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Mixtape Of The Month Yelawolf has Returned from the Wilderness of Suck, and his 'Trunk Muzik Returns' is our Mixtape of the Month Yelawolf is done with having Eminem tell him what to do, and it is glorious. Daniel Cronin Takes the Most Amazing Photos of Juggalos You've Ever Seen An interview with photographer Daniel Cronin, who has been lugging a huge large-format camera to the Gathering Of The Juggalos since 2010, snapping the most strikingly intimate portraits of Juggalos a… Instagram Report Here's a Picture of Justin Bieber and His New Pet Monkey For the record, the monkey looks terrified. Friday Thinks... With Luke Winkie A Short Story in which Paul Simon Eats Art Garfunkel Alive The REAL STORY of how "The Sound of Silence" was written.
A psychedelic ‘hip-hop’ group comprised of a Liberian, Nigerian, and a Scottish beatsmith, Young Fathers are undeniably an anomaly, a uniqueness completely manifested in their music. They revel in their myriad of perceived contradictions – Africans in Scotland, Scottish people making hip-hop at all, and the weird hybrid quality of their music that makes it transcend genre distinctions entirely. Their music forces one to question, forces one to just see the three members as individuals beyond their race or class distinctions, just as musicians making great art. In 2011, they released the heartfelt Tape One, a melancholic meditation on being an outsider without a home, and eventually finding a family. The tape was a success, receiving glowing reviews from the likes of Pitchfork and theneedledrop.