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Shabazz Palaces Motion Sickness Video
Oct 18, 2014 2:58pm | StereoGum

For their new music video for “Motion Sickness,” Shabazz Palaces opt for intimacy instead of trying to top the ambitious, sprawling visuals for their recent single, “#CAKE.” It paints a complex, troubling, and sometimes touching portrait of a drug dealer who is struggling with addiction and has a kid to support. A smart and subtle twist at the end hints at some of the art-rap group’s political underpinnings. Watch below.


Shut Up, Dude: This Weeks Best And Worst Comments
Oct 18, 2014 2:29pm | StereoGum

Better late than never, it’s time for this week’s best and worst comments aka a welcome break from reading about Foo Fighters. Here’s what you guys had to say about Ariel Pink, Grimes, Snoop Dogg, Kesha, and more.


Hear New Daphni, Les Sins, Joy Orbison Tracks In Caribous BBC Essential Mix
Oct 18, 2014 2:12pm | StereoGum

Caribou’s Dan Snaith has put out a new BBC Essential Mix that features a bunch of new songs. The new songs include “Carry On” and “Tin” from Snaith’s DJ project Daphni, Les Sins’ “Past” and “Call,” a new untitled Joy Orbison collaboration with Boddika, Anthony Naples’ “Miles,” and Pearson Sound’s “Rubber Tree.” Right now is an exciting time for me, with a new album about to come out and a world tour about to kick off. But it also means I’ll be taking a break from all the DJing I’ve been doing as Daphni over the last few years,” Snaith said about the mix. “So this mix incorporates some of the music I’ve been playing in my DJ sets over the last little while and also some of the music I’ve been making.” Listen to it here.

(via Pitchfork)

Baauer One Touch (Feat. AlunaGeorge)
Oct 18, 2014 2:02pm | StereoGum

Baauer has shared a new collaboration with AlunaGeorge called “One Touch.” The song debuted on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show last night. It was picked from a list of unreleased tracks that Baauer posted on his Facebook earlier this week, telling fans that they could choose one and he would release it. You can listen to it below.


Shabazz Palaces video for Motion Sickness would make a killer HBO show watch
Oct 18, 2014 2:00pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Shabazz Palaces are just as interested in pushing the boundaries of video as they are in music. Case in point: their new video for the Lese Majesty single “Motion Sickness”, which is essentially every great HBO and Showtime series rolled into one convenient four-minute block.

Directed by TEAN, the clip involves a single mother whose gotten herself involved in some sort of drug-running ring, aided in part by a seemingly corrupt police official. There’s also the heart-wrenching side-plot involving her daughter and this freaky cartoon astronaut, with dream sequences of the mother as the way-faring space explorer. Gritty and yet utterly surreal, it’s got The Wire-esque storyline mixed with the heart of, say, Enlightened and a dash of Twin Peaks-ian fantasy.

Sure, it’s not as visually befuddling as the duo’s video for “#CAKE”. But I’ll be damned if I’m not already writing a letter to get Motion Sickness the show on Starz for Fall 2016. Watch it below.

Watch Dave Grohl Relive His First Concert Experience By Bringing Naked Raygun Singer Onstage In Chicago
Oct 18, 2014 1:51pm | StereoGum

Last night, the Foo Fighters performed at a small venue in Chicago called Cubby Bear to celebrate the premiere of their HBO series, Sonic Highways. Dave Grohl told the audience that Cubby Bear was the place that he saw his first concert, which was a Naked Raygun show in 1983. He then proceeded to bring out Naked Raygun frontman Jeff Pezzati to perform their song “Surf Combat,” which Grohl said was the first punk rock single he had ever owned in his life. Watch below.


South Korean safety official commits suicide following K-pop concert tragedy
Oct 18, 2014 1:50pm | Cosequence Of Sound

A South Korean safety official has reportedly committed suicide in the wake of this week’s tragedy at a 4Minute concert in Seongman. Some 16 K-pop fans, many of whom were believed to be pre-adolescent, were killed and another 11 were injured when a grate collapsed, causing the concertgoers to fall down a 65-foot shaft.

According to The Telegraph reports, the body of the 37-year-old official, whose surname was given as Oh, was found early Saturday morning. According to reports, Oh jumped off a building near the site of concert event sometime on Friday, having been recently interrogated by South Korean police and disaster response units. According to one official, the man left a note: “I am sorry for the dead victims … Please take a good care of my children.”

15 other individuals were questioned in regards to the tragredy. As one representative of the police told local news agency Yonhap, “If it turns out that safety regulations were ignored, we would bring criminal charges against them.” Several witnesses have told the South Korean media that there were neither security guards nor safety barricades at the concert, leading to an overflow of spectators making their way onto the nearby gratings.

Professor Chung Jae-Hee of the Seoul National University of Science and Technology, who specializes in safety engineering, told the AFP that this was a “man-made disaster,” adding, “These kind...

Drake proves hes a terrible basketball player watch
Oct 18, 2014 1:20pm | Cosequence Of Sound

It’s a good thing Drake has a successful rap career to fall back on, because his basketball skills are anything but impressive. Last night, the Toronto MC appeared at the Kentucky Wildcats’ Midnight Madness scrimmage, where he took jumpers and ran drills with the team. Per the video below, several of his shots fell well short of the hoop — though, Drake seemed to go with the “Oh, my shoelaces are untied” excuse for at least one of the air balls.

Now, if we could only get Drake and Wale to play each other in a game of one-on-one…

Watch Pearl Jam Debut New Song Moline In Moline, Illinois
Oct 18, 2014 1:01pm | StereoGum

Pearl Jam debuted a new song last night at a concert in Moline, Illinois. According to Eddie Vedder, he wrote the song 10 minutes before the show, which makes sense because the song itself incorporates the small Illinois city into its lyrics. The band also performed their fourth album, No Code, in its entirety during the show, which Vedder said was the first time that they had ever done that. Watch video of “Moline” below.


Foster The People Added To CMJ 2014 Lineup
Oct 18, 2014 12:58pm | CMJ

With only a few days until 1300 artist swarm New York City for CMJ Music Marathon 2014, CMJ has another exciting surprise in store for attendees: Foster The People, who are currently touring behind their sophomore album Supermodel, will make a stop at Manhattans historic United Palace Theatre on Friday, October 24. CMJ badgeholders can cap off their CMJ experience by catching the California pop/rock icons live in concert at the Friday show.

If you havent already, its not too late to snag a badge! See the full schedule and download the CMJ 2014 app for more updates.

The post Foster The People Added To CMJ 2014 Lineup appeared first on CMJ.

Gwen Stefani Baby Dont Lie
Oct 18, 2014 12:45pm | StereoGum

Gwen Stefani is currently working on her third solo album, her first solo output since 2006′s The Sweet Escape and the first new material from her since No Doubt’s 2012 comeback album Push And Shove. “Baby Don’t Lie” is the first single from the record and it was written by Stefani along with Benny Blanco, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder, and Noel Zancanella. The song is set for release on Monday, but it’s leaked early — you can listen to it below.


video: Shabazz Palaces Motion Sickness
Oct 18, 2014 12:30pm | Gorilla Vs Bear

[directed by TEAN // via]

Watch Weird Al Perform Lame Claim To Fame On Craig Ferguson
Oct 18, 2014 12:25pm | StereoGum

Weird Al stopped by Craig Ferguson last night to talk with the late-night host and give a performance of Mandatory Fun track “Lame Claim To Fame,” which is a parody of North Carolina rockabilly band Southern Culture On the Skids. In his pre-performance interview, Yankovic talked about his album cover and poked fun at the fact that his new album was released on vinyl — “you don’t really appreciate the jokes until you hear the scratches on the vinyl.” Watch below.


Pond played Bowery w/ Doctopus & Fascinator (pics + new track stream), play Rough Trade tonight
Oct 18, 2014 12:13pm | Brooklyn Vegan

photos by P Squared Photography

Pond @ Bowery Ballroom 10/17/2014

Australian head trippers Pond will drop their sixth album, Man, It Feels Like Space Again, in January via Modular and you can stream first taste "Waiting Around for Grace" below. North America can get a bigger taste, though, as Pond just started their North American tour with fellow countrymen Doctopus, and are currently halfway through a two-night stay in New York City, having played Bowery Ballroom last night (10/17) with Aussie ex-pat Fascinator on the bill as well. Pics from that show are in this post and the same lineup plays Rough Trade tonight (10/19) and tickets are still available.

Pics of Doctopus (and a stream of their album) and Fascinator, plus more of Pond and their new songs stream, below...

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Watch Foxygens Wild Performance On A Chicago Morning News Show
Oct 18, 2014 12:06pm | StereoGum

Foxygen gave a wild performance on the WGN Morning News show in Chicago yesterday. They played …And Star Power track “Brooklyn Police Station.” Frontman Sam France did a lot of jumping around and some guttural screaming and was joined by three backup dancers who joined in on the fun too. As Pitchfork points out, it’s similar to a performance that Ty Segall gave a few years ago on the same show that left the news anchors shocked. Watch the spirited performance right here.


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