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Song : Lil Silva : Dont You Love (ft. BANKS)
Jul 31, 2014 12:44pm | My Old Kentucky Blog
Lil Silva has his new EP, Mabel, out on August 5th on True Panther/Good Years. We have already heard the fantastic title track from it, now we get his collaboration with one of the undeniable new stars of 2014, BANKS. “Don’t You Love” builds off a funky, almost bluesy guitar rift slowly morphing into a grimy funk meets R&B slow jam. It is smooth as hell and an excellent listen. Stream it below.
Watch Deadmau5 and Rob Ford go on a coffee run
Jul 31, 2014 12:38pm | Fact Magazine
The EDM mousehead takes the embattled Toronto mayor for a ride.
Deadmau5‘s “Coffee Run” series is like Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee, if Seinfeld’s web series was an unedited, mundane snoozefest.
With that in mind, here’s your chance to watch Deadmau5 take a ride with Toronto mayor Rob Ford as they shoot the shit about the city, politics, music and more. And while Deadmau5 might have been, we’re not quite surprised by Ford’s five espresso shot order caffeine’s a helluva drug.
Mike Birbiglia says "Thank God for the Jokes" on new tour, including BAM show in September (dates)
Jul 31, 2014 12:38pm | Brooklyn Vegan
by Arielle Gordon
Comedian, actor, and master of deprecating storytelling Mike Birbiglia is no stranger to BAM, having recently appeared in This American Life: One Night Only at BAM (which actually ended up having two nights). He returns to the BAM Howard Gilman Opera House on September 5, this time to premiere his new show/tour, Thank God For Jokes. His new batch of jokes should be equal parts embarrassing and hilarious, as always, and it's definitely worth grabbing tickets before they're gone. Tickets for his BAM appearance go on sale August 5 for BAM members and August 7 for the general public.
The BAM show is the kickoff to what will be a busy fall of touring. All tour dates, which include shows in NJ and Purchase NY, are listed below...
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The Gaslight Anthem perform for gym team in 'Rollin' And Tumblin'' video - watch
Jul 31, 2014 12:36pm | NME
The band release their new album 'Get Hurt' on August 11
Song : Mother : Centerfold
Jul 31, 2014 12:34pm | My Old Kentucky Blog
We think the Penn Badgely-led band Mother might have some legs to it. After two well-received singles “Victim” and “Easy”, they have offered up another song, “Centerfold”, from their forthcoming The Mother EP. This one is brooding like the others, but has sort of a post-punk, dark-wave feel to it. Badgely’s vocals vibrate in a deep baritone to further sell the overall mood of the song. Listen below.
B L A C K I E takes his experimental hip-hop towards noise on new single None Above
Jul 31, 2014 12:25pm | Chart Attack
B L A C K I E has always made hip-hop with a half-life. Harsh and deeply personal stuff the mutant boar-men of Chernobyl would blast. Even when he went acoustic on his last record GEN, it still inspired the same queasy feelings you get when you accidentally view a photo full of death. "None Above," his latest single, brings those skills to the realm of noise, along with a stretched and swirlingly coloured video full of angst.
Utterly swamped in the nihilism of the title, B L A C K I E spews his "verses" like a man clawing against the basement door of his captor, as a cyclone of shrill horror whirls around him. Between this and the new Pharmakon album we've been promised, it's going to be a good year for wholly terrifying music.
B L A C K I E's new album IMAGINE YOURSELF IN A FREE AND NATURAL WORLD is out soon.
B L A C K I E takes his experimental hip-hop towards noise on new single “None Above” by Jordan Darville | Chart Attack.
Watch Sia Go All Performance-Art On VH1s SoundClash
Jul 31, 2014 12:21pm | StereoGum
The entire point of SoundClash the new ?uestlove-produced and Diplo-hosted VH1 show, is to throw a set of disparate artists up onstage and watch what happens. Last week’s episode, for instance, had T.I. sharing a stage with Fall Out Boy and London Grammar. Last night’s episode, meanwhile, had Sia, Ed Sheeran, and Grouplove. The group performances aren’t online yet, but Sia’s solo ones are. She turned all of her songs into grand performance-art spectacles, as she’s done more than once lately. Lip-syncing surrogates! Hidden faces! An entire audience in Sia wigs! Below, watch her performances of “Chandelier,” “Elastic Heart,” and “Big Girls Cry.”
FAMY at London’s Lexington
Jul 31, 2014 12:20pm | The Line Of Best Fit
The rising indie-folk outfit play a headline show at the north London bar. Wunmi Onibudo sends these shots.
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
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