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The So So Glos Diss Town Video
Sep 19, 2014 8:46am | StereoGum
Last year, Brooklyn punks the So So Glos released Blowout, an album so packed with winningly punchy melodic jams that they’re still making videos for them, almost a year and a half later. The latest clip is for “Diss Town,” and it mixes band-performance footage with a story about little kids playing war in what might be an apocalyptic future. They’ve got what appears to be a real live bomb with them, and it’s pretty messed up if you think about it. Watch the video below.
'Batman v Superman': Batmobile set videos leaked - watch
Sep 19, 2014 8:31am | NME
Bruce Waynes ride revealed in high speed car chase
Fear of Men Sleeper (Ty Segall cover)
Sep 19, 2014 8:30am | Gorilla Vs Bear
Brighton’s Fear of Men embark on a massive European tour next week, and to celebrate the occasion, they’ve released this lovely, gently lilting cover of Ty Segall‘s psychedelic lullaby “Sleeper“. Check all of Fear of Men’s tour dates here.
Fear Of Men Sleeper (Ty Segall Cover)
Sep 19, 2014 8:25am | StereoGum
Fear Of Men, who released their debut album Loom earlier this year, have put out a cover of Ty Segall’s “Sleeper,” from his 2013 album of the same name. The Brighton-based four-piece turns the hushed strumming of the original into a layered, sparkling dreamscape, with frontwoman Jess Weiss’ feathery vocals giving the song a softer touch. Listen below.
Reverence: The DiS review
Sep 19, 2014 8:22am | Drowned In Sound
To my left, a fattened pig cooks over a charcoal fire while DJ Satan Made Me Do It plays a selection of hardcore and death metal alongside. Welcome to Reverence, the newest and arguably boldest addition to the psych rock calendar. However, don't make the mistake of thinking this is just another psych fest. It isn't. Far from it in fact, right down to the omission of the term "psych" from its moniker or any of the promotional literature.
Situated at Parque De Merendas in the village of Valada in the Santarem district of Portugal, which has an estimated population of just 900 inhabitants. Comprising three stages - one of which (the main Reverence Stage) is set in a football field once graced by the legendary Eusebio - along with a large camping area adjacent to the main site, its idyllic setting on the banks of the River Tejo a far cry from most other events of a similar nature. With over sixty artists and sixteen hours of music scheduled to run both days (Friday 12th & Saturday 13th September), its ridiculously cheap price of just 70 euros for a full weekend pass including camping also puts the majority of its rivals to shame.
And then there's the diverse music policy, encompassing a wide variety of artists from stoner rock to shoegaze, psych rock to metal and more. Rather than solely concentrating on current buzz bands from the psych genre, Reverence has uniquely compiled a line-up tracing the lineage of psychedelia. Veterans like Hawkwind and System 7 ru...
538 Johnson looking for help, hosting benefit show w/ Dawn of Humans, Pharmakon, Ivy & more on Sunday
Sep 19, 2014 8:22am | Brooklyn Vegan
538 Johnson for The Men in 2011 (more by Keith
Looks like there's some trouble for Bushwick DIY venue 538 Johnson. They posted:
Surprise, surprise our landlords at 538 don't love us. They recently hit us with a bunch of wild and crazy fines that added up to an exorbitant amount of money. Pretty shady stuff. Unfortunately the only way we can keep the space is to pay them, and we need some help from "the scene." 538 has been hosting some pretty good shows for quite some time. We want you to be able to keep trashing our home. Hallway punks forever, please come support.The venue, that's housed early NYC gigs for The Men, Merchandise, White Lung, The Menzingers and many others, will be hosting a benefit show this Sunday (9/21) with wild punks Dawn of Humans, melodic noise artist Pharmakon, hardcore crew Missionary, garagey punks Ivy, and Cheena.
Later this fall, Pharmakon also plays a record release show for Bestial Burden on November 22 at Palisades. Tickets for that show are still available.
You can catch Ivy again on October 11 at Acheron with Warthog, Bad Noids, Party Plates and Mr. California (tickets); and October 25 at Palisades with Hank Wood and the Hammerheads, Blazing Eye, Savageheads, L.O.T.I.O.N. and Face the Rail (tickets). If you haven't heard Ivy's new self-titled LP on Ka...
James Blake remixes OutKasts International Players Anthem listen
Sep 19, 2014 8:15am | Cosequence Of Sound
James Blake hit BBC Radio 1 last night for his weekly Thursday residency. As par for the course, Blake’s playlist included a few nifty exclusives, including a fully mixed version of his new song “200 Press” along with a remix of UGK and OutKast’s “International Players Anthem”.
You can replay the full episode at BBC’s website. “200 Press” can be heard at the 46:20 mark and the OutKast remix at the 20:30 mark (via FACT).
Blake previously remixed OutKast’s “Miss Jackson” under his Harmonimix moniker. Revisit that below.
Today is the Day made a video for "Masada" off their new LP, touring w/ Lord Mantis (dates)
Sep 19, 2014 8:13am | Brooklyn Vegan
Today is the Day at Gramercy Theatre in 2011 (more by
Noisecore vets Today is the Day recently announced their tenth album, Animal Mother, which will be out October 14 via Southern Lord, and they've since made a video (dir. David Hall) for its single "Masada." It's a super-heavy deranged crusher and the video is appropriately hallucinatory. Check it out below.
TITD will also be going on a tour surrounding the album's release with Chicago's blackened sludgers Lord Mantis (who also have a new album out this year). The tour hits NYC on October 12 at Acheron with Goes Cube/Hull-related sludge band Cleanteeth and harsh noise/PE project Swollen Organs. Tickets for that show are on sale now. There's also a TBA Long Island show on October 17.
All dates are listed, with the new video, below...
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Watch Conan Spoof Apples U2 Removal Service
Sep 19, 2014 8:08am | StereoGum
People are still mad about the way Apple handled the delivery of U2′s surprise new album Songs Of Innoncence, which makes it ripe for parody. Conan did just that last night in the form of a commercial in Apple’s characteristically minimal style. An Apple exec sings the praises of the Irish band while two innocent people who had the U2 album forced on them give their own testimonies. “I deleted the new U2 album, but I still remember hearing it so it’s almost like I still have it. And I hate it. So I really want Apple to do something about it,” one of them says. They offer an interesting way to completely forget about the new album, if deleting it from iTunes wasn’t enough. Watch below.
Brian Reitzells haunting Hannibal score set for release on Invada sample all four volumes
Sep 19, 2014 8:08am | Fact Magazine
Music from seasons one and two of the acclaimed series to appear as bumper box set.
If you’ve seen Hannibal, the NBC drama based on everyone’s favourite cannibal psychiatrist, you’ll know that the creep-out factor is hugely enhanced by Brian Reitzell’s unsettling score, which combines classical influences with avant-garde electronics in a mercurial manner that aptly reflects the title character’s bouts of frenzied flesh-cravings.
Now Invada Records are to issue Reitzell’s music for the show’s first two seasons over four double-LP sets, available individually or as a package on coloured or black vinyl. The show’s executive producer David Slade has also provided rare photos from his personal collection for the artwork, and each LP will come with a download card.
The records will appear on shelves in December check out the samplers below to hear music from all four volumes, two for each season.
Earlier this year Reitzell released his debut album as a solo musician, Auto Music, which featured shoegazing icon Kevin Shields.
Whip-Smart Turns 20
Sep 19, 2014 8:05am | StereoGum
When Liz Phair tried to go full-on pop with her 2003 self-titled album, working with Avril Lavigne’s songwriting team and posing in Xbox magazine ads, the indie universe predictably reacted with absolute abject horror. Today, the album plays as a piece of top-shelf MOR pop music; it’s a whole hell of a lot better than anyone was willing to give it credit for being at the time. But I always thought it was weird, in interviews, that Phair was defending herself by saying she never considered herself an indie rocker, that she’d always wanted to make pop music. If she came across as being slightly disingenuous there, it’s only because those two things didn’t need to be mutually exclusive. Phair had already been making indie rock that fizzed and bubbled and charged like pop music. She’d already been writing the sorts of melodies that you wish you could breathe in and make a part of your body chemistry. Exile In Guyville, Phair’s 1993 debut, got attention for its audacious lyrics, but it’s a road-trip classic because of those impossible-to-shake hooks. And if Whip-Smart, the album she released a year later, didn’t shake the earth quite like Exile did, it has a few moments that pop harder than anything else she ever ended up recording.
Watch Ryan Adams Cover Danzigs Mother With Johnny Depp
Sep 19, 2014 7:52am | StereoGum
Johnny Depp has been bros with Ryan Adams for a long time, and he played guitar on “Aching For More,” the B-side of Adams’ recent “Gimme Something Good” 7″ single. And last night, when Adams and his band played London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Depp joined them onstage to wear a big stupid hat and to play guitar on two songs. One of those songs, improbably enough, was a cover of Danzig’s howling metal classic “Mother.” And I know what you’re thinking: Yes, Johnny Depp did play the John Christ guitar solo, or at least a blusier variation thereof. It was pretty impressive, honestly. Depp also helped out on “Kim,” a song from Adams’ recent self-titled album. It’s been a little while since Depp’s had a hit movie, so it’s good to see that he’s got another career option open to him; I can’t think of any good reason why he couldn’t do this full-time. Watch the fan-made videos below.
Tweedy - Sukierae
Sep 19, 2014 7:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
Jeff Tweedy makes it a family affair on solo (duo?) album number one. The results relocate the Wilco chief's songwriting mojo.
Tegan and Sara perform on Conan with a choir of teens watch
Sep 19, 2014 7:15am | Cosequence Of Sound
Tegan and Sara took time out of their American tour with Katy Perry and made a visit to Conan‘s Burbank, California studio last night. The Canadian twins brought along a choir of teens from Los Angeles’ Grand Arts High School to provide backup on “I Was A Fool”. Replay the sultry performance below.
Tegan and Sara just recently wrapped up their own tour behind Heartthrob, and have thus far played six shows with Perry. Next up is a Friday night gig at LA’s Staples Center. Find the complete itinerary here.
Queen to release unheard Freddie Mercury songs, including collaboration with Michael Jackson
Sep 19, 2014 7:03am | Cosequence Of Sound
Queen has announced the release of a new anthology, which features three unreleased tracks with singer Freddie Mercury.
Due out November 11th, Queen Forever is highlighted by “There Must Be More to Life Than This”, a never-before-heard collaboration between Mercury and Michael Jackson. Also included is “Let Me in Your Heart Again”, a previously unfinished Mercury track from sessions for 1984’s The Works, as well as a new stripped-down ballad version of Mercurys first solo hit, his Giorgio Moroder collaboration, Love Kills”.
(Read: Queen Turns 40: How rare was Freddie Mercury?)
A press release says of the Mercury-Jackson collaboration:
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