Slaine is an open book, having spilled his guts on tracks and in interviews about everything from drug abuse to divorce. So in light of his most mature album to date, The King of Everything Else, and his release bash at the Middle East this week, I asked him to think back a little further. Continue reading
Middle East Downstairs
In my heart I’ll always be a Boston MC. That’s just kind of a thing about hip-hop – it’s global, but it’s very local. Continue reading
If you notice a little bit more of an electro psychedelic dirge sound in your dreams than usual that night, you’ll know why. Continue reading
““It was really the first record where I found my actual voice as an artist.” Continue reading
I’ve seen all the Terminator movies and this NEVER ends well for humans! Also, can robots really fight “to the death” if they’re never technically alive?
The last time Loop toured, Hampson’s hair fell to his shoulders, Scott Dowson’s guitar was clean, and bassist Neil MacKay would cross the stage with a stagnant indifference that felt bold given their slightly slacker stance. Continue reading
“This is how it ends, with a weird triangle of sweat forming in my bra, and a Mac DeMarco song playing.” Continue reading