Check Pitchfork today for their quick Q&A with Kid Sister, who spills some beans about some of the new tracks added to her album (courtesy of Rusko, XXXChange and more), her forthcoming single produced by Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso of Swedish House Mafia (listen to a snippet in this A-Trak vid), and mini golf. Stay tuned for tunes!
(Also: is it just us, or are these P4Kers Rappin Ass Thursdays readers?!?)
Check out this exclusive DJ mix and Q&A with Alexander Robotnick over at FACT Magazine. The North American version of his “Obsession For The Disco Freaks” single is out on Fool’s Gold in a matter of weeks with remixes from Nacho Lovers, Lil Bo Tweak and Freeform Five!
Amazingly, the best thing on Pitchfork’s front page today isn’t the Cam’ron review blurb that declares Crime Pays as having a “lonely, defensive Kirk Van Houten vibe” (?!?) but this fairly extensive A-Trak edition of their “Guest List” feature, which you can read here. Check Trizzy talking about Proust, Mythbusters, weird Bill Wyman records and of course DUCK SAUCE.
This Friday on The FADER’s “The Let Out” on East Village Radio, they had ATLien and Killer Mike associate Pill by to kick some rhymes, and whaddayaknow, one of the tracks he goes over just happens to be Trackademicks’ “Topsidin” instrumental from the “Enjoy What You Do / Topsidin” single (available here and everywhere else digital music is sold, vinyl on its way!) Sure, it’s a “freestyle” in the most literal sense, but as always it’s cool to hear other rappers on our stuff.
Elsewhere on the internet airwaves, you can listen to this extensive Trackademicks interview with Streets Is Talking Radio right here. “In the words of Mac Mall, this interview is full of ‘Nathan But Game,’” says Track. Grab it!
Check out Josh and Curt talking to Illseed about their beefs and baby mothers on The World’s Most Dangerous Site! Not really, but you can read up as the boys discuss their place in the current musical landscape, putting together their debut single, and playing with Shawty Lo in Ft Myers. Read the interview here.