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I'm always wrong about this kind of thing, but there's some vague possibility that the soundtrack to Divergent, the forthcoming YA sci-fi movie, could be some younger generation's version of the…   Read Story »
The first question we found ourselves faced with when compiling this list of the week's five best songs was pretty simple: Should we just pick our five favorite songs from BEYONCÉ? Would any other…   Read Story »
Producer Clams Casino has worked wonders for rappers like Soulja Boy and Lil B, crafting deeply soulful productions underneath their goofy lyrics. This year he found himself on some major albums by…   Read Story »
As part of a recent promotional push, HP Computers hired the Chicago rap youngster (and recent Mixtape Of The Week honoree) Vic Mensa and visionary producer Clams Casino to head into the studio…   Read Story »
Grand Theft Auto V season is in full swing, and we have heard a bunch of music from its in-game soundtrack from Future, Wavves, Twin Shadow, and Tyler, The Creator. Today, we get an offering from the…   Read Story »
Ellery James Roberts, former frontman of now-defunct Manchester band WU LYF, has released solo material via Tumblr. According to one post, the song "Kerou's Lament" was "scripted/produced & sang…   Read Story »
A few days late but stacked with excellence, here is your collection of May's absolute jams. For optimal ease of consumption, you'll find it here in three forms: a 12-track downloadable zip of the…   Read Story »
Here's a comparison that makes so much sense that nobody, except the actual collaborators, thought of it: DOOM's muttered free-associative raps over Clams Casino's murmuring rap dreamscapes. The two…   Read Story »
In 1959, Ornette Coleman released The Shape of Jazz To Come, a record with content almost as audacious as its title. Forty-seven years later, Coleman at least partially fulfilled his own challenge…   Read Story »
These days, many of his best tracks seem to be instrumentals or remixes, so it may be time for me to stop referring to Clams Casino as a "cloud-rap producer." Further evidence: "Pull Me Down," in…   Read Story »