The week is over, and it's time once again for our weekly Noisey Radio broadcast, which now airs Saturday morning at 9 AM EST / 6 AM PST and Sunday night at 9 PM EST / 6 PM EST on Beats 1 radio. This week's episode 21 starts out with a mix featuring LA R&B whiz Ty Dolla $ign, whose debut studio album Free TC deserves your time and money this fall, Saddle Creek indie rockers the Good Life, Justin Bieber (who trounced One Direction in their album sales showdown as we predicted he would), as well as a world premiere from Atlanta rapper Yung Ralph with an assist from Young Thug.
After the mix we talk Minnesota punk stalwarts the Dillinger Four, who our own Dan Ozzi recently trailed for a few days on tour, remarking afterward that they're "music's underachiever laureates." Ryan of MPLS punks Off with Their Heads and Dave from Philly's Loved Ones take time out to break down D4's over 20 year career and their formidable sphere of influence. Check out our Dillinger Four profile right here.
Lastly comes a chat with LA-by-way-of-Indiana spitter Freddie Gibbs, whose just released new album Shadow of a Doubt follows last year's critically acclaimed Madlib teamup Pinata by pairing the rapper up with some of the era's most in-demand production talents. For a supplementary read, review our latest talk with Gibbs right here.
Here is the Noisey Radio Episode 21 Tracklist
Ty Dolla $ign - "Guard Down (feat. Kanye West & Diddy)"
Muncie Girls - "Gas Mask"
The Good Life - "Forever Coming Down"
Tonstartssbandht - "Midnite Cobras"
Justin Bieber - "We Are (feat. Nas)"
Yung Ralph - "Bands (Feat. Young Thug)" [Prod. By London On Da Track] **World Premiere**
In Dillinger Four We Trust feat. Ryan Young and Dave Hause
Dillinger Four - "¡¡Noble Stabbing!!"
Dillinger Four - "O.K. F.M. D.O.A."
Dillinger Four - "Who Didn’t Kill Bambi?"
Dillinger Four - "Doublewhiskeycokenoice"
Freddie Gibbs Is Beyond Shadow of a Doubt
Freddie Gibbs - "10 Times (feat. Gucci Mane & E-40)"
Freddie Gibbs - "Freddie Gordy"
Freddie Gibbs - "Fuckin' Up the Count"
Freddie Gibbs - "Extradite (feat. Black Thought)"