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Death Grips - Lord of The Game



After dropping their first single, "Full Moon (Death Classic)," Sacramento hip hop-noise hybrid Death Grips (featuring Zach Hill) just posted a new video for “Lord of the Game.” VHS-driven visuals continue to dominate DG’s aesthetic; a grainy, tornado-like spiral scrambles night shots of city streets and night clubs. Like “Full Moon,” a multi-faceted rage is felt throughout the track, but this time the noise element is overshadowed by an emphasis on neo-old school hip hop. The song wraps up with “Fuck where you’re from, fuck where you’re going, it’s all about where you’re at.” We couldn’t agree more: we totally wanna be where DG’s at. —Coco Zoabi, International Tapes


Altered Zones Features Death Grips



Five months ago, Zach Hill started jamming with some friends and neighbors around his hometown of Sacramento, CA. Overtime, their hangouts slowly mutated into a full-fledged hip hop project called Death Grips, which features two other collaborators, judging from the image at the bottom of their website, thirdworlds.net. The site launched earlier this month and has a staggering amount of output (two videos, six downloadable songs, and a gif!), all of which was created collaboratively by the Death Grips crew. While getting lost in the sea of multimedia waiting for you, be sure to treat your eyes and ears to the intense, visceral video for “Full Moon (Death Classic)”. —Ric Leichtung, Altered Zones (via Coco Zoabi)

MP3: Death Grips: “Full Moon (Death Classic)”

Download MP3s and a video on thirdworlds.net, keep your eyes peeled for Death Grips’ mixtape, out later this year


Altered Zones Features Therapies Son’s Still I Call


Therapies Son: "Still I Call"

Loving the cinematic swells on “Still I Call,” the closing track on Therapies Son's debut Over The Sea EP, which you can now stream in full on the 19-year-old Los Angeles native’s bandcamp. Think Broken Social Scene covering a lost outtake from The White Album, re-interpreted by a one-man-band with a soft spot for musical theater. —Emilie Friedlander, Altered Zones

MP3: Therapies Son: “Still I Call”

Over The Sea EP will be available for digital download on March 22nd via Sargent House, who are also prepping a 10” vinyl Record Store Day exclusive. On the 22nd, AZ contributors Transparent will be dropping the 10” in the UK


Altered Zones Features Therapies Son Video


Enjoying the pitch-perfect, Donovan/Lennon tribute vibes on this new track from Los Angeles 19-year-old Alex Jacob, who has been spinning guilt-free retro-pop gold under the Therapies Son moniker for more than a minute now. Footage from Altered StatesHEAD, and 2001: A Space Odyssey casts a wonderfully sinister shadow over this walking-pace feel-good ballad, which probably won’t summon images of centaurs, floating cruxifixes, and neon mermaids in itself, but might just convince you to “open your imagination, man.” —Emilie Friedlander, Altered Zones

Over The Sea EP will be available for digital download on March 22nd via Sargent House, who are also prepping a 10” vinyl Record Store Day exclusive. On the 22nd, AZ contributors Transparent will be dropping the 10” in the UK


What’s Next: Therapies Son

"Come over and experience California’s enigmatic THERAPIES SON knock it out of the park with this to-ing and fro-ing, galloping playground pop jam “Rose Red Rose”, in which the initial whispered, tender intones make way for technicolour orchestral bursts, glittering melody and breathless, merry-go-round waltzing. Boundless and beautiful.” - Transparent Blog

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