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Electric Wizard will release their 9th album in time for Halloween
May 5, 2016 2:37pm | Brooklyn Vegan
"This is all the information available," their label clarifies.
Neurosis reissuing 'A Sun that Never Sets' and 'The Eye of Every Storm'
May 5, 2016 2:28pm | Brooklyn Vegan
A Sun That Never Sets and The Eye of Every Storm are both getting the deluxe treatment from Relapse. They've both been unavailable on vinyl for the past several years, but that will change when they drop on June 17.
How a concert series in Torontos East End became a cookbook
May 5, 2016 2:27pm | Chart Attack
Feast in the East celebrates its 5 year anniversary at Anchored Social Club on Friday, May 6 (featuring Horse Lords, New Fries, Mimico, Carl Didur, and JFM) and Saturday, May 7 (with Matrox, Blonde Elvis, Germaphobes, and Castle If).
There are many physical and psychological barriers in cities preventing people from moving around as freely as they could. Torontos Don River is a bit of both. Theres no reason why people cant cross it there are more than enough bridges for that but many who live to its east know exactly just how difficult it can be to convince people from the west to make that trek, especially for a show.
With their Feast in the East concert series, Tad Michalak, Neil Rankin, and Katie Jensen have found success by using both music and food to do the coaxing for them. What started out as a house party became a monthly event, and is now a cookbook, the launch of which coincides with the concert series fifth anniversary.
The cookbook features recipes, visuals, and a two-tape compilation, all courtesy of the host of chefs, artists and bands who have been involved with one of the fifty-plus Feasts. Reaching such a milestone is as much a credit to Michalak, Rankin, and Jensen as it is to the community they've built. (You can find sample recipes and exclusive premieres of songs from Hooded Fang and ZONES from the compilation within this article.)
Skepta drops Lyrics featuring Novelist
May 5, 2016 2:25pm | Fact Magazine
We’re only hours away from Konnichiwa, and Skepta has teased another new track.
Dropped on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, ‘Lyrics’ features the Lewisham don himself Novelist and boasts some refreshingly skeletal production, with the kind of blips and low end thump that should have heads remembering grime’s first wave.
It’s yet another tantalizing taste of Skepta’s long-awaited Konnichiwa, which is set to drop tomorrow, Friday May 6. It comes at a time when Skepta seems poised to break the glass ceiling into another level of stardom, and with Drake and Kanye West in his court, he’s certainly got the right push.
Let’s hope that Konnichiwa, when it drops, gives Skepta the propulsion he needs to not only push his own name to the next level, but grime in general.
Listen to ‘Lyrics’ below, and look out for ‘Detox’ (feat. BBK) on Julie Adenuga’s Beats 1 show later this evening.
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James Blake's new album 'The Colour In Anything' will be out in a few hours (stream 3 tracks)
May 5, 2016 2:16pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Stream three tracks, including one featuring Bon Iver
James Blake's releasing new LP 'The Colour In Anything' today, streaming 3 tracks (one with Bon Iver)
May 5, 2016 2:16pm | Brooklyn Vegan
The full album will be out at 8 PM EST, but meanwhile you can stream three tracks, including one featuring Bon Iver
Dying Fetus, Behemoth & Taake all scattered the ashes of Illinois metalhead at their shows
May 5, 2016 2:00pm | Brooklyn Vegan
In extremely bizarre news out of the extreme metal world, it seems that at not one but two metal shows in Chicago over the past couple days, the ashes of a dead metalhead were scattered in the pit during a show...
James Blakes new album The Colour in Anything is being released tonight
May 5, 2016 1:57pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Debi Del Grande
James Blake appeared on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show this afternoon and came bearing some very exciting news. His brand new album, now titled The Colour in Anything, will be released in full tonight at approximately 7:00 p.m. CT. Additionally, he premiered a pair of new songs, “Radio Silence” and “I Need a Forest Fire” featuring Bon Ivers Justin Vernon.
Of the former, Blake said it was the first written for the record and originally was supposed to be the title track. Atmospheric at every turn, it’s highlighted by layers of morose piano, growling bass, and bouts of surging synths. I cant believe this, you dont want to see me,” he can be heard lamenting. This cavernous melancholy continues to permeate throughout “I Need a Forest Fire”, with Vernon’s unmistakeable vocals ringing out like a siren.
Stream both below. Update: He’s released a third track called “My Willing Heart” and revealed the full tracklist.
The Colour in Anything Tracklist:
The Mystery Lights releasing debut LP on new Daptone rock imprint (listen to "Follow Me Home")
May 5, 2016 1:53pm | Brooklyn Vegan
The Brooklyn garage rockers will also be touring in June.
Percocet Identified In Prince Autopsy, Criminal Investigation Of Prescribers Underway
May 5, 2016 1:51pm | StereoGum
The details coming from Prince's sudden, untimely death have been increasingly harrowing. Yesterday, reports surfaced that Prince was seeking help for opioid and cocaine addictions. He had been planning to meet with Dr. Howard Kornfeld, a ...
James Blakes New Album The Colour In Anything Out Tonight, Hear Three New Tracks
May 5, 2016 1:48pm | StereoGum
James Blake has been hinting at details about his third album for well over a year now -- first it was called Radio Silence, now it's officially going to be called The Colour In Anything. Turns out we won't have to wait for long to hear the whole thing -- Blake came on … More »
Burger Beach Bash happening in Coney Island same day as 2016 Mermaid Parade
May 5, 2016 1:46pm | Brooklyn Vegan
For those who've read about all those crazy shows Burger Records puts on in California (like Burger Boogaloo) with a zillion bands and wished they'd do one in NYC, your wish is coming true. The Burger Beach Bash will happen at Coney Island's MCU Park on June 18, the same day as the Mermaid Parade...
James Blake's new album The Colour in Anything is out tonight, hear three new songs now
May 5, 2016 1:45pm | Gorilla Vs Bear
James Blake drops his new record The Colour in Anything in just a few hours (midnight GMT, 6 PM CST). Surprise! In the meantime, listen to two tracks from the album -- "Radio Silence" + Bon Iver collab "I Need a Forest Fire" -- below. UPDATE: you can also check another new one called "My Willing Heart":
James Blakes The Colour in Anything will be released tonight
May 5, 2016 1:45pm | Fact Magazine
The wait is almost over.
Earlier this week, it was confirmed that James Blakes third full-length LP will be called The Colour in Anything – perhaps a nod to CMYK? – and will feature artwork by Roald Dahl collaborator Sir Quentin Blake. The title and artwork were debuted on murals in Brooklyn and London. The album will be released at midnight GMT.
Blake debuted Justin Vernon collaboration ‘I Need a Forest Fire’, as well as ‘Radio Silence’, which is was previously believed to be the title of the album and which Blake performed live at festivals last year. It is one of 18 tracks on Anything, which Blake described as a “journey” earlier today to Annie Mac on Radio 1. Recording “started in England,” told Annie Mac. “Eventually when I ran of steam a little bit I went over to America and did some sessions at Shangri La with Rick Rubin.”
‘Radio Silence’, which is the first he wrote for the album, veers into an interesting territory for Blake, invoking 80s sci-fi/horror and John Carpenter with the synths. While it runs like what you’d expect from Blake, it’s hued a bit darker.
Blake recently appeared on the track ‘Forward’ on Beyoncé’s powerful new album Lemonade.
Hear ‘Radio Silence&rsq...
Bonnaroo reveals 2016 daily schedule and set times
May 5, 2016 1:35pm | Cosequence Of Sound
With a little over a month to go before thousands descend on Manchester, TN, Bonnaroo organizers have revealed the daily schedule.
The festival kicks off Thursday, June 9th with sets from Waxahatchee, Twin Peaks, Hundred Waters, Bully, Con Brio, and Vulfpeck.
LCD Soundsystem headline Friday. They’ll be preceded by M83, CHVRCHES, Tyler the Creator, Vince Staples, Leon Bridges, Kamasi Washington, FIDLAR, Daughter, Dungen. and Whitney. Late-night sets include Tame Impala, Blood Orange, and Purity Ring.
Pearl Jam will take the main stage on Saturday night. Earlier in the day features the likes of The Claypool Lennon Delirum, HAIM, Band of Horses, Chris Stapleton, Natalie Prass, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and Grace Potter. Late-night sets include the as-yet-unannounced Superjam, Miguel, and Big Grams (Big Boi and Phantogram).
The Dead and Company close out the final day with a massive four-hour headlining set. Earlier sets include Ween, Father John Misty, Death Cab For Cutie, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires, and Sunflower Bean.
Check out the full day-by-day schedule here. Bonnaroo runs June 9th – 12th and tickets are still available.
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