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watch Nobunny's slasher flick video for "Nightmare Night"
Oct 30, 2014 12:19pm | Brooklyn Vegan

by Bill Pearis

With his mask that is already all kinds of creepy (shades of Leatherface, no?), Nobunny seems born from a schlock horror movie. So it makes 100% sense for him to star in his own slasher flick, in this case an elongated video for his song "Nightmare Night" from last year's Secret Songs. Written and directed by Ardavon Fatehi and Jenny Messer, it's a well-shot, funny film that owes much to '80s horror (with a little Repo Man in there too) and features appearances by Colleen Green, as well as members of Mean Jeans. Just in time for Halloween, check it out below.

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Public Enemy Announce Deluxe It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back & Fear Of A Black Planet Reissues
Oct 30, 2014 12:17pm | StereoGum

Today, Public Enemy announced that they will be reissuing deluxe editions of both 1988′s It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back and 1990′s Fear Of A Black Planet, which will include quite a few exclusive add-ons, including rare bonus mixes, instrumental re-workings, and essays by both Questlove of the Roots and Andres Torres of Wax Poetics. Additionally, the Nation Of Millions reissue will include a live performance DVD. Check out the extensive tracklists below.


Watch: The Last Skeptik - Propulsion (feat. FEMME)
Oct 30, 2014 12:17pm | The Line Of Best Fit
UK nu-electro producer The Last Skeptik has unveiled a new music video for recent track "Propulsion", featuring FEMME on vocals.>

Team Spirit Satisfaction Video
Oct 30, 2014 12:14pm | StereoGum

Team Spirit, the Brooklyn garage-rockers led by the former Passion Pit keyboardist Ayad Al Adhamy, have built up an enviable catalog of goofy, fun music videos. Their new clip, for “Satisfaction,” might not be their best, but it still has the anarchic spirit of its predecessors. Director Alex Russek shot the video at New York’s storied Electric Lady studios, and the clip tells the story of the band’s dealings with a pill-popping, Rick Rubin-esque producer. Watch it below.


Mute unveils its second Dirty Electronics handheld synth and sequencer watch it in action
Oct 30, 2014 12:09pm | Fact Magazine

The second iteration of the gadget originally created for Mute’s Roundhouse event in 2011.

Those electronics-manglers at Mute have unveiled the Dirty Electronics Mute Synth II (MSII), a handheld synth and sequencer created in collaboration with designer and writer Adrian Shaughnessy.

The synth is an update of an earlier device created for Mute’s Short Circuit event at London’s Roundhouse back in 2011, and stems from John Richards’ ongoing project Dirty Electronics, which he positions as an alternative to mass-produced digital culture. Instead of slick, shiny, uniformly designed gizmos, Dirty Electronics are designed to feel heavy, hand-made, hacked, even a bit kitsch.

Packaged with simple instructions, diagrams and essays, the MSII is meant to be accessible to untrained enthusiasts as well as synth aficionados, while additional modules and add-ons make it customisable and scalable. The core of the instrument is a versatile mini patchbay that encourages playful interaction with the instrument, while the printed circuit board artwork has multiple touch electrodes that provide a labyrinth of possible connections and resulting behaviours.

The Mute Synth II comes with a a selection of works using the synth by artists associated with Dirty Electronics and Mute, including Chris Carter (Throbbing Gristle/Carter Tutti Void), Simo...

Damien Rice premieres new song The Greatest Bastard listen
Oct 30, 2014 12:06pm | Cosequence Of Sound

In less than two weeks, Damien Rice will return with his new album, My Favourite Faded Fantasy. Produced by Rick Rubin, it serves as his third LP to date and first since 2006’s 9. In anticipation, the Irish singer-songwriter has unveiled a new song entitled “The Greatest Bastard”.

Much like on previous offerings “I Don’t Want to Change You” and the title track, Rice reflects deeply on a relationship. However, between his hushed croon, barely-there traces of an acoustic guitar, and truly gut-wrenching lyrics (“Am I the greatest bastard that you met? The only one you can’t forget?” and “Am I just dreaming once again? Some dreams are better when they end.”), the song just might be one of his most heartbreaking works à la 2002’s “The Blower’s Daughter”.

Listen in below, followed by a short video clip.

My Favourite Faded Fantasy arrives on November 11th via Warner Music. In support of the LP, Rice will be touring North America for the rest of the year. Consult his full schedule here.

power electronics/noise pioneers Ramleh playing two NYC shows in January w/ related acts JFK & Kleistwahr & more
Oct 30, 2014 12:02pm | Brooklyn Vegan
When Gary Mundy formed Ramleh and the Broken Flag label in 1982, he was a primary participant in the UK power electronics scene, which attempted to outdo the industrial template first drawn by Throbbing Gristle. Very much a product of their time, his recordings were violent sonic bursts laced with proto-fascist and misogynist imagery, given vulgar titles meant to shock. Mundy and co-conspirator Philip Best quickly rose from this noise ghetto by applying the scene's best aspects (experimentation, improvisation, volume) to a more traditional rock format. Along with its sister group Skullflower, Ramleh laid the foundations for improvisational noise rock with a stubborn intensity that catered to no one. The band rarely issued records in quantities greater than 500, live shows were few and far between and cover art and liner notes were filled with cryptic drawings, photographs and abstract writings. Their sound remained reliably rooted in an unwavering formula: plodding heavy drums, an endlessly repetitive low-end bass groove and wave upon wave of guitar screech. - [Trouser Press]
British power electronics and noise rock pioneers Ramleh, who are currently Anthony di Franco, Gary Mundy, and Martyn Watts, will be playing two rare NYC shows in NYC in early 2015: January 28 at Home Sweet Home for Nothing Changes with JFK and Kleistwahr, and then January 29 at Saint Vitus

Sick Feeling announce debut LP, share a track, touring West Coast w/ United Nations (dates & stream)
Oct 30, 2014 11:47am | Brooklyn Vegan

by Andrew Sacher

Sick Feeling at BV-RBSS show at Palisades (more by Ryan Muir)

When we first heard Sick Feeling's tracks on Soundcloud, they came off like a scuzzy lo-fi punk band, but "Liberal Arts," the first single from their debut LP, Suburban Myth, is much different. This one has the band -- whose lineup includes members of Ink & Dagger, Trail of Dead, Trash Talk and more -- sounding more like something that could've come out on Equal Vision in 2001. The production is much higher quality than those early tracks, the riffs are dissonant and metallic, and singer Jesse Miller-Gordon sounds like he's killing his vocal cords with every note. It's a great song, and you can check it out (via FADER) below. The album comes out January 20 via Terrible Records and Geoff Rickly's Collect Records.

Sick Feeling will also be touring the West Coast in November with Geoff Rickly's band United Nations, which is pretty much a perfect pairing. All of those dates are listed, with the new song, below...

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TV on the Radio sold out 3 NYC shows, add Rough Trade show (updated dates)
Oct 30, 2014 11:33am | Brooklyn Vegan

TVOTR at Governors Ball 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)

TV on the Radio's new album Seeds is coming out November 18 via Harvest, and their tour in support of it includes sold-out NYC shows at The Apollo on 11/18 and MHOW on 11/21 & 22. Now there's one more chance to see them though, and it's an intimate one. They'll play Rough Trade on November 19 which is free as long as you purchase their new album from the Rough Trade store and get a wristband, starting 11/17 at 11 AM.

Updated dates are listed, with streams of two tracks from the new album, below. You can also download a third track via Samsung.

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Seattle punks New Gods releasing an EP (watch a video)
Oct 30, 2014 11:30am | Brooklyn Vegan

by Andrew Sacher

New Gods were formed in 2013 by members of various Seattle bands and so far have a demo and the Sex & Destroy EP out. Their next release will be the What Did I Say? EP on Painter Man Records (pre-order), and we've got the premiere of the video for the title track in this post. Sounding something like Henry Rollins shouting over a Kurt Cobain riff, "What Did I Say?" is a ripper. Check it out for yourself below.

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Chief Keef Paper (Feat. Gucci Mane)
Oct 30, 2014 11:26am | StereoGum

Chicago drill overlord Chief Keef may have lost his label deal, but when he gets together, he will still be a force on the mixtape underground. I have high hopes for the forthcoming Back From The Dead 2, the sequel to the tape that helped build Keef’s name in the first place. “Paper,” a track from that tape, has an uncommonly slurry verse from Keef’s incarcerated buddy Gucci Mane and a purposeful, fiery verse from Keef. It may be the first time Keef has ever outrapped Gucci on a song. Listen below.


West Coast bangers, fresh hype and Future: the mixtape round-up
Oct 30, 2014 11:20am | Fact Magazine

FACTs mix and mixtape columns trawl through the untamed world of free mixes, radio specials and live blends so you dont have to.

Change is afoot the weekly mixes column will now be coming to you every Friday, with the mixtapes being compiled into a biweekly list dropping every other Thursday.

Even with a load of tapes scheduled to drop later today and tomorrow, the round-up is still stacked: newcomers Dej Loaf and OG Maco deliver on the promise of breakthrough singles, Salva calls in the big guns, Future polishes his image, DJ Mustard picks a new protege and Mykki Blanco remains in a league of his own.

Use your keyboards arrow keys or hit the prev / next arrows on your screen to turn pages (page 1/7)

Anthony Naples to release debut album on Four Tets Text Records
Oct 30, 2014 11:13am | Fact Magazine

Four Tet’s imprint presents the first full-length from the impressive newcomer.

Miami-via-New York house producer Anthony Naples has commanded our attention across a slim run of releases ever since his superlative 2012 debut on Mister Saturday Night, the fizzling, Pharrell-sampling ‘Mad Disrespect’.

After dishing out a stack of 12″s and an EP for Trilogy Tapes last year, as well as launching his own Proibito label, he’s now set to release his debut album on Four Tet’s Text Records in 2015.

Kieran Hebden made the announcement on Twitter and hinted that he might tease a few of the new tracks on his Rinse FM show tonight (Thursday, October 30), so tune in from 11pm if you want to find out.

In the meantime, enjoy Naples’ FACT mix from 2013 in the player below.

Public Enemy announce It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet deluxe editions
Oct 30, 2014 11:12am | Fact Magazine

The hip-hop legends expand two classic albums to celebrate Def Jam’s 30th anniversary.

Public Enemy have opened the vaults for deluxe, expanded editions of hip-hop touchstones It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and Fear of a Black Planet.

Millions will be released as a 2-CD set (the album and a disc of rare mixes), along with a DVD of the long-unavailable 1989 VHS release Fight the Power… Live and a booklet that includes liner notes by The Roots bandleader Questlove. It will be released on November 24.

Similarly, Fear of a Black Planet will be released as a two-disc set, with liner notes by Wax Poetics magazine editor-in-chief Andre Torres; it’s due out on December 8. The full tracklists for both are below. And while both are classics, only one made it into FACT’s 100 best albums of the 1980s.

It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

Disc 1:
1. Countdown To Armageddon
2. Bring The Noise
3. Don’t Believe The Hype
4. Cold Lampin’ With Flavor
5. Terminator X To The Edge Of Panic
6. Mind Terrorist
7. Louder Than A Bomb
8. Caught, Can We Get A Witness?
9. Show ‘Em Whatcha Got
10. She Watch Channel Zero?!
11. Night Of The Living Baseheads
12. Black Steel In The Hour of Chaos
13. Security Of...

Damien Rice The Greatest Bastard
Oct 30, 2014 11:11am | StereoGum

Damien Rice has been on hiatus for eight years, but last month we heard a single off his forthcoming release, My Favourite Faded Fantasy. Today, the Irish singer-songwriter shares a new song, “The Greatest Bastard,” accompanied by a stylized performance video promoting the new record. “The Greatest Bastard” is a gorgeously lonely and ruminating track — it hits you in all of the right places without causing too much damage. Listen to the full song and watch the video below.


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