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Todays MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 8/26/14
Aug 26, 2014 11:24am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35!
Tune in to channel 35 on SIRIUS XM at Noon ET or 12am ET/9pm PST each and every Tuesday! For mobile and online users, be sure to look for us in the on demand section!
Ariel Pink’s Haunted Grafitti – Round and Round
Listen: Mulekid Plattsburgh, NY
Aug 26, 2014 11:18am | CMJ
The post Listen: Mulekid – “Plattsburgh, NY” appeared first on CMJ.
Stream Krieg Transient (Stereogum Premiere)
Aug 26, 2014 11:11am | StereoGum
It’s been a weird year for Neill Jameson, aka Imperial, the man behind the seminal American black metal project Krieg. If you follow the guy on Facebook, you know he’s constantly dealing with bullshit, and that has increased exponentially over the last few weeks. He works in this record store in New Jersey, whose customers are a source of endless frustration. His occasional (current) musical collaborator Thurston Moore has been in the news for saying “Black Metal is music made by pussies of the lowest order.” His occasional (former) musical collaborator Blake Judd (of Nachtmystium) has been in the news for allegedly ripping off a bunch of fans and distributors, after pulling similar scams last year. And every time more news is made, Jameson — an outpost of acerbic, sarcastic pragmatism in a world of hyperbole and panic — finds himself inundated with requests for comments and clarifications. Wrote Jameson on Facebook in one such exchange (of many):
Donald Glover cast as Spider-Man in new cartoon
Aug 26, 2014 11:07am | Cosequence Of Sound
in 2011, when Hollywood announced plans to reboot the Spider-Man franchise (again), an online contingency came together to insist that Donald Glover be cast as the infamous webslinger. After generating traction online, Glover himself backed the idea, expressing interest in his Weirdo stand-up special. Despite these efforts, the role eventually went to Andrew Garfield, and Glover had to settle on a successful rap career.
Now, several years later, nerds everywhere will finally get their wish as Glover is confirmed to portray everyones friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. As USA Today reports, Glover has been tapped to appear in an episode of Disney XDs animated Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors as Miles Morales, the half-black, half-Hispanic Ultimates universe version of Spidey.
For those non-comic book fans, theres a pretty extensive and nerdy backstory for why the Ultimates universe is a separate continuity from the primary Marvel canon. Basically, it boils down to a series of alternate universes, each with separate Spider-Men. In the Ultimates universe, the 13-year-old Morales has taken over in the wake of Peter Parkers death. You can find more info about the characters origins and adventures here.
As USA Today notes, “the cartoon Miles is very close to the comic-book version: The 1...
listen to SOPHIEs Boiler Room LA set
Aug 26, 2014 11:00am | Gorilla Vs Bear
So many new SOPHIE jams in this set. Not sure we’re ready for GvsB IV:
Bears Den Announces Debut LP, Islands, Shares Live Video
Aug 26, 2014 10:52am | CMJ
This Is The Ether: Reintroducing Merchandise
Aug 26, 2014 10:50am | StereoGum
When you drive through Tampa’s Seminole Heights neighborhood, you will pass an endless collection of gas stations and strip malls, the latter seeming to surrender their final delayed breath into the aqueous Florida air. You will pass a laundromat whose wan teal sign looks as if it hasn’t been touched since the 1950s. You will pass rows of Florida bungalows and ranch houses, some occupied by artsy faux-hemians, some by the sort of Floridians who have three rusted-out vintage cars on their lawn and a Confederate flag hanging from the garage. Seedy motels are omnipresent. Nestled amongst this is the house where all five members of Merchandise currently live, the same house where they recorded their new album After The End. When you arrive, the thought is hard to escape: Unconventional as it is today, this is the sort of thing that could be — and, perhaps, will be — read in hindsight as the beginning of a rock ’n’ roll myth.
Aphex Twin on Kanye West: 'He tried to rip me off'
Aug 26, 2014 10:50am | NME
The DJ and producer speaks about West's use of his track 'Avril 14th' on 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy's 'Blame Game'
The Shivas releasing new LP, touring this fall (dates & stream)
Aug 26, 2014 10:47am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Bill Pearis
Portland quartet The Shivas are set to release their fourth album, You Know What To Do, via K Recs on October 28. The album was recorded at Dub Narcotic Studios and mixed by Calvin Johnson and is indebted to early-'60s rock n' roll. We've got the premiere of the surfy "Mansion Girls" in this post.
The Shivas will be on tour this fall, playing two NYC shows: Cake Shop on October 15 and Palisades on October 16. No openers announced for those shows just yet. Stay tuned. All dates are listed, along with the new track stream, below...
Continue reading "The Shivas releasing new LP, touring this fall (dates & stream)" at brooklynvegan
11 Kate Bush albums on course to enter this week's album chart
Aug 26, 2014 10:44am | NME
The singer sees sales spike ahead of her live comeback
2:54 In The Mirror
Aug 26, 2014 10:25am | StereoGum
The gothy, dreamy, doomy British sister act 2:54 are coming back this fall with their new album The Other I, and that’s good news, since their rich and retro sound is about as autumnal as it gets. We’ve already posted the majestic first single “Orion,” and now they’ve shared the heavy, churning follow-up “In The Mirror,” which has melody to burn. Listen to it below.
Merely princess hervor
Aug 26, 2014 10:24am | Gorilla Vs Bear
[merely's Nirvana is out next month on Sincerely Yours]
Premiere: Listen to Christopher Willits latest album OPENING, forthcoming on Ghostly
Aug 26, 2014 10:23am | Fact Magazine
The San Francisco multimedia artist brings it all together on his latest album.
Christopher Willits has spent over a decade exploring ambient soundscapes, collaborating with the likes of Kid606, Death Grips Zach Hill and Ryuichi Sakamoto, and working in photography, video and other mediums.
His latest work, OPENING, is a audio-visual project that brings many of these threads together, combining seven ambient tracks, 45 minutes of visual, seven photographs and a “multi-sensory, multiple channel live performance.” “Sound and light can transform and inspire our imaginations,” he says. “It can be used as a tool to awaken our consciousness.”
Along with his richly textured compositions, OPENING includes an abstract narrative film built from images and footage from his travels in California, Hawaii, Japan and Thailand, in what press materials describe as Planet Earth meets Koyaanisqatsi.
OPENING is due out on September 2 via Ghostly, with exclusive content available through Christophers new subscription service at Drip.fm. Stream the album below (we’ll have the visuals later); Willits’ tour dates follow.
09.06 San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
Oasis top NME readers' wishlist of bands to headline Reading & Leeds 2015
Aug 26, 2014 10:18am | NME
Foo Fighters and The Strokes also figure
QT Hey QT
Aug 26, 2014 10:14am | StereoGum
It was only a matter of time before PC Music began seeping into the major-label world, and now SOPHIE and A. G. Cook’s collaborative project QT has made its debut via XL Recordings. The song was debuted during a show at the Boiler Room in Los Angeles last Friday (which included live sets from Oneohtrix Point Never, Hudson Mohawke, and a solo SOPHIE performance, which you can stream here). If you’ve been a fan of this style of music throughout the year, then this will be special for you. Finally bringing together the two figureheads of this sound, it melds the cartoon vocals of SOPHIE’s best tracks, “Lemonade” and “BIPP,” with the bright bubblegummy production of Cook’s best work, such as Hannah Diamond’s “Attachment” and “Pink And Blue.” This is one of the best songs to come from either of these producers. Listen to it and read a typically cryptic statement from them below.
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