Reverb compiles the week’s greatest creative media links that pertain to the SAE family.
“Nardwuar Interviews El-P” (via EGOTRIPLAND)
“Radio Play About Electronic Music Pioneer Delia Derbyshire” (via HIPHOPDX)
“Old Records Outselling New Ones” (via FORBES)
“Modern Music Really Does Sound the Same” (via THE TELEGRAPH)
“The Top 3.5 Hip-Hop Songs of the Week” (via VILLAGE VOICE)
“Who Wrote ‘Happy Birthday to You’ (and is Collecting Millions in Royalties)?” (via MENTAL FLOSS)
“Listen to Every Instrument Known to Man” (via SHOCKLEE)
“The Next Generation of Drum Replacers” (via SONICSCOOP)
“How A Video Game Hopes to Capture Hip-Hop’s Love of Dance” (via HIPHOPDX)
“The 10 Coolest Summer Albums of All Time” (via ROLLINGSTONE)
“Nas’s ‘Life Is Good’ Opens at No. 1, Frank Ocean Lands at No. 4 on Billboard Chart” (via NY TIMES)
Below: Stephen Colbert is upset about “Performance Enhancing Audio” being used at the Olympics (via COLBERT NATION)
Have a great weekend, SAE Family worldwide!