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Last week Shaquille O'Neal announced plans for a sequel to his widely panned cult classic 1994 video game, Shaq Fu, funded in part through Indiegogo. The goal behind Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is…   Read Story »
Last fall we heard "Gauchos," a collaboration between New York rap collective Ratking and Black Dice member Eric Copeland commissioned by Converse for an upcoming compilation called CONS EP VOL. 1.…   Read Story »
The Justin Timberlake-co-owned new Myspace apparently launched today, despite the fact that registration has already been opened to the public and the editorial has been delivering a lot of content.…   Read Story »
Stereogum's recaps and photos from SXSW continue... Encrust @ Mohawk Outdoor (PITCHFORK/SHOW NO MERCY), 12:30PM The Show No Mercy showcase at House Of Vans (aka Mohawk) started early. Like,…   Read Story »
We're less than a week away from the release of Trash Talk's 119, their first album to be released on Odd Future's label. We've already heard one song from the album, the ferocious "F.E.B.N.," and…   Read Story »
I never expected to use the word "Lynchian" to describe a 2 Chainz video, but that happened this week. Yet again, we've got a complete avalanche of idiosyncratic visions and brainpan-expoding imagery…   Read Story »
"F.E.B.N.," the new song from feral Sacramento hardcore band and newly minted Odd Future affiliates Trash Talk, is a minute and a half of screams and juddering riffs, and it somehow still stands as a…   Read Story »
Trash Talk's scathing, violent hardcore has been captured on a handful of excellent releases, but the band's profile skyrocketed when they signed to Odd Future Records and started playing legendarily…   Read Story »
When I entered the Best Buy Theater, I walked past the box office and immediately braced myself as a lanky guy with long shorts, a baggy T-shirt, and a basketball hat trudged toward me with two…   Read Story »
To cap off last night's Odd Future Records bazaar, Trash Talk played a late night set at Williamsburg's 285 Kent. Left Brain DJed before Trash Talk took the stage, so you know OF made their presence…   Read Story »