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Bryan Ferry Loop De Li
Sep 23, 2014 8:49am | StereoGum
Roxy Music frontman Bryan Ferry has announced the follow-up to his 2010 solo full-length, Olympia. It’s called Avonmore and features contributions from Todd Terje (Ferry sang on his new album earlier this year), Johnny Marr, Niles Rodgers, Flea, Ronnie Spector, Marcus Miller, Mark Knopfler, and Maceo Parker. The album consists of eight original tracks and two covers: Stephen Sondheim’s “Send In The Clowns” and Robert Palmer’s “Johnny And Mary.” You can check out the tracklist and listen to the opening song from the album, “Loop De Li,” below.
Mark E arrives on Futureboogie with Activity EP hear the acidic title track
Sep 23, 2014 8:44am | Fact Magazine
Our man in the Midlands pitches up on Futureboogie.
We’re big fans of Mark E’s chugging, rough-hewn take on house here at FACT, so we’re delighted to hear about a snappy follow-up to Product Of Industry, his LP for Spectral Spools released at the start of this year.
The three-track Activity EP is is first release for Bristol imprint Futureboogie, and sees the Brummie producer wading into murky, acid-spiked waters with a shape-shifting track that stomps along at a ”house music pace but with plenty of techno swagger”, as the label explains.
The EP is due on vinyl on October 27 with a digital release to follow on November 10. XLR8R have the track premiere head on over to hear it.
Back in February he told FACT about his new analogue direction on Product Of Industry, and he delivered a top-drawer FACT mix for us a year ago today.
Brody Dalle criticises Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea over 'horrendous' 'Booty' video
Sep 23, 2014 8:39am | NME
"JLo and Iggy Azalea have lost their heads up each other's big butts," states singer
Julian Casablancas & Blood Orange Played A Secret Show In Brooklyn Last Night
Sep 23, 2014 8:37am | StereoGum
If you’ve never lived in New York, you may have never experienced the whole secret-show rush: You find out about a famous band playing in some way-too-small club tonight, you freak out, you rush to the venue, you pull every string available to get in, and you either make it through the crush at the door or you don’t, and you go home pissed off. The whole process can be amazing, and it can be deeply frustrating, but it’s an essential part of the New York music-dork experience. The latest burst of hysteria came last night at the Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium, where Julian Casablancas + The Voidz (whose album Tyranny drops today) headlined a secret show. They were billed as Rawk Hawks, which might actually be a better name for this band. They played after a band billed as Naranja Bausch, which turned out to be Blood Orange, and a band billed as Big Ups, who turned out to actually be Big Ups.
Julian Casablancas & Blood Orange Played A Secret Show At Brooklyns Shea Stadium Last Night
Sep 23, 2014 8:37am | StereoGum
If you’ve never lived in New York, you may have never experienced the whole secret-show rush: You find out about a famous band playing in some way-too-small club tonight, you freak out, you rush to the venue, you pull every string available to get in, and you either make it through the crush at the door or you don’t, and you go home pissed off. The whole process can be amazing, and it can be deeply frustrating, but it’s an essential part of the New York music-dork experience. The latest burst of hysteria came last night at the Brooklyn DIY venue Shea Stadium, where Julian Casablancas + The Voidz (whose album Tyranny drops today) headlined a secret show. They were billed as Rawk Hawks, which might actually be a better name for this band. They played after a band billed as Naranja Bausch, which turned out to be Blood Orange, and a band billed as Big Ups, who turned out to actually be Big Ups. Brooklyn Vegan has a phew photos.
stream "Make It Witchy" from the new Dead Milkmen LP
Sep 23, 2014 8:36am | Brooklyn Vegan
Satirical punk vets The Dead Milkmen recently announced their new album, Pretty Music For Pretty People (due 10/7, pre-order), and after putting out the video for the title track they're now back with a second single which premieres in this post. "Make It Witchy" is a synth punk jam that's less novelty-sounding than the last single (that one came close to circus music) but it's still got a sneering delivery. Check it out below.
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Thom Yorke adds to the hype by tweeting Radiohead lyrics from inside Radioheads studio
Sep 23, 2014 8:33am | Cosequence Of Sound
Over the weekend, Thom Yorke turned the world on its head by simply posting a photograph of a mysterious white vinyl record, fueling speculation that a new release from the Radiohead frontman could be imminent. Now, he’s shared another cryptic message in the form of lyrics to Radiohead’s Hail to the Thief song “A Wolf at the Door”.
Of course, it remains to be seen whether the vinyl record and the Radiohead lyrics are at all related — though one would imagine Yorke is calculated in his ways, fully aware of the hype he’s generating. One working theory is that Yorke could be releasing a compilation of remixes and edits of old tracks to tide fans over until the release of Radiohead’s ninth LP. Then again, based on the Amok-esque artwork featured alongside the aforementioned vinyl, it would appear a Thom Yorke solo album is much more likely.
Update: In a second tweet, Yorke writes, “Stanley [Donwood] & me going thru 15 years of discarded words & pictures..! while overdubs happen in Radiohead studio. 2nd day only.”
Here are the two tweets:
Warm Soda frontman Matthew Melton releasing a new solo LP (stream "Painted Sign")
Sep 23, 2014 8:28am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo by Steven Ruud
Warm Soda / Bare Wires frontman Matthew Melton is releasing a new solo album, Outside of Paradise, on November 18 via Southpaw Records. It follows his 2010 solo debut, Still Misunderstood, and like that album it was recorded over a number of years (2008-2014), collecting material that never made the cut in his other projects. We've got the premiere of its new single, "Painted Sign," which isn't far from Warm Soda's garagey power pop. Listen below.
Warm Soda have a few shows coming up, including Gonerfest in Memphis this weekend (9/26) and two Austin shows, one with Thee Oh Sees. All of their dates are listed, with the song stream, below...
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Johnny Marr and Nile Rodgers to appear on new Bryan Ferry album
Sep 23, 2014 8:24am | NME
'Avonmore' also features Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea and is set for November release
Its David Bowie Day In Chicago
Sep 23, 2014 8:24am | StereoGum
Last week, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel declared September 23rd (today) “David Bowie Day” in honor of the city’s connection with David Bowie Is, a career retrospective that is making its U.S. debut at the Museum Of Contemporary Art Chicago. The exhibition has already been displayed in London, Berlin, Sao Paulo, and Toronto, and will open in Chicago today. In In his proclamation announcing the celebratory day, Emanuel said that Bowie is “an undisputed global icon boasting a catalogue of 26 critically acclaimed albums” and that his “remarkable half-century career has bridged cultures and faiths while both transcending and fortifying the music, art, fashion & design, and theatrical canons.” Read the full proclamation below.
Charles Bradley adds free NYC show w/ Ratking (5 upcoming NYC shows total)
Sep 23, 2014 8:19am | Brooklyn Vegan
Charles Bradley at Lollapalooza 2013 (more by Dana
Soul singer Charles Bradley has some tour dates coming up, including a few in NYC that we already mentioned like the Beacon Theatre show (10/4) with Afghan Whigs as part of their tour (tickets) and the 3-night Daptone holiday party at The Apollo in December (12/4-6) (tickets). He's now got yet another NYC gig on the horizon, happening this Friday (9/26) at The Garage (611 W 50th St) with rap trio Ratking. That one's FREE with RSVP and there will be free drinks too.
All dates are listed, with a video, below...
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Now Thom Yorkes Teasing New A Wolf At The Door Lyrics, For Some Reason
Sep 23, 2014 8:13am | StereoGum
Over the weekend, both Thom Yorke and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich teased the world by tweeting an image of a mysterious white vinyl record. We didn’t know what that meant, and we still don’t. And now Yorke has added another layer. He’s tweeted an image of a lyric sheet for “A Wolf At The Door,” a song that appeared on Radiohead’s 2003 album Hail To The Thief, except with some lines scratched out and a few words scrawled in. So what could this possibly mean? A tease of a new version of the song? Or maybe Yorke just found a box of old drafts? Let’s all have fun speculating.
new Ryan Hemsworth Snow in Newark
Sep 23, 2014 8:08am | Gorilla Vs Bear
The first single from Ryan Hemsworth‘s forthcoming new record // pre-order the Snow in Newark 7″ here.
Bryan Singer to direct 'X-Men: Apocalypse'
Sep 23, 2014 7:43am | NME
Sequel to 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' will be set in the '80s and feature Cyclops
Jeff and Spencer Tweedy get interviewed, perform on The Colbert Report watch
Sep 23, 2014 7:40am | Cosequence Of Sound
As Tweedy, the father-son duo of Jeff and Spencer Tweedy previously made their late-night debut in July on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Last night, however, they faced far more intimating scenario of an appearance on The Colbert Report.
The Tweedy clan first sat down for an interview with Stephen Colbert to discuss their collaborative project, what it’s like for Spencer to have a rock star for a dad, and whether Jeff ever has to his discipline his song while out on the road.
They then supported the release of their debut LP, Sukierae, by performing “Low Key” and “World Away”. Watch the replay below.
The focus of our latest cover story, Tweedy are in the midst of a tour that will take them to a half dozen US cities before they head abroad for November. Find their full itinerary here.
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