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IPaintMyMind Audio Series: Episode 44 – A.Pitch | XmitFrsh

June 14th, 2016 Posted by Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

For episode 44, my love for instrumentals guided me to seek the help of A.Pitch | XmitFrsh for this next mix. I’ve known this cat for a long time, to me he’s super fresh and I’m glad to be able to have him be a part of our audio mix series. Enjoy Episode 44!

IPaintMyMind Audio Series: 43 – K-Fresh

May 11th, 2016 Posted by Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

For episode 43, I sought the help of K-Fresh for this mix. He’s a guy that I met because of my respect for Dilla and my love for the Detroit movement.

IPaintMyMind Audio Series: Episode 42 – Dubulation Inna Dubylon by Cosmos Ray

November 18th, 2015 Posted by Chicago, Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

Sean Doe has done it again, connecting us with Cosmos Ray, the creator of Dubulation Inna Dubylon. It’s hard to believe we haven’t had a reggae mix or a dub mix until now, and it’s equally hard to deny how awesome it is now that it’s arrived.

Chelsea Wolfe Bears Her Bright Storm Down Upon the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY

October 5th, 2015 Posted by Concert Photos, Featured, Music, New York No Comment yet

Chelsea Wolfe has said that there is a brightness in her shadow – a highlight to the looming Gothic image that well represents some of her music, as seen decked across fashion magazines and iconic photo shoots. Wolfe’s visual aesthetic is as well received as her music, which ranges from an elegant singer-songwriter folk style layered with harmonies to the heaviest in slow, brooding, sometimes-byzantine industrial, electronic and metal. There is a glow that comes from the darkness when she performs, and seeing her band live is nothing short of incredible, year after year.

IPaintMyMind Audio Series: Episode 41 – Uncle El

September 28th, 2015 Posted by Chicago, Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

This time, we’re proud to include Uncle El, a dude who is a vital part of Chicago’s music scene.

IPaintMyMind Audio Series: Episode 40 – DJ Paul Harris

July 7th, 2015 Posted by Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

DJ Paul Harris hooked it up with this one! Download Episode 40, only on IPaintMyMind.

French DJ’s Create Radiooooo.com, An Interactive Streaming Music Map

July 6th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Interviews, Music No Comment yet

Turkish downbeat tracks from the 80’s or Japanese folk music from the 1950’s, it’s all at your fingertips via the streaming music map at Radiooooo.com.

Mogwai and the Art of Subtle Initiation

April 13th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

skipping that one third track from the fourth album. You need to protect the work itself; make sure your listening party experiences those same highs, and are moved by that morose chord structure that brings chills to your spine, so find one album as the centerpiece that resonates the most with your intended audience. At the end of 2014, Mogwai incidentally released the perfect entry-level companion for new listeners while delivering a tasty morsel to their avid fans.

Nicky Lars Transcends Borders on Musica Negra

March 25th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Music No Comment yet

While Music Negra is a dense album that goes back to African roots in the clave, or 80s dance music on the keyboards, it is also a powerful piece of art which merges these dispersed sounds together seemlessly with soul, jazz and hip-hop.

The Refreshing Sounds of Father John Misty

March 24th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Music No Comment yet

This autobiographical tell-all about life as we know it nails the folk sentiment of the Millennial generation. It’s called Folk because it’s the music of the people. This voice is loud and clear and not likely going away anytime soon.