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Stream TEEN Carolina EP (Stereogum Premiere)
May 21, 2013 10:06am | StereoGum
BTW alumni TEEN’s Kickstarter-funded EP Carolina is out next week, but you can stream it with us first. The sisters have crafted five tracks of complex psych-influenced but wholly unique indie pop that was produced by Daniel Schlett, who was also responsible for DIIV’s Oshin. I would tell you “Circus” is a stand-out, but I’d also tell you “Cannibal” is a stand-out and so on. Each track has exists in its own hyper-detailed, hypnotic space. Check it out below.
Placebo announce seventh studio album and December UK tour dates
May 21, 2013 10:06am | NME
Band confirm details of new album 'Loud Like Love'
Iron & Wine played the Capitol Theatre & Beacon Theatre (pics, videos, setlists)
May 21, 2013 9:53am | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by PSquared Photography
Iron & Wine at the Capitol Theatre - 5/19/13
Iron & Wine is currently on a tour with the Secret Sisters in support of his new album, Ghost on Ghost, which hit NYC last week (5/14) at Beacon Theater and then circled back to the area for a Port Chester show at the Capitol Theater this past Sunday (5/19). Pictures of the latter are in this post.
For the tour, Sam Beam is being backed by a 13-piece band, and also takes some time out of his sets to do some solo acoustic material. Both NYC-area shows saw him playing the bulk of Ghost on Ghost in addition to a good amount of earlier material, but he had some surprises thrown in there too, including his cover of The Postal Service's "Such Great Heights" at the Cap show.
More pictures from the Cap and setlists/videos from both shows below...
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DiS does Primavera 2013 - Who To See?
May 21, 2013 9:45am | Drowned In Sound
Preview by Dan Lucas(for some reason DiS' back-end won't currently let us tag him as the author)
If our Twitter and Facebook feeds are anything to go by, the boards are the heartbeat of DiS, and as such you
GoogaMooga day 2 in pics (Father John Misty, Lee Fields, Sharon Van Etten, Matt & Kim ++ more)
May 21, 2013 9:44am | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Father John Misty / Lee Fields / Sharon Van Etten
Saturday (5/18) at Great GoogaMooga in Prospect Park was Misty both onstage and off. J. Tillman (aka Father John Misty) played mid-afternoon set as light, atomizer-like rain frizzed hair and kept everything just a little moist. (Sunday the rain got worse and producers pulled the plug on the event.) Unlike Friday's paid-ticket kickoff event with Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Flaming Lips and The Darkness, Saturday's admission was free (though you had to order tickets) and also featured sets from headliners Matt & Kim, plus Lee Fields & the Expressions, Sharon Van Etten, Jovanotti and more. Pictures from Saturday are in this post. Did you brave the not-too-bad-weather for some music, beer and grub?
You can check out Friday pics of YYYs, The Flaming Lips and The Darkness. More pictures from Saturday below...
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May 21, 2013 9:39am | StereoGum
In Portland punks the Thermals’ video for “The Sunset,” the second single from their new album Desperate Ground, badass bassist Kathy Foster gets a star turn. She plays a boxer training for a big fight with, as far as I can tell, the camera operator, and she also gives us her version of Rosie Perez’s dance from the Do The Right Thing opening credits. The band co-directed the video with Jeffrey Rowles, and you can watch it below.
System of a Down
May 21, 2013 9:35am | Cosequence Of Sound
It’s been eight years since System of a Down released their double album, Mezmerize/Hypnotize. They’ve toured sporadically since, but there’s been no inkling of new music to the dismay of fans and even some band members.
In a since-deleted Facebook posting (via Loudwire), bassist Shavo Odadjian railed against frontman Serj Tankian for holding up a new album and suggested the band would be open to recording music with a different singer. Maybe they can
May 21, 2013 9:26am | Fact Magazine
Seven years have passed since the former teen prodigy of trance James Holden released his debut The Idiots Are Winning.
More of a mini-album, it centred around two epic tracks, ‘Lump’ and ’10101′, that threw done the gauntlet for what modern techno could be. Since then, electronic music has waned and waxed, as it’s wont to do, from dubstep to blubstep, aquacrunk to seapunk, bassline to plain bass. Holden, in the meantime, has released just one single
George Michael to be kept in hospital following M1 accident
May 21, 2013 9:21am | NME
Singer will remain in care as a "precaution for observation" says spokesperson
The National played 'Letterman,' playing free show at Public Assembly this afternoon, Mercury Lounge TONIGHT (tickets on sale at noon)
May 21, 2013 9:21am | Brooklyn Vegan
The National in Ithaca (more by PSquared Photography)
The National's new album, Trouble Will Find Me, is out today (Pitchfork gave it Best New Music) and the band took a night from their just-started tour to play The Late Show with David Letterman last night. Video of that is below.
The band are still in town and will celebrate the new record tonight (5/21) with a very intimate show at Mercury Lounge. Tickets to that go on sale at noon. Good luck.
UPDATE: They're playing small NYC clubs all day, apparently, including Public Assembly at 5 PM. To go to that, email firstname.lastname@example.org and confirmation emails will be sent by 3 PM. There may be more and you can follow their Twitter to find out.
UPDATE 2: Purchase the record IN STORE at Other Music today before 4pm and you'll be entered to win a pair of tickets (to Mercury Lounge we assume). Winner will be notified between 4 and 5pm.
If you can't get tickets for tonight, there are still tickets available for The National's slightly larger scale show at Barclays Center on June 5.
Letterman video below...
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Blood, guns and table tennis: watch the video for Roc Marciano collaborator Telemachus
May 21, 2013 9:13am | Fact Magazine
New on UK hip-hop veteran Jehst’s YNR Productions label: In the Evening, a new album by Telemachus.
Featuring guest spots from Roc Marciano and more, FACT TV today premiere the video for In the Evening‘s ‘Tennis Season’. Without giving too much away, it features sweat, blood, tennis, bordering-on-gratuitous flesh and dismemberment in the most literal sense (ahem). Watch it til the end.
You can download ‘Tennis Season’ now; a launch party for In the Evening takes place next Wednesday in London.
Stream The-Dream IV Play
May 21, 2013 9:02am | StereoGum
We’ve been waiting a while to hear a new album from the sex-obsessed, hitmaking R&B weirdo The-Dream, and that album, IV Play, is finally here. We’ve already heard the early singles “Slow It Down” and “IV Play,” as well as the Jay-Z collab “High Art,” and the album also has appearances from Beyoncé, 2 Chainz, Kelly Rowland, Pusha T, and others. But the real reason to dive into this one is that it promises to once again return us to Terius Nash’s sticky inner universe. Stream the whole album with the YouTube playlist below.
Slow Warm Death -- upcoming dates, live video & LP stream
May 21, 2013 8:57am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
Brooklyn-based band Slow Warm Death is the current project of John Galm, who previously fronted the beloved math-emo band Snowing (and before that Street Smart Cyclist), but for this project he's taking the lo-fi/garage rock route, and he does the sound just as well and genuine as his previous style. They've shared local bills with bands like Literature and LODRO, and if you're into that kind of scene, Slow Warm Death will be right up your alley.
This past March, Slow Warm Death released their self-titled album on limited edition cassette (which is now sold out) and digitally. For a guy whose previous bands included lots of noodley guitar playing, on this record, the guitars are thick and rhythm oriented. It's got a punked up style that brings to mind bands like The Stooges or even that recent Ceremony album, but it's not without its hooks either. You can stream the album in full below or download it (name your price) at bandcamp.
As usual, the band have some local dates scheduled, including this Saturday (5/25) at Shea Stadium opening the previously discussed Lemuria show, which also has Bridge and Tunnel and Jeff Rosenstock (of Bomb the Music Industry) on the bill. Tickets for that show are still available. After that, they have shows scheduled at The Paper Box on June 3 with Honeydrum and Mannequin Pussy (tickets) and Cake Shop on June 9
May 21, 2013 8:42am | StereoGum
Austra and Ital are both feel-good stories about the nice things that can happen when punks pick up computers. Austra’s frontwoman Katie Stelmanis was a shining light of Toronto’s art-punk scene for years before she put together her icy electro-goth group, and Daniel Martin-McCormick spent time in the great percussive skree bands Black Eyes and Mi Ami before he began making stripped-back, conceptual dance music as Ital. And now Ital has put together an itchy, skeletal eight-minute remix of “Home,” the throbbing first single from Austra’s new album Olympia. Below, listen to that remix, as well as another from Detroit techno legend Kevin Saunderson, and check out Austra’s upcoming tour dates.
FACT to stream Seth Troxler and Julio Bashmore live from Field Day this weekend
May 21, 2013 8:34am | Fact Magazine
One of the biggest events on the UK festival calendar, Field Day, takes place this weekend.
With TNGHT, Animal Collective, Bat for Lashes and more booked for the one day event, which takes place in East London’s Victoria Park, it’s Field Day’s biggest line-up yet. If you haven’t got a ticket though – or, you know, if you prefer a dark room to a sunny field – never fear, because FACT are streaming two of the biggest acts from the stage that we’re partnering with Bugged Out.
First, from 2pm-3.35pm, we’ll be broadcasting Seth Troxler, lynchpin of the Visionquest stable and one of the world’s most reliably entertaining DJs – and, we should add, quote machines. Then, from 8.35pm-9.35pm, we’ll be streaming Julio Bashmore, the Bristol house producer whose globetrotting crossover hits, ‘Battle for Middle You’ and ‘Au Seve’ have seen him ascend to the top rung of the dance music ladder in some style.
Simply tune into the FACT website on Saturday, May 25, for the video – and keep your eyes on FACT TV post-festival for plenty more videos and interviews from the event.
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