Oh my God, too futuristic. This is another track from our hiatus. It's really mind blowing.
Another jam off the new Weird Al record, Mandatory Fun, out now. Yes, I have a Master's degree and I'm almost 27 years old, but I still listen to Weird Al on the reg. You do too, so don't act like you're not feeling this and just get ready 2 laugh :) Also, just for fun, check out a Weird Al "classic" below :D
Howdy Jammerz, beyond the jump is the playlist for this week's edition of Mondo Radio, which you can download or stream here. This episode: "Iron in My Heart", featuring hard rock and proto-heavy metal. If you're into it, remember to also follow the show on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter!
Here's a little dancehall to get you over that "hump-day." This has been one of my favorite tracks this summer. Check out the rest of the record HERE and if you're interested, the strange story of the King Yellowman. Ribbit, Jammerz!
This is another track that came out in the SJFM interim. I can't get enough of it. Young L was in The Pack with Lil B and has been making some pretty out there stuff ever since. I think the Based thing is probably coming to an end but if that's the case this is a really really sick swan song. The shaman robes and cash and barely-awake flow, really the dopest.
So part of SJFM having been gone for so long means we got a lot of ground to make up. And some of the stuff we want to blog about came out while we were languishing in limbo. Now that we're back we still wanna cover a lot of what was happening in those months even if that stuff isn't as...new. That's the case with this particular Jam. Stitches has to be the rawest, most terrifying rapper to hit the scene since everyone was scratching their head about Flocka back in 2010. This kid is and 18-year-old Floridian with life-ending face tattoos and Scarface assault rifles (Bitch I got Extendos! Bitch I got Extendos!). SJFM is gonna put it in your face, now what are you gonna do with it??
It seems as if Robin Thicke, after the success of "Blurred Lines," has started a rather swift fall from grace. His most recent album, Paula, has been getting press for how few copies it's been selling. But let's forget about all of that and revisit his classic from 2k9 which, if I'm not mistaken, inspired the concept and brand of this site. Get deep, jammerz :)
Long time no see Jammerz, beyond the jump is the playlist for this week's edition of Mondo Radio, which you can download or stream here. This episode: "Johnny Riding on the Monorail", featuring classic synthpop and more. If you enjoy it, remember to also find the show on Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter!