edited by -- Luke Lynch
Steadicam by -- Dana Morris
VFX by -- Josh Foster @ Synapse FX
Andrew Curtis @ Square Pixel
Color by -- Sean Coleman @ Company3
Titles by -- Stephen Serrato
Styling by -- Elizabeth Birkett-Gibbs
Production/Camera Assistant -- Marcus Reposar
Location Manager -- Big Flip
Featuring -- Solomon Gibbs, Storyboard P, Ishmael Gibbs and Edwin Marcelin
Special Thanks to -- Laura Tunstall, Chris Gibbs, Alan Algee, Rodney Passe, Patrick O'brien-Smith, Panavision and the community of Nickerson Gardens
Filmed on 35mm in Los Angeles, CA
Producer Jnerio Jarel & MC MF DOOM make up JJ Doom and release a collabo that has people wanting a Sophomore album. Check out the video for one of my fav tracks off of KEY TO THE KUFFS; Guv'Nor
Kendra Morris may have stolen the show with her album Banshee. When your name is linked to the likes of DJ Premier and Johnny Mathis, you are automatically on people’s radar. Primo is considered one of the best if not the best at what he does and covering a Johnny Mathis song is no small task. Kendra Morris has proven she has the gift, the song “Concrete Waves” made a big splash last year and her cover of Mathis’ “No Love (But Your Love)” has been making the rounds on the blogosphere and the feedback has been nothing but positive.
As for my opinion, she’s a child of the Lauryn Hill generation, which puts her in good company if you ask me. She listened, learned, adapted and made her own music that has its own style and sound to it. Tracks like “Pow” and “Today” are fun, the production is strong and they had me playing them on repeat. Banshee; the title track is actually the last track off the album and is a fitting conclusion to a smooth dreamy musical experience.
FINAL MARK: A
When she isn't winning waacking dance battles, local songstress Samantha "Sam I Am" Hinds is making music. A powerful, soulful voice that stands out in a crowd, Samantha has been making tracks for sometime now. She recently released three singles on her bandcamp iamsam.bandcamp.com as a teaser for... well tune in on Da Cypha, Tuesday August 14th for what comes next.
Phantastiq Cypha Tuesdays from 6 - 8pm on CJLO 1690AM | Bell FibeTV CH950 | iTunes - College Radio
On Tuesday August 7th tune in to the Phantastiq Cypha as Conn Shawnery drops by to discuss his new album CS02:CONNDUCTION and what else he has planned for the near future. Don't thnk you can wait a week, check out Conn's bandcamp and his twitter to keep up on everything.
Phantastiq Cypha - Tuesday August 7th, 6pm EDT on CJLO 1690AM or CJLO.com
Have you ever asked yourself, how do I stop smoking? Local illusionist and hypnotist David Lion will explain how he can help you kick the habit. For those of you who don’t want to stop smoking, but love illusions, magic, mysticism and exploring the unknown, we’ll be discussing that on the Phantastiq Cypha this coming Tuesday July 31st between 6 and 8pm EDT. Catch the show on CJLO.com or 1690AM and Bell Fibe TV CH950 in Montreal.
No one can ever say that The Montreal Mirror wasn't a major part of this city. Love it or hate it you read it every week without fail. Those of you who didn't, well let just say you missed out; BIG. With a delicate balance of culture, politics, humour and genuine love for Montreal, the Mirror kept us all entertained and connected for the last 28 years. You didn't know what to do in the summer, they had you covered, you started your first semester and don't know the city, they got you there too and if you just needed a clue, the Mirror had that too.
With that said it is a sad day for Montreal when we lose another piece of the pie that makes this city so great. Money isn't everything, it can't buy you happiness but for the big wigs at Sun Media, it's enough of a factor to close down something that was worth more than just some final line on a budget. It was a place where people spoke their minds, people got discovered and a guy like me; who works in radio, can be a featured person and make his family proud.
So goodbye to the Montreal Mirror, thank you for being there, thank you for loving us and we will never forget you.
One day I got an email from a buddy over at Stones Throw with a link to this mixtape. I downloaded it and here I am reposting it because this mixtape is that good. This was my first introduction to Jonwayne and I have, bravo. In an era of hip hop where commercial tracks are killing the industry and the underground scene is thriving from the advances in affordable technology, Jonwayne is throwing it back. His flow may not be the most orginal, but his delivery is consistant and the beats are solid, which puts him leaps and bounds ahead of others. So download the mixtape, listen to the tracks and enjoy it for yourself.
Fav track - So Delirious