So I might be moving to NYC next year and I’m so scared oh god
Despite crafting his music with so many recognisable elements, everything Phil Elverum does sounds new. Over the course of his fascinating career his imaginative songwriting has conjured fractured imagery vast, and emotions fervent. He confidently claims that he’s aiming for “not escapism,…
My crowning achievement, and life goal: an interview with Phil Elverum. I cried a little bit.
Second bi-weekly mix for up the monitors (late tho)
So I only just went and premiered the incredible new track by Tobacco, no biggie.
Yung Lean is a name you’ve probably heard about in passing, possibly as a joke. You might have chosen to simply ignore. It’s easy to brush off his surreal lyricism, lazy flow, and broken English as a celebration of Lil B’s utterly bizarre “based world” and not much else. But Lean’s appeal is deeper than that. Last week I had the chance to catch Yung Lean performing one of his first UK shows at Birthdays in London, and it was perhaps one the strangest live experiences of my life.
I wrote this thing about seeing Yung Lean live.
short mix I made, you can listen if you wanna