3WK.COM optimized for
Chrome, Firefox, IE, and Safari
Support 3WK - Make A Donation Or Become A Member Today
3WK member access
Read The Lastest Music News/Reviews
Listen: Little Dragons infectious new song Let Go
Apr 22, 2014 11:00am | Cosequence Of Sound
Little Dragon have broken off another piece of their new album, Nabuma Rubberband, due out May 13th via Loma Vista. Whereas “Klapp Klapp” stirred up the hypnotics and “Paris” got its groove on, “Let Go” is a slick and sweeping R&B-tinged pop cut. With synths bubbling up surreptitiously and the beat weaving an entrancing pitter-patter pattern, the track’s atmospherics ultimately serve as the perfect backdrop for Yukimi Nagano’s all-consuming chorus. Listen in below and let “Let Go” whisk you away.
Nabuma Rubberband Tracklist:
In support, the band will tour the U.S. this spring.
Little Dragon 2014 Tour Dates:
Museum Mouth releasing a new LP (stream new song, "Drool")
Apr 22, 2014 10:59am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
Southport, NC's Museum Mouth churn out lo-fi Superchunk/Archers of Loaf-style indie rock, but the first thing you'll notice is probably vocalist Karl Kuehn, whose voice is somewhere between a nasally whine and an angsty shout. The way it comes in on new single "Drool" is jarring, and can even be a little off-putting at first. But indie rock has always been a place for unpolished, untrained vocalists to shine, and throughout the course of "Drool"'s 2+ minutes, Kuehn starts to do just that. Check it out for yourself -- the track premieres in this post and can be streamed below.
"Drool" will appear on Museum Mouth's upcoming third album, Alex I Am Nothing, which comes out on May 27 via Self Aware Records (pre-order). Album artwork, tracklist, and a trailer video, along with the new song stream, below. The band also play hometown festival Hopscotch this year.
Continue reading "Museum Mouth releasing a new LP (stream new song, "Drool")" at brooklynvegan
Run The Jewels Working With Zack De La Rocha, Travis Barker On LP2
Apr 22, 2014 10:57am | StereoGum
One of the magical things about Run The Jewels, the free-online album that El-P and Killer Mike made together last year, was how sui generis it was — two snarling rap dudes with disparate backgrounds but similar ideas coming together, shutting out all outside influences, and coming up with some of the meanest and funnest and most immediate music they could conjure. That first album only had a couple of outside guests: A verse from Mike’s old OutKast mentor Big Boi, a quick string of absurdist come-ons from De La Soul producer Prince Paul, nothing else. El and Mike have been working on a Run The Jewels follow-up for a whole, and from the looks of things, it won’t be quite so free of outside influence. In fact, a couple of bona fide rock stars might be helping out on it.
Todays MOKB on SIRIUS XMU Blog Radio Playlist : 4/22/14
Apr 22, 2014 10:49am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Here’s the playlist from today’s My Old Kentucky Blog Radio on SIRIUS XMU, Channel 35!
Tune in to channel 35 on either SIRIUS or XM at Noon ET or 12am ET/9pm PST each and every Tuesday! For mobile and online users, be sure to look for us in the on demand section!
VEGA – No Reasons
Xosar to make UK live debut at Rush Hour loft party in London
Apr 22, 2014 10:49am | Fact Magazine
It’s hard to believe that since leaving the USA behind and taking up residence in the Netherlands, synthesizer fetishist Xosar has never actually performed in the UK.
Well that’s all about to change – on Friday May 2 she’s set to take center stage at the Reviveher Rush Hour Loft Party, at Studio Who. She’s not coming alone either, Rush Hour founder Antal will be in tow, as will Amsterdam’s San Proper, making it a proper family affair.
It’s the perfect chance to get to clap eyes on Xosar before the imminent release of her debut album – due some time this year – so you should know what to do.
Space is extremely limited (with it being a loft party, and all) so tickets are recommended, and can be purchased here.
Listen: Portugal. The Mans endangered song Sumatran Tiger
Apr 22, 2014 10:45am | Cosequence Of Sound
If you’re still reeling from Sunday’s combination of 4:20 and Easter, today is actually Earth Day. In celebration of our big, blue planet’s continued prosperity, Portugal. The Man has teamed up with the Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute to raise awareness of endangered Sumatran tigers. To do so, the band’s released something called an “endangered song.”
Just what kind of hippie nonsense is an “endangered song,” you ask? (No doubt while chopping down a tree or starting a tire fire.) The aptly titled “Sumatran Tiger” exists solely as 400 (for the number of remaining tigers) 7-inch singles, which will degrade after a certain number of uses. The song, which was sent out to “carefully chosen influencers, among them actors, activists, musicians, conservationists, bloggers and journalists,” will “go extinct unless it’s reproduced.” The band’s encouraging fans to “scour the Internet” and use the hashtags #endangeredsong and #sumatrantiger to track it down. Also, pretty sure they don’t mean “put on eBay for $250,” but that’s just a guess.
While a song named after this beast should invoke the fury of speed metal, Portugal’s crafted a slow-burning psych-rock anthem, full of sweltering guitar solos slinking through a sonic jungle of lasery studio effects, layers of lush falsetto harmonie...
Watch An Action-Packed Clip From Loiter Squad Season 3
Apr 22, 2014 10:43am | StereoGum
Odd Future’s sketch-comedy show Loiter Squad has been going strong for a few years now on Adult Swim. The third season of the show will be out this spring, and they’ve just shared a new teaser. Beginning with Tyler and the other members of Loiter Squad (which includes Earl Sweatshirt now) in a restaurant, it quickly breaks out into action-packed insanity for no explainable reason. It doesn’t make any sense, but you get to see Blake from Workaholics shoot a flamethrower, so it’s hard to complain. At they end they also announce a live Q&A the band will hold tomorrow morning on their Facebook page. Watch it below.
Islands & Idiot Glee Are You Sleeping? (Harry Nilsson Cover)
Apr 22, 2014 10:43am | StereoGum
Harry Nilsson is one of those musicians whose influence far outstrips his fame. His music feels like a sacred trust among the initiated, which is why you’re just as likely to hear famous musicians covering his songs as to stumble upon one of his original recordings. The latest Nilsson tribute comes from Islands’ Nick Diamonds and Idiot Glee’s James Friley, who teamed up on a rendition of “Are You Sleeping” from the 1971 animated film The Point. These two indie-pop auteurs have their own well-developed personal styles, but they treat this one with extreme reverence because the original is just that good. Listen below.
Menzingers Rented World
Apr 22, 2014 10:42am | CMJ
It seems like a rule for Scranton, PA-based rockers the
Menzingers not to mince words. They’re a group that aims to
say exactly what they mean, whether it’s an admittance that
they know when they’re going to fuck up, or claiming that
they simply dont want to be assholes anymore. The Menzingers have
grown up considerably since their inception in 2006. Each album has
been a slight departure from the last, cleaning up, tweaking and
honing in on their sound. Between 2012s On The Impossible
Past and Rented World, it feels like the band
has gotten comfortable with who they are. Their lyrics of
heartbreak, being pissed off and the eventual willingness to admit
when they make mistakes has made us feel all the while, theyve just
gotten better at saying it.
White Lung Snake Jaw
Apr 22, 2014 10:35am | StereoGum
The first song we heard off White Lung’s forthcoming Deep Fantasy, “Drown With The Monster,” was an unrelenting, ass-kicking noise/hardcore burner. The new “Snake Jaw” finds the band in much more melodic territory, with no drop-off in intensity. It’s not hard to hear hints of Hole’s Live Through This here, especially in frontwoman Mish Way’s sneering, snarling vocal, although the frenetic guitars have more in common with the post-hardcore of Jawbox or Drive Like Jehu. It’s another excellent song from what’s shaping up to be an excellent album. Listen.
Song : Little Dragon : Let Go
Apr 22, 2014 10:31am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Little Dragon are starting to drop new songs at a furious pace leading up to the release of their new album Nabuma Rubberband on May 13th. We already have had the pleasure of “Klapp Klapp” and “Paris”, now add album closer “Let Go” to the mix. Listen below.
Nabuma Rubberband Tracklist:
Little Dragon Let Go
Apr 22, 2014 10:26am | StereoGum
Little Dragon, the idiosyncratic and bigger-than-you-realize pop quartet from Gothenburg, Sweden, are coming up on the release of their new album Nabuma Rubberband, and we’ve already gotten to hear the early tracks “Klapp Klapp” and “Paris.” “Let Go,” the newest single from the album, seems heavily influenced by Sade’s smooth and sophisticated R&B. But it filters that sound through the festival-ready synthpop that’s currently running things. It’s a pretty, spacey combination, and you can hear it below.
Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks played Bowery Ballroom (pics); of Montreal's Kevin Barnes reviewed Slasher Flicks LP
Apr 22, 2014 10:23am | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by P Squared Photography
Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks @ Bowery Ballroom
Animal Collective's Avey Tare released Enter the Slasher House earlier this month via Domino and he and his Slasher Flicks are currently on tour in support. That tour hit NYC last night (4/21) for a show at Bowery Ballroom. The band -- which includes Angel Deradoorian -- played in near darkness, save for a few glowing skulls on stage. Spooky. Dustin Wong, who played with Deradoorian the night before at Baby's All Right, opened the show with his impressive loop pedal skills. Pictures from the show are in this post.
Meanwhile, Kevin Barnes of Of Montreal (who play NYC next month) reviewed Enter the Slasher House over at The Talkhouse:
i like how much he sings and how many different words he uses without articulating anything penetrable on any simple human "emotional" level. though it is very emotive, just in a more abstract sort of way. it is as if a policemanhumanshield-constructed garden was viewed by all as pornographic and gained some heavy notoriety. lots of desperation/repetition and shaking of a friend by the shoulders and very little storming off in a huff, virtually no huff to speak of, and i do appreciate that. the gnarly things we might find if pulling up the carpeting in a bathroom during a renovation, a decrepit inner city house being flipped yet enough...
Apr 22, 2014 10:22am | Fact Magazine
Available on: A1 / Freebandz / Epic Records LP
Here are the first four singles that preceded Futures Honest: the controversial synth-blasted ‘Karate Chop’, the twinkling ‘Honest’, the menacing fuck-the-club-up bow-thrower ‘Shit’ and ‘Real and True’, a piano ballad featuring Miley Cyrus and Mr. Hudson. While two of those ended up as bonus tracks and one ended up in the bin, one thing was clear: if theres anyone that can mix with equal efficacy rap and R&B, bangers and ballads, the street and the bedroom, its Future.
On Pluto, Future mostly told drug-fueled tales of conspicuous consumption, with heavy doses of Auto-Tune and astronaut metaphors. Apart from the romantic outliers, Future seemed content to play the part of hustler-turnt-rapper, only hinting at something more personal on songs like Permanent Scar and Truth Gonna Hurt You. On the latter, he juxtaposed the usual boasts (“I live the high life, sexing, syrup and money”) with a confession: “Feel like sinkin, I’m in sand / Some things you wouldnt understand.
On Honest, hes ready to make the listener understand. The album starts strong, with Future oozing confidence on the full-throated boasts of Look Ahead and T-Shirt. “Put the pussy on a nigga tongue / ‘Til the pussy juice runnin’ down my lungs, he shouts on the lead cut, Ain’t another better feel...
Apr 22, 2014 10:19am | StereoGum
Last month we heard Movement’s “Like Lust,” a tidal wave of a song that washes over you like Burial giving up debating whether to make a trip-hop song or a post-rock song and deciding to make both. “Ivory,” another track from the Australian trio’s upcoming self-titled EP, maintains that ghostly feeling but feels more like chopped and screwed house music with a complementary ’80s guitar solo. These guys sure understand how to stretch the imagination! Listen below.
3WK, Indie, Indie and Indie Radio, Indie Music, Indie Music and Indie Music Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Internet Radio, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Music News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Artists, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Music Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Album Reviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Interviews, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Video, Indie Rock and 60s Classic Rock, Indie Rock and 70s Classic Rock, Indie Rock and 80s Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and 90s Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and Classic Rock, Indie Rock and Alternative Rock, Indie Rock and Alternative Rock Radio Online, Indie Rock and Indie Rock College Radio, Indie Rock and Garage Rock, Indie Rock and Progressive Rock, Indie Rock and Indie Rock and Underground Rock, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Songs, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Chart, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Concert News, Indie Rock and Indie Rock Tour Dates, Indie Rock Internet Radio, Indie Psych, 60s FM Radio, 70s FM Radio, KWK St. Louis, KWK Saint Louis, KWK 106.5 St. Louis, St. Louis Radio, St. Louis Radio Stations, St. Louis Missouri Radio, 3WK Undergroundradio Streaming Since 1997.
copyright (c) 3wk l.l.c.