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Watch: Four Tet Explains How He Builds His Live Set...
May 21, 2013 12:55pm | The Daily Swarm
Headlines relating to the Red Bull Music Academy in New York are a dime-a-dozen, but that doesn’t make any of these well-curated events any less special. A select few were treated to a lecture from experimental producer Four Tet on how he builds his live sets. Via Pitchfork:
The 10 Less Obvious Must-See Sets At Sasquatch!
May 21, 2013 12:49pm | StereoGum
If you’re heading to The Gorge for Sasquatch! this weekend, you probably already know to check out Sigur Rós, Vampire Weekend, Tame Impala, and other live favorites. But, as with Coachella, there are some hidden gems of the festival that you need to check out. Some are groups on the verge of breaking through, some are already great bands that just got a bum set time, and others are already popular artists who are going to have some special things in this setting that you may not have realized. So click here to start our list of the 10 less obvious must-see sets for Sasquatch ’13, and look for more coverage this weekend.
Friends and family attend the inauguration of Plaza Joe Strummer in Spain
May 21, 2013 12:46pm | NME
The square in Granada honours the late frontman of The Clash
Listen to two tracks from Hyetal
May 21, 2013 12:39pm | Fact Magazine
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The Bristol producer unveils two new tracks as his sophomore album is pushed back.
Originally due out on May 20, Hyetal’s first album for True Panther, Modern Worship, is now scheduled for a release on June 3. In the meantime, enjoy these two Modern Worship cuts: the stuttering ‘Moving Statues’ (which takes a decidedly ravey turn halfway through) and the glossy, chiptuned ‘Jame The Network’.
Hyetal recently teamed up with fellow Bristolian Kowton as Systems of Desire, and will inaugurate hometown label Happy Skull. FACT recently spoke with Hyetal about escapism, synth-pop inspiration, and working with Jessie Ware.
Tom Jones played Bowery Ballroom (pics, setlist)
May 21, 2013 12:37pm | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by PSquared Photography
Tom Jones @ Bowery Ballroom, 5/18/2013
Jones's voice is so gigantic that it can seem like a put-on, and he's always known it; part of his charm is the way he'll play it up, often with a hoarse cackle at the end of a line, or between songs. But this is a good time for adult-leaning vocal interpreters from the rock generation, especially with atmospheric backing - see Robert Plant and Alison Krauss's Raising Sand, for starters. Jones's new Spirit in the Room (Rounder), produced by Ethan Johns, isn't the first time Jones has put together something of this nature - Johns also produced 2010's gospel-leaning Praise & Blame - but it's clearly a departure from his Vegas-identified norm. - [Rolling Stone]Tom Jones, who doesn't normally play small rooms like Bowery Ballroom, did just that this past weekend (5/18), one of a few club shows plugging his rootsy new album, Spirit in the Room. Those hoping for a glitzy, hit-packed set may have been disappointed -- only his 1966 #1 cover of "Green Green Grass of Home" was played (no "It's Not Unusual" or "Delilah") -- but they did get the Welsh legend's mighty pipes in an intimate setting without the sound of slot machines in the background.
Opening the night with a cover of Leonard Cohen's "Tower of Song," he also gave the audience earthy renditions of The First Edition's "Ju...
Tricky: 'Look, No One Gives a Fuck About Massive Attack'...
May 21, 2013 12:34pm | The Daily Swarm
Tricky doesn’t mince words. With his new album False Idols nearing its release date, Tricky’s press tour hasn’t been filled with many ho-hum Q&A’s. When asked about sincerity, Tricky kind of went off – saying that he had straighten 3D of Massive Attack out. He doesn’t think anyone cares about Massive Attack anymore, so he’s moved on. Via Exberliner:
May 21, 2013 12:34pm | My Old Kentucky Blog
Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Tune in to channel 35 on either SIRIUS or XM at Noon ET or 12am ET/9pm PST each and every Tuesday!
Night Moves – Country Queen
Madlib announces limited Rock Konducta 7
May 21, 2013 12:31pm | Fact Magazine
Return of the Loop Digga.
Madlib‘s sprawling collection of Beat Konducta records still stand as a high point in the producer’s career, and none hit harder than 2010′s Beat Konducta in Africa. Now he’s set to follow that up with a brand new 7″ entitled Rock Kondukta 45, which hints at the kind of sounds we’re due to hear from the forthcoming Rock Konducta LP. From the track previewed below it sounds like Madlib is going deep, draping a typically dusty rhythm with the kind of rock riffs that exist cut into 12″s and LPs most of us never knew existed.
The producer has also announced a very rare show on June 7 at 1015 Folsom in San Francisco, in which he will be exploring the sound of Zambian rock music or Zamrock for short. He’s not coming alone either, the last surviving member of cult Zambian rock act WITCH Emmanuel
Listen to an unreleased version of Talking Heads
May 21, 2013 12:30pm | Cosequence Of Sound
There’s a couple of well-known versions of “Psycho Killer” already out there: the studio version which appeared on The Talking Heads’ debut album Talking Heads ’77, and the live version from the 1984 live concert film Stop Making Sense, where Byrne brings out a boombox, announces to the crowd, “I have a tape I want to play,” and goes into an acoustic version of the song. Now, there’s one more to add to the list.
According to the AV Club (via Dazed Digital), this version of “Psycho Killer” was recorded with singer/songwriter and, as evidenced on the track, noted cellist Arthur Russell. This particular version of the song will be included in a selection of previously unreleased Arthur Russell material, premiering at an exhibition in Detroit this Saturday. If you’re around Motor City area, you can find more info on the event here.
If you can’t make it, enjoy the somber cello underneath the new-wave classic, plus an alternate, more orchestrated version of Russell’s song “Oh Fernando Why”, also being presented at the Detroit exhibition.
listen to the title track from Deafheaven's new 'Sunbather' LP
May 21, 2013 12:29pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Deafheaven at Public Assembly in 2012 (more by Greg
As mentioned, San Francisco black metallers Deafheaven are releasing their new album, Sunbather, on June 11 via Deathwish. You've already heard the first single, "Dream House," and now they've let loose the title track, which like the last single, leans just heavily on shoegaze and post-rock as it does on metal. Check it out below (via FADER).
Deafheaven's tour with Marriages hits NYC for an Invisible Oranges-presented show on July 2 at Saint Vitus with NOTHING. Tickets for that show are still available.
Song stream below...
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Steve Reich Wouldn't Be Here Without New York...
May 21, 2013 12:19pm | The Daily Swarm
Though he spent a brief time in the Bay Area, Steve Reich’s story is all New York, through and though. Like his hero John Coltrane, Reich’s music is pulsing with the vibrancy of the city. In fact, Reich goes so far to say, “New York is so ingrained in my biography that if you took it away, I wouldn
May 21, 2013 12:06pm | StereoGum
From a distance, the title track from Deafheaven’s sophomore LP, Sunbather, sounds like a particularly harrowing and intense act of God — a tornado leveling a concert hall, maybe, or an avalanche burying a valley. But in the lovingly crafted details, the song is all about dynamics: George Clarke’s raw shriek is pure urgency and desperation; percussionist Daniel Tracy’s rhythms vary from hailstorm to sunshower as the movements progress and demand; and Kerry McCoy’s guitars ring out from a din of reverb and noise, bringing melody and muscle, guiding the song through clouds to Olympian heights, and then dipping gracefully, suddenly, into shadows. The final quarter of the 10-minute-plus “Sunbather” is a study in contrast and momentum: A dizzying post-black metal barrage relents, and suddenly the guitars and bass are gentle ripples in an otherwise placid dream-pop pool; then, everything ascends at once, and all the elements combine to reach higher peaks still — climax upon climax, until it is hushed.
Something Is Happening With Boards of Canada in Tokyo Today...
May 21, 2013 12:03pm | The Daily Swarm
Boards of Canada tweeted that cryptic message earlier today, implying something is going down in Tokyo, Japan. The adress is in the Shibuya-ku district and while, at first glance, the address is pointing to either a bank, a Hello Kitty store, or a department store – a Tokyo resident provided some speculative clarification. Via FACT:
Watch: The Thermals Channel Rocky in
May 21, 2013 11:57am | CMJ
Watch The Thermals
May 21, 2013 11:56am | Cosequence Of Sound
Does your pops watch Rocky every time it’s on TNT? Then point him towards The Thermals’ latest video for “The Sunset”. The Desperate Ground track soundtracks a sports montage that pulls from the Sylvester Stallone franchise in all its glory. Bassist Kathy Foster trains hard across Portland, much to the support of her coach, aka drummer Westin Glass. She chases chickens, commits to push ups, and knocks ‘em out of the box. Where’s Hutch? Well, let’s just say that Michael Buffer has his work cut out for him. Get in the ring below.
Desperate Ground is currently available now via Saddle Creek.
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