Arts, Music

Foo Fighters Serve Up ‘Feast Of The Famine,’ And More Singles This Week

Foo Fighters, “The Feast Of The Famine”
3 Stars

You cannot go wrong with the Foo Fighters and this song is all the better as it features one of the band’s classic riffs. “The Feast and The Famine” is reminiscent of the group’s heavier days, and it’s a welcome return. Fans and first-timers will be happy about this one.

Run The Jewels Feat. Zach De La Rocha, “Close Your Eyes (And Count To F—k)”

Listen to this. Right now. El-P and Killer Mike team up with Rage Against the Machine’s Zack De La Rocha (remember him?) and it’s the best. De La Rocha’s vocals are peppered throughout the track as El-P and Mike joke about “conjugal visits.” What could be better?

Radical Face, “Sisters”

Do not let the lengthy intro deter from listening on—this song is great. Radical Face, also known as Ben Cooper, is an alternative artist with a fantastic voice and thoughtful lyrics. Expect to hear this song at Starbucks, playing as the backdrop to one’s hipster lifestyle.

Featured Image Courtesy of RCA Records

October 29, 2014
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