[PREMIERE] Janine And the Mixtape – “Hope There’s Someone”

March 23, 2015 No comments yet

HOW WILL I REST MY HEAD In the last couple of weeks, Janine And The Mixtape has returned with a Little Mixtape Monday series that has the New Zealand, Brooklyn-based songstress’ soulful vocals gracing the blogosphere and speakers of MJF. Today, MJF is proud to premiere the latest installment of Janine’s Little Mixtape series titled “Hope There’s Someone.” In her cover […]

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Download: Bel Heir – Envy Mixtape

June 3, 2014 No comments yet

Today plays like a Bittersweet symphony as Bel Heir conclude a year of monthly single releases with the last of two new tracks “Envy” and “Too Close” that culminate in their Envy Mixtape. Of course, this news coincides with the band’s huge singing to famed RCA Records where they will be working on their debut single and […]

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Stream: Boots – WinterSpringSummerFall Debut Mixtape

May 5, 2014 No comments yet

After much anticipation, the no-longer mysterious Boots unveils his debut mixtape WinterSpringSummerFall. Featuring previously released tracks like the scintillating “Dreams” featuring Queen Bey, new tracks keep the features coming from the likes of Shlohmo, Jeremih and more. Boots 16 tracks of sonic seduction beat boldy with heartbreaking lyrical insight (“I watched my best friend drown/maybe the weight of the world was pulling him down”) […]

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Video: The Neighbourhood – “Lurk” and Announce #000000 & #FFFFFF Mixtape

April 21, 2014 1 comment

The Neighbourhood have always chosen to veer from the path that was laid out or expected of them. Slaying visual constructs with a monochrome perspective despite criticism, un-afraid to declare their brand of music as pop despite the genre’s weight expectations, inviting Riff Raff to join them on stage despite the confusion, doing their music how they saw […]

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Mixtape: Zuse – “Bullet”

March 27, 2014 No comments yet

Finally, it’s here. I first caught wind of Zuse on the criminally overlooked Zooly Gvng compilation where he shined throughout. After hearing “Red” for the first time – A crushing club number that exerts the same feral aggression this side of “O.G. Bobby Johnson” – I knew that the Jamaican-born, Atlanta-raised rapper was gearing for something big. […]

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