Tag Archives: hip-hop

Long Ride Home

Eventually, I’ll get around to writing a little about Post No Dreams; in the meanwhile, listen to this. It’s, oh!, truly beautiful.   (we drove in different directions) every idea was extra light pollution another exhausted foot stomping out the fire in my eyes for every spark plug a flat tire another swing on someone’s […]

Post no Dreams: Preview

Before I get my head around the things I had/have to do this week (and didn’t obviously do, as I had an exploding head courtesy of THE FLU) I must have a little online fan swoon kind of thing for POST NO DREAMS. It’s the name of the new (and long-awaited by his only true […]

Brad Hamers: Interview

Brad Hamers is a visionary man; he creates beautiful and nostalgic atmospheres out of nowhere, sometimes inspired by literature, harsh words and images of a daily life interlaced with surreal images. His debut solo album was one of the first hip-hop works I got hooked to, listening to it from beginning to end in loops. […]