Run The Jewels share new song “Bust No Moves” — listen

Run The Jewels share new song “Bust No Moves” — listen

Photo by Joshua Mellin

For this year’s Record Store Day, Run The Jewels have dropped a slick new 12-inch. The collection includes older cuts in “Pew Pew Pew”, “Love Again” (off Run The Jewels 2), and “Blockbuster Night Pt. 2″ (a bonus joint from Run The Jewels). Most importantly, however, is a previously unreleased track called “Bust No Moves”.

Here, El-P and Killer Mike talk reefers, hashtags, riots, and more, with additional bars provided by Arkansas rapper SL Jones. Listen to the brooding jam below (via Fast Food Music).


Run The Jewels Record Store Day 12″ Tracklist:
01. Bust No Moves feat. SL Jones
02. Pew Pew Pew
03. Love Again
04. Blockbuster Night Pt. 2

Foo Fighters rock out in tiny Ohio record store in celebration of Record Store Day

Foo Fighters rock out in tiny Ohio record store in celebration of Record Store Day

Dave Grohl served as this year’s Record Store Day Ambassador, so naturally, Foo Fighters went all out on this national day of celebration. In addition to releasing an EP of rarities and unreleased songs, the band performed a gig inside the Record Connection, a tiny record store in Niles, Ohio, located just miles away from Grohl’s hometown of Warren.

Those fans who managed to gain access were treated to a nine-song set featuring performances of “White Limo”, “Pretender”, “Alone + Easy Target”, and a cover of Kim Wilde’s “Kids in America”. “I know we’re in a strip mall,” [but] let’s pretend this is a stadium!” Grohl told the 150-person capacity crowd.

Check out a few photos from the festivities and the setlist below.

Instagram Photo

Setlist:
White Limo
Arlandria
Congregation
The Pretender
Learn to Fly
My Hero
Big Me
Alone + Easy Target
Kids in America

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