Beats Antique “Revival”

This video is over the top beautiful – really amazing art direction. Miles Copeland, brother of Steward Copeland of The Police, and Zoe Jakes, the belly dancer, head this project; a mix of electronic, funk, world and experimental beats.

What’s New In Music This Week

This Week: Red Hot Chili Peppers drop album number ten; Balam Acab inspires ooos and ahhs; Lil Wayne takes a stab at The Throne; CSS’ nu-rave sex punk; Zach Hill and Hella’s ferocious math rock.

Robin Guthrie “Monument” (Live)

KEXP shows their outrageous coolness by having Robin Guthrie in the studio. Co-founder of Cocteau Twins, he’s also worked with Wolfgang Press, Chapterhouse, Lush and Dif Juz in addition to releasing his own instrumental albums.

Mixtape: Al Lover “Distorted Reverberations”

Al Lover sent us this mixtape and it’s fast becoming one of my new favorites. “Distorted Reverberations” continues Al’s journey into fuzzed out boom-bap chaos, with a collection of some of today’s best garage and psych-rock tunes chopped up into tweaked-out, neck-snapping instrumental hip-hop slabs.

Clams Casino “Instrumentals”

Don’t sleep on this one. Clams Casino is a young New Jersey based producer who works out of his mother’s attic. Beautiful but melancholic, full of lush vocals and sparkling samples, the tracks created for Lil B, Soulja Boy and Havoc stand strong without the vocals.