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De La Soul have put out a new track called "The People" featuring Public Enemy's Chuck D. "The idea for the song came from a couple of samples, and the track's vibe is earnest and has a pressing tone…   Read Story »
Every now and then, it's good to reorient your perspective. At any given more established or mainstream festival stocked with your usual indie mainstays, No Age wouldn't come across as too out there…   Read Story »
Last night brought the 18th Annual Webby Awards, where Ylvis' captivatingly bizarre video for "What The Fox Say?" won for Best Viral Video. Appearing to hand off the award were Stephen Malkmus and…   Read Story »
The results of the 18th annual Webby Awards are in, selected by an International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences (IADAS) panel including Ariana Huffington, Kevin Spacey, and Tumblr founder David…   Read Story »
Ever since they posted almost their entire discography for free download last month, the great pioneering rap trio De La Soul have been rolling, with three new projects in the works. The first of…   Read Story »
De La Soul, one of the greatest rap groups of all time, have been away for a while, but they've suddenly kicked back into high gear, and they've got three projects in the works. The first of those is…   Read Story »
In his first two days at SXSW, Damon Albarn played a career-spanning set for NPR and performed two new songs on Kimmel. He was not remotely done. He did a bunch of songs from his forthcoming album…   Read Story »
Last month, De La Soul marked the 25th anniversary of their classic debut album 3 Feet High And Rising by, for one day, offering seven of their albums for free download. And now De La, who haven't…   Read Story »
Because of the changing nature of sampling laws, many of the greatest albums of rap's late-'80s/early-'90s "golden age" simply couldn't be made now; the sampling fees would be prohibitively…   Read Story »
De La Soul, the great starry-eyed experimental pranksters of rap's first golden era, haven't released an album in nine years, though they've been an active live entity ever since then. Today, they…   Read Story »