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Woman dies after fall at Stone Roses concert
Jun 17, 2013 10:30am | Fact Magazine
Sad news after the Saturday concert at Glasgow Green.
The BBC reports that a 24-year-old woman has died after falling at the Stone Roses concert in Glasgow on Saturday. She was among the 50,000 fans in attendance to see the Madchester icons, Primal Scream, Jake Bugg, and The View.
The woman was treated at the venue before being transferred to a local hospital, where she died. According to police, a post mortem examination will be held to determine the cause of the woman’s death.
Jun 17, 2013 10:23am | StereoGum
Last week, Adult Swim kicked off this summer’s Singles Series with “36″ Chain,” the new track from El-P and Killer Mike’s Run The Jewels project. Today, they follow it up with “Barbie Jeep,” the latest from the Florida rapper Kitty, formerly Kitty Pryde. Hot Sugar produced this one, and it’s a sidelong dance track about not being able to dance, one that also works as a put-down. Download it below.
Valient Thorr streaming new LP, on tour with Gypsyhawk and Ramming Speed, playing NYC this week (dates)
Jun 17, 2013 10:17am | Brooklyn Vegan
Valient Thorr at Gramercy Theater in 2012 (more by Di
Party metallers Valient Thorr are set to release their new album, Our Own Masters, this week (6/18) via Volcom Entertainment, and while you wait for the official release, you can stream the album in its entirety below.
The band are also on tour now with support from fellow retro-minded band Gypsyhawk and the thrashy Ramming Speed. That tour swings through NYC for shows TONIGHT (6/17) at The Studio at Webster Hall and Tuesday (6/18) at Saint Vitus. Tickets for the Studio show and the Saint Vitus show are on sale now. Fear Report and Mighty High are on the Studio show too.
All dates are listed, along with the album stream, below...
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Listen to Skrillex
Jun 17, 2013 10:15am | Fact Magazine
Wild for the night.
His contributions might not have made the final cut on Yeezus, but Sonny “Skrillex” Moore still turned in a powerhouse session for his second BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix this weekend.
The fist-pumping collection of EDM anthems features material from Dog Blood (his collaboration with Boys Noize), Disclosure, plenty of contributions from his OWSLA imprint, and other main room favorites. High points include his bootleg of Blawan’s ‘Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage?’ and a mash-up of Jeremih’s ‘Fuck U All the Time’ and D’Angelo’s ‘French Fries’.
Stream the set and check out the full playlist over at the BBC. Unfortunately, none of the material from his collaboration with Riff Raff is included.
Indulge your masochism: hear Chris Brown
Jun 17, 2013 10:12am | Fact Magazine
watch Kylesa's new video for "Unspoken"
Jun 17, 2013 10:09am | Brooklyn Vegan
still from Kylesa's "Unspoken" video
Psychedelic sludge band Kylesa just brought their tour through NYC for a great show at Music Hall of Williamsburg, and have now just revealed the video for "Unspoken," one of the standout singles on their new record, Ultraviolet. Check it out below...
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Franz Ferdinand announces U.S. tour
Jun 17, 2013 10:07am | Cosequence Of Sound
Franz Ferdinand have announced U.S. tour dates behind their new album, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action, due out August 27th via Domino. The jaunt kicks off October 4th in Houston and includes an appearance at Austin City Limits before wrapping October 24th in Toronto. Check out the band’s complete tour schedule below.
Franz Ferdinand 2013 Tour Dates:
The 9 Best Things At Bonnaroo 2013
Jun 17, 2013 10:06am | StereoGum
This year’s Bonnaroo curators covered important bases in terms of top-level talent: from iconic boomer-fare like Paul McCartney and Tom Petty, to iconic R&B fare like R. Kelly, to iconic hipster/hippie fare (a Bonnaroo speciality) in Animal Collective. And the undercard was ripe, too, with strong names from most every genre over four days on the ‘Roo family farm. You could focus on bands like Baroness, or Death Grips, or Nas, or Edward Sharp. Which is not to say you should focus on every band, but as a New Yorker once said, the world is yours (is yours is yours).
In Centeroo, the festival’s central marketplace, folks danced to a dubstep remix of Sublime’s “Santeria.” Molly was everywhere, but it was most especially with the ripped kid wearing a shirt that said “MOLLY MONSTER,” who took the xx’s midnight set to announce loudly “I’m on probation, too. Guess what? I’M ON EVERYTHING.” Welcome to Bonnaroo 2013.
Take our word for it: The shows were great! The experience was immersive and things were remarkably organized, midday and midnight alike, in that way that makes Bonnaroo a special American festival. And so, onstage, many special things happened. A quick rundown of some memories:
Tamaryn releasing Anton Newcombe-remixed 'Tender New Signs,' playing two Brooklyn shows in July (dates, stream)
Jun 17, 2013 10:03am | Brooklyn Vegan
While Tamaryn plots her third album, she has handed over her last one, Tender New Signs, to Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anton Newcombe to remix. His version of Tender New Signs should be out later this year, and you can stream a rough mix of "Afterlight" below.
Tamaryn also has some shows coming up this year, including a couple in NYC. She's performing, alongside The Drums (who just played New Music Seminar) for Prospect Park Alliance's benefit, Summer Soirée 2013 which happens July 24 at the Prospect Park Boathouse. This gala event, hosted by the Junion Committee, isn't cheap ($75 - $250) but it does go to the park. Tickets are on sale now.
Two days after that, Tamaryn will play less rarified digs, headlining 285 Kent on July 26. That show is with Mirror Mirror, Haribo, and Dee Dee from Dum Dum Girls on DJ duty. Tickets are on sale now.
All Tamryn dates (including those crazy Converse shows in San Francisco) are listed below...
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Johnny Marr announces October UK tour
Jun 17, 2013 10:03am | NME
The guitarist's new single 'New Town Velocity' will be out on July 22
Jun 17, 2013 9:57am | StereoGum
Black Up, the first full-length from Seattle art-rap enigmas Shabazz Palaces, is two years old now, but they’ve only just released a video for the album track “An Echo From The Hosts That Profess Infinitum.” The stark black-and-white clip, from director Joris Grelet, stars a pair of stylish masked ninja figures, guys who wield katanas and molotov cocktails and who dress with more flair than anyone you know. Watch it below.
Rick Rubin discusses 'punk edge' of Kanye West's 'Yeezus'
Jun 17, 2013 9:56am | NME
The super-producer was drafted in at the last moment to oversee the rapper's latest album
Jun 17, 2013 9:50am | Cosequence Of Sound
Michigan dance-pop outfit Stepdad have teamed up with Swedish animators Hannes and Johannes (the same duo who sent Team Spirit to hell) on the video for “Pick and Choose”, off last year’s Wildlife Pop. Watch as the quintet is charged with a Tolkien-inspired mystical quest to deliver a magical box to a mountaintop, along the way dealing with the inherent dangers of the woods (fiendish animals, setting up tents at the proper levels, etc.) and riding a giant mutant kiwi. Whether or not they succeed is moot; what you should be concerned with is why one band member has a Terminator face. Ponder all that and more when you click play below.
Wildlife Pop is out now via Black Bell/Warner Bros. Records. In continued support, the band have announced the “Bill Murray Ate My Neighbors” fall tour for September and October. Consult the full schedule below.
Stepdad 2013 Tour Dates:
Yeah Yeah Yeahs to play intimate Latitude warm-up gig in London
Jun 17, 2013 9:43am | NME
Trio will play Islington Academy on July 15
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