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Twin Shadows tour bus crashes in Colorado, multiple injuries reported
Apr 17, 2015 11:50am | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Aurora Police Dept.
Two of Twin Shadows tour buses were involved in a multi-vehicle accident on I-70 just outside Denver, Colorado on Monday morning. According to The Denver Post, two buses, two semi-tractor trailers, and a motor home were involved in the crash that occurred at 8:30 a.m. amid dense fog and heavy rain.
According to state police, 12 individuals were transported to a nearby hospital. Trooper Josh Lewis said that of the band’s two buses, the one carrying the crew was the most seriously damaged. “The only people transported were from the crew bus,” Lewis told the Post.
However, Dorrelle Zahn, mother of bassist and keyboardist Spencer Zahn, said that the four band members were taken to the hospital as well. “I’ve been in an accident. I’m in pain but I am conscious. Help is here,” Zahn reportedly texted his mother.
It is unclear exactly who was injured except for the driver of the bus, who has been confirmed as one of those at the hospital. Authorities said the “victims’ injuries range from minor to serious.”
Twin Shadow was scheduled to perform at Denver’s Bluebird Theater this evening, and the show has been canceled. Below, find more images and video from the scene.
new Judge documentary and Into Another EP out now +++++ The Casualties, Agent Orange & more NYC punk shows
Apr 17, 2015 11:47am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo: The Casualties at Acheron in 2013 (more by Tod
Not long ago, we mentioned that NYC street punk vets The Casualties have a NJ show with D.R.I. happening 5/31 at Starland (tickets), and it turns out that show is part of a longer tour for The Casualties. It also includes a Brooklyn show happening June 5 at Acheron with I.R.A., Iron Force and Agitator. Tickets are on sale now. All dates, including a Long Island show, another NJ show, and a Spain festival with Bad Religion and Jello Biafra, are listed below.
That's not the only old school punk show happening in NYC in the next few months. Agent Orange (or at least frontman Mike Palm and the newer members he's playing with now) recently announced a Brooklyn show to take place May 14 at Saint Vitus with In the Whale. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Two days earlier at Saint Vitus (5/12) is Punk Rock Karaoke with members of Social Distortion, the Adolescents, Bad Religion, Circle Jerks and The Dickies (tickets). That's the same lineup doing the karaoke pre-party for Atlanta's Wrecking Ball fest in August. And that fest has its own dose of old school punk from Descendents and Judge.
Speaking of Judge, they're the subject of a new Noisey documentary that's gradually being rolled out. You can watch part 1 and part 2 below.
Judge also shared a ...
Twin Shadow's bus crashed outside Denver (show there tonight has been canceled)
Apr 17, 2015 11:45am | Brooklyn Vegan
scene of the accident (photo via @CSP_News)
Twin Shadow's tour bus was part of a multi-vehicle accident early Friday (4/17) on a stretch of I-70 just outside Denver, Colorado, The Denver Post reports:
"I've been in an accident. I'm in pain but I am conscious. Help is here," bass and keyboard player Spencer Zahn texted his mother Dorrelle Zahn. "He knows that I would be a worry wart."Twin Shadow were due to play Denver tonight (4/17) but that show has been canceled. Let's hope everyone involved recovers quickly.
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Underground heaters, early electronics and boisterous house: The weeks best free mixes
Apr 17, 2015 11:39am | Fact Magazine
Each week, FACT trawls through the untamed world of free mixes, radio specials and live blends so you dont have to.
This week soulful house selections from the Boston underground are balanced out by a more rambunctious selection from one of the UK’s finest, while a pair of dark techno producers from Greece and Italy explore their mutual love of early electronic music. There’s also a pair of great stand-ins on the Hessle Audio show and a killer mix from a record store insider.
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The 5 Best Videos Of The Week
Apr 17, 2015 11:35am | StereoGum
If you were some kind of underground artist making a video this week, it was hard to compete. A few big stars on big labels (or with big cable networks backing them) made videos so goofy and fun and entertaining that no indie type could afford to compete. And yet this week's best video still … More »
Mumford & Sons and Maccabees add 2nd NYC show to tour
Apr 17, 2015 11:27am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo: The Maccabees at MHOW in 2013 (more by Guy
Mumford & Sons and The Maccabees announced a tour earlier this week, including a NYC show happening at Coney Island's MCU Park on June 2. Tickets for that show went on sale today and are apparently almost sold out, but they've already added a second show happening a day later (6/3) at the same venue. Tickets for the new show are on sale now.
Updated dates are listed below...
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INTERVIEW: Greys Shehzaad Jiwani on how to maintain the DIY spirit of Record Store Day
Apr 17, 2015 11:18am | Chart Attack
Photo by: Sarah Cramer
As Record Store Day has grown from a retail novelty to a bigger sure-thing sales day than Christmas or Boxing Day for record stores, there's been a growing list of complaints from DIY labels, bands and shops: it creates strain on vinyl pressing plants, it exploits collectors' sense of completism, it's a cash grab from major labels in the guise of indie values. That's why Greys' Record Store Day "reissue" plan is so refreshing. It's homemade, DIY, kind of ramshackle - about as "indie" as you can get.
The band found a few copies of their debut Ultra Sorta 10" in their Toronto practice space. They recruited their friends Raina Douris, Joel French and Dave Murray to hand draw covers for them and are are giving copies to record stores in Toronto to sell... one copy each. They'll be avaialble tomorrow, April 18, at Sonic Boom, Rotate This, June Records, Soundscapes, She Said Boom (College Street), Grasshopper, LP's LPs, and Good Music.
In the same spirit of one-offsmanship, rather than giving us the album to stream, the band has given us a raw live version of the Ultra Sorta song "Simple Living" that lead singer Shehzaad Jiwani found on an old hard drive. The recording comes from a show Greys played in 2011 at the Buzz Garage (RIP) in Chinatown:
"This was recorded at the Buzz Garage in the summer of 2011 when we were all just little babies," he explains. "We pl...
Hear Azar Swan reimagined through dark remixes by Vatican Shadow and Cut Hands
Apr 17, 2015 11:17am | Fact Magazine
Songs from the band’s recent LP get remixed by two of dance music’s most dissonant producers.
Near the end of 2014, Brooklyn duo Azar Swan released And Blow Us A Kiss. Now, two songs from that album have been remixed by Vatican Shadow and Cut Hands (power electronics pioneer William Bennett) for a new 12″ titled Azar Swan Variations due May 19 via Handmade Birds.
Vatican Shadow takes stretches ‘We Hunger‘ in a sooty nine minute churner while Bennett fills ‘For Last And Forever‘ with clattering, hypnotic percussion. As different as they sound from the originals both producers wisely keep the focus frontwoman Zohra Atash’s powerful vocals which naturally fit with the chaotic new sounds.
Stream Azar Swan Variations below and preorder it now here.
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Watch Faith No More Debut Sol Invictus & From The Dead In Vancouver
Apr 17, 2015 11:17am | StereoGum
Faith No More's comeback tour rolled into Vancouver last night, and the Canucks were rewarded with the debut of two new songs. "Sol Invictus," the title track from their new album, is a slow-burner that builds and builds without ever quite boiling over, while "From The Dead" is, surprisingly, a jangly acoustic number. Watch fan-made … More »
Watch Justin Vernon Cover Spoons Inside Out In Eau Claire
Apr 17, 2015 11:11am | StereoGum
Justin Vernon's inaugural Eaux Claires Festival will happen in his home state of Wisconsin in a few months. They just sold out of their Chippewa Enhanced Passes, their version of VIP, and are currently hyping ticket sales for the regular two-day passes. And what better way to build up excitement than to release a … More »
Dej Loaf Me U & Hennessy Video
Apr 17, 2015 11:10am | StereoGum
Dej Loaf is a spitfire Detroit rapper best known for her no-fucks-given, ominous swag anthem "Try Me." Her fabulous 2014 mixtape Sell Sole came on the heels of a record deal with Columbia, and that major label money is more than evident in the video for one of the tape's more romantic tracks … More »
Andreya Triana Thats Alright With Me
Apr 17, 2015 11:10am | StereoGum
British singer-songwriter Andreya Triana has been quiet since her 2010 debut, Lost Where I Belong. With only a few sporadic one-off tracks, features, and remixes floating in the infinite space of the internet, it was unclear if we would get a second full-length blessing. Then Triana announced her proper sophomore album, Giants, with the release … More »
Faith No More kick off first American tour in 18 years with career-spanning set, new music watch
Apr 17, 2015 10:50am | Cosequence Of Sound
This week, Faith No More kicked off their first full-fledged North American tour in 18 years, and with it came several new previews of the band’s forthcoming album Sol Invictus.
The setlist for the tour’s kick-off in Vancouver included the live debut of “Sunny Side Up”, “Sol Invictus”, and “From the Dead”. Additionally, the band played fan favorites like “Epic”, “King For a Day”, and “Ashes to Ashes” as well as a cover of Commodores’ “Easy”. Watch fan-shot footage and see the full setlist below.
“From the Dead”:
Sol Invictus, the band’s first new album in 18 years, arrives May 19th through Reclamation Records and Ipecac Recordings. The band’s supporting tour stretches through August.
Faith No More 2015 Tour Dates:
Premiere: Null Oil Run (Official Video)
Apr 17, 2015 10:45am | Fact Magazine
The Melbourne electronica artist continues to explore digital worlds with director Oval-X.
Null continues the series of videos that included ‘Luv U, Luv Me’ and ‘Back 2 Normal, Almost’ with another exploration of digital architecture and microscopic worlds, animating oil, blood and follicles to the rave-ready electronica of ‘Oil Run’.
Null’s Almost EP is out now via Acéphale/Siberia Records; stream it at his interactive website and celebrate the release at Melbourne’s Mercat Basement on April 18 and Sydney’s Goodgod Small Club on April 24.
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Pale Blues The Past We Leave Behind is faded, sensual and hypnotic, but far from perfect
Apr 17, 2015 10:41am | Fact Magazine
Available on: 2MR/Captured Tracks
American DJ and producer Mike Simonetti has long been a polarizing figure in the scenes he’s helped to promote and nourish over the course of his 20-plus year career; as the head of the Troubleman Unlimited label he helped introduce listeners to the ragged rock and noise sounds of Black Dice, Rye Coalition, The Walkmen, Erase Errata and Glass Candy, amongst many others. His support for the latter band led to a collaborative venture with Glass Candy’s own Johnny Jewel in the form of Italians Do It Better, which replaced the dirty artist-loft scrappiness of Troubleman’s aesthetic heyday with a cleaner, more blankly stylized po-mo disco shine, but with the glamour of the genre’s stereotypes replaced with a narcotic mile-long stare and a bevy of fluorescent machine tones.
At some point along the way, Simonetti and Jewel parted company, leaving Italians under the latter’s care while Simonetti regrouped with a series of low-profile mixtapes, a handful of limited singles, and a new label co-curated by Mike Sniper of Blank Dogs and the Captured Tracks indie empire. The inaugural release on their new label 2MR (short for 2 Mikes Records) is the debut album from Simonetti’s project Pale Blue, which finds him exploring a sound that moves away from both of his previous ventures in favor of a desire to fuse the lush density of shoegaze and dreampop with stark, minimal, mechaniz...
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