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Warpaint perform 'Love Is To Die' on US TV show 'Conan' watch
Mar 11, 2014 10:42am | NME
The band make their late-night debut on the chat show
Rinse unveil Easter party at Fabric with Jam City, Mumdance, Route 94 and more
Mar 11, 2014 10:41am | Fact Magazine
Plastician, MssingNo, Big Narstie and reams more on the bill.
Rinse has unveiled the line-up for its annual Easter blowout at Fabric, and it’s a typically mammoth affair with DJs and MCs from across the station’s eclectic roster.
Among the DJs booked in for the Thursday night session are Night Slugs producer Jam City (pictured), 909 explorer Mumdance and breakthrough chart-topper Route 94, plus the grime-twisting likes of Visionist, Wen and Mr Mitch.
FACT’s very own Big Narstie, young’un Novelist and ‘German Whip’ star Meridian Dan will also be in attendance, plus Faze Miyake, Plastician, CASisDEAD and more see the line-up below.
Head to Fabric to grab early bird tickets for the event on Thursday, April 17, which runs from 10pm to 7am the next morning.
Line-up so far:
Listen: Generation Loss Enter The Void
Mar 11, 2014 10:40am | CMJ
Generation Loss – Photo via Facebook
The best thing about this blistering track from San Francisco scuzzers Generation Loss is that it sounds like one of your friend’s bands you saw over the weekend. The background calls poke through the distorted hi-hat and driving bass just enough to catch your attention, and before you know it, you’re smack dab in the middle of a second guitar solo. As the song careens towards the finish line, it’s easy to picture the lead singer sneering the phrase, “Enter the void,” at the mosh pit that you and your friends started. The track comes off the band’s debut tape for Cut-Rate Records. Take the dive, and Enter The Void below.
GENERATION LOSS – CASSETTE TAPE by Cut-Rate Records
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'The Inbetweeners 2' release date revealed
Mar 11, 2014 10:38am | NME
Comedy sequel will open in August 6
MOKB Video Premiere : Andy D : Now I Can Dance
Mar 11, 2014 10:29am | My Old Kentucky Blog
The one and only Andy D has a new video for his song “Now I Can Dance.” The track appears on his latest LP, WarCries, available now via Rad Summer. Like most of his creative endeavors, the video is laced with his unique, energetic humor as he transforms a dance studio into his own little playground of fun. Yes, that is a Nintendo Power Glove with a mic attached. Watch it below.
Watch: Drake covers Rihannas Stay
Mar 11, 2014 10:24am | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Robert Altman
Drake had a special guest in attendance at his “Would You Like A Tour” stop in Brussels, Belgium on Saturday night. His on-again, off-again girlfriend Rihanna was reportedly in the audience, which might explain why the Canadian crooner sang a few bars of her hit single “Stay”. Though many of the lyrics were altered to show appreciation for the Belgian people (he even delivered the end in a bit of French and German), it’s still a sweet little rendition. Check out some fan footage below (via MissInfo).
Earlier in the European leg of the tour, Drake welcomed Kanye West to the stage. Watch footage of that special moment here.
New 'Noah' clip revealed watch
Mar 11, 2014 10:19am | NME
Latest teaser from Russell Crowe's Biblical epic is released
SXSW 2014: Best Bets For Tuesday
Mar 11, 2014 10:18am | StereoGum
The SXSW Music Conference officially kicks off today, but it’s sort of a soft launch; with a majority of attendees arriving no earlier than that afternoon, Tuesday’s music festivities are relatively limited, and don’t really get going until after dark. In fact, one of Tuesday’s best bets isn’t even part of the Music Conference, but the closing party for the SXSW Interactive Conference — featuring performances by 2chainz, Pusha T, Method Man & Redman, and Aloe Blacc — attendance for which requires either a Platinum, Gold, or Interactive badge. Even if you don’t have such a badge, however, there’s still a nice selection of parties worth attending, including a great K-Pop bash and one of SXSW 2014′s best metal lineups, plus bills headlined by Coldplay and Chance The Rapper (pictured above). Anyway, without further ado, here are Tuesday’s best bets:
Lily Allen says her new songs are 'rubbish', blames label and radio station bosses
Mar 11, 2014 10:18am | NME
Singer agrees with fan on Twitter over quality of recent output
clipping. Work Work (Feat. Cocc Pistol Cree) (Stereogum Premiere)
Mar 11, 2014 10:16am | StereoGum
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wolf Eyes signing to Sub Pop. It was a strange move to many, that such a high-profile label would team up with a group so dissonant and grotesque, but from moment “Stabbed In The Face” (their first single for the label) appeared, it was clear that this was exactly the right place for the band. Wolf Eyes have done noise, but that song, and really Burned Mind as a whole, is not that. It’s a rock song, and a really fucking good one, written and performed in the musical dialect that the band speaks. That spirit runs strong in 2014 as Sub Pop announce the first official album by clipping., a trio that have grown into one of the most unique groups to grind harsh noise up against popular hip-hop.
5 Questions with: Basia Bulat
Mar 11, 2014 10:16am | Brooklyn Vegan
Basia Bulat @ Littlefield in 2010 (more by
Chris La Putt)
Basia Bulat welcomed her latest effort, Tall Tall Shadow, in 2013. She's coming to Austin for SXSW, where she'll play four shows including a FREE BrooklynVegan day party on Thursday, March 13 at Red 7 (one of three). Meanwhile, we asked Basia 5 QUESTIONS:
1) What is your favorite venue to play in the country and why?
BB: In America it's probably the Bowery Ballroom! I've played there a few times as a support act and headlined there for the first time in November which was really special.
Continue reading "5 Questions with: Basia Bulat" at brooklynvegan
Holychild Mindspeak [EP]
Mar 11, 2014 10:10am | CMJ
With the bouncy pop sound and the brightly colored visuals on
Holychilds first EP, Mindspeak, it might be easy to
initially assume that this L.A. duo doesn’t have anything
important to say. But Mindspeak has a lot more going
on than what first meets the eye. People sometimes write off pop
music for not being serious enough, but for Holychild, their
dedication to earworming is what makes them work so well.
They’re not afraid to embrace the power of pop to tell you
how it is, while simultaneously making you dance and/or sing into a
shampoo bottle alone in the shower. Within this day-glo confection,
Holychild are conveying a feminist message in an accessible way.
The album sounds like an all-girls pool party, only
everyone’s chatting about social issues in between eating
snacks and making fruity drinks.
Hear Memory Loss from The Snow, featuring members of Wild Nothing, Holograms and Beach Fossils
Mar 11, 2014 10:02am | Chart Attack
Two years ago, the frontmen of Captured Tracks bands Wild Nothing, Holograms and Beach Fossils (that’s Jack Tatum, Andreas Lagerström and Dustin Payseur, respectively) came together for a brief recording session. Now assembled into a supergroup called The Snow, the all-star dream pop band will release a special Record Store Day 7″. On A-side “Memory Loss,” the sounds of these bands come together like a box of Neapolitan ice cream, easily distinct and identifiable within the track. They also play into each other nicely, though: Lagerström’s glazed moan clouds the delayed dreaminess of Tatum and Payseur’s projects with a new sort of grey.
The Snow’s new 7″, “Memory Loss” B/W “Joy of Life,” will be available on Record Store Day (April 19, 2014) at participating record stores.
Hear “Memory Loss” from The Snow, featuring members of Wild Nothing, Holograms and Beach Fossils by Jordan Darville | Chart Attack.
Brody Dalle reveals new song 'Don't Mess With Me' listen
Mar 11, 2014 9:59am | NME
The track is taken from her debut solo album 'Diploid Love'
Beck announces 2014 U.S. tour dates
Mar 11, 2014 9:57am | Cosequence Of Sound
Beck will soon hit the road in support of his new album, Morning Phase. Today, the renowned singer-songwriter confirmed a series of headlining shows to go along with his many festival appearances. The docket runs from April through July.
He’s also announced two more TV appearances: he’ll appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tomorrow night (March 12th) and play Ellen on April 1st. Along with the tour, revisit Beck’s recent performance on Saturday Night Live, below.
Beck 2014 Tour Dates:
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