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X is back with Billy Zoom, touring in August (BrooklynVegan presenting NYC show w/ presale)
Apr 26, 2016 12:07pm | Brooklyn Vegan
LA punk icons X have just announced that guitarist Billy Zoom, who has been battling cancer, is back in the band. Great news! With the original lineup of the band back in action, they'll be heading out on the Re-Zoomed tour in August, "playing all of your favorite X songs...
Buenos Aires Suspends Electronic Music Festivals After Five Deaths
Apr 26, 2016 12:01pm | StereoGum
Following the death of five people from drug overdoses during the Time Warp festival a few weeks ago, Buenos Aries has effectively put a ban on electronic music festivals in the Argentinian capital by ceasing to issue permits for such events. The Associated Press reports that Buenos Aires mayor Horacio Rodriguez Larreta … More »
new Yumi Zouma Barricade (Matter of Fact)
Apr 26, 2016 12:00pm | Gorilla Vs Bear
Yumi Zouma follows up their glorious new single "Keep It Close To Me" with the lovely, tone-setting opening track -- and the group's first truly collaborative song -- from their debut full-length Yoncalla, out May 27th via Cascine...
Bayside, The Menzingers & Sorority Noise announce tour
Apr 26, 2016 11:49am | Brooklyn Vegan
Bayside will release their seventh album Vacancy on August 19, and they've announced a tour with two pretty awesome openers: The Menzingers and Sorority Noise...
Watch: Fraea Criminal
Apr 26, 2016 11:49am | CMJ
With desirous vocals and misty production that recall ’90s lady light Dido, Minneapolis duo Fraea is perfect music for slowly waking up to. And so’s this brand new video for “Criminal” from the band’s debut EP, Bend Your Bones. Breezes blow through windows, curtains billow, a cat lazily lays, lights start to flicker, and singer […]
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Princes sister says he had no known will, files paperwork to be his executor
Apr 26, 2016 11:47am | Fact Magazine
New information about Prince’s life surfaces in the wake of his death.
The interest in Princes will after his unexpected death last week has been profound, but AP has reported that his sister says he had no known will. She has filed paperwork to become the executor of his estate.
The cause of Prince’s death is still unknown and the toxicology report will not be in for two more weeks. He was cremated over the weekend at a private ceremony with his family. It has been reported he had stayed awake and worked for six days before he passed away.
Read next: Prince was the baddest motherfucker on the planet
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Prince had no will, according to his sister
Apr 26, 2016 11:40am | Cosequence Of Sound
Princes death caught the entire world off guard — including the musician himself. According to his sister, Tyka Nelson, Prince had no known will at the time of his death, making for a potentially complex and contentious fight over his massive fortune and bank vault of unreleased material.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nelson has filed paperwork asking to be appointed executor of his estate. In documents filed Tuesday in Carver County probate court in Minneapolis, Nelson said immediate action is necessary in order to manage Prince’s business interests.
Prince was married twice, but both ended in divorce. He had no children, and both his parents are deceased. Tyka Nelson is his only living sibling.
Duchess Says releasing 'Sciences Nouvelles' (listen to "Negative Thoughts")
Apr 26, 2016 11:37am | Brooklyn Vegan
The Montreal band will also be touring Canada this spring.
TCM and Criterion want you to stream great movies on FilmStruck
Apr 26, 2016 11:32am | Cosequence Of Sound
It’s funny. The other day I was helping my mother-in-law set up all the various accounts she can stream movies and content from — you know, networks like Netflix, HBO Go, Hulu, Amazon Prime? “Oh my god, there are so many of them,” she said. I nodded and basically said, “Yeah, but now you can never miss anything.”
Well, as we all know, there’s always something to miss, and any cinephile can tell you there’s been a great hole in quality classic films when it comes to streaming. While Netflix will always have Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey, they’re probably missing iconic works like La Strada. That’s where FilmStruck will come into play.
Turner Classic Movies and Criterion Collection have united for another new subscription-based streaming service. Together, they’ll offer over hundreds of critically acclaimed works from both independent and major studios, from the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple to Akira Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai. What’s more, zero ads.
You can stop salivating.
FilmStruck is a terrific example of our strategy to meet consumer demand for great content across all screens, Turner chief executive John Martin wrote in a statement. Its tailor-made for the die-hard movie enthusiast that crave a deep, intimate experience with independent, foreign, and art house films. And it takes advantage of TCMs powerful ...
NOW HEAR THIS: Odonis Odonis want to know how you feel in your skin
Apr 26, 2016 11:16am | Chart Attack
Now Hear This is a daily dive into the standout songs of the day. Today, perfection makes Odonis Odonis nervous, Ice Cream celebrate shiny things, and Hamilton's Born Wrong launch an 11-song barrage.
Odonis Odonis, "Nervous"
The last two times I saw Odonis Odonis, they covered the Nitzer Ebb EBM standard "Join in the Chant." Bandleader Dean Tzenos once gave us a primer on industrial. It seems disingenuous to simply call them a Toronto post-punk band any longer. "Nervous," their latest, bows deeper to those darker electronic impulses. The track traces the dissonance between how we see ourselves and how we wish to present ourselves to others, the band tells The FADER, especially regarding the way our digital resources have augmented that disharmony. It is a conflict between immaterial notions of perfection and the flesh, which feels inherently flawed.
Odonis Odonis' Post Plague is out June 17 on Telephone Explosion and felte.
Ice Cream, "Veronica"
Transmitted overtop the mechanical rhythm and machine noise of a factory floor, Toronto post-punk duo Ice Cream have penned a love song to an automaton. The titular Veronica is "a gleaming queen from her toes to her neck," "a perfect little shell" with "nothing interesting to tell." And still maybe because of that we're enchanted. It is a celebration of surfaces; it is about the admiration of form. Whether that...
Levitation festival will stream live in 360 this weekend
Apr 26, 2016 11:15am | Brooklyn Vegan
They're streaming sets from Animal Collective, Courtney Barnett, Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Black Angels, Ty Segall & the Muggers, Royal Trux, Thurston Moore Band, Black Mountain, Uncle Acid, Parquet Courts, and more
Stream Zealotry The Last Witness
Apr 26, 2016 11:07am | StereoGum
Death metal: the purest form of extreme metal, the least friendly to new listeners, the final destination of any true metallic journey (at least f...
Todays MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 4/26/16
Apr 26, 2016 11:02am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35! Also, available anytime via OnDemand online and via the app.
Sheila E – The Glamorous Life
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