Interscope (Record label)
Interscope is an American record label, founded by Jimmy Iovine and Ted Field.
Interscope in Features
Music − Interview | posted 29.04.2013
Creating the Balance
Hailed as the savior of West Coast Hip Hop Kendrick Lamar’s »good kid m.A.A.d city’s« album success says something about the current state of Hip Hop. Perhaps there was an audience who was looking for something different, was missing something and perhaps Lamar could cater to these rap fans. We talk to Lamar about the rap game then and now, concept versus freestyle and the significance of Compton within the world of Hip Hop.
Interscope in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 14.11.2013
M.I.A.’s new record, at last – even though the years of musical dog and pony show have left their mark on »Matangi«. There are still quite a few convincing tracks on it.
Music − Review | posted 20.12.2012
Listening to this record in one go can only be done when having to crack a wagon load of nuts or when lifting weights in a low-class fitness studio.
Music − News | posted 13.04.2020
Quelle Chris & Chris Keys
Exclusive: »Innocent Country: Season 2«
Actually, 2020 can erase itself – but: Quelle Chris is releasing a new record. Together with producer Chris Keys and a handful of feature guests. Exclusively from us in a limited colour vinyl edition.
Music − Review | posted 26.05.2020
DIY recordings made in the eighties in the Dutch city of IJmuiden: »Eigen Boezem« exposes music by Hessel Veldman.
Music − News | posted 27.04.2020
Exclusive Edition: »Mordechai«
The new album “Mordechai” by the Texans from Khruangbin will be released June 26th on Dead Oceans. Exclusively at HHV Records the album will be available in a limited Violet Light Translucent Edition.
Music − Portrait | posted 05.05.2020
Amid jazz experiments, electronic brutalism and psychedelic underground, Sergey Klimov digs for treasures for which musicians ended up in prison. With Soviet Grail, the Russian label boss traces the history of Soviet music.
Music − Portrait | posted 07.05.2020
Rave in a time capsule
Roza Terenzi turns past rave days upside down and brushes it with jungle breaks and techno cuts. On »Modern Bliss« she finally ends up in the future.