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Watch: The Gaslight Anthems video for Rollin and Tumblin'
Jul 30, 2014 8:25am | Cosequence Of Sound
With their video for “Get Hurt”, the title track to their upcoming fifth studio album, New Jersey rockers The Gaslight Anthem provided the soundtrack for some passionate dance routines. The band once again makes use of dancers in the video for “Rollin and Tumblin'”, only this time around, its an all female chorus line decked out in Dia De Los Muertos face paint. Their wild, fervid movements provide an added sense of intensity to the gritty alt-rock anthem.
Both “Get Hurt” and “Rollin and Tumblin” share a general story arc and a certain aesthetic value, which leads me to wonder if theyre just part of a larger concept. One that asks, “Are The Gaslight Anthem some sort of piped piper, turning audiences into undulating masses of booty poppin and hip shakin?” Ponder that as you watch below.
Get Hurt the album is due out August 19th via Island Records. For more sounds, check out “Stay Vicious”.
Gerard Way announces solo album details
Jul 30, 2014 8:23am | NME
Former My Chemical Romance frontman will release 'Hesitant Alien' on September 29
The Gaslight Anthem Rollin And Tumblin Video
Jul 30, 2014 8:01am | StereoGum
“Rollin’ and Tumblin’” was our first taste of the Gaslight Anthem’s new album Get Hurt, which is shaping up to be the band’s most stylistically diverse album yet. Now that song has gotten the video treatment and it’s a crisp black-and-white affair that sees the band playing opposite a group of elegant dancers who have donned some spooky skeleton-style face paint and are doing some on-the-nose literal rolling and tumbling on the floor. Watch below.
Morrissey wanted to hurt webmaster of fan site, new lawsuit alleges
Jul 30, 2014 8:01am | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo via SlicingUpEyeballs
It’s no secret that Morrissey has a tumultuous relationship with the media, especially his own fan site. Over the years, The Smiths singer has taken umbrage with Morrissey-Solo, frequently chastising the site in blog posts on his own True-To-You forum, and even wearing a “Fuck Morrissey-Solo.com” t-shirt in concert. Apparently, Morrissey’s hatred stems from a series of critical posts made by members of Morrissey-Solo.
Over the years, Morrissey has threatened legal action against the website, but a new lawsuit alleges the singer was willing to go even further and asked one of his bodyguards to “hurt” site operator David Tseng. According to TMZ, the bodyguard, Bradley Steyn, claimed that Morrissey and his tour manager asked if Tseng “could be gotten rid of” and discussed how to find his home address. Steyn said he was fired after refusing to participate in the scheme.
TMZ says it’s been unable to get in touch with Morrissey’s camp for comment.
secretsundaze plot birthday blowout with Anthony Shake Shakir and DJ Koze
Jul 30, 2014 7:58am | Fact Magazine
If you’re a fan of clubbing on a Sunday in London, you’ve no doubt made the trek over to secretsundaze.
It’s been one of the city’s best kept secrets for years, and it makes sense that their birthday party should be one of the biggest events on their calendar. On August 24, they’ve got a blowout in mind, and they’ll be welcoming in a host of very special guests to two separate venues. If you fancy things early, the first party will be hosted at Studio 338 between 1pm and 10pm, and if you’re looking for things to go on a little later, you can head over to Village Underground.
Eclectic German DJ and producer DJ Koze heads up the bill, along with terminally underrated Detroit originator Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir. Coming along for the ride will be house and techno don Lawrence, Nick Hoppner, Youandewan, Underground Paris and residents James Priestley and Giles Smith.
For more information and tickets, head here.
Song : Paperwhite : Take Me Back
Jul 30, 2014 7:54am | My Old Kentucky Blog
We premiered a remix of Brooklyn brother/sister duo Paperwhite’s “Magic” a couple of weeks back and they return with a new sparkling ’80s synth-pop cut “Take Me Back”. Whether in an old John Hughes movie or a modern day teen flick, it would be fit perfectly in the the pivotal turning point or closing scenes. The song captures the romanticism of being young and the heavy emotions that come with it. Spin it below and, for those that lived through the ’80s, get taken back.
Original Nirvana drummer Chad Channing says he would be up for a band reunion
Jul 30, 2014 7:53am | NME
Sticksman also says he is "fine" about not being inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame with his former bandmates
Secret Cinema's 'Back to the Future' run will go ahead
Jul 30, 2014 7:51am | NME
Organisers confirm opening night for Thursday July 31st
This video of David Guetta spaced out at Tomorrowland is everything
Jul 30, 2014 7:47am | Fact Magazine
David Guetta, ladies and gentlemen, captured at the very point during Belgium’s Tomorrowland Festival when he was the most spaced-out man in the country.
We’d like to mock (well, we are mocking, obviously) but let’s face it: we’ve all been caught not looking our sharpest at festivals, it’s just that the cameras usually aren’t focused on us. Sometimes the intensity of the occasion gets a bit too much for all of us.
Here’s the video:
Post by K-MAC.
Secret Garden Party 2014
Jul 30, 2014 7:47am | The Line Of Best Fit
Secret Garden Party offers up a world of musical delights amongst its many boutique Alice In Wonderland-esque distractions.
Andrew Ashong, Falty DL and Manuel Tur play Oval Spaces terrace this Sunday
Jul 30, 2014 7:42am | Fact Magazine
It’s summer, and you know what that means – outdoor parties.
Usually it’s not something we can rely on in dear old Blighty, but this year we’ve been blessed with some actually fantastic weather (shout out to global warming) so the idea of seeing a few of yer fave DJs and live acts on a terrace in London actually seems pretty darned nice.
This Sunday (kicking off new series Terrace Sundae, three artists will be touching down at Oval Space’s terrace, which is billed as “an intimate and secluded outdoor space in the heart of East London.” Theo Parrish acolyte Andrew Ashong will be performing live, and New Yorker Falty DL and Spanish-German Producer Manuel Tur will both be dropping DJ sets – get yourself a drink with an umbrella in it and you’ll be all set.
For more information and tickets head here.
Shy Girls All For Show (Prod. By Jagwar Mas Jono Ma)
Jul 30, 2014 7:40am | StereoGum
Portland’s Shy Girls, aka Dan Vidmar, is best known for his wispy and minimalist bedroom R&B that he showed off on last year’s debut Timeshare EP. His new song — a collaboration with Jagwar Ma’s Jono Ma that was put together for Red Bull Sound Select — is his most aggressive yet, featuring a pulsating ’80s dance rhythm that sees Vidmar channeling his inner Michael Jackson. “I’m not afraid of love/ A little affection never hurt no one/ but I know enough to know this ain’t the one,” is how he starts the song off and he never lets up on the realistically cruel view of lust. “If I would make out with you, I’d never want to see it through/ I would never fall for you.” Listen below.
Londons Corsica Studios to launch open-air venue The Paperworks this Friday
Jul 30, 2014 7:33am | Fact Magazine
Outdoor venue sets up in south London.
Corsica Studios has become one of the most reliable venues in the capital over the past five years or so, offering the finest underground house and techno around like last weekend’s epic eight-hour back-to-back set from Ben UFO and Morphosis, for instance.
This weekend the Elephant & Castle venue is launching a sister site just round the corner called The Paperworks, an open-air space offering music, films, performances, street food and pop-up bars every weekend this summer.
Alongside Corsicas resident club nights and promoters, the likes of NTS Radio, CityScapes, Siobhan Davies Dance, Elefest and Carnaval Del Pueblo will contribute to the programming, and to wash it all down there’ll be Austrian street food from Fleisch Mob and a Japanese whisky and matcha bar from Peckham’s Ali Baba, plus a big range of local craft beers and other temporary pop-ups.
The Paperworks officially opens this Friday from 5-11pm and continues on Saturday and Sunday from midday until 11pm. Keep up to date with what’s planned at the venue via The Paperworks website and Facebook. It’s located five minutes away from Corsica see it on the map.
Watch The Acid in session for Best Fit
Jul 30, 2014 7:30am | The Line Of Best Fit
The minimal-electro power trio cut a smooth take of standout track "Basic Instinct" .
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