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House Of Vans deliver the goods all summer long, and this year was no different. This is included shows from Julian Casabalancas + The Voidz, as well as an early September show from Wu-Tang Clan’s Ghostface Killah and GZA.

They were joined by Cappadonna for the duration of their set, full of solo tracks and Wu-Tang favorites alike. The night also featured an opening performance from Joey Badass.

Find photos from both Ghostface Killah/GZA and Joey Badass posted below.
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Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang is Raekwon’s new album that will be released on March 8th. We previously heard the album’s title track, and now we have another new song to feast on.

“Molasses” is the latest song to hit the web, and it doesn’t disappoint. It features his main man Ghostface Killah and Rick Ross on guest vocals. I don’t know about you, but this is one of the slickest beats to come out this year. Sure the years early, but I don’t think it’s every too early to praise a new Raekwon song. It does have a early 90’s feel to it after all. Can’t complain about that.

Check it out below:

[mp3]: Raekwon – Molasses (Feat. Rick Ross & Ghostface Killah)

Raekwon – Wu Ooh (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Method Man)

By Will Oliver, February 6th 2009 — with 2 comments

We all like ourselves some Wu-Tang so it was cool to see a new Raekwon track out there. I know most of you guys are going wtf some rap on we all want someone to shout for? Well believe it or not I love myself some hip-hop every now and then. I just haven’t really given it enough love on this blog. Well the new Raekwon track “Wu Ooh” is probably a good way to get back into it. The song features other Wu-Tangers; Ghostface Killah and Method Man. “Wu Ooh” is pretty much flawless with great verses from all 3 of them, with a really solid beat and cool background of…you guessed it….wu ooh’s. I really enjoy those drums they worked in there. Overall this is pretty hot. The track will most likely be on “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 2” his highly anticipated follow up to “Only Built 4 Cuban Linx”. Let the anticipation begin! Check it out:

[mp3] : Raekwon – Wu Ooh (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Method Man)

Preview: The Meadows Music and Arts Festival 2017

By Will Oliver, August 23rd 2017

The days of summer are slowly winding down. With about a month left, we are still able to send the summer of 2017 off in style in the form of The Meadows Music and Arts Festival. They’ve returned with an even bigger and better installment this year which sees them once again at the Citi Field complex, this time expanding to three days, taking place from September 15-17. For information on tickets head here.

Headling this year’s edition is Jay Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Future, Nas, Weezer, Run The Jewels and LL Cool J. There’s really something for everyone and that’s before we get to the deep undercard. M.I.A., Erykah Badu, Blood Orange, De La Soul, Two Door Cinema Club, Sleigh Bells, Big Boi, Sky Ferreira, Ghostface Killah, Action Bronson, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Tegan and Sara, Foster The People, Milky Chance, Joey Bada$$, Jacob Banks, Public Access T.V., CRX, and Dams Of The West.
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The Meadows Announces 2017 Lineup

By Will Oliver, May 8th 2017

The Meadows Music and Arts Festival will return for it’s second year at the Citi Field complex, taking place September 15-17.

The festival has now expanded to three days, and will sports a lineup that’s headlined by Jay Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Future, Nas, Weezer, Run The Jewels, M.I.A. and Erykah Badu. Other standouts in the lineup include Broken Social Scene, Blood Orange, De La Soul, Two Door Cinema Club, Sleigh Bells, Big Boi, Sky Ferreira, Ghostface Killah, Action Bronson, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Tegan and Sara, Foster The People, Milky Chance, Joey Bada$$, Jacob Banks, Public Access T.V., CRX, and Dams Of The West.

Now that’s a solid and diverse set of music, and further proof that music festivals can really succeed in NYC.

Tickets go on sale this Wednesday, May 10 at 12pm (EST). Head here for more info on the full pricing breakdown for ticket sales.

Favorite Live Photos of 2015

By Will Oliver, March 7th 2016

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(Blur at Madison Square Garden)

2015 was one hell of a year for music. Naturally, there were a ton of great shows to be found. We saw as many as ever last year, and we look to attend even more shows in 2016. With that said, we’re finally giving a look back to 2015, selecting some of our favorite moments from the year.

Along with my small but trustworthy team of friends who happen to also be photographers, we took hundreds if not thousands of photos last year. I went through the ever-growing archives and selected just a handful of favorite photos taken throughout the year. It was hard and nearly impossible to narrow it down, but here are just some of my favorite photos that we shared on this blog in 2015, in chronological order taken throughout the year. If not taken by me, credit is given along with the posted caption below the photo.
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