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Florence and the Machine premiere new song As Far As I Could Get listen
Apr 18, 2015 2:27pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Florence and the Machine will release their highly-anticipated new album, How Big How Blue How Beautiful, on June 2nd through Republic Records. As a preview of sorts, the UK outfit’s issued a Record Store Day 12-inch containing the lead single “What Kind of Man” and “As Far As I Could Get”, a bonus non-LP track. “As Far As I Could Get” has surfaced online and can be heard in all its devastating sadness below.

In addition to the RSD 12-inch, “As Far As I Could Get” will be available in the limited-edition vinyl box set version of How Big How Blue How Beautiful.




Record Store Day 2015 at Rough Trade East in London
Apr 18, 2015 2:00pm | The Line Of Best Fit
Rough Trade East in London celebrates the annual Record Store Day with exclusive releases and performances. Burak Cingi provides the pictures.>


Run The Jewels Bust No Moves (Feat. SL Jones)
Apr 18, 2015 1:24pm | StereoGum
Run The Jewels have shared a new song for their Record Store Day exclusive 7-inch. It's called "Bust No Moves" and features Arkansas rapper SL Jones and was produced by El-P and Little Shalimar. The RSD release also includes the RTJ bonus track "Pew Pew Pew," RTJ2's "Love Again" (which got left off … More »



Run The Jewels share new song Bust No Moves listen
Apr 18, 2015 1:01pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Photo by Joshua Mellin

For this year’s Record Store Day, Run The Jewels have dropped a slick new 12-inch. The collection includes older cuts in “Pew Pew Pew”, “Love Again” (off Run The Jewels 2), and “Blockbuster Night Pt. 2″ (a bonus joint from Run The Jewels). Most importantly, however, is a previously unreleased track called “Bust No Moves”.

Here, El-P and Killer Mike talk reefers, hashtags, riots, and more, with additional bars provided by Arkansas rapper SL Jones. Listen to the brooding jam below (via Fast Food Music).

http://fastfoodmusic.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/01.-Bust-No-Moves-feat.-Cuz.mp3

Run The Jewels Record Store Day 12″ Tracklist:
01. Bust No Moves feat. SL Jones
02. Pew Pew Pew
03. Love Again
04. Blockbuster Night Pt. 2



Blur shares new song My Terracotta Heart listen
Apr 18, 2015 12:25pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Later this month, Blur is set to return with its first new album in 12 years, The Magic Whip. Already we’ve heard a handful of tracks in “Go Out”, “Lonesome Street”, “There Are Too Many of Us”, and “Ong Ong”. Now, the English outfit’s broken off another piece of the LP with “My Terracotta Heart”.

Highlighted by Damon Albarns misty croon, the yearning number forges on with the help of steady, crackling percussion. Listen in below.

The Magic Whip hit shelves on April 27th. Blur may hit the tour in support, but that all depends on the fans.

In related news, in celebration of Record Store Day, a Magic Whip ice cream truck will be at select Los Angeles record shops this afternoon handing out free frozen treats and flexi-discs.

The Magic Whip Tracklist:
01. Lonesome Street
02. New World Towers
03. Go Out
04. Ice Cream Man
05. Thought I Was A Spaceman
06. I Broadcast
07. My Terracotta Heart
08. There Are Too Many Of Us
09. Ghost Ship
10. Pyongyang
11. Ong Ong
12. Mirrorball



Livestream The Global Citizen Earth Day Concert Feat. No Doubt, My Morning Jacket, Mary J. Blige
Apr 18, 2015 11:48am | StereoGum
The Global Citizen Earth Day rally is taking place today on the National Mall in Washington D.C. to draw awareness to the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, and to put pressure on the upcoming meetings of the World Banks and the IMF to enact climate change reform. The big event of the day is a … More »



Future Islands release new single The Chase listen
Apr 18, 2015 10:54am | Cosequence Of Sound

Future Islands visited the legendary Abbey Road Studios last month laying down some new material, their first since last year’s breakthrough Singles. One of the new tracks, “The Chase”, was made as a special Record Store Day release.

It was recorded straight to vinyl, sent from the Studio Three mixing desks straight to the vinyl lathes. Unfortunately for collectors, the recording is the most exclusive of exclusives. Only one copy of the lacquer was made available, raffled off to UK record stores. Seismic Records came away the winner, and are in turn raffling off the disc for charity.

Of course, this doesn’t mean the track will go unheard. In fact, “The Chase” was broadcast on Mary Anne Hobbs’ BBC 6Music show on Saturday morning. You can listen to a replay of the broadcast here (“The Chase” begins at the 2:19:00 mark).



Stream Whatever Nevermind: A Tribute To Nirvanas Nevermind
Apr 18, 2015 9:46am | StereoGum
Robotic Empire has put together a second Nirvana tribute album for Record Store Day. The first one was released for last year's RSD, and had various artists covering the entirety of In Utero. This year's edition sees them tackling Nevermind with the cleverly titled Whatever Nevermind. Torche does "In Bloom," Nothing does "Something … More »



Princes Facebook page was hacked
Apr 18, 2015 9:40am | Cosequence Of Sound

As someone who’s notoriously shunned technology, it was rather shocking when Prince decided to join Facebook and host a fan Q&A last October. His interest waned relatively quickly however, as he deleted the page after answering just one question. This morning, Prince’s Facebook page was re-activated with a pair of messages promising new music.

Sadly, it appears the real Prince was not the one behind these postings, but rather a hacker who managed to guess his password (‘Purple’, ‘Pancakes’, ‘New Girl’?). Either that, or Prince was feeling particularly self-depreciating — and hungry.

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The page was taken down by Facebook a little after 10:30 a.m. Saturday.



Were livestreaming Phonicas RSD in-store with Four Tet, Andres and more
Apr 18, 2015 9:32am | Fact Magazine

Four of the best DJs in the world, direct from Phonica.

From 4pm GMT today, FACT and The Vinyl Factory are livestreaming the Record Store Day in-store showcases from Phonica Records in London’s Soho.

Over four hours we’re bringing you exclusive DJ sets from an international cast that includes London’s Four Tet, Detroit legend Andres, Montreal’s Jacques Greene and New Jersey’s Todd Edwards.

The livestream will be going out via YouTube and you can watch it all on the FACT homepage.

Set times are:
4pm Jacques Greene ( LuckyMe, Night Slugs)
5pm DJ Dez Andres (La Vida, Black Mahogani, Mahogani Music)
6pm Todd Edwards ( i! Records, BODY HIGH)
7pm Four Tet (Official) (Text Records)

The post We’re livestreaming Phonica’s RSD in-store with Four Tet, Andres and more appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Photos: Faith No More @ Keller Auditorium, Portland 4/17/15
Apr 18, 2015 9:20am | StereoGum
Faith No More's comeback tour is in full swing, and last night they made a stop at Portland's Keller Auditorium. They opened up their set with "Motherfucker," the Record Store Day single that announced their return last year, and continued on with a set that spanned their long career, and even contained a cover … More »



DMZ returns to Brixton this July for 10th birthday bash
Apr 18, 2015 8:57am | Fact Magazine

Ten years of meditating on bass weight.

Yesterday, DMZ co-founder Mala let out via Twitter that the original crew – Sgt. Pokes, Coki, Loefah and himself – would return to their spiritual home in Brixton for a July bash in celebration of their tenth birthday.

No details as to where in Brixton the party will go down yet. DMZ’s original homes at Third Base and then Mass in St. Matthew’s Church are now closed.

While you wait for more details, including the line up, listen back to Mala and Loefah back to back in 2006 at FWD>>.

The post DMZ returns to Brixton this July for 10th birthday bash appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..


Watch The Series Premiere Of Diplos Animated TV Show Major Lazer
Apr 18, 2015 8:10am | StereoGum
Diplo's Major Lazer animated series has been in the works for a long time -- they were obviously fixated on '80s cartoons since the release of their first album back in 2009 -- and it finally premiered on FXX's Animation Domination block on Thursday night. They also debuted a new song, "Night Riders," in … More »



Future Islands The Chase
Apr 18, 2015 7:21am | StereoGum
Future Islands debuted their new Record Store Day exclusive single "The Chase" on Mary Anne Hobbs' BBC Radio 6 show earlier today. They played the song live for the first time a few weeks back. The physical version of the 7-inch was recorded directly to vinyl at London's Abbey Road studios, and will only … More »



Frantic Comes With the Territory: Friday the 13th composer Harry Manfredini talks horror, synths and jazz
Apr 18, 2015 7:16am | Fact Magazine

One day, at the dawn of the 1980s, Harry Manfredini sat down in the front room of his Bergen County home off Route 4 and started to compose the score to Friday the 13th Part 2.

He didnt have long maybe three weeks but he had a secret weapon by his side and it said Korg on the box. This would be his second contribution to one of the best-known and longest-running horror film sagas of all time and only his tenth feature as principal composer.

He would go on to write the music for the next five blood-soaked visits to Camp Crystal Lake, take a break when Jason took Manhattan in 1989, and return for parts 9 and 10. In the meantime, Manfredini added his distinctive blend of jazz-inflected rhythms and post-Schoenberg sonorities to films from the House, Wishmaster, The Hills Have Eyes, and Swamp Thing series. Now in his early 70s, Manfredini lives in California, with over 140 films to his name and another 10 in the pipeline.

“He said to me, I am going to make the scariest film ever, called Friday the 13th, and you are going to score it.”
Harry Manfredini

Born in Chicago at the tail end of World War 2, Manfredini developed a love of music early on from the classic Hollywood films he would see at home on television. He studied at DePaul University in his hometown before pursuing a master’s at Western Illinois, and finally mo...

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