LIVE: Hoodie Allen “No Interruptions”

Hoodie Allen has just announced fall tour dates and with this announcement comes this acoustic version of “No Interruptions” showing off HA’s singing talents. 

Check out the US tour dates here.



DOWNLOAD: Hoodie Allen “Crew Cuts”

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Hoodie Allen: “Fame Is For Assholes”

So last week Hoodie Allen dropped the first track, “Cake Boy" from his next mixtape Crew Cuts and it got kind of a mixed response cause it wasn’t like your traditional Hoodie cut with the switched up happy go lucky samples and fun sing along choruses. But it was showcasing Hoodie as a guy who can do more than rhyme witty wordplay over happy go lucky samples and sing along choruses. For those that were worried, thou shalt not fear cause HA has delivered. “Fame Is For Assholes” is back to familiar ground dropping names and wit waiting for all of us to figure it out and pick it up, with a feature from Chiddy Bang.



VIDEO: Hoodie Allen “Cake Boy”

Your boy Hoodie Allen is making major moves with this professional looking video and production from !llmind for the latest track “Cake Boy”. HA is giving away the single as a thank you to the Hoodie Mob for getting the debut album All American to the top of the iTunes charts last year. Along with Macklemore, Hoodie is representing for the independents and its never sounded better.



Hoodie Allen: “Feel The Love”

Your boy, Hoodie Allen is a giver. Coming off the hot success of his first full length LP All American and just before his next tour, Hoodie drops “Feel The Love” for the Hoodie Mob.




So back in the day I used to do a monthly round up of what was posted up to catch you guys up, then that moved to a bi-monthly thing because I kept forgetting and now we’ve achieved a world record (olympic fever y’all) and we’re going for the big three month round up, it just got real. 

Here are the highlights of the last three months…

Check out the ITYLTS Best of 2012…so far - 30 of the best of 2012

Work Drugs dropped their latest album Absolute Bearing, with “Boogie Lights”, “License to Drive” and I chatted to them about important worldly issues

Childish Gambino dropped a new mixtape Royalty (first new material since last year’s Camp). Highlights were his collaboration with Beck on “Silk Pillows

The Neighbourhood released their debut EP, I’m Sorry and got everyone very excited for what was going to come next, definitely check out “Sweater Weather

Frank Ocean surprised the internet by releasing his hotly anticipated debut album Channel Orange a week before originally scheduled, before all this “Pyramids" gave us a taster of what we were to expect from the album. 

Hit-Boy stepped from behind the boards in the studio to say hey I can rap, here’s “Old School Caddy" with Kid Cudi. 

Passion Pit gave us the first taste of their new album Gossamer with “Take A Walk" "Constant Conversations" and "I’ll Be Alright

Moby re-recorded “Extreme Ways" for the new Bourne film. 

Tame Impala have new material out, “Elephant" and "Apocalypse Dreams

The Olympics are upon us and Underworld were in charge of the music for the opening ceremony, check out “Caliban’s Dream" featuring Alex Trimble from Two Door Cinema Club- who also have new track out "Sleep Alone

Fiona Apple came out of a hiatus to deliver her first album in 7 years, The Idler Wheel… and did not disappoint- check out “Every Single Night

Yeasayer teased their new album with “Henrietta” and “Longevity

The Griswolds followed up “Mississippi” with the amazing “Heart of a Lion" while chatting with me about even more important global issues

The Helio Sequence broke their silence with “October" from their forthcoming album.

Nas came back to a career high with new album Life is Good, check out “Bye Baby" and "Cherry Wine ft. Amy Winehouse

Theophilus London dropped his new mixtape Rose Island, Vol. 1 with the amazing cover of Wang Chung’s “Dance Hall Days

The xx leaked the first track “Angels" from Coexist, the follow up to their massive debut. 

The Antlers released a game changing EP Undersea, “Drift Drive

Hoodie Allen kept on giving with “Hey Now" that didn’t quite make it to All American

Freelance Whales has a new album coming out, here’s “Locked Out

Slow Club had a video starring Daniel Radcliffe for “Beginners

Carly Rae Jepson took over the whole world with “Call Me Maybe”, so check out these live performances with Jimmy Fallon and covers by Ben Howard. 

Remix, Baby: Some amazing remixes of AlunaGeorge, Fiona Apple, Theophilus London, The Weeknd, Lana Del Rey and Imagine Dragons and of course remix artist LEANN GRIMES.

disCOVER: Here are some flipped covers of Lana Del Rey, Robyn, Twin Peaks by She’s So Rad, Foster The People by Usher, Coldplay, SpoonFrankie goes to Hollywood by Fossil Collective, Body Language by Emil & Friends, Gotye by fun. and Active Child by Ellie Goulding.  

New Discoveries (new to me at least): the amazing of Verona, Kick Up The Fire, Splash, Friends, JMSN, Rhye, UMA, Alex Evans, Big K.R.I.T., Wild Combination and Youth Lagoon

Summer Playlist 2012 with Poolside, Trails and Ways, RAC, The Knocks, Blackbird Blackbird and Tyler the Creator & Toro Y Moi

Biggest Videos: If you haven’t seen these, well go and see brand new videos from Lana Del Rey, Delta Heavy, Watch The Throne, Coldplay & Rihanna, San Cisco and Charli XCX

Enjoy party people.  



Hoodie Allen: “Hey Now”

Sometimes I’m wary of tracks released a little later because they didn’t make it onto the album. I start to ask questions like why didn’t it get on it, what’s wrong with it…why don’t you love it like the other tracks, what did it do? Then I realise those questions are stupid and silly. 

Here’s a new track from Hoodie Allen, “Hey Now” that didn’t make it onto his first full-length album All American but still goes hard and shows how far Hoodie has come since the early days. Be sure to catch Hoodie on his upcoming tour in September, y’all. Dates is here.



VIDEO: Hoodie Allen “No Faith In Brooklyn ft. Jhameel”

Waking up to a new Hoodie Allen album is a great thing to wake up to and Hoodie’s debut EP on iTunes All American is awesome. Its his first album where he hasn’t relied on samples and instead showcases the production talents in the Hoodie Allen camp. If you haven’t grabbed a copy yet go do it, it’s only $4.99 in US and £3.49 in UK so there really is no excuse and Hoodie has been awfully good to us before with the free music. To give you a little taste check out the video above for “No Faith In Brooklyn” featuring Jhameel. 


Because I’m good to you, you can stream All American right here. Please support Hoodie and go and buy it too



VIDEO: Hoodie Allen “No Interruptions”

Hoodie is getting us all excited for his debut commercial release All American on April 10th. Here’s the video for brand new track “No Interruptions” that should wet everyone’s appetite for the up coming release. And then there’s the 22 date All American tour, big things are happening in the Hoodie camp, get involved and grab “No Interruptions” over in iTunes now. 

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Hoodie Allen: “Song For An Actress”

Happy Leap Day everyone, I hope Leap Day Williams gave you candy for those tears! As celebration, lets show some love to Hoodie Allen and his Leap Year mixtape. Always in steady rotation in my iTunes, this mixtape is fun from beginning to end and I am super excited for what Hoodie has in store for us in the coming months including teasers of a tour and a proper fully fledged album up available on iTunes. Big things happening.

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