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This year, Dr Pepper Studio has been pairing established producers with up-and-coming artists to release a trio of EPs, stocked with fresh, genre-blending tracks. In the latest installment, Los…   Read Story »
TV On The Radio member and producer-to-the-stars Dave Sitek released a solo album under his Maximum Balloon alias four years ago, but he doesn't often release music under his own name. His new song…   Read Story »
Since she first emerged in the early Neptunes days, the Harlem singer Kelis has long been one of the great experimenters in R&B, a voice capable of injecting irrepressible personality into the most…   Read Story »
We first posted "Jerk Ribs," Kelis's first collaboration with the TV On The Radio production mastermind Dave Sitek, 10 months ago, when it was still called "Call On Me." The percussive soul-funk…   Read Story »
Kelis was the Neptunes' original star collaborator, and she's spent a decade and a half on the bleeding edge of R&B and dance-pop. Last year, she released "Call On Me," a single that TV On The…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P, released their ridiculously great self-titled album earlier this year as a free download, but if people in Europe were dying to pay money for it,…   Read Story »
For more than a decade now, Kelis has fused R&B grit to futuristic dance-pop blips, and her newest single may be the oldest-sounding thing she's ever recorded, though that doesn't mean there's…   Read Story »
When Oasis were at their absolute peak, the very heart of their appeal was plainly the incomparable voice of their primary vocalist, Liam Gallagher, one of the great singers of the '90s. When Oasis…   Read Story »
In April, we heard a few remixes of Norah Jones's Little Broken Hearts cuts by TVOTR figurehead Dave Sitek. Today, we have a pair of new tracks that feature that same dynamic, where Sitek lends his…   Read Story »
Liam Gallagher and Beady Eye (aka Oasis minus Noel Gallagher) aren't exactly known for being adventurous, forward-thinking musicians: They've made a career out of aping the Beatles; they were most…   Read Story »