Pitchfork TV heads to Detroit with Danny Brown for this new doc Detroit State Of Mind and checks in with his family, hangs out for a haircut, hits the studio with Skywlkr and the Bruiser Brigade, films the Dilla Day show at the Fillmore and more. Check it out…
Check out Kingdom’s collab with Shyvonne, “Mind Reader” in Pitchfork’s Top 100 Tracks of 2010. Then (if you haven’t already) go download the “blast to the head, powered along by the sheer kinetic force of its many moving parts” on iTunes, Beatport and everywhere else good music is sold (there’s vinyl too!) along with remixes by Todd Edwards, L-Vis1990 and Bok Bok.
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?!?)
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.