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Listen to Bob Dylans unreleased cover of John Lee Hookers Tupelo
Oct 23, 2014 10:25am | Cosequence Of Sound
On November 4th, Bob Dylans complete Basement Tapes sessions will see the light of the day for the first time ever. Featuring a whopping 138 tracks, including 30 that were never known to have even existed until this year, the six-disc collection was written with the Band following Dylan’s infamous 1966 motorcycle crash in New York.
Although some of the 100+ songs were passed along to other artists The Byrds (“You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere) and Peter, Paul and Mary (“Too Much of Nothing”) Dylan’s own versions of these tracks went on to appear as bootleg recordings, only later seeing an official release in 1975.
Already we’ve heard a handful of Basement Tapes cuts in the previously unreleased “Dress It Up, Better Have It All”, an alternate take of “Lo and Behold”, and an early version of “Odds and Ends”. Now, another track has been unearthed: Dylan’s cover of John Lee Hookers “Tupelo Blues”, a blues song about the 1936 flooding of Tupelo, Mississippi. While it’s tad more upbeat than the somber original, Dylan adopts Hooker’s talking blues style, his scruffy voice serving as an especially beguiling narrator.
Listen in below (via Stereogum).
Pre-orders for the The Basement Tapes are ongoing. Below, check out the full tracklist.
The Basement Tapes Complete: Th...
Lone Restless City Video (Stereogum Premiere)
Oct 23, 2014 10:25am | StereoGum
Lone’s Reality Testing jam “Restless City” was released as a single this week with a remix by Head High as the B-side. To complement the single, the original “Restless City” how has an entertaining animated video by Ruff Mercy. It’s a real sensory overload, with imagery speeding in and out of the frame before you can wrap your mind around it. That makes it a good match for Matt Cutler’s brisk, brainy techno production. Even the dark-hued color palette is a perfect fit for music that casts such a dusky tone without compromising its playful spirit. Check out the video below, where you can also hear the Head High remix.
Les Sins Talk About
Oct 23, 2014 10:22am | StereoGum
Lately Chaz Bundick has taken a break from running Toro Y Moi so that he can make patient, reticent, finely textured dance music under his Les Sins moniker. He’s been dropping singles under that name for years, and Michael, the first-ever Les Sins album, arrives next month. We’ve posted early singles “Bother” and “Why,” and now Bundick has shared “Talk About,” a subtle house track that lightly clowns the entire idea of indie rock interviews. A sampled voice asks a musician the most boring questions that an interviewer can ask a musician, and later it turns into a rapper talking about someone getting shot. Listen to the crafty track below.
Listen: Misun - Superstitions
Oct 23, 2014 10:22am | The Line Of Best Fit
The L.A./D.C. four-piece are readying their debut LP for an 11 November release, and this is the lead single.>
Iggy Azalea shares new song Iggy SZN listen
Oct 23, 2014 10:21am | Cosequence Of Sound
On November 24th, Iggy Azalea will release a deluxe reissue of her debut album, The New Classic. Entitled Reclassified, the 12-track album features her biggest hits — the Charli XCX-aided “Fancy” and “Black Widow” — alongside five brand new tracks, including collaborations with Ellie Goulding, MØ, and Jennifer Hudson. That’s the refurbished album artwork above.
Azalea will reportedly debut “Beg For It”, her duet with MØ, when she appears as the musical guest on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. In the meantime, she’s shared another new track in the form of “Iggy SZN”. As its title might suggest, the Aussie MC is declaring this point in history to be her time, spitting lines like “Bitches gonna hate while critics critique / I pay em no mind whenever they speak, what they make a year I can make in a week” over a vaguely electro beat of sputtering synths and hand claps. Whether you love or her not, her history-making resume does add true legitimacy to her endless swagger-drenched claims.
Listen in below (via HipHipNMore).
Gang Of Youths Benevolence Riots (Stereogum Premiere)
Oct 23, 2014 10:03am | StereoGum
Australian indie-rockers Gang Of Youths play bold-yet-brooding music akin to Alligator-era the National. They’ve garnered radio spins on both sides of the Atlantic, appearances at CMJ and SXSW, and gigs with Sky Ferreira, Smith Westerns, and MS MR among others, and new single “Benevolence Riots” suggests all that attention has been well-deserved. A steady rhythmic churn and a piercing guitar riff serve as the basis for a story sung in David Leaupepe’s melodious baritone. The frontman offered some background on the subject matter:
video premiere: Beverly Yales Life
Oct 23, 2014 10:00am | Gorilla Vs Bear
Beverly‘s dreamy, sweetly romantic ballad “Yale’s Life” gets some fitting, gloriously languid slow-motion visuals from director Jim Larson. Taken from one of the more underrated records of the year, Beverly’s debut full-length Careers. Drew Citron and Beverly are in NYC this week for CMJ; check all of their dates after the jump…
FRI 10/24 / Knitting Factory – Culture Collide –
Les Sins Talk About
Oct 23, 2014 9:59am | Gorilla Vs Bear
[the opening track from Les Sins' Michael, out November 4 on Company]
Scott Walker & Sunn O))) Brando Video
Oct 23, 2014 9:57am | StereoGum
The enigmatic experimental music master and human myth Scott Walker just teamed up with drone-metal wraiths Sunn O))) to release an uncompromising collaborative album called Soused. And now the choreographer Gisèle Vienne has made a “short film” to accompany its opening track, the berserk nine-minute meditation “Brando.” The icily precise, cryptic video is full of near-motionless dancing and ominous tracking shots through fog-enshrouded forests. The French writer and actress Catherine Robbe-Grillet makes an appearance. Watch this strange, intense piece of work below.
Deli Magazine: Laura Cole Band, Invisible Familiars, Motopony, Son Of An Illustrious Father @ Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 1): October 22, 2014
Oct 23, 2014 9:50am | CMJ
Photos by Sherine Toussaint.
The post Deli Magazine: Laura Cole Band, Invisible Familiars, Motopony, Son Of An Illustrious Father @ Rockwood Music Hall (Stage 1): October 22, 2014 appeared first on CMJ.
Scott Walker and Sunn O))) turn Brando into bizarre horror film watch
Oct 23, 2014 9:50am | Cosequence Of Sound
Some of the best horror movies have nothing to do with how many liters of blood were used or the number of jump scares that occurred. Instead, the most frightening films bombard the audience with disturbing images and ideas and let us fill in the gaps with our own worst fears and preconceived notions. That seems to be the method adopted by Scott Walker and Sunn O))), who’ve presented something of a ’70s-inspired psycho-horror short film with their new video for “Brando”.
Directed by French artist/choreographer Gisèle Vienne, the clip is a befuddling tale of a mother and her son: what begins as apparently innocent bonding time turns in a surreal affair as the boy locks himself away and the mother undergoes some bizarre, dance-orientated break with reality. When an older, bureaucratic-looking woman arrives at the end, the flood of questions is almost physically overwhelming. With its Avant garde feel, pronounced erotic undertones, and well-timed use of a lil’ bit of gore, this clip draws true, visceral terror from the endless ocean of mystery you can’t help but dive into. Watch it below (via NPR).
“Brando” is the opening track of Walker and Sunn O)))’s collaborative album, Soused, out now via 4AD.
Panda Bear Reveals New Album Details & EP, Shares New Song/Video for Mr Noah
Oct 23, 2014 9:46am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Noah Lennox, aka Panda Bear, has revealed all the of the details for his new LP, Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, scheduled to drop on January 13th (pre-order it here). In addition, to keep people calm in the meantime, he has surprised everyone with the Mr Noah EP and a video for the the album’s first single and EP title track. The EP will also include three non-album b-sides and can be downloaded here. Listen to and watch the video for “Mr Noah” below and check out some pretty creepy and mesmerizing visuals (screenshot below) by Danny Perez here.
see tracklist for the EP and LP…
Mr Noah EP Tracklisting
Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper
Four unreleased Brian Eno albums to see light in December
Oct 23, 2014 9:45am | Cosequence Of Sound
Brian Eno will release four albums worth of unreleased or rare music as part of a new archival campaign revisiting his ambient works from the 1990s. On December 2nd, All Saints Records will reissue four Eno solo albums — 1992’s Nerve Net, 1992’s The Shutov Assembly, 1993’s Neroli, and 1997’s The Drop — each featuring a second disc of bonus material.
Among the included material:
– The first-ever commercial release of My Squelchy Life: originally intended for release in 1991, several of the tracks were later reworked for Nerve Net.
– Seven unreleased tracks from the sessions that led to The Shutov Assembly.
– An unreleased hour-long ambient work from 1992 called “New Space Music”.
– A nine-track compilation of alternate mixes and rare recordings only originally available as a limited-edition release to accompany 77 Million – An Audio Visual Installation By Brian Eno at Laforet Museum in Harajuku, Japan.
See the full tracklist below. Pre-orders for each release are available through Eno’s website.
Nerve Net Tracklist:
Crack In The Road x Disco Naivete: QTY, Tei Shi, Yum Dee Days, Money @ Pianos: October 22, 2014
Oct 23, 2014 9:40am | CMJ
Photos by Merissa Blitz and Austin Pulliam
The post Crack In The Road x Disco Naivete: QTY, Tei Shi, Yum Dee Days, Money @ Pianos: October 22, 2014 appeared first on CMJ.
Bob Dylan Tupelo (John Lee Hooker Cover) (Stereogum Premiere)
Oct 23, 2014 9:30am | StereoGum
For years, The Basement Tapes, Bob Dylan’s 1967 recordings with the Band, went unreleased; the heavily bootlegged album only saw release in 1975. And many of the songs that they recorded together still haven’t seen release, but that’s about to change. There’s a deluxe six-CD reissue of The Basement Tapes coming next month, and it includes songs that have never seen the light of day. We already posted one of those songs, the rockabilly pastiche “Dress It Up, Better Have It All.” Now we’ve got another, a cover of blues great John Lee Hooker’s talking blues song “Tupelo.” The original is a harrowing talking blues song about a flood destroying a town. Dylan and the Band used Muddy Waters’ “Mannish Boy” riff and played around with the lyrics, which Dylan couldn’t quite remember. Listen to their version below.
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