Let’s keep our eyes on this sultry songstress. There is a lot to look forward to in this next month from Suzanna Lubrano. Continue reading
Jon Gooch, aka Feed Me, had announced his upcoming North American bus tour, titled ‘Psychedelic Journey’, which will boast an all-new live set-up. Teeth Tour (which came to Australia for Future Music Festival last March) will run from July to September and hit major US cities. Watch the dates below.
The North American tour will support his EP of the same name, forthcoming on Sotto Voce, Jon’s new label. The visual show that accompanies his tour is entirely designed by Gooch himself, ‘Psychedelic Journey’ will come with a new Teeth installation and light show that’s sure to blow minds.
US Tour Dates:
Watch Inside the Feed Me with Teeth stage show:
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One of the most influential and exciting figures in hip hop over the past two decades, Pusha T, is getting ready to return to the UK for some long awaited live dates.
Ever since the groundbreaking trilogy of albums, Terrence Thornton aka Pusha T has consistently been ahead of the curve setting up his own record label, working with a stellar rollcall of like-minded collaborators, and signing with Kanye West’s GOOD Music label in 2010.
Making his spectacular return last year with ‘My Name Is My Name’, the rapper ignited a solo career which could well out-shine his earlier work. With everyone from Pitchfork to the Guardian and New York Times lining up to sing its praises, it served as yet another astonishing marker in an already indelible career, rocketing to top 5 in the Billboard charts and whetting people’s appetites for what will come next.
UPCOMING UK LIVE DATES;
6 London/ Koko
7 Nottingham/ Detonate Festival
8 Manchester/ Parklife Weekender @ Heaton Park
9 Dublin/ Vicar St
23 Reading/ Festival
24 London/ SW4
24 Leeds/ Festival
Via Source music-news.com
Too many people have been trying to finger Iggy Azalea at her shows, which some f***ed up people might see that as being victimless, so don’t expect to see her go for a quick crowd surf. She’s had enough.
In fact, even at her small shows, she’s had to put crowd barriers in place. Azalea told New York City hip hop radio station Hot 97 that she has had no other choice but to upgrade her security at live gigs because her fans have tried to grope her. “I will get lurk tweets for like a week before my show, like ‘I’m about to go to the Iggy Azalea show and I’m going to f****r her,’ and I’ll see it and be like, please don’t! That’s a violation. I don’t actually like that stuff,” she said. She also added that the attempts to grope her were common among female fans.“Girls will try to do it more than guys ‘cause girls think it’s cool, like, ‘We both got vaginas, it’s fine’. Doesn’t make it okay.”
Azalea emphasised her fans had no right to think that they were allowed to touch her inappropriately, just because of the explicit nature of her songs. “Like, they think I’m real sl***y, like ’Oh, she got a song called ‘P***y,’ I know what she wants. She wants these two fingers,” she said. “Why would I want a stranger to ever f****r me? Buying my album for $12 doesn’t mean you get to f****r me when I come to your city”.