Exclusive: Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul Talks New Album & New Latin Restaurant

Crunk Artist Dropped “Underground Vol. 17,” Opening “Fernando’s Hideout” In 2018 Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul made his name in crunk music that chronicled he and his bandmates’ love lean and questionable young ladies. But the Academy Award-winning artist has decided to indulge his other passion – cooking – with a foray into the restaurant biz. Paul said he has […]

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Watch Armin van Buuren DJ Back to Back with Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano in Ibiza

Armin van Buuren has been all over rotops this summer DJing b2b sets. Recently he took the decks with in Amsterdam ahead their B2B set during ADE this October. This week, Armin teamed up with his UR Residecy pals Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano for an epic b2b session atop the Ushuaia Tower in Ibiza. In keeping with the chiller […]

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Singles Club: Frank Ocean is an Aphex Twin nerd just like the rest of us

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, a selection our writers work their way through the new music the past seven days. This week, there’s another loosie from Frank Ocean, our second glimpse at what Jessie Ware is cooking up for her upcoming album, and a blast from the past as N.O.R.E collaborates with Pharrell once more. Elsewhere, Ty Dolla $ign […]

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Myrkur expands the horizons of black metal and dream pop on her nightmare-fueled new album

FACT Rated is our new series digging into the sounds and stories the most vital breaking artists around right now. Next, Miles Bowe meets Amalie Bruun whose one-woman metal project Myrkur shifts from dreamy to nightmarish with a whip-cracking intensity on her new album Mareridt. Myrkur is front and center on the cover her harrowing sophomore album Mareridt, but for […]

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A week-long trip into drone and techno at MUTEK Montréal 2017

MUTEK is a Montréal institution and has survived almost two decades, highlighting peculiar electronic music from throughout the world. John Twells headed north for another year to examine the festival in 2017, as arts funding dwindles and the perceived usefulness creativity is put into focus once more. MUTEK Montréal is not for the faint heart. It’s an ambitious, long-form event […]

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John Carpenter revisits his classics on new album Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998

Hear a re-recorded take on his theme for the underrated In The Mouth Of Madness. As legendary for his film scores as his films, John Carpenter will now revisit his many his best moments on Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998, a new album due on Sacred Bones this October. Working with the same collaborators as his Lost Themes album (his son […]

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Samuel L. Jackson And Magic Johnson Mistaken For ‘Lazy’ Italian Migrants

Samuel L. Jackson and Magic Johnson were the center a social experiment this past week, which brought out people’s true politics. The two high-prile stars were mistaken for migrants on holiday in Tuscany, Italy and the social media world went nuts. Jackson and Johnson (company name anyone?) were hanging together at a popular tourist spot in Tuscany. Magic tweeted out a […]

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Filmchilla Gets Sued By Coachella and It's Obvious Why

Be careful how you choose the name your next venture. Festival giant Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival has trademarked many aspects it’s name and logo. Actually the suffix “chella” has been defended with such scrutiny that Coachella has defended it in court. Coachella’s most recent trademark defense case involves the small film festival Filmchilla Joshua Tree, California. Parent company Coachella, […]

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Nick Cave is getting his own graphic novel biography

Watch a trailer for it now. Nick Cave is the subject a new graphic novel biography titled Nick Cave: Mercy On Me. The book comes from graphic novelist Reinhard Kleist who previously wrote a biography Johnny Cash. The 328-page book follows Cave from his childhood and through his work with The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds. According to the […]

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