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CoS and Vinyl Me, Please. Offer Exclusive Record Bundles for Black Friday!

Vinyl Me, Please. is the best damn record club around, delivering exclusive, special-edition versions of your favorite albums to your door each month. Consequence of Sound is thrilled to partner with the company to present three handpicked bundles sure to please everyone on your shopping list who lives for wax.

It should be noted that each record is a special-edition pressing that comes paired with an album-inspired art print and a cocktail recipe.

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— Hot Chip – In Our Heads
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— Glass Animals – How It Feels To Be a Human Being
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DMX Has a Message for Kanye West: ‘God Is in Your Corner’ [WATCH]

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A video posted by Snapchat: DMX (@dmx) on Nov 23, 2016 at 3:06pm PST

Kanye West‘s hospitalization following a string of highly-publicized outbursts has drawn a wave of compassion from the entertainment community. Hip-hop veteran DMX posted an Instagram video offering words of encouragement to the troubled West.

X has had his own well-documented issues with substance abuse and emotional wellness, and he urged Kanye to keep his spirits up as he battles to get better.

“This is my first Instagram joint I did specifically for Instagram and I wanted it to mean something, I wanted it to make sense,” X said. I want to give a special shout out to Kanye, let him know that my prayers are with him, my families prayers are with him. And I wanted to remind him,when god is for you, who can be against you. No one and nothing. Stand strong brother, stand strong. God is in your corner.”

West was hospitalized in Los Angeles after he agreed to seek medical treatment following a disturbance call on Monday (Nov. 21).

A police source told the Los Angeles Times that police responded to a medical welfare call and handed it off to the Los Angeles Fire Department. West agreed to seek “medical attention” and is currently being evaluated at an undisclosed hospital in L.A. The rapper had been on his Saint Pablo Tour, where he’d gone on two controversial onstage rants–voicing support for Donald Trump and criticizing former friends Jay Z and Beyonce.

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Download all 100 of Sufjan Steven’s Christmas songs for just $10 right now

No matter how much you love the holidays, there’s always a bit of stress surrounding the season. Even the most loving family probably has some uncomfortable conversations over the Thanksgiving table (especially after this year’s election). To help relieve any impending anxiety, Sufjan Stevens has delivered some holiday cheer with a major sale on his entire collection of Christmas songs.

Available through Asthmatic Kitty Records, fans can snag the The Surfjam Stephanifilis Whatever Wednesday Christmas Special featuring all 100 of Stevens’ seasonal songs for just $ 10. That’s both the 58-track Silver & Gold and the 42-track Songs for Christmas in one super cheap, super festive package. Flac and WAV formats are also available for slightly more via Bandcamp.

The sale is only available today (Wednesday the 23rd), so go ahead and give yourself an early Xmas present by heading to the Asthmatic Kitty webstore. (Of course, you can always stream both compilations via Spotify.) For a taste of what Sufjan seasonal joy sounds like, listen to “Holly Jolly Christmas” below.

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YG Charging $100 for Physical Copies of ‘Red Friday’ Mixtape; Unveils Track List

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A photo posted by YG (@yg) on Nov 21, 2016 at 4:00pm PST

This Black Friday will be covered in red as YG will drop his new mixtape Red Friday on Nov. 25. While the project will be available for free on digital mixtape outlets, the Compton rhymer will offer physical copies of the tape for $ 100 a piece.

YG will host an album signing in Oakland, Calif., where fans can cop the tape and have it autographed by the “Still Brazy” rapper, himself.

In an announcement on his Instagram page, YG writes:

“So I just linked up with bro @nipseyhussle & his Proud 2 Pay direct to consumer Platform To do ****THE WORLDS 2ND $ 100 CD**** SUPER FANS & SUPER SUPPORTERS ONLY Mixtape in – store and signing will take place @ BEASTMODE store in OAKLAND Friday the 25th, 10am – 4pm 811 broadway Oakland ca, 94607 “Hard kopies $ 100 each, And only 1,400 kopies made.”

With only 1,400 copies available at the event, if YG gets to sell all of them he’s expected to make a cool $ 140,000 that day. So it’s a win-win for everyone.

Clearly, YG is following in the footsteps of his good friend, Nipsey Hussle, who sold his Crenshaw mixtape for $ 100 back in 2013. The rapper reportedly earned $ 100,000 off the sale of his tape. Jay Z would purchase 100 copies of the project and post a picture of those copies on his now-defunct Life and Times blog.

Meanwhile, YG unveiled the track list to Red Friday. The eight-song tape features guest appearances from 21 Savage, RJ and Mitch. The previously released song “One Time Comin’” is on the collection. Peep the song list below.

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Sigur Rós record new version of “Hoppípolla” for BBC’s Planet Earth — listen

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Sigur Rós lent their Takk… classic “Hoppípolla” to the inaugural season of BBC’s Planet Earth series back in 2006. Now, some 10 years ago, the post-rock titans are contributing a new version of that song to the program’s second season, which is scheduled to air in the US on January 28th.

The band don’t often contribute music for the screen, but Planet Earth lines up with Sigur Rós’ passion for nature — something that, as Icelanders, they’re surrounded by constantly, whether it’s in glacier, geyser, volcano, or mountain form. In a statement on the BBC’s website, the group spoke further about its love for all things Earth:

“In Iceland we are blessed with a seemingly inexhaustible supply of wild and untamed places. But even here, in the very furthest flung corners of Europe’s largest wilderness, the scars of human industry are visible, the plans for future encroachments, by dam and smelter, legion. If lost the Icelandic highlands are not recoverable. Around the world the story is the same; the traffic, literally, going in one direction. Sigur Rós are proud to be associated with Planet Earth II and its all-important mission to hold us rapt in understanding of, and respect for, this endlessly fascinating, utterly surprising and ultimately fragile place we are lucky enough to call home for a short while.”

Stream the new version of “Hoppípolla” below, followed by a trailer for Planet Earth II.

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Tis the season to be stylish, and even though the Thanksgiving leftovers haven’t even gone cold yet, Asics has their eyes on the prize. They’ve put together a Christmas themed kick you’ll really want to wrap your feet in.

The Asics Gel Lyte V Max Pack features a green suede upper with tonal leather trim folded in. The stark white outsole will look great against the snowy backdrop and it’s not the lone pop of color either. A splash of color can be spotted via the Christmas sweater print lining that finds it’s way to the external branding as well.

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History Be Damned: Dave Vanian Moves Forward by Leaving the Past Behind

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Dave Vanian might be a hard man to please, or it could just be that he sets a particularly high bar for himself. The frontman of The Damned closed out October with three well-received US shows, two at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre and another at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles. An air of self-praise surrounded the gigs, which were booked in celebration of the iconic punk outfit’s 40th anniversary. The shows amounted to a small victory lap for a band that’s made huge contributions to the shape and face of popular music. But speaking just days after the three-show run, Vanian talks about his band’s lot in sober, matter-of-fact terms.

“It’s a pity, because I’ve always felt like The Damned have been grossly overlooked over the years,” Vanian confesses when reached via phone in his native England.

That’s not sour grapes or an opinion borne out of dissatisfaction, but rather an honest analysis of his band’s standing 40 years in the making. History backs up Vanian’s assessment, too. Popular music inevitably steers the wide swath of its bands down one of two paths: Early punk peers such as The Clash and the Sex Pistols turned down the road to stardom while The Damned, whose “New Rose” was Britain’s very first punk single, have become one of the genre’s most well-traveled and beloved cult acts. The respect they’ve earned from countless bands and critics over the years could today fill the arenas they’ve rarely been afforded the opportunity to play.

But as The Damned roll into their fifth decade of existence, Vanian and his bandmates are still motivated by the challenge of getting over that commercial hump. There’s still a sizable chip on their collective shoulder, one that propels their music forward. Putting aside the 10 records that helped give rise to both punk and goth while also reigning in a host of other styles and influences, they still believe they have work left to do. For Vanian, who turned 60 in October, there’s little use dwelling in the past when there’s still plenty to look forward to.

“We always hear stories from people about how we turned them on to music that they otherwise wouldn’t have listened to,” he says. “But there’s still that kind of carrot that’s dangling out there that makes us think we can be successful at what we do. We’re a working band. We have to live and pay the bills like everyone else. We’ve never said we’re not doing it for the money, but we do it on our own terms.”

The Damned might have little use for tripping backward over their own vaunted history, but the past is a place that fans, critics, and others outside of their inner circle love to inhabit. (“If everyone hadn’t been saying, ‘It’s been 40 years,’ we probably wouldn’t have noticed,” Vanian admits). Not that anyone can blame them. Nostalgia is an easy trap to fall into, especially for a band that lays claim to such a rich legacy. When Vanian, guitarist Captain Sensible, bassist Brian James, and drummer Rat Scabies started playing together in London in 1976, punk was still a fetal genre. But somewhere between the glam rock of David Bowie and T. Rex and the proto-punk of bands like The Stooges and the New York Dolls, the band was born.

To say they helped birth punk rock is not a stretch.

What’s even more noteworthy about The Damned’s story is how, by Vanian’s account, it all happened largely by accident. Punk’s advent was not a consciously engineered thing, but rather a reaction to what was happening around the people who helped spawn it. Vanian, for one, had no designs to be in a band or be a singer in the first place.

“I was trying to be a graphic artist at the time,” he recalls. “I kind of stumbled into it. I was frequenting places where small amounts of people were congregating. There was an incredible buzz in London of people wanting to make something for themselves.”

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the damned History Be Damned: Dave Vanian Moves Forward by Leaving the Past Behind

Vanian might not be quick to romanticize his band’s past, but he doesn’t discredit the work that’s gone into keeping The Damned a living, breathing entity all these years. There have been numerous lineup changes, with Vanian and Sensible being the band’s two constants (even Sensible ducked out for a bit in the 1980s before returning in the ’90s). Then there’s the music itself, which long ago left bread-and-butter punk rock behind in favor of darker, more adventurous sounds that set the table for goth punk.

The Damned have always skirted the narrow expectations of fans, critics, and even their peers, insisting on staying one step ahead of where others try to pigeonhole them. It’s a quality that’s helped the band endure, but also one that’s thrown up its share of barriers along the way. When the band recorded 2001’s Grave Disorder for Nitro Records, the punk indie label spearheaded by The Offspring’s Dexter Holland, it was a pairing that looked perfect on paper. Instead, Vanian remembers, the label didn’t quite know what to do with the record.

The Damned have spent the majority of their career fighting against type, and Vanian says the fight hasn’t gotten any easier as the years have passed. Instead, it’s just a different tide that they’re up against. Whereas before they were chided for being too forward-thinking, now the band is battling the perceived limitations that come with age.

“There’s an age barrier in some respects, but I think we’ve gotten around it,” he says. “There was a time where, if a band was 20 years old, they were too old to listen to. Now there’s a much broader listening public that has enough sense to know that a band with some experience can still knock out some great stuff.”

That’s the challenge Vanian and his bandmates will once again face as they prepare to record what will be their 11th studio album this spring. Details are still scarce, with Vanian admitting that the band gets a lot of work done in the studio itself. But in true Damned fashion, the new songs stay faithful to their creators’ collective muse. So far, they sound primed to follow down a psychedelic path, Vanian offers, noting that the new album will offer some of the old and a lot of the new.

There will be a measure of experimentation. Hopefully with Captain’s melodic guitars, we’ll have some good pop songs. But there will be a lot of music there, as well. It won’t all just be three-minute songs.”

It’s been a long road for The Damned, but Vanian still talks about the band’s future with the kind of excitement and conviction that severely undercuts their advancing age. Given the energy they still bring to what they do, Vanian can be forgiven for warding off the temptation to pat himself and his bandmates on the back. There might eventually come a time to pause and reflect, but it’s not here and it’s not now.

“I’ve always been able to stand back and look at the band as a separate entity,” he explains. “I can look at it and say, ‘Why didn’t this or that happen?’ But maybe that’s a reason that we’ve stayed together. We’re stubbornly determined to keep giving it a go.”

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