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Arcade Fire cover Creedence Clearwater Revival live - watch
Jul 31, 2014 12:14pm | NME
The Canadian band performed 'Hey Tonight' at the Shoreline Ampitheatre in California
Hear Demdike Stares gruesome Testpressing#006 in full
Jul 31, 2014 12:10pm | Fact Magazine
Industrial duo Demdike Stare are back with the sixth installment of their ongoing Testpressing series.
Following the neo-grime shakes of their last drop, this new 12″ finds the lads getting doomed and dirty – A side ’40 Years Under The Cosh’ (which was debuted on the first FACT at BBOX radio show a few weeks back), is a slack-jawed dancefloor weapon, with choppy rhythms and razor-sharp synths primed sloppy post-1am moments. The flip, however, is where it really gets going – a noise-drenched slow jam that’s packed with enough lo-lite atmosphere that you’ll be searching for your box of matches and candles with eyes like fucking saucers.
Testpressing#006 is out now via Modern Love, and you can listen to the whole thing below.
HOMESHAKE Announces Debut LP, In The Shower, Shares Cash Is Money
Jul 31, 2014 12:10pm | CMJ
The post HOMESHAKE Announces Debut LP, In The Shower, Shares “Cash Is Money” appeared first on CMJ.
Pussy Riot member suing Russian government in European court of human rights
Jul 31, 2014 12:06pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Pussy Riot's Nadya and Maria in NYC in January
(more by Gretchen Robinette)
Pussy Riot members Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and
Maria Alyokhina are suing the Russian government
in the European Court of Human Rights over their 2012 arrest and
Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, who were given an amnesty in December after serving 21 months in prison and pre-trial confinement, are demanding 120,000 (£71,000) each in compensation, plus 10,000 in court fees. They argue that the investigation and prosecution violated their rights and amounted to torture.Alyokhina and Tolokonnikova were released in December as part of a Russian amnesty.
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Hieroglyphic Being fires back at coked-up haters with The Worst DJ Ever cassette
Jul 31, 2014 12:06pm | Fact Magazine
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Jamal Moss, tongue-in-cheek as ever.
In April, Hieroglyphic Being played a three-hour, three-deck set at Faktion X in a private Manchester warehouse, dropping everything from fusion jazz to industrial, classic techno to raucous Chicago house, and even The Smiths.
Unfortunately, the DJ’s predictably-eclectic set was met with disdain by “a contingent of beaked-up kids couldn’t handle his cosmicness,” who proceeded to use their cell phones to show him messages reading “you are the worst DJ ever.”
Those messages inspired the subtitle of his Reel Torque Volume 5 release, a two-tape recording of the set that will be released as an individually-numbered edition of 100. You can grab the tape at Boomkat.
Earlier this year, Moss adopted the alias IBM for the Eat My Fuck, an LP complete with equally obscene titles. He’s also remixed Roedelius and Aïsha Devi as Hieroglyphic Being. [via RA]
The Cribs reveal Ric Ocasek of The Cars will produce their new album
Jul 31, 2014 12:00pm | NME
The Jarmans say the album's first single will be "a big, fuzzy pop song"
Damon Albarn and The Courteeners - tickets on sale 9am Friday (August 1)
Jul 31, 2014 11:52am | NME
Blur frontman's one-off London gig at Royal Albert Hall set to go on sale
Lil Silva Dont You Love Feat. BANKS
Jul 31, 2014 11:40am | CMJ
The post Lil Silva – “Don’t You Love” Feat. BANKS appeared first on CMJ.
Philip Selway Coming Up For Air Video
Jul 31, 2014 11:34am | StereoGum
Radiohead drummer Philip Selway is getting ready to release Weatherhouse, his second album as a solo singer-songwriter, and lead single “Coming Up For Air” is a fine piece of way-out psych-pop that sounds something like a song his band might’ve recorded during that stretch between The Bends and OK Computer. Selway’s gleaming dome never shows up in the song’s new NYSU-directed video. Instead, it’s a loosely connected series of trippy, ominous, vaguely dystopic images, and it shows a lingering fascination with optical illusions. Watch it below.
Andrew Weatherall heads up his own festival at Frances Carcassonne Castle
Jul 31, 2014 11:33am | Fact Magazine
It would be fair to say, at this point, that Andrew Weatherall has indeed been there and done that.
As a member of Two Lone Swordsman and Sabres of Paradise, he was crucial part of the early techno and electronica scene, and under his own name he produced some of the most important albums of the last few decades – Primal Scream’s critically revered Screamadelica being the most obvious.
It stands to reason that the noted musical explorer should have his own festival, and the Andrew Weatherall Festival is returning to France’s Caracassonne Castle for its second year. A two day affair starting on Friday September 26, the festival is located in the gorgeous South of France, and not only boasts a genre-bending soundtrack, but also food cooked by Michelin star chef Jerome Ryon and wine selected by sommelier Olivier Zavattin. It’s all a far cry from the muddy British gatherings we’re all used to.
Musically, Weatherall has picked an unsurprisingly eclectic selection of acts – from Ennio Morricone-influenced French band The Liminanas and Bucharest-based Turkish music obsessives Khidja to David Cronenberg fetishist Scott Fraser and The Asphodells. Weatherall will also be performing himself, as Andrew Weatheralls Musics Not For Everyone, and that probably doesn’t need any introduction at all.
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Brian Eno writes a letter condemning Israels ethnic cleansing of Gaza and Americas support
Jul 31, 2014 11:26am | Chart Attack
As the third week of Israel's latest siege of Gaza continues, its military has bombed the city's mosques, hospitals, schools and the city's sole power plant as part of a "pinpoint operation" ostensibly targeting Hamas operatives and weaponry. It has instead incurred massive civilian casualties which the UN believes constitute war crimes.
Yesterday David Byrne published an email on his website he had received from Brian Eno. The ambient music pioneer blasts Israel as well as the support it receives from the United States, which he says "is like sending money to the Klan":
He also describes what he saw on a trip to Jerusalem:
Watch: Radioheads Phil Selway shares video for Coming Up For Air
Jul 31, 2014 11:16am | Cosequence Of Sound
Earlier this week, Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood debuted his latest composition “Skip Loop” in London. Now, another musician from the Radiohead camp has offered up new material from his own solo project. Drummer Phil Selway returns with the music video for “Coming Up For Air”, the lead single off his forthcoming album, Weatherhouse.
Drawing from the atmospheric nature of the song itself, the NYSU-directed clip is a fascinating and somewhat surreal visual experience. “Good videos can make you rethink the song that youve written,” Selway noted in a press release. “They also shine a light on what makes the track tick. NYSU have made a visually rich and intriguing piece for ‘Coming Up For Air’ which stands up in its own right, yet feels in tune with the track.
Watch it below:
Weatherhouse officially hits shelves on October 7th via Bella Union.
man arrested on narcotics charges related to 2013 Electric Zoo death
Jul 31, 2014 11:07am | Brooklyn Vegan
You may remember that there were two drug-related deaths at last year's Electric Zoo Festival in New York, causing the final day to be canceled. Jeffrey Russ was one of the fatalities and now Federal prosecutors in Mahattan have brought charges agains the person they believe sold him the drugs. From the NY Times:
Patrick Morgan, who at 23 is the same age that Mr. Russ was when he died, was arrested on Wednesday in Buffalo on charges of narcotics distribution and narcotics conspiracy, after an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration that zeroed in on the group of friends involved in the alleged drug deal as recounted in the criminal complaint against Mr. Morgan. Both charges carry a maximum prison term of 20 years.Morgan is currently out on a $100,000 signa...
Stream Willis Earl Beal Experiments In Time
Jul 31, 2014 11:03am | StereoGum
Willis Earl Beal spoke last month about why he decided to leave his old label, XL, and release his new album entirely by himself. That album, Experiments In Time, sounded more and more intriguing as singles like “Traveling Eyes” and “Until We Die” emerged. Hearing it now in full, the album sounds like something Beal would not have been able to explore while working with a major label. It plays like blown-out, lo-fi, ambient versions of blues and soul music. There’s a song on the album called “Monotony,” which almost feels like a prediction of how some people might react to this thing, but Experiments In Time feels like a record that will benefit from close and repeated listens. Stream it via Pitchfork now.
The Libertines say they 'rehearsed for one hour' before Hyde Park gig in London
Jul 31, 2014 11:02am | NME
Carl Barat reveals lack of preparation prior to British Summer Time event earlier this month
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