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Hamilton Leithauser Room For Forgiveness
Nov 21, 2014 8:42am | StereoGum

The former Walkmen frontman Hamilton Leithauser released his debonair, lived-in solo debut Black Hours earlier this year, and it was really, really good. This morning, Leithauser shared a new non-album song called “Room For Forgiveness,” previously available on a tour-only 7″. It’s an emotional, sozzled number, with backing vocals that push it into straight-up drinking-song territory. Leithauser’s voice remains an absolute wonder, and he really uncorks it toward the end of this one. It’s a really good song, and you can listen to it below.


tix on sale: Decemberists, Fat White Family, Hold Steady, The Pop Group, Swervedriver, Helmet, Hundred Waters & more
Nov 21, 2014 8:41am | Brooklyn Vegan

Tickets for the !!! (chk chk chk) show with Prince Rama at Knitting Factory on NYE go on sale today at 10AM.

Tickets for the two Fat White Family shows at Baby's All Right go on sale today at 10AM.

Tickets for the Washed Out DJ set at Brooklyn Bowl on New Year's Eve go on sale today at 10 AM.

Tickets for The Decemberists show with Alvvays at Beacon Theatre go on sale today at 11AM.

Tickets for the John Mulaney show at Carnegie Hall go on sale today at 11AM.

Tickets for the added The Hold Steady show at MHOW go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the The Dodos show at MHOW go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the The Church shows at Bowery Ballroom and Rough Trade go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Two Gallants shows at Mercury Lounge and Rough Trade go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the The Pop Group show at Bowery Ballroom go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Swervedriver show at MHOW go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the The Punch Brothers show at Beacon Theatre go on sale today at noon.

Tickets to see Helmet play Betty at Bowery Ballroom and Saint Vitus go on sale today at noon.

Tickets for the Hundred Waters show at MHOW go on sale today at noon. Their...

Cold War Kids perform All This Could Be Yours on Conan watch
Nov 21, 2014 8:35am | Cosequence Of Sound

Cold War Kids hit late night for the first time in support of their fifth full-length, Hold My Home, with an appearance on last night’s episode of Conan. The Long Beach, California rockers performed “All This Could Be Yours”, which you can replay below.

The band has a few US shows scheduled to close out the year, but won’t embark on a full-fledged American outing until late January. Check out their full tour itinerary here.

Washed Out schedules DJ dates, including NYC on NYE
Nov 21, 2014 8:32am | Brooklyn Vegan

Washed Out at Governors Ball 2014 (more by Amanda Hatfield)

While many from his genre have faded away, Washed Out is still riding those chill waves and will be doing some DJ dates this December including NYC on New Year's Eve at Brooklyn Bowl. Tickets for this chance to dance your way into the new year with Ernest Greene and his selection of jams go on sale at 10 AM today (11/21).

All dates are listed below...

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Listen to Sun Kil Moons The Possum, featuring ex-Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley
Nov 21, 2014 8:29am | Fact Magazine

Mark Kozelek returns with a song about… dead possums.

Sun Kil Moon, backed by ex-Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, has released ‘The Possum’, due out December 1 on his Caldo Verde imprint. Subject matter aside, the nine-minute song is certainly refreshing after his juvenile, one-sided feud with indie rockers War on Drugs.

Stream ‘The Possum’ below and read Maya Kalev’s review of Kozelek’s gobsmacking Benji LP. [via Stereogum]

Sun Kil Moon premieres new single The Possum listen
Nov 21, 2014 8:25am | Cosequence Of Sound

Lest we all forget, Mark Kozelek (aka Sun Kil Moon) does record music that doesnt involve slamming the bejesus out of The War On Drugs. Next month, Kozelek will follow-up the excellent Benji LP with a new, nine-minute single called “The Possum”.

Featuring former Sonic Youth drummer Steve Shelley, the song is equal parts ballad and literary narrative, an intense and winding journey through the various stories and reactions one could expect upon finding a dead possum in the road. A decidedly hokey gimmick for sure, but Kozeleks subtle choices, from the range of emotions explored to the undulating piano line, make this a deeply gripping experience.

Heres an idea, Mr. Kozelek: if you really want to call someone out for being creatively inferior, do it with songs like this and not ones involving bad oral sex jokes. Listen in below.

“The Possum” will be available December 1st via Kozeleks own Caldo Verde imprint.

Read Dean Essner’s essay on Sun Kill Moon, The War on Drugs, and the horse race towards album of the year.

Watch Metallica Play Enter Sandman On The Late Late Show
Nov 21, 2014 8:15am | StereoGum

Last night, Metallica played the fourth night of their five-night residency on Craig Ferguson’s not-long-for-this-world Late Late Show. They’d been busy the three previous three nights, running through “Hit The Lights,” “Fuel,” and the great “For Whom The Bell Tolls.” Last night, they trotted out arguably their best-known song, the 1991 anthem “Enter Sandman.” That is a pretty rude song to play to a bunch of television viewers who are trying not to fall asleep! But the performance pretty much ruled, and it’s still fun to watch James Hetfield doing the evil-laughter thing a couple of decades later. Watch it below.


Joyce Manor Tame
Nov 21, 2014 8:14am | StereoGum

Joyce Manor’s Never Hungover Again is a riotously fun record that deals with some insanely depressing shit, and that carries over to “Tame,” a heartily improved version of “See How Tame I Can Be,” an older track that first appeared on their sophomore album Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired. It’s a rip-roaring track that burns out just as soon as it kicks in and contains some great cutting lyrics like, “See how tame I can be; in the reflection I watch myself watching TV/ And it’s too much to take and so I say to myself, ’I never told you that I loved you because I don’t.’” The track is on a new split 7″ with San Pedro punks Toys That Kill. Listen below.


PAN announces another gritty Black Sites 12 from Hamburgs Helena Hauff and F#X
Nov 21, 2014 8:13am | Fact Magazine

The Golden Pudel residents line up a sequel to last year’s 12″.

Hamburg’s Helena Hauff and F#X were supposed to release their second collaboration back in April, but for whatever reason we’re finally getting hold of the latest Black Sites 12″ just in time for Christmas.

Leading with the abrasive ‘Unit 2669′, which pairs a gamelan-esque pitched percussion melody with ominous whirring drones to spectacularly banging effect, the two-track is completed by ‘’, or ‘Moscow’.

Hear the lead track in the player and nab the 12″ from PAN  who’ve had another very good year with strong records from Objekt, Valerio Tricoli and others on December 15. The release coincides with a solo 12″ from Hauff on Lux Rec, ‘Shatter Cone’. [via JunoPlus]

Band Aid 30 probably wont make Christmas number one after all
Nov 21, 2014 8:13am | Fact Magazine

Bob Geldof may have dug deep in his celebrity phonebook (and, judging by vlogger Zoella’s involvement, the Related Videos tab on Youtube) for Band Aid 30, but it doesn’t seem to have got him Christmas number one.

The charity single, which features some of pop’s biggest names (but was also knocked back by Adele and Ghanian superstar Fuse ODG, who criticised Geldof’s portrayal of Africa in an op ed earlier this week), is currently behind the as-yet-to-be-named X Factor winner on both William Hill and Paddy Power.

According to a William Hill spokesman, Band Aid 30′s sales have been “slightly lower than expected”.

Granted, the X Factor winner’s single will be released much closer to Christmas, giving it a a significant advantage, but if we can’t take pleasure in a minor festive kick to the teeth of Geldof, Smith, Zoella and co then is it really Christmas time at all?

Read FACT’s interview with Fuse ODG, and vote for a real song to be Christmas number one here.

Metallica rip through Enter Sandman for Late Late Show residency watch
Nov 21, 2014 8:10am | Cosequence Of Sound

Thursday evening was noche numero cuatro of Metallicas Late Late Show residence as they say “adios” to outgoing host Craig Ferguson. The week has already seen the metal mavens perform Hit the Lights, Fuel”, and “For Whom The Bell Tolls”. Last night, they delivered their biggest hit: “Enter Sandman”. Check out the replay below.

Four down, one to go.

Watch Johnny Flynn perform Detectorists in session for Best Fit
Nov 21, 2014 8:00am | The Line Of Best Fit
Watch the actor and indie-folk troubadour perform BBC Four drama theme song 'Detectorists' in session>

Watch Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars SNL Promos With Cameron Diaz
Nov 21, 2014 7:59am | StereoGum

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars will perform their new single “Uptown Funk” on Saturday Night Live this weekend and NBC has released the promos for the show which feature the two of them going head-to-head with host Cameron Diaz. They do some Nardwuar-esque awkward still posing and Diaz gets frustrated with them for not saying anything funny. No one gets a piggyback ride, but they’re okay. You can watch below.


Bryan Ferry - Avonmore
Nov 21, 2014 7:59am | Drowned In Sound

Earlier this week, the Indian opening batsman Rohit Sharma scored a scarcely believable 264 runs from 173 balls in a one-day international cricket match against Sri Lanka. Studiously ignoring the Indians successful approach of having a big-hitter at the top of the order, England are poised to go into a seven-match series against the same opponents at the end of this month with the plodding, slow-scoring captain Alastair Cook occupying the same position as Sharma in the batting order. Its a painfully English approach, one that they have by and large stuck to throughout the history of one-day cricket, with the odd experiment with a pinch-hitter opening, in the face of the wider game evolving constantly. Time goes on and the world keeps turning.

The last album to bear Bryan Ferrys name was The Jazz Age. The former Roxy Music frontman was scarcely involved, as The Bryan Ferry Orchestra played out lounge jazz renditions of some of his best-known works. It was a surprising addition to his canon and one that played out far more successfully than we might have expected. Now Ferry returns with Avonmore, a slick album that sounds as though The Jazz Age never happened. Hell, it sounds as though music since 1982 never happened.

This is where my cricket analogy falls short, because although Avonmore is as Eighties as the bastard offspring of Dancing in the Dark and Arnies Commando the album covers font is ident...

Heres The Cool Cover Of Death Grips Government Plates Record Store Day Vinyl
Nov 21, 2014 7:40am | StereoGum

Death Grips may have broken up, but they still have a few things coming out: there’s Jenny Death — the second half of the double album The Powers That B — which still doesn’t have a release date yet, and there’s a vinyl edition of the group’s 2013 album Government Plates, which is coming out as a part of Record Store Day’s Black Friday event. The artwork for the new Government Plates reissue has been unveiled via Reddit — it features the original artwork covered up by some 3-D renderings of items like a pill bottle and a grenade.


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