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Yoko Ono's video for "Bad Dancer," a track off her recent album Take Me To The Land Of Hell, might be the most diversely star-studded video of the year. Reggie Watts, Heems, Greg Saunier of Deerhoof,…   Read Story »
Some of you may remember the month of February, which was about eight months ago. On Valentine's Day, I released the trailer for a film I've been making called DOSA HUNT. Well, the movie is finally…   Read Story »
Fall has fallen, as they say. As a result this month's mix of ten tracks delivered right on time for September's grand finale has all the classic ingredients of a prosperous autumn: rap, punk,…   Read Story »
Summer is ending! And you have some work to do. Did you experience that season-defining moment? That rooftop conversation, that carefree weekend of intense interpersonal bonding? Did you find the…   Read Story »
Since last summer, our Amrit Singh has been making an independent short film called Dosa Hunt, starring Das Racist's Himanshu Suri and Ashok Kondabolu, Vampire Weekend's Rostam Batmanglij, Yeasayer's…   Read Story »
Das Racist's Heems just posted a new "love song" to tumblr. It's produced vy Mike Finito and samples "Bad Street" by Twin Sister, who rocked our CMJ showcase last night. Download below. Heems - "I…   Read Story »
To anyone on the Internet with even the slightest music nerd inclination, abstract Brooklyn rap group Das Racist has long been a giant, glowing orb to our mosquitolike existence; it was against our…   Read Story »
The prolific Twitter handle @heems sometimes doubles as a notification system for when the film Hitch is on TBS, which it turns out is very often. Now that love for discussing the Will Smith film and…   Read Story »
Alternet.com has given Das Racist's hyperactive Himanshu Suri space to unleash a straight think piece titled "Post 9/11 All Over Again," on the race-related hatred he encountered on the internet the…   Read Story »
Here's a quick stopgap track from the Das Racist crew, whose mixtape muscle flexed from from Dudes II Men last year, and are some number of tracks into their proper full-length debut apparently…   Read Story »