3WK.COM optimized for
Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari
Support 3WK - Make A Donation Or Become A Member Today
3WK member access
Read The Lastest Music News/Reviews
DFA throwing 'Summer Soiree' at The Wick w/ NYC live debut of Museum of Love ++ DJs Holy Ghost!, Nancy Whang, more
Aug 31, 2014 12:19pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Museum of Love
DFA Records threw one helluva party last year to celebrate their 12th Anniversary. This year they're throwing another party, a smaller scale summer soiree if you will (actually, that's what they're calling it), at The Wick on August 23. It will feature the NYC live debut of Pat Mahony's new band, The Museum of Love, plus DJ sets from Sinkane, Nancy Whang, Holy Ghost, plus a "special guest TBA." Tickets for the show go on sale Monday (8/4) at noon.
In related news, you can catch Sinkane performing live at The Lot LIC Music & Film Series kickoff show which happens Saturday (8/2) afternoon (3 - 9 PM) and is free.
The Juan Maclean, who have a new album out soon and seem suspiciously absent from the DFA party lineup (along with Shit Robot and you-know-who), will be DJing at Output on August 16 as part of the afternoon "Kaviar Disco Club" party (tickets).
Flyer for the DFA Summer Soiree and Sinkane's The Lot show, plus a couple Museum of Love tracks, below...
Continue reading "DFA throwing 'Summer Soiree' at The Wick w/ NYC live debut of Museum of Love ++ DJs Holy Ghost!, Nancy Whang, more" at brooklynvegan
Passion Pits Michael Angelakos responds to Henry Rollins Fuck Suicide column
Aug 23, 2014 12:45pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Jeremy Larson
Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos is an advocate for mental health awareness and recently was honored with an award for his openness in discussing his own struggles with bipolar disorder and depression. Today, Angelakos took to Twitter to respond to Henry Rollins’ controversial column on suicide, which criticized actor Robin Williams for taking his own life. (Rollins has since apologized for his comments.)
Angelakos made one tweet directed toward Rollins, writing, “Yes, @henryrollins, you made it all so clear for the rest of us. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, especially while the family is grieving.” His other tweets offered advice to individuals struggling with thoughts of suicide and depression. You can read them below.
Watch Jack White Cover Becks Devils Haircut In San Francisco
Aug 23, 2014 12:32pm | StereoGum
Jack White did a short cover of Beck’s “Devil’s Haircut” during his show in San Francisco. The two artists have done a lot together recently: they performed with each other last month at show in Providence and White contributed a song to Beck’s Song Reader compilation. The singer has covered “Devil’s Haircut” before when he was still performing under the White Stripes. Watch it around the 11-minute mark below.
Watch: Kate Bush documentary Running Up That Hill, featuring St. Vincent, Big Boi, and Bat For Lashes
Aug 23, 2014 12:26pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Beginning next week, Kate Bush will take the stage for a series of concerts at Londons Eventim Apollo, marking her first live performances in 35 years. In anticipation, BBC 4 has released a new documentary chronicling Bush’s incredible career and vast impact on music.
Entitled Running Up That Hill, the hour-long documentary features interviews with Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Peter Gabriel, Elton John, St. Vincent’s Annie Clark, OutKast’s Big Boi, Bat For Lashes’ Natasha Kahn, and many more.
Watch the documentary at BBC’s website, or below.
Passion Pit Frontman Responds To Henry Rollins Suicide Article, Says LP3 Is Almost Done
Aug 23, 2014 12:15pm | StereoGum
Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos has been open about his mental illness before. He even won an award last year for increasing awareness and putting a positive face on his experiences with bipolar disorder. Angelakos took to Twitter to criticize Henry Rollins for his controversial editorial about suicide. (Rollins recently apologized for his words.) “Yes, @henryrollins, you made it all so clear for the rest of us. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, especially while the family is grieving,” the singer said. Read his full series of tweets below. He also mentions that Passion Pit is almost done with their third album.
Listen: How To Dress Wells new song So Easy For Pleasure
Aug 23, 2014 12:04pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Back in June, alt-R&B singer Tom Krell, aka How to Dress Well, released his excellent new album, “What Is This Heart?”, through Weird World/Domino. The albums deluxe edition includes a 28-page photo booklet and a bonus 10-inch featuring two non-album tracks. Of those tracks, we’ve already heard the soulful “Let U Know”; now, “So Easy For Pleasure” is streaming below.
Like its similarly minimalist predecessor, “So Easy For Pleasure” finds Krell crooning falsetto over elegant piano and the haunted echoes of back-up vocals. While his writing has always had a tinge of pained self-awareness, Krell’s deeply forlorn lines about how “its so easy for pleasure to recast itself as pain, to return from which it came” feel especially immediate and vulnerable.
(Read: How To Dress Well: Tentative Affirmations)
The deluxe version of “What Is This Heart?” is available here. In continued support of the album, Krell will be on tour this fall, including festival appearances at Hopscotch and First City. Consult the full schedule here.
Henry Rollins apologises for newspaper column attacking Robin Williams suicide
Aug 23, 2014 11:49am | NME
Veteran rocker admits he deserves 'a caning' for LA Weekly column
Some douchebag rapper leaked Drakes new single with his own verse on it
Aug 23, 2014 11:46am | Cosequence Of Sound
How far is a rapper willing to go for exposure? Unknown MC Erik Allen Battle, aka E BATT, managed to get his hands on Drakes unreleased, unfinished single “View From the 6″, tacked on his own verse to the second half of it, and leaked it online (via Reddit).
Though streams of the song were quickly pulled by Drake’s team, they are angry nonetheless. A few of Drizzy’s lashed out at Battle on Twitter:
For his part, Drake has kept silent as of publication.
“View From the 6″ appears to serve as the title track and lead single to Drake’s forthcoming fourth studio album, which is due out next year.
Henry Rollins Apologizes For Suicide Article That Criticized Robin Williams
Aug 23, 2014 11:45am | StereoGum
Earlier this week, Henry Rollins wrote an editorial for LA Weekly called “Fuck Suicide,” in which he criticized parents — Robin Williams specifically — for killing themselves because of the trauma it leaves behind for their children. He’s now apologized for his comments in a statement on his website. “That I hurt anyone by what I said, and I did hurt many, disgusts me. It was not at all my intent but it most certainly was the result.” He also talks about his struggle with depression. “I am not asking for a break from the caning, take me to the woodshed as much as you see fit,” he continued. “If what I said has caused you to be done with me, I get it.” Read the full statement below.
Watch Iggy Azalea Fall Off The Stage At VMA Pre-Show
Aug 23, 2014 11:32am | StereoGum
We’ve already had a snake attack at Nicki Minaj’s rehearsal for the MTV Video Music Awards and now there’s video of another VMA performer, Iggy Azalea, falling off the stage during “Fancy” at a VMAs benefit show at The Avalon in Los Angeles last night. Azalea posted the video to her Instagram, saying, “Sorry but it would be a crime not to share this with you all, I know I laughed.” Watch below.
Jack White covers Becks 'Devils Haircut' watch
Aug 23, 2014 11:02am | NME
The White Stripes had previously covered the same song
Arcade Fire kicked off three-night stand at Barclays Center with Dan Deacon and The Unicorns (pics, video)
Aug 23, 2014 10:53am | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Arcade Fire / Dan Deacon / The Unicorns @ Barclays Center
Arcade Fire kicked off their three-night stand at Brooklyn's sprawling Barclays Center last night (8/22). As mentioned, after the bobblehead version of the band appeared on a second platform to mime New York Dolls' "Personality Crisis," Arcade Fire brought out David Johansen in Buster Poindexter mode to perform his 1987 hit "Hot Hot Hot," complete with a conga line of more bobbleheads and carnival-goers that all ended up on the stage and stayed up there for the equally joyous "Here Comes the Night Time." The band's two-hour set hit on all four albums and in addition to "Hot Hot Hot" they worked in a bit of LCD Soundsystem's "All My Friends" with "Keep the Car Running." Pictures, video and setlist are in this post.
Dan Deacon kept the crowd entertained and engaged during his opening set, including one of his signature dance circle / danceoffs. The Unicorns, who reunited to open this tour, started off the evening by playing almost the entirety of 2003's Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?, which was just reissued. After the show, Win Butler invited everyone to stick around Barclays for a post-show dance party DJ'd by Pulp's Steve Mackey.
Arcade Fire, Dan Deacon and The Unicorns do it again at Barclays Center tonight (8...
Drive Like Jehu discuss reunion, say it's just the one show
Aug 23, 2014 10:18am | Brooklyn Vegan
The great Drive Like Jehu recently announced a reunion show, and now guitarist John Reis has discussed what exactly this reunion will be in a Kreative Kontrol podcast. Here's an excerpt, via Pitchfork:
The show isn't so much a show as it is a chance to collaborate with the Spreckels Pipe Organ located in Balboa Park, San Diego. The pipe organ is a massive, outdoor instrument. I've been going to the organ concerts in the park there for years.
Henry Rollins apologizes for comments on suicide, criticizing Robin Williams
Aug 23, 2014 10:09am | Cosequence Of Sound
Henry Rollins has apologized for the column he wrote criticizing Robin Williams for committing suicide. In a letter simply titled “An Apology,” Rollins wrote, “The article I wrote in the LA Weekly about suicide caused a lot of hurt. This is perhaps one of the bigger understatements of all time.”
Rollins said the anger toward him “is off the scale and in my opinion, well placed.” He added, “I am not asking for a break from the caning, take me to the woodshed as much as you see fit. If what I said has caused you to be done with me, I get it.”
He said he plans to address the column further in a new piece he wrote for LA Weekly, which will be posted on Monday.
Read Rollins’ statement in full:
Nicki Minaj dancer hospitalised after being bitten by snake during 'Anaconda' VMA rehearsal
Aug 23, 2014 10:07am | NME
Guilty snake was a boa constrictor, not an anaconda
3WK, Indie, Indie and Indie Radio, Indie Music, Indie Music and Indie Music Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Internet Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Music News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Artists, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Music Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Album Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Interviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Video, Indie Rock and 60s Classic Rock, Indie Rock and 70s Classic Rock, Indie Rock and 80s Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and 90s Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and Classic Rock, Indie Rock and Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and Alternative Rock Radio Online, Indie Rock and Indie Rock College Radio, Indie Rock and Garage Rock, Indie Rock and Progressive Rock, Indie Rock and Indie Rock and Underground Rock, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Songs, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Chart, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Concert News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Tour Dates, Indie Rock Internet Radio, Indie Psych, 60s FM Radio, 70s FM Radio, KWK St. Louis, KWK Saint Louis, KWK 106.5 St. Louis, St. Louis Radio, St. Louis Radio Stations, St. Louis Missouri Radio, 3WK Undergroundradio Streaming Since 1997.
copyright (c) 3wk l.l.c.