Sudanese-American hiphop artist Oddisee’s new EP, “AlWasta,” takes its title from the Arabic colloquial term used to mean (to use colloquial English) “the plug.” The term “wasta” comes from the Arabic word “wasat,” meaning “middle” or “middleman,” and describes a member of the community who acts as a connector using their wealth of social currency. Understanding the value of social currency & how to use it (for better or worse) is what Amir Elkhalifa aka Oddisee focused on as the primary inspiration for his writings.
Channel your inner force with this heavy collection of galaxy-wide dubs. Re-issue, because Disney would have the cover removed otherwise.
Pookie's second LP is a self-proclaimed "sloppy poppy" collection of tunes. This release put out 500 copies in pink vinyl, with 100 additional in clear vinyl. It's already sold out on bandcamp, so get yours here.
The fourth live album of the Stones' career, this release takes samples from the Tour of the Americas in 1975 and the Tour of Europe in 1976. Featuring cover work by Andy Warhol, which Mick promptly drew over.