Brasstracks Celebrate Kendrick Lamar's Album Anniversary With 7-Track Medley “Good Kid, Brass City”

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Brasstracks have been a TSIS favorite for a while now, so we’ll always have our ear to the ground for new music by the Brooklyn duo. Today they dropped a special piece of music, which comes in the form of a tribute to Kendrick Lamar’s Good Kid, M.A.A.D City album.

Kendrick's breakout second studio album turns six years old today, and Brasstracks is honoring that birthday by sharing a medley of covers from the album. They’re calling it “Good Kid, Brass City,” and it’s something you have to listen to if you enjoy both Kendrick and Brasstracks.

The medley features some of the best tracks off the album like “Compton,” “Poetic Justice,” “Bitch Dant Kill My Vibe,” and more.

We loved Brasstracks’s previous hip-hop covers like their rendition of Lil Uzi Vert’s “XO Tour Llif3” and Drake’s “In My Feelings.” Add “Good Kid, Brass City” to the collection. Stream the medley below and enjoy!

Brasstracks - Good Kid, Brass City

REZZ Drops 30 Mins Of Unreleased Original Music In Insane Audio/Visual Mix "Nightmare On Rezz Street"


REZZ just dropped 30 minutes of unreleased, original music just in time for Halloween. Last week she launched a cryptic countdown website and told fans that she would be releasing something “EXTREMELY special around Halloween”, which caused widespread excitement and speculation from her self-described cult following. We last heard original music from REZZ when she released her incredible sophomore album A Certain Kind Of Magic this August.

The mix is called “Nightmare on Rezz Street” and is an immersive audio/visual experience with over 30 minutes of unreleased original music from REZZ. The first track sets the tone for the entire mix, pairing deep mid-tempo bass with laser-like synths that prove, once again, that REZZ’s production is second to none. The visuals are halfway between a horror movie and a festival mainstage, mixing geometric patterns with eerie scenes cut from old films and fully animated sequences that depict REZZ conjuring fire with dark magic. Enjoy!

 REZZ - Nightmare on Rezz Street

Duke & Jones Make TSIS Debut With Wonky, Genre-Blending ‘Dystopia’ EP Via Deadbeats

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Manchester-based duo Duke & Jones have been absolutely killing it lately. Coming off some recent remixes of Zeds Dead & Jauz’ “Lights Go Down” and Zedd & Elley Duhé’s “Happy Now”, today they’ve continued to impress with their heavy new 4-track Dystopia EP.

It’s apparent Duke & Jones put some long hours in on this latest offering. Starting off with their previously released single “Fade To Black”, each of the EP’s four tracks seems to drop deeper and deeper into a eerie, alien-like sonic realm. From wonky, disorienting synth wobbles to skittering percussion and booming bass, this new project will definitely have your brain doing backflips. Stream Dystopia below, out now on Deadbeats and enjoy!

Duke & Jones - Dystopia

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