Hot Single: Mami by Jubilee featuring Maluca

This one is for y’all who like to hit up the club. Jubilee’s Mami is a absolute banger of a dance track with a infectious beat interspersed with the vocal hook from Maluca.

Forget about the club, I am dancing in my chair listening to it while writing this post.

You can buy the single and the rest of the album on Bandcamp. I recommend getting the album especially if you are into Jubilee’s style of dance music.

Quick Listen: Offworld by Special Request

This techno gem came to my attention by way of a interview with the artist published on the Bandcamp Daily blog and it perfectly matches with the game I’ve been playing recently which is The Outer Worlds.

I can totally envision my player character listening to this album while gallivanting around space in her space ship. The music is eminently danceable as well, so like groovy British space techno. If this like something that is up your alley, go check it out on Bandcamp.

Album Showcase: There Existed an Addiction to Blood by clipping.

When clipping. released the first single for their new album two months ago, I was very intrigued. clipping is best described as a experimental hip-hop group, I didn’t really vibe with their previous album Splendor & Misery, it was a little too harsh for my tastes.

Continue reading Album Showcase: There Existed an Addiction to Blood by clipping.

Inaugurating Irreverent Space

So here we go! This is the first post of my new music blog, Irreverent Space. This blog is intended to be music posting in the way I used to back in my Tumblr days, that is, way more free form and rapid. Think a embed with a few words.

Sometimes I plan on doing longer form pieces but for the most part I want to return to a more rapid style of blogging. I wanted to separate this from my main blog so that I can solely focus on my musical interests.

And without further ado, to start off this blog, I present to you the fantastic new music video for the Dreamville track Down Bad. This track in particular stands out for me in this album as one with some fantastic lyricism especially from J.I.D:

[Verse 2: J.I.D]

I had to tighten the fuck up, but I’m here for the crown
Board of Education vs. Brown
I was bored of education, left the town

J.I.D on Down Bad, lyrics courtesy of

Go check out the other music videos from Dreamville, they are all a lot of fun, simple but well executed.