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mp3: Chromatics The River (8 track version)
Nov 23, 2014 8:00pm | Gorilla Vs Bear


John Cale has created the worlds first drone orchestra watch the documentary
Nov 23, 2014 7:51pm | Fact Magazine

Cale’s flying symphony is the first of its kind.

Former Velvet Underground lynchpin John Cale teamed with Australian speculative architect Liam Young to create a performance entitled LOOP>>60Hz: Transmissions from the Drone Orchestra. After two years searching for the right venue, the performance took place at The Barbican in London and featured flying drones as musical instruments.

The fleet of drones, each adorned with elaborate costumes, flew around the venue and and spread Cale’s voice, different audio tracks and their own motor sounds over the audience. According to Cale, the show represented ”a collaboration between airborne architecture and music.”

“It took a long time to find the right venue,” said Cale’s collaborator Liam Young. “Putting these technologies above people’s heads that are really violent; they spin at extraordinary speeds. These propellers are gonna take someone’s head off if you let them. It required someone with some vision and some bravery to let us attempt it. And it really is the first time that these things have been flown above the heads of an audience.”

The Creators Project prepared a short documentary that provides an insight into how the performance came together. You can stream the documentary below.



Watch Taylor Swifts American Music Awards 2014 Performance
Nov 23, 2014 7:39pm | StereoGum

The American Music Awards are being held in Los Angeles tonight with host Pitbull. Taylor Swift opened up the show with the live debut of her new single “Blank Space.” On Twitter before the show, Swift promised that it was “gonna be crazy. No like, actually crazy.” Judge for yourself. Watch all of the performances below.

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Watch American Music Awards 14 Performances From Taylor Swift, Lorde, Nicki Minaj, Charli XCX, & More
Nov 23, 2014 7:39pm | StereoGum

The American Music Awards are being held in Los Angeles tonight with host Pitbull. Taylor Swift opened up the show with the live debut of her new single “Blank Space.” On Twitter before the show, Swift promised that it was “gonna be crazy. No like, actually crazy.” Judge for yourself. Charli XCX did a medley of “Boom Clap” and “Break The Rules” and brought out some goth-inspired background dancers. Lorde performed her Hunger Games song “Yellow Flicker Beat” on live TV for the first time. Sam Smith and A$AP Rocky did “I’m Not The Only One” and the Weeknd came out with Ariana Grande for “Love Me Harder.” Waka Flocka Flame did a weed-themed commercial for throat drops. Lil Wayne debuted a new track with Christina Milian and Nicki Minaj performed her new single “Bed Of Lies” with Skylar Grey. Swift was handed the first ever Dick Clark Award For Excellence by Diana Ross. See performances plus the winners list below, and check out pictures above.

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Peep This irresistible collaboration from Funkadelic and Soul Clap
Nov 23, 2014 6:39pm | Fact Magazine

Cross-generational funk for your soul.

Following a year of groundwork, Soul Clap flew Parliament/Funkadelic leader George Clinton to Miami’s Red Bull Studios in May of last year for a three day recording session. The session proved to be fruitful, with two tracks (First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate and In Da Kar) included on the upcoming Funkadelic album.

Sould Clap Records will simultaneously release two ‘EFUNK’ remixes of the collaborations along with ‘Peep This,’ a bonus cut from the recording session. ‘Peep This’ features P-Funk engineer G Koop on bass and is produced by Nick Monaco.

Speaking to Gilles Peterson, Soul Clap said of the collaborations, “were so honoured to officially release these dancefloor funk jams to the world. Getting Clintons blessing and musical participation has legitimized our EFUNK movement and opened a new chapter in the Soul Claps sound.”

You can stream ‘Peep This’ below.


Peep this irresistible collaboration from Funkadelic and Soul Clap
Nov 23, 2014 6:39pm | Fact Magazine

Cross-generational funk for your soul.

Following a year of groundwork, Soul Clap flew Parliament/Funkadelic leader George Clinton to Miami’s Red Bull Studios in May of last year for a three day recording session. The session proved to be fruitful, with two tracks (First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate and In Da Kar) included on the upcoming Funkadelic album.

Sould Clap Records will simultaneously release two ‘EFUNK’ remixes of the collaborations along with ‘Peep This,’ a bonus cut from the recording session. ‘Peep This’ features P-Funk engineer G Koop on bass and is produced by Nick Monaco.

Speaking to Gilles Peterson, Soul Clap said of the collaborations, “were so honoured to officially release these dancefloor funk jams to the world. Getting Clintons blessing and musical participation has legitimized our EFUNK movement and opened a new chapter in the Soul Claps sound.”

You can stream ‘Peep This’ below.


Peep This, an irresistible collaboration from Funkadelic and Soul Clap
Nov 23, 2014 6:39pm | Fact Magazine

Cross-generational funk for your soul.

Following a year of groundwork, Soul Clap flew Parliament/Funkadelic leader George Clinton to Miami’s Red Bull Studios in May of last year for a three day recording session. The session proved to be fruitful, with two tracks (First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate and In Da Kar) included on the upcoming Funkadelic album.

Sould Clap Records will simultaneously release two ‘EFUNK’ remixes of the collaborations along with ‘Peep This,’ a bonus cut from the recording session. ‘Peep This’ features P-Funk engineer G Koop on bass and is produced by Nick Monaco.

Speaking to Gilles Peterson, Soul Clap said of the collaborations, “were so honoured to officially release these dancefloor funk jams to the world. Getting Clintons blessing and musical participation has legitimized our EFUNK movement and opened a new chapter in the Soul Claps sound.”

You can stream ‘Peep This’ below.


Stream Peep This, an irresistible collaboration from Funkadelic and Soul Clap
Nov 23, 2014 6:39pm | Fact Magazine

Cross-generational funk for your soul.

Following a year of groundwork, Soul Clap flew Parliament/Funkadelic leader George Clinton to Miami’s Red Bull Studios in May of last year for a three day recording session. The session proved to be fruitful, with two tracks (First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate and In Da Kar) included on the upcoming Funkadelic album.

Soul Clap Records will simultaneously release two ‘EFUNK’ remixes of the collaborations along with ‘Peep This,’ a bonus cut from the recording session. ‘Peep This’ features P-Funk engineer G Koop on bass and is produced by Nick Monaco.

Speaking to Gilles Peterson, Soul Clap said of the collaborations, “were so honoured to officially release these dancefloor funk jams to the world. Getting Clintons blessing and musical participation has legitimized our EFUNK movement and opened a new chapter in the Soul Claps sound.”

You can stream ‘Peep This’ below.


Gwen Stefani Spark The Fire
Nov 23, 2014 6:13pm | StereoGum

Gwen Stefani’s third solo album is set to be released next month (though no date has been announced yet) and she’s shared the follow-up to lead single “Baby Don’t Lie.” It’s a Pharrell-produced track called “Spark The Fire,” which the producer previewed during his set at the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival earlier this month. Listen below.

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Killer Mike shares mixtape of forgotten freestyles, stream Sunday Morning Massacres
Nov 23, 2014 6:01pm | Fact Magazine

Killer Mike opens up the archives.

In 2008, Killer Mike put together a regular series of freestyles known as Sunday Morning Massacres. DJ Greg Street has compiled eighteen of the freestyles for the Sunday Morning Massacres mixtape, unveiled earlier today.

Killer Mike delivers his typically fiery bars over instrumentals originally popularised by the likes of The Game, Young Jeezy and Jay-Z, interspersed with a handful of skits.

Whilst the lyrical depth we have come to expect from the Run The Jewels rapper remains present, the mixtape highlights the progression Killer Mike has made in the six or so years since originally delivering his Sunday Morning Massacres.

You can stream Sunday Morning Massacres below.

[via Pitchfork]


Josef Salvat Backstage with Best Fit
Nov 23, 2014 5:05pm | The Line Of Best Fit
The Sydney-born, London-based singer-songwriter behind the scenes in London by Victor Frankowski.>

James Blake hopes new album will feature Kanye West, could be out in about five months
Nov 23, 2014 4:39pm | Fact Magazine

Blake says he is “70 per cent done” with his third studio album. 

James Blake has been hard at work on his third LP, revealing to the Miami New Times that the album should be out in “about five months.” Blake also confirmed that he has been working alongside Kanye West, and he hopes to have West feature on the album.

“I have a lot of respect for [Kanye], for what he has been releasing for years,” said Blake. “We havent done a great deal of work in the same room yet, but weve done a few things, kind of helped each other with our own music. In terms of the actual collaboration for this record, it looks like we should be able to get something done. I know that theres a specific song I would like him to be on, and if he can do that by the time my record comes out, that would be fantastic.”

Discussing his approach to the album as a whole, Blake said, I’m working hard and doing my bestI’m aware that people want to hear this record, so I’m not being complacent. I should hope that [the new album] will be a step on, as much as the second one was to the first. I guess Ive taken a focus on the songwriting again, even more closely, and Im dabbling in some different production techniques, things Ive developed.

A lot of things have changed in my life since the last record, and overall for ...


New study reveals Americas movie viewing habits
Nov 23, 2014 1:50pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Despite the relative hassle of going to a movie theater these days — chattering audiences, crinkling candy wrappers, ridiculous ticket prices and even more ridiculous concession costs — most of us still enjoy going out and seeing a flick every now and then. In fact, Google recently teamed with Millward Brown Digital in a study (via The Playlist) that found 68% of Americans (i.e. those in the US) and Canadians saw a movie in theaters last year. That’s a staggering 228.7 million people, 11% of whom went twice a month.

But knowing how many people go to the movies begs the question: What does it take to get people into seats? For some, it’s as simple as a name or an association; I, for example, can tell you exactly what movie I’m going to be seeing on July 6th, 2018. But, apparently I’m an exception.

According to Google/MBD’s data, 70% of moviegoers don’t actually choose the movie they’ll see until they’re at the theater. What’s more, what they actually choose depends on a number of factors. Those who pick comedies are drawn in by the cast, action fans look at the director, and horror lovers seem to care more about convenient showtimes than who’s doing the hacking and slashing. Not that these folks go to their local AMC without knowing at least what’s out there, of course. 4 out of 5 moviegoers will use YouTube to learn about a film, with 39% most...


Death by Audio, RIP (Lightning Bolt, A Place to Bury Strangers, JEFF the Brotherhood & Grooms were the last bands to play)
Nov 23, 2014 1:10pm | Brooklyn Vegan

DbA's Edan Wilbur crowdsurf's during Lightning Bolt / APTBS / aftermath

Brooklyn DIY showspace Death by Audio closed out its seven-year existence on Saturday (11/22) with headliners Lightning Bolt, old pals JEFF the Brotherhood, as well as A Place to Bury Strangers and Grooms. We've got a proper set of pictures from the finale on the way, but a few cameraphone shots and instagrams are in this post.

Death by Audio, you'll really be missed. More pics below...

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Buraka Som Sistema: Live and Backstage
Nov 23, 2014 11:50am | Fact Magazine

FACT TV went backstage with Buraka Som Sistema at Heaven last month. With Branko on a Novation Ultranova synth and Riot on drums we take a look at the build up to the energy fuelled show

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