The Milk Carton Kids Release “The Ash & Clay”

March 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

milk carton kids

Joey Ryan and Kenneth Pattengale. The Milk Carton Kids in New York

“The Ash & Clay,” the first album by The Milk Carton Kids on Anti- Records, is out today.

Our Q/A with Joey Ryan in HASH Magazine Issue 6 came some months ago, before some of the duo’s newest songs were unveiled in the film Promised Land—and well before « Read the rest of this entry »

HASH Magazine Launches Issue 6

January 20, 2013 § Leave a comment

HASH Magazine. Rafiq Bhatia

HASH Magazine. Issue 6. Go get it!

Rafiq Bhatia on the cover.

Inside:

…Profiles: Tame Impala, Buke & Gase, & more

…Q/A: Milk Carton Kids, Swans, Caspian

…Reviews: Mountains, Karriem Riggins, Norvaiza, Jose James, MaG, Sinkane & more

HASH Magazine Sponsors Unofficial CMJ Showcase, Thursday 10/18

October 13, 2012 § 1 Comment

HC-LIVE-CMJ 10/18

HASH is psyched to announce that next Thursday, October 18th, we will be co-sponsoring a night of music, part of an unofficial CMJ showcase at Hotel Chantelle on the Lower East Side. We’re possibly even more psyched to mention that the extended DJ set / rooftop after-party will feature not only a slew of DJs but also Bronx emcee MaG, featured in our Spring Issue.

The showcase beforehand should last 7—10 P.M. It’s set to feature a smattering of Brooklyn acts that includes « Read the rest of this entry »

Kickstart The First Print Issue of HASH Magazine!

October 13, 2012 § Leave a comment

hash kickstarterHASH Magazine has a Kickstarter page! The goal is to print a run of physical copies for our Fall 2012 Issue. You can find all of the details and the campaign itself right here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hashmagazine/hash-magazine-our-first-print-issue

We’ve got some great swag planned for our donators, which we can’t wait to print and see ourselves (HASH tote bags. What?!) and pledging is quite straightforward. However deep your pockets, we consider any donation generous. Whatever you do give, we hope you’ll share this news and our Kickstarter with your friends and the family members you’ve acknowledged on Facebook.

Das Racist (W)rapping Tour With New York Date at Irving Plaza

October 12, 2012 § Leave a comment

Brooklyn rap fixture and genuine #malarkey stirrers Das Racist return to New York City next Monday (10/15) for the final date in their American Rap Songs Tour.

The date at Irving Plaza has the trio back from a stretch of dates on the west coast, with the Greedhead affiliates Safe, as well as wide-eyed rhymers Le1f and Lakutis in tow. « Read the rest of this entry »

Naytronix Debut LP Out In October

August 29, 2012 § Leave a comment

Naytronix

Nate Brenner, whose solo alias is Naytronix

“I just wanted to make a record that would sound good from beginning to end while cruising down a highway and hold the listener’s interest the whole time.” —Nate Brenner

News this week from Nate Brenner, whose time grinding the highways last year on tour with tune-yards became a chief inspiration for his forthcoming solo LP. (Extended hours in a van will do that to you.) Brenner, who cowrote some of the frenetic tunes from last year’s acclaimed W H O K I L L, has announced a debut album from his new project Naytronix

Dirty Glow is a strange brew of groove&blues built from found sounds, homemade instruments, and Brenner’s funk- and jazz-reared bass stylings.  Expect it October 9th, on Plug Research Music. Lead single “Robotic” is below: A Ke$ha meets Kraftwerk synth jam, it’s more an upbeat twist than deep ‘n dark churners like “In The Summer” or “Evil Dancer”—also promising highlights.

Tallest Man On Earth Touring West Coast

August 28, 2012 § Leave a comment

Tallest Man On Earth

Kristian Matsson, aka The Tallest Man On Earth

Today, The Tallest Man On Earth lands in Austin, TX, (at the Paramount Theatre) for the first date in a stretch of North America touring that runs up the West Coast and ends September 14th, in Edmonton, Canada. Tagging along is Strand of Oaks, a mellower one-man folk project from Philadelphia.


Check our review of his latest record, There’s No Leaving NowIt begins on page 89.

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