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Watch A$AP Rocky And Vince Staples In The DOPE Red Band Trailer
May 22, 2015 10:59am | StereoGum
A$AP Rocky has a busy summer ahead. He's releasing his highly-anticipated new album At.Long.Last.A$AP. and has a major role in a movie called DOPE that was co-executive produced by Pharrell Williams and Sean Combs. Today, they've released the red band trailer for the movie, which also stars Shameik Moore, Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons, … More »
Nick Minaj x Jay Z Collab Probably Coming To Tidal Very Soon
May 22, 2015 10:56am | StereoGum
Nicki Minaj is one of the many celebrity co-owners of Jay Z's streaming service Tidal, and she did Tidal a great favor earlier this week, when she gave up her great video for the Beyoncé collab "Feelin Myself" as a Tidal exclusive. That may not be the only favor she does the service. As … More »
May 22, 2015 10:50am | StereoGum
K-pop has always lingered outside the periphery of mainstream American pop, a purely international affliction that never made its way over the Pacific outside of niche circles. PSY, its biggest crossover of the past decade, was a mostly a novelty gimmick, discarded after a few months for the next musical meme. The world of girl-group … More »
Slayer is releasing an album called 'Repentless' on 9/11
May 22, 2015 10:47am | Brooklyn Vegan
Slayer is releasing a new album called Repentless on 9/11. That is a thing that is happening. Watch the trailer below...
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Ed Sheeran Wants You To Know He
May 22, 2015 10:30am | StereoGum
In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ed Sheeran expresses some frustration with his public perception. You see, he's really quite successful, and he thinks it's time people realized that: … More »
May 22, 2015 10:25am | Cosequence Of Sound
Netflix recently began production on a prequel to the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer. While the series isn’t expected to air until 2016, today, fans have been their first look at the reunited cast in action.
According to director David Wain,
May 22, 2015 10:25am | Cosequence Of Sound
Netflix recently began production on a prequel to the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer. While the series isn’t expected to air until July 2015, fans have been given their first look today at the reunited cast in action.
According to director David Wain,
Preview Thom Yorke
May 22, 2015 10:18am | StereoGum
The English artist Stanley Donwood has designed every Radiohead album since The Bends, and he's also done the art for Atoms For Peace and for Thom Yorke's solo endeavors. Right now, Donwood's work in display in the Sydney museum Carriageworks, in an exhibit called "The Panic Office." As Pitchfork points out, Yorke … More »
May 22, 2015 10:11am | StereoGum
This summer's teen-dream mystery love flick is called Paper Towns, and it stars the inimitable model and celebrity BFF Cara Delevingne. Remember how The Fault In Our Stars took over last year's summer? Well John Green has done it again -- Paper Towns is another adaptation of one of his books. Honestly, it looks pretty … More »
StuART Spasm formed a new band for AmRep movie party, schedules more shows
May 22, 2015 10:02am | Brooklyn Vegan
Stu Spasm of '80s/'90s-era Australian noise rockers Lubricated Goat (who had releases on AmRep, Sub Pop and other labels) now has a new band, Art Gray Noizz Quintet. They initially formed to play an afterparty for a screening of AmRep documentary Color of Noise, but have decided to keep playing shows. Here's what Stu tells us:
The Art Gray Noise Quintet was originally formed to play at the after party for a screening of the 'Color of Noise' which is Eric Robles' movie about Amphetamine Reptile Records. Eric thought I had a functioning lineup of Lubricated Goat but I have officially ended playing under that name. If I had I'd have been the last Am Rep band still stupid enough, certainly not rich enough to attempt to function in New York. So,it was obvious I must assemble a super group of the finest noise Noise Rockers New York had to offer and knock the punters sox off at the party but just a one off, I was also determined to get the notoriously shy Tom Hazelmeyer to jam at what was essentially a film honouring his achievments in the heady days of 90s Rock. My main man drummer "Bloody Rich" Hutchins was away, so I enlisted drummer Jay Jay Meraz who did a great job but is still pissed off at me for having to abdicate the drummer's seat on Rich's return. Next I recruited Ryan Skelleton Boy, who just as LeadBelly was the King of the 12 string guitar, is himself the King of the two String Bass. Then ...
May 22, 2015 9:47am | Cosequence Of Sound
Frank Cross is back. Well, not really, but it’s close. Bill Murray has announced a new Netflix Christmas special dubbed, oh so appropriately, A Very Murray Christmas.
Said to be an ode to variety shows of the past, the special is being written by Murray alongside Mitch Glazer and Sofia Coppola, the latter of whom will also direct. The meta-story centers around Murray hosting a TV show and being worried that a massive New York City snowstorm will keep his celebrity guests from making it to Gotham’s Carlyle Hotel for the event. Of course, with a little Christmas magic, it all comes together with a bit of “dancing and singing in holiday spirit.”
The initial guest list is pretty impressive: George Clooney; Paul Shaffer; Amy Poehler; Julie White; Dimitri Dimitrov; Michael Cera; Chris Rock; David Johansen; Maya Rudolph; Jason Schwartzman; Jenny Lewis; Phoenix
Black Breath, Go It Alone & Hysterics members make jangle pop as Supercrush (listen & watch a video)
May 22, 2015 9:44am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
Vancouver's Supercrush have members of hardcore bands Black Breath, Go It Alone, Hysterics and others, but this band is far from hardcore. It's catchy jangle pop with sweet, overlapping harmonies that sounds straight off Slumberland Records. Earlier this year they put out the "I Don't Want To Be Sad Anymore" / "How Does It Feel (To Feel Like You)?" single, and more recently made a single for the a-side (directed by Ian Shelton). We've got the premiere of that video, which you can watch along with a stream of the b-side, below. You can pick up the record via Painter Man in the US and Debt Offensive in Canada.
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Video Premiere: Voyeurs
May 22, 2015 9:43am | CMJ
Voyeurs – Photo by Vivian Weidmann
While these London lads, the Voyeurs (formerly Charlie Boyer & The Voyeurs), sound like affable, synth-pop tunesmiths, they sure have made the poor girl in this video go through some physical and emotional turmoil in this premiere of the clip for Pete The Pugilist, off their recent album Rhubarb Rhubarb (Heavenly Recordings).
She’s in every frame, either smooshing her head and neck around like it was a slab of clay or having other hands do the same, and becoming more ragged as it goes along. Almost makes the sprightly tune seem insidious. Almost.
The band just got off a fevered February jaunt with Fat White Family, and are about to do the UK summer festival circuit. But the one who really looks run ragged is the girl in this clip. Check it out, and send her some flowers for her effort.
The post Video Premiere: Voyeurs – “Pete The Pugilist” appeared first on CMJ.
Slayer announces Repentless, first album in nearly six years
May 22, 2015 9:40am | Cosequence Of Sound
On September 11th, Slayer will return with their first studio album in almost six years. Due out through Nuclear Blast Records, Repentless serves as the band’s 11th LP to date following 2009’s World Painted Blood.
The long-awaited 12-track release will reportedly feature some new versions of previously released tracks, including the thrash metal rockers’ recent Record Store Day exclusive “When The Stillness Comes” and 2014’s standalone song “Implode”. “Every version of those songs you may have heard before is different, so I think that’s cool, but I also wanted them to be part of a collection,” guitarist Kerry King told Metal Hammer, adding, “I like the finality of songs belonging on a record.”
The album marks Slayer’s first full-length since the passing of guitarist Jeff Hanneman in 2013. Contrary to earlier reports, the late Hanneman does not appear on the record; however, one of his compositions was recorded for Repentless, and the opening title track was penned in his honor. “The first song is called Repentles
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