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Migos’ Offset Released From Hospital After Car Crash: Report

Migos’ Offset Released From Hospital After Car Crash: Report
  • Migos’ Offset Released From Hospital After Car Crash: Report FWC: Migos’ Offset Released From Hospital After Car Crash: Report

    He is reportedly “expected to be OK”

  • Gasper Noé hated Black Panther and the “R&B music” soundtrack FWC: Gasper Noé hated Black Panther and the “R&B music” soundtrack

    Gasper Noé doesn’t make the kind of films that are everyone’s tastes. An auteur to the core, the director is known for sensibility-shocking works like Love and the forthcoming Climax. So maybe it shouldn’t be such a surprise that Noé doesn’t care much for the type of blockbusters that seem to please audiences at large — like the record-shattering Black Panther. “I tried Black Panther,”…

  • Seven Lions Drops Collaboration With Kill The Noise, Tritonal & HALIENE, “Horizon” FWC: Seven Lions Drops Collaboration With Kill The Noise, Tritonal & HALIENE, “Horizon”

    Though it doesn’t officially drop until tomorrow, Proximity has uploaded the massive collaboration between Seven Lions, Kill The Noise, Tritonal, and HALIENE, “Horizon,” a day early to the pleasure of literally everyone. This one has been played in all of their sets for months now, and to finally have a full release is akin to some other very pleasurable release,…

  • New Music: Pharrell Williams & Camila Cabello – ‘Sangria Wine’ FWC: New Music: Pharrell Williams & Camila Cabello – ‘Sangria Wine’

    Wine up. Just in time for summer, Pharrell Williams and Camila Cabello join forces on their highly-anticipated collaboration “Sangria Wine.” Over Pharrell’s hypnotic rhythm, the former Fifth Harmony songstress pays homage to her Cuban roots with Spanish lyrics, while Pharrell provides instructions for the dance floor: “Moving side to side, front and behind / Do the sangria wine.” Camila, whose…

  • Stream Nav’s Debut Album ‘Reckless’ FWC: Stream Nav’s Debut Album ‘Reckless’

    After collaborating with the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B, Nav is ready to make his debut. The Toronto rapper-producer gets Reckless on his first album, which arrives today via XO/Republic Records. In addition to “Freshman List” and the Lil Uzi Vert-assisted “Wanted You,” Nav calls on his famous friends including Travis Scott (“Champion”), Quavo (“Faith”), and Gunna (“Eat”) for…

  • Navigating the technosphere with Ø [Phase]: a pre-Movement discussion FWC: Navigating the technosphere with Ø [Phase]: a pre-Movement discussion

    An enigmatic persona exists deep within the techno rabbit hole. Using the moniker Ø [Phase] (né Ashley Burchett), the stalwart DJ and producer has made his mark on things dark, atmospheric, and downright technical. His productions are as hypnotic and diverse as his sets, covering a mélange of stylings that range from subdued and almost tribal, to acidic, to deep, to…

  • FWC: Smino and Mick Jenkins Unite on “New Coupe, Who Dis?”

    The song is produced by THEMpeople and Smino.

  • Fernando Gaviria sprints to victory in Stage 5 of Tour of California FWC: Fernando Gaviria sprints to victory in Stage 5 of Tour of California

    The riders began toppling over a few miles from the finish line, the crash cluttering up the left side of the road into Elk Grove with broken bikes and bodies. Fortunately for Fernando Gaviria, he was on the right side of the road. The Colombian sprinter dodged all the trouble during a chaotic…

  • Film Review: HBO’s Fahrenheit 451 Fails to Get Fiery, Despite the Two Michaels Being Pretty Cool FWC: Film Review: HBO’s Fahrenheit 451 Fails to Get Fiery, Despite the Two Michaels Being Pretty Cool

    It’s hard to adapt Ray Bradbury. Kind of. Not really. The thing about the late author that works for any visual medium is that his writing is so damn cinematic. Reading his prose is often like staring at a painting, particularly the way he illustrates these sweeping portraits of Midwestern America, not too dissimilar from Norman Rockwell, only with an…

  • Album Review: PANEGYRIST Hierurgy FWC: Album Review: PANEGYRIST Hierurgy

    If you’re open to guttural foundations with luminous shades of spirituality, Hierurgy should definitely be on your radar. The post Album Review: PANEGYRIST Hierurgy appeared first on Metal Injection.

  • Modeselektor returns with gritty techno track, ‘Kalif Storch’ FWC: Modeselektor returns with gritty techno track, ‘Kalif Storch’

    German duo Modeselektor released their first track in three years, “Kalif Storch,” off their compilation series, Modeselektion Vol. 4., out June 1. Handpicked by Modeselektor themselves, the 17-track fourth edition will feature a myriad of offbeat, like-minded producers, ranging from seasoned club acts like Vatican Shadow and Peder Mannerfelt to equally eccentric, newer talent like Skee Mask and Solid Blake. Modeselektion Vol. 4 is…

  • 10 Sets Not To Miss At EDC Las Vegas FWC: 10 Sets Not To Miss At EDC Las Vegas

    It’s hard to believe that EDC Las Vegas is tomorrow. Then again, this is the first year that the festival is being held in May, so perhaps it’s not that hard to believe. Regardless, tens of thousands of people have already begun to descend upon Las Vegas and the strip in preparation of the festival and the city that never…