This month’s music videos are an eclectic mix of artist including those celebrating dance, some with the letter “F” in the title and a couple about love.



In honor of Dilla-month, I present to you “Dilla Made Me Do it.” The songs featured on this mix are either a tribute to Dilla, produced by Dilla, or just inspired by Dilla’s existence.

Listen and enjoy!

Peep the best music videos released on or around the  month of January. Visually stimulating videos from RJD2, JMSN, Diplo and more.

Mellow Music Group producer 14KT provides a new visual for his recent release Nickel & Dimed.

“Slow Swerve”features vocals from Jamall Bufford & JMSN. After the video, enjoy a free download of 14KT’s remix of Ladi6′s “Ikarus.”




In a day where the appreciation for the tangible album is lost, I salute those who appreciate putting time into the digital artwork. Another solid release from the Soulection crew, Dpat “In Bloom” is available now on Bandcamp.



The Night is on my mind…”

Thank you Fool’s Gold Records. I now need a new pair of shoes to walk the streets of Brooklyn at night.

Enjoy this FREE DOWNLOAD from Fool’s Gold artist Party Supplies below.


How do you do / I’m lovely, yes I’m feeling lovely / How are you…”

The ever soulful Gwen Bunn shines in this new Zo! music video for “Count To Five.”  Download Zo!’s Manmade Sampler below to get a taste of what’s to come from the Foreign Exchange Music camp.

Hello it’s the Soul /  trooping in with the Jungle patrol / and this one’s about to K.O.’s…”

In honor of #TBT, let’s take a second and reflect on the dopeness of the classic posse-cut “Buddy” from De La Soul. For us New Yorkers and Great Googa Moogo ticket holders who didn’t get to see this iconic group return to the stage last Sunday, I give you an oldie but goodie. This is just a taste of a classic track because my true heads know the original version of this song is about 10-minutes long.

Fortunately, the new music has been amazing (listen below) and are billed (should be headlining) on the Kings of the Mic tour. So let’s just say I’m one happy blogger, despite the unpredictable NYC weather.

Boards of Canada are back. Now get lost in this video via Pitchfork. And dammit if the music doesn’t send you to that special place. Preorder “Tomorrow’s Harvest” here.



7×3 when I can help it / 7×3 is how I was tempted…”

Tomatoes. Swords. Female vocals. Just a few of my favorite things all wrapped up in one video. In anticipation of an impending LP, I present to you the newest Starlight Girls music video. Your eyes and ears won’t be disappointed via Stereogum.

Download their previous EP below.