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Ghostface Killah Spends 12 Minutes Annihilating Martin Shkreli On YouTube
Feb 9, 2016 10:32am | StereoGum
The absurd saga of Martin Shkreli and Ghostface Killah has gone somewhere beyond ridiculous into a new twilight zone of insanity. After the Wu-Tang rapper and the parasitic pharmaceutical CEO spent a few days exchanging harsh words online after Shkreli paid $2 million for the sole copy of the Wu-Tang Clan's Once … More »
David Crosby collaborates with Snarky Puppy on new song (listen)
Feb 9, 2016 10:29am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
photo: David Crosby at City Winery in 2014 (more by Greg
David Crosby, the trippiest of the CSNY members, has remained vital well into the 21st century. The past two years have seen him putting out a quality album, revitalizing old classics at live shows, and sticking to his strong opinions on modern music (both positive and negative). He recently became a fan of the Brooklyn instrumental band Snarky Puppy, and now he contributed a song to their new CD/DVD Family Dinner Vol. 2, which comes out this week (2/12).
The song's called "Somebody Home," and it's atmospheric jazzy pop that could've believably come out Croz's early '70s era. The younger Snarky Puppy give it a modern touch though. Check out the video for the song below (via Rolling Stone). Here's a bit of what Croz tells RS about it:
When I was wandering around YouTube looking for music I had not heard yet, I ran into the band Snarky Puppy and loved them immediately. Fine players having a blast playing intelligent, beautifully written compositions that swung hard. I started tweeting about them ... 'OK here's your Snarky Puppy song of the day' or 'Time to get Snarked again' ... and I'd rant about how good they are.
Netflix debuts first trailer for its Full House sequel watch
Feb 9, 2016 10:26am | Cosequence Of Sound
Netflix has finally shared the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Full House sequel, Fuller House. Jodie Sweetin (Stephanie Tanner), Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler), and Candace Cameron Bure (D.J. Tanner-Fuller) appeared on Ellen to share the preview, and you could tell they were just as excited as the fans.
“I love this show so much,” exclaimed a giddy Barber after the preview aired. The girls were all smiles as the nostalgia-rife trailer debuted, and who wouldn’t be? All the “have mercies” and “cut-it-outs” are there. There’s even a “how rude,” though not from the source you might expect. Believe it or not, the trailer manages a few moments of sitcom worthy chuckles without being self-referential, too.
There’s also a plot established, with newly-widowed D.J. struggling to get a handle on being a single mom raising three young boys. When her sister and best friend move in, the family comes together to help D.J. take care of her kids while also taking care of herself. But with Gibbler bringing her own 13-year-old daughter Ramona (Soni Nicole Bringas), and Uncle Jessie (John Stamos), Uncle Joey (Dave Coulier), and dad Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) also in the mix, well, you can see where the show gets its title.
Check out the trailer, plus a brief interview with the three leading ladies, below.
WayHome Festival 2016 Lineup
Feb 9, 2016 10:26am | StereoGum
Ontario's WayHome Music & Arts Festival is back for a second year, and they've got quite the lineup: LCD Soundsystem, Arcade Fire, and the Killers are headlining, and the rest of the roster is rounded out by acts like Major Lazer, M83, Haim, Chvrches, FKA Twigs, Future, Beirut, Mac Demarco, Wolf Parade, Kurt Vile, … More »
4AD indie veterans Belly announce reunion
Feb 9, 2016 10:23am | Fact Magazine
Tanya Donelly’s post-Throwing Muses outfit are getting back together.
Boston indie band Belly are reuniting to play a series of shows and release their first new music in more than 20 years.
A statement on the band’s official website reads: “Belly is very happy to announce that we will be reuniting to play some shows this coming summer in the US and the UK. Dates will be announced as they are confirmed, but right now we can tell you with relative confidence that the UK shows will fall in the middle of July, and US shows will be scattered throughout August and possibly into September.”
They added: “Weve also got a handful of brand new Belly songs in various stages of writing and recording, that well be releasing one by one over the next few months… We are very excited to be playing together again, and hope to see you out there in Summer of 2016!”
Formed by ex-Throwing Muses and Breeders member Tanya Donelly in 1991 (and later featuring L7 bassist Gail Greenwood), Belly released two albums 1993’s Star and 1995’s King on 4AD before their split in 1996. Greenwood will return for the reunion. [via NME]
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Thundercat shares funky new untitled song listen
Feb 9, 2016 10:15am | Cosequence Of Sound
Thundercat recently sat down for an interview with Sydney’s FBi Radio, but brought more than just his thoughts on Erykah Badu and longtime collaborator Flying Lotus. The experimental producer also debuted a previously unheard song.
A slick piece of jazz fusion and funk, the untitled number features guest contributions from Mono/Poly, an electronic artist who previously appeared on Thundercat’s instrumental tribute to the victims of November’s Paris terror attacks. A few minutes into the song and Thundercat can be heard referencing Kendrick Lamar — whose To Pimp A Butterfly masterpiece he extensively worked on — coolly singing, “Bitch, don’t kill my vibe.”
Stream the song here (scroll to the 14:20 mark).
Below, revisit “Them Changes”, from Thundercat’s surprise album, The Beyond/Where the Giants Roam.
listen to Sober's Satin Sheets Vol. 5: Mixtape & Chill
Feb 9, 2016 10:11am | Gorilla Vs Bear
Dallas DJ/producer/luminary Sober drops his annual Valentine's Day gift for lovers: this year's installment of Satin Sheets might be the smoothest yet, featuring classics from Missy, Aaliyah, Janet, Jodeci, and an intro from Dallas' own Erykah Badu...
Disclosure and Rudimental return to curate Brightons Wild Life Festival
Feb 9, 2016 10:10am | Fact Magazine
Ever been to a gig in an airport?
Well, now’s your chance. On Saturday June 11, Wild Life Festival will transform the grounds of Brighton City Airport into a live music-packed festival, with Disclosure and Rudimental both returning to curate the event now in its second year.
Disclosure play the Saturday night on a line-up that also includes Skepta, Busta Rhymes, Annie Mac, DJ EZ, Earth Wind & Fire, Four Tet, Flume, Eats Everything, Ratboy and Julio Bashmore.
Rudimental follow up the next day alongside Ice Cube, Bastille, James Bay, Jack Garratt, Stormzy, Carl Cox, Kaytranada, Pusha T and Todd Terje.
The festival’s Supercharged stage will see something of a grime takeover with Kano, Section Boyz, Preditah, Novelist, Lady Leshurr, Faze Miyake and Logan Sama all on the bill.
Tickets – which completely sold out last year – go on sale Thursday February 11 and are available from the Wild Life website.
The post Disclosure and Rudimental return to curate Brighton’s Wild Life Festival appeared first on FACT Magazine: Music News, New Music..
With Lions x Teri Gender Bender x Omar Rodríguez López I Feel You (Depeche Mode Cover) (Stereogum Premiere)
Feb 9, 2016 10:09am | StereoGum
Omar Rodríguez-López's At The Drive In recently announced a tour and new music. Mexican garage punk duo Le Butcherettes will be joining ATDI on that tour, and Teri Gender Bender is one half of that duo. (She's also in Bosnian Rainbows with Rodríguez-López.) Baltimore's With Lions just dropped their Fast Luck LP last … More »
Banned Books Everything Ill Ever Need (Stereogum Premiere)
Feb 9, 2016 10:08am | StereoGum
Philadelphia noise-rockers Banned Books have given us "a chance to feel the fire in our hearts" with their latest single "Everything I'll Ever Need." It's the second advance track off the group's self-titled debut album following the mad improvisational assault "Fuselage," one of our favorite songs of last week. This latest track alternates … More »
Brenmar She Already Know It (Feat. Beatking, ManMan Savage, & Jeff Chery) Video
Feb 9, 2016 10:06am | StereoGum
The New York dance producer Brenmar released his Award EP last year, and now he's got a new single, a midtempo banger called "She Already Know It" that features Southern rappers Beatking, ManMan Savage, and Jeff Chery. The song's new video, from director Ben Tabas, is a sort of Instagram montage that features … More »
Fake Boyfriend Bumtown (Stereogum Premiere)
Feb 9, 2016 10:04am | StereoGum
Philly trio Fake Boyfriend use familiar sounds and make them feel like revelations. The project began as something of a challenge for the band's members, who each took up a different instrument than they were used to and learned how to play it in order to keep things fresh. They take to their new tools … More »
Wild Nothing announce spring tour dates
Feb 9, 2016 10:00am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Bill Pearis
Wild Nothing's new album, Life of Pause, is out next week and if you haven't checked out the very good singles from the album you can stream those below. They've just announced a North American tour which will hit NYC on May 8 at Webster Hall with Charlie Hilton (of Blouse). Tickets go on sale Friday (2/12) at noon.
Charlie Hilton, who also has a new album on Captured Tracks,
will also open for Mac DeMarco when he plays Webster Hall (sold
out) just a few days after Wild Nothing. All Wild Nothing tour
dates are listed below....
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Australia's Methyl Ethel touring around SXSW, playing Levitation Chicago, Treefort fest, NYC & other shows
Feb 9, 2016 9:58am | Brooklyn Vegan
photo: Meryl Ethel BV-CMJ 2015 (more by Amanda
Australian psych-rockers Methyl Ethel are coming back to the US during their upcoming tour, which includes festivals Levitation Chicago, Treefort Music Fest, and SXSW. They'll also stop by NYC for a show at Baby's All Right on March 10 with Cotillon, and Violent Video. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
All known tour dates are listed below...
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Happy Birthday To Enter The Public Domain
Feb 9, 2016 9:57am | StereoGum
In 1893, a kindergarten principal named Patty Smith Hill and her pianist sister Mildred Hill wrote "Happy Birthday," also known as "Happy Birthday To You." It went on to become an American standard, one of those songs everybody can sing along to in their sleep, but the Hill sisters never published or copyrighted the song. More »
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