Nems breaks down Fuck Your Love EP on Creative Juices Music

Real shit coming.


Lecture: El-P (New York, 2013) Red Bull Music Academy

“When a 17-year-old Jaime Meline took on the name El-P and formed Company Flow with Mr. Len and Bigg Jus, he hardly could have known that he was going to change the hip hop game forever. But that’s exactly what they did, introducing bracing production and rhyme styles that have been a massive influence on the generations of hip hop that came after. After he helped to define indie hip hop in the ’90s, El-P went ahead and did it again when he started Def Jux, an imprint that brought Cannibal Ox, Aesop Rock, and RJD2 to the world. That’s not even mentioning El-P himself, who has released a number of solo albums and provided production for the likes of Alec Empire, Killer Mike, and Trent Reznor. Always independent, always looking to the future, El-P’s story is far from finished.”


“Re-Vinylized” is a 30-minute documentary about independent record stores in Chicago. The film celebrates the culture of independent record stores while examining the effects of downloading and the recent resurgence of vinyl record sales. The film profiles a number of Chicago’s independent record stores, and features interviews with store owners, employees and customers as well as insightful commentary from national music critics Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot (of National Public Radio’s Sound Opinions). The film was an official selection of the 2012 Chicago International Reel Shorts Festival.

Joey Bada$$ – “95 Til Infinity” (Official Music Video)

A portrait of Joey Bada$$’s New York City lifestyle.

Directed by oG $wank
Shot by @DeeKnows_ X @jFlei

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Mixtape To Zoo York’s True East | Part 1 With RB Umali

As Zoo York rings in it’s 20 Year Anniversary, the brand has a ton to look back and reflect on. As one of the seminal brands behind the development and growth of the New York City skateboard scene throughout the early nineties and 2000s, it’s hard to overstate Zoo York’s significance as one of the key forces behind East Coast American skateboarding. Assembling one of the strongest and most unique skate teams in it’s heyday, long time Zoo York filmer RB Umali takes you on a nostalgic ride highlighting some of the most significant moments in the company’s history. Have a look and get to know the roots of Zoo York.