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Polyglot dance synthesists Lemonade are working on the full-length followup to their superfine Pure Moods EP, today offering a stopgap by way of this cover of Shai's 1994 R&B jam "The Place Where You…   Read Story »
Single art wise, Pusha T gets some prime billing on Kanye's latest G.O.O.D. Fridays track -- conversationally, Pusha T is getting some prime billing thanks to the overall endorsement Kanye's given…   Read Story »
One of this year's finer short-players came from Lemonade and their EP Pure Moods, and over its construction (and now its remix reconstruction), the trio's shown a knack for tapping tasteful sounds,…   Read Story »
Welcome to summer, welcome to free and legally downloadable summer jams. Time to CELEBRATE on ROOFTOPS. But you know, oil spills. And crazy people waiting in lines for phones for hours. And poorly…   Read Story »
Here's another take on Lemonade's Pure Moods standout "Lifted." Where the liquid-squished, dub and steel-drummed original was all sunsets and sandy hearts, this remix by Le Chev (the production…   Read Story »
Lemonade's dubby, steel-drum hummed, liquid-squished Pure Moods come-on "Lifted" got me gushy twice over (in track and video form); enter George Lewis Jr. aka Brooklyn's Twin Shadow (not to be…   Read Story »
Earlier today the dudes in Delorean tweeted "stage diving is the new move." Which may just seem like good advice because it beats the shit out of stillness (unless we're talking dirty), but I'll…   Read Story »
[Editor's Note: The following guest post is by Ryan Muir, one of NYC's most hardworking and talented photographers. After spending the better part of five days lugging his camera equipment all over…   Read Story »
"Lifted" is the first single from Lemonade's excellent new EP Pure Moods. Along with Wild Nothing and Beach House, it's dominating my playcounts this year. This track pits dubby bass to a riff of…   Read Story »
Percussive BK outfit Lemonade are working shit out on their great, heavily rotated new five-track EP Pure Moods, the followup to last year's self-titled full-length debut. The trio's tracks hit the…   Read Story »