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British singer, songwriter Neon Hitch’s astounding voice and magnetic presence are creating waves internationally in the music industry. Her uncanny vocal range combined with an electric passion on the stage has spread from hometown London, to India to America.
Biophilia Live brings to a close an intense few years of activity from one of the most inventive artists working in the world of music.
The mighty scumdogs of GWAR have terrified A.V. Undercover with their presence twice before—first in the tiny round room with the definitive version of Kansas’ “Carry On Wayward Son,” then in the A/V Clubs new studio with a sideways glance at Billy Ocean’s “Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car.” – Get into GWARS complete twist on West End Girls.
Alaska Thunderfuck is here to let you know, you need to fix your face. With an amazing cameo by Mathu Andersen.
Hervé, one of the most acclaimed UK dance music producers and DJ’s of the past decade comes together with Mad Decent favorite, Zebra Katz, for this energetic track that is sure to make you want to get up and shake it. Zebra Katz brings us his signature minimalist rap and while Hervé provides uptempo instrumentals for a track that is sure to make way to dance floors everywhere.
Bitch, That Is NOT A Birkin – Vito Fun, Luther Riggs, Roxy Cottontail Featuring Asif Zaidi
The single will be the first taste of her upcoming thirteenth studio album, rumored to be called ‘Rebel Heart‘.
NYC gay rapper Le1f just released the video for his latest single “Sup”, from his current EP Hey, released last March.
NYC rapper Mykki Blanco was in Portugal earlier this week for a residency where was arrested, in his words, “for being gay.” As Pitchfork points out, he posted the following on Facebook.
It seems like only yesterday that the South African rave-rap trio Die Antwoord broke the music-blogging public’s brains with that Zef Side video, though in fact it’s been four years, and Ninja, Yo-Landi, and DJ Hi-Tek are gearing up for the release of their third record, Donker Mag.