10 videos you need in your life this week

10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 10 months ago · Music

Avey Tare – HORS

Your daily dose of psychedelia is offered by Avey Tare who has just released his new album called Cows on Hourglass Pond.
In the video for HORS you can see a number of horses you’ve never seen in your life.

Chicano Batman, Caloncho – Hablame

On one side a colorful animated video which is inspired by 70s and a tropical track rich in melody which features the vocal performance from the Mexican indie artist Caloncho. On the other side some kind of melancholy that breaks your heart.

CLAVDIO – Nacchere

The Ground’s Oranges collective always delights us with beautiful videos.

VanJess – Honeywheat

This video slips smoothly like a forefinger on a satin slip dress. Their sound is so soft, elegant, sinuous and has a fascinating 90s patina that we can’t resist.

Weyes Blood – Movies

And now a Weyes Blood-directed movie of which we ourselves are the protagonists.

We are enamored with Movies. Our generation is the most cinematically saturated of all time. Videotapes, DVD’s, streaming… Spielberg…all of it has thrust us into an endless loop of consumption. They provide formative experiences as children, standing larger than life before our fragile adolescent minds. I wanted to take a look into the emotionally manipulative powers of Movies – how have Movies succeeded in telling the myths of our time? How have they failed (miserably)? What is the consequent effect on a society of beings looking for themselves in the myths on the screen? It’s safe to say that they have failed us, but I can’t help it…I love Movies”.

Ryan Pollie – Aim Slow

You can cry from now until the end of time.

Teyana Taylor – Issues / Hold On

I know you’re envying Teyana for marrying the most beautiful rapper of all, aka A$AP Rocky. But… You have to watch the rest of the story!

Mereba – Stay Tru

Mereba has dropped her debut album, The Jungle is The Only Way Out, on February via Interscope.
Press play and fall in love with her.

Joy Crookes – Since I Left You

I swear this is the last sad thing I show you today. But, how beautiful it is, come on.

No Vacation – Yam Yam

So, this is a fantastic long shot rich in dream pop and good vibes. Have a nice weekend!

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Listen now to Patience, the new single by Tame Impala

Listen now to Patience, the new single by Tame Impala

Claudia Fuggetti · 10 months ago · Music

Tame Impala are finally back with the new single Patience, a song with sounds influenced by disco music and psychedelic rock, so much so that some anger makes you think of Duke by Genesis.

We remember that Patience is the first extract of the band years after Currents, an album that was nominated for Grammy in 2015. For the moment, the details of their new project have not yet emerged, but the expectation is great since they were announced headliner for the Saturday day of Coachella 2019.

Listen to Patience below:

Ascolta ora Patience, il nuovo singolo dei Tame Impala | Collater.al
Ascolta ora Patience, il nuovo singolo dei Tame Impala | Collater.al
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10 videos you need in your life this week

10 videos you need in your life this week

Claudia Maddaluno · 10 months ago · Music

ROSALÍA, J Balvin – Con Altura ft. El Guincho

High-altitude reggaeton. ROSALÍA and J Balvin team up on new song Con Altura, accompanied by a very humble video which shows Versace baroque prints and sexy latin vibes. Fly high!

Papooz – Theatrical State of Mind

“Once upon a time,
Ulysse le Sévère, the blood thirsty King of Burgundy invites a couple of twins minstrels to play music in his castle.
Just when you think you’re safe… you’re in more danger!
A french tale of revenge, lust & forgiveness”

If you like watching some conspiracies at the court, have a sit on the throne.

Denzel Curry – Black Balloons ft. Goldlink

Denzel Curry shares surreal video for Black Balloons, from TA13OO album. Here is the sequence of events: drugs, beautiful women, jail.

Masamasa – Tutto di te

Make yourself comfortable on the IKEA sofa watching Masamasa become a star but still doesn’t know how it works with indie girls.

Phum Viphurit – Hello, Anxiety

I know that it was released last Friday, but I can’t not mention it in this week list. Dance like Phum Viphurit with the anxiety at 2:49.

maggio – Sconto

Ok, you still don’t know maggio but it’s not too late. He is a young Roman rapper who works with the klen sheet crew, and here is another track produced by zteph from his debut album Manuale di sopravvivenza per fiati corti, out on May 7.
Watch the sunset and let this hit move you like fresh air from the balcony.

Mox – Qualcosa di speciale

I can’t tell you the story because Mox and Marco Brancato do it better.

NAO – Orbit (A Colors Show)

NAO takes us into “Orbit”.

Maverick Sabre – Glory

And now take a deep breathe and watch this beautiful video.

Andrew Bird – Manifest

We can’t stop watching it. Play, play, and play again.

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10 of the best trap tracks, according to IRBIS37

10 of the best trap tracks, according to IRBIS37

Claudia Maddaluno · 10 months ago · Music

IRBIS37 is the new project led by the singer/songwriter Martino and the producers Lugos.lux and d.Noise. The three have been playing together in north of Milan since 2017 and last Friday they released a new EP titled Schicchere via Undamento label (Frah Quintale, Ceri, Dola).

Their work mixes trap and black music with Pino Daniele-inspired soul, creating a very mesmerizing sound.

We invited IRBIS37 to name ten tracks that made the history of trap music.

BONES – Dirt

BONES was one of the first to blend that heavy sound and creepy /metal imagery with the trap, creating a current that has changed over time (Suicideboys, Ghostemane ecc).

XXXTentacion – Look At Me!

This track (but more generally the entire “Revenge” album) marks the consolidation of a new approach.

Smokepurpp – Fingers Blue ft. Travis Scott

A detailed range of sound image choices. In this track the sound treatment is a part of the artistic process.

Young Thug – Harambe

Incredible use of voice. It’s just insane!

Meek Mill – R.I.C.O. ft. Drake

They dissed each other after this track’s release. That was one of the best Drake’s moment.

Kodak Black – Tunnel vision

Kodak Black became an all star with this single. After this song, he dropped hits only.

NAV – Call Me

The year of consecration of Metro Boomin. This breezy track is about a strange melancholy that even the artist doesn’t fully understand.

Bryson Tiller – Exchange

Bryson Tiller represents the new generation of RnB and soul music mixed with the trap. Moreover, his vocal is impeccable.

Tory Lanez – Shooters

Great style and incredible mastery of the sound.

Suicideboys – Low Key

The hip hop duo from New Orleans has helped to spread a new wave of trap in a different way that never before, combining different genres with a style wholly unique of their own.

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B for Billie Eilish

B for Billie Eilish

Claudia Maddaluno · 10 months ago · Music

Every time we are overwhelmed by a new phenomenon, we need to define it, give it a name, identify it and compare it to something we already know to try to reduce its complexity. That’s the way we are.

But when we are faced with Billie Eilish every attempt we make goes to shit. And that’s because when we believe we have finally found the key, at the end we realize that it’s only half valid or that it’s not at all.

On the contrary, at just 17 she already knows everything about us.
They say that when someone understand our weaknesses we are completely fucked and so we are when Billie Eilish says that she knows what we are afraid of.

I just love the idea of glorifying people’s biggest fears. You know, people are freaked out by needles, people are freaked out by things under the bed and people are really afraid of the dark … I just really wanted something that’s going to kind of make you jump a little bit” – she said in an interview with NPR.

And we are freaked out by the things we don’t know, like that place where we go when we all fall asleep. But even more we are afraid of the people we can’t define, like her.

Here’s everything we know about Billie Eilish.
She is seventeen-year-old singer-songwriter from LA who started making music in her bedroom when she was 13 by uploading Ocean Eyes, a soul track produced by Finneas O’Connell, her older brother, on Soundcloud. In 2017 she released her debut EP, dont smile at me.

She used to write the titles of her songs in lowercase, she often changes hair color, she likes Tierra Whack, she has 16.3 million followers on Instagram.

But… what do we talk about when we talk about Billie Eilish? This we still do not know.
Does she scare us? Well, in a sense, yes, but we are hopelessly fascinated by her as we are by horror movies, or by the unknown.

After the release of When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish was defined as “the new kind of pop star“, “the future“, “global icon” and things like that.
I agree more with something like “Billie Eilish is everything the music needs in the future”, because, although it’s easy to reduce her music to pop, I believe that her debut shows us how uncertain are the borders of her sound.

Across these 14 songs, Billie Eilish talks about Gen-Z’s hunger for reality, mixing pop and electro-pop with folk and EDM. So, somewhere in the album we think we got it: “ok, Billie Eilish makes pop music”, but then she arrives with another track that makes us say “ok, no… this is EDM”, and then another one that… “WTF???”.

The productions are strange and beautiful, sometimes hard and distorted, sometimes warm and delicate. Similarly, sometimes we see her laughing and joking in the interviews, and sometimes we see black pitch dripping from her eyes.

Probably we don’t understand her because she belongs to the post-millennial generation, or to another solar system. But she is real.
She is not a dream, she is not a nightmare. She is Billie Eilish.

From now on, the letter “B” of the music alphabet belongs to her.


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