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I Break Horses are here, released new EP with remixes by The Field, Tim Gane & more (stream it), playing 2 NYC shows
Apr 17, 2014 3:35pm | Brooklyn Vegan
by Bill Pearis
I Break Horses' tour just rolled into NYC for two shows: tonight (4/17) at Mecury Lounge and then Friday (4/18) at Rough Trade. Both shows are with Rival Consoles and tickets are still available.
For the tour, the swedish group have released a remix EP
featuring tracks from this year's shoegazy, danceable
Chiaroscuro as messed with by The Field,
former Stereolab technician Tim Gane, Tom Furse
from The Horrors and others. You can stream the
whole thing below.
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Coachella reveals TV broadcast schedule for Weekend Two
Apr 17, 2014 3:21pm | Cosequence Of Sound
As previously reported, Coachella will offer a live broadcast of weekend two for the first time. Over 20 hours of festival-related content, including performances, interviews, and more, will be shown on AXS TV.
The live broadcast begins each night at 9:00pm ET and will be re-aired the following day at 2:00pm ET. The schedule includes Arcade Fire, Beck, Queens of the Stone Age, Nas, Lorde, Bryan Ferry, MGMT HAIM, Pixies, CHVRCHES, Future Islands, Neko Case, and Foster the People, among others.
Check out the day-by-day breakdown below. Exact air times are still be announced.
(Read: Coachella 2014 Weekend One: Top 15 Sets + Photos)
Friday, April 18th:
Saturday, April 19th:
Sunday, April 20th:
Monday, April 21st:
Raekwon reveals he is 'on strike' from Wu-Tang Clan
Apr 17, 2014 3:19pm | NME
He said he feels the group are letting down their fans
Listen: Dead Katz Working Hard At Hardly Working
Apr 17, 2014 3:10pm | CMJ
The post Listen: Dead Katz – “Working Hard At Hardly Working” appeared first on CMJ.
Listen: The Hold Steady and Deer Tick cover each other
Apr 17, 2014 3:08pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Longtime fans of one anothers music, The Hold Steady and Deer Tick will hit the road this month for a joint U.S. tour. But before then, theyve teamed up in the studio to collaborate on a pair of covers.
Both rock acts dig deep into each other’s respective catalogs, with The Hold Steady tackling “Easy” from Deer Tick’s 2009 album Born on Flag Day, and Deer Tick putting their own spin on “Constructive Summer”, off The Hold Steady’s 2008 LP, Stay Positive. Listen to both covers below (via A.V. Club).
I think that Easy was the first Deer Tick song I ever heard and Ive always thought it had a really cool vibe”, The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn told A.V. Club. “It gives me the chills when John [McCauley] does that line about the devil in his eyes. The song is classic Deer Tick, its rock and roll thats passionate and knowing.
Meanwhile, McCauley noted, Craig Finn can bring you right back to the time in your life when partying went hand in hand with ambition. ‘Constructive Summer reminds me how rock and rolls simplicity gives power to heart instead intellectualism.
If this is a preview of what’s to come on their upcoming trek, ticket-holders should be pretty darn excited. Check out all their tour dates below.
The Hold Steady and Deer Tick 2014 Tour
Gory new Blood Red Shoes video banned by MTV - watch
Apr 17, 2014 3:00pm | NME
The 'Speech Coma' video sees a singer bleeding to death on stage
Watch Belle & Sebastian Cover Journeys Dont Stop Believin At A Childrens Hospital
Apr 17, 2014 2:54pm | StereoGum
You might expect Belle & Sebastian to cover the Kinks or Nick Drake or 10cc. You might not expect them to cover the most-covered Journey song ever. But it’s impossible to say no to sick kids, and during a recent visit to Children’s Healthcare Of Atlanta for the Songs For Kids Foundation nonprofit, the Scottish indie-pop long-timers tried out a sloppy cover of the song that ended The Sopranos. Watch a short video of it below.
Olga Bell Stavropol Krai
Apr 17, 2014 2:53pm | StereoGum
Before she joined Dirty Projectors during the days of Swing Lo Magellan, Olga Bell was a Band To Watch. Now she’s taken some time to work on solo material again. Her upcoming album, Krai, is sung entirely in Russian and judging from the new single “Stavropol Krai” her intricate vocal-centered performances are as strong as ever and backed by even fuller arrangements. Listen below.
Watch the trailer for Night Slugs and Fade to Minds documentary Icy Lake
Apr 17, 2014 2:51pm | Fact Magazine
The sister labels’ first joint release will be accompanied by a documentary.
Last month, Night Slugs and Fade to Mind detailed the long-planned re-release of Dat Oven’s cult single ‘Icy Lake’. The release is also the jumping-off point for a short documentary of the same name that explores “connections between 90s tribal house, vogue culture, and the NYC underground past and present.”
Icy Lake was directed by jack-of-all-trades Wills Glasspiegel, who co-wrote the documentary with L-Vis 1990, and it features L-Vis 1990, Bok Bok, Kingdom, Total Freedom, MikeQ and ballroom performers Kevin Aviance and Anthony Aviance. The film will premiere on Friday, April 25 via Thump; watch the trailer above.
The Who 'hoping' to release new material
Apr 17, 2014 2:49pm | NME
Pete Townshend has said he'll be trawling through his archives for tracks for a new LP
KEN Mode's illustrator Randy Ortiz talks t-shirts, album covers, metal art cliches and more
Apr 17, 2014 2:46pm | Brooklyn Vegan
By Doug Moore
Randy Ortiz artwork
Last month, we started a new series of interviews over at Invisible Oranges called Graphic Content, in which we talk to metal/hardcore-associated visual artists about their craft. The inaugural edition featured Alex Eckman-Lawn, who's done album covers for the likes of Yakuza, Maruta, Starkweather, and Dim Mak The second edition, which is up today, features Canadian illustrator Randy Ortiz, who's worked with heavy artists like KEN mode, Fuck the Facts, and Intronaut, as well as non-metal artists like Why?.
Here's a snippet of our conversation:
What's the process of working with bands like for you?
Listen: Future and André 3000 together on Benz Friends (Whatchutola)
Apr 17, 2014 2:41pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Over the weekend, Future made an appearance during Outkast’s reunion performance at Coachella, teaming with André 3000 to debut a new song entitled “Benz Friends (Whatchutola)”. However, when Future’s sophomore album Honest began streaming this past Tuesday, the song was nowhere to be found. (Similarly, the Drake collaboration “Never Satisfied” made available was just an abridged version of the song.)
Today, however, “Benz Friends” emerges online, and boy oh boy was it worth the wait. Production alone, the beat, this highly infectious groove of rattling drums and old soul harmonies pitch-shifted to oblivion, is a perfect balance of André’s off-kilter aesthetic and Future’s more R&B-inspired style. It’s what they do lyrically, though, that cements this track as a true album standout. While Future kicks more straight-forward lines (including a vicious parallel between gold diggers and grave diggers), Mr. Three Stacks manages to curse about 5,723 times and still make references to the Christopher Reeve-era Superman. Dungeon Family, indeed.
Listen in below (via Miss Info):
The star-studded Honest hits stores on April 22nd via Epic Records.
Stoic Violence released 'Chained,' touring after New York's Alright (dates & LP stream)
Apr 17, 2014 2:26pm | Brooklyn Vegan
by Wyatt Marshall
California's furious hardcore punk band Stoic Violence just released Chained via Deranged Records, a relentlessly punishing 12" that revels in bleakness. The album is here just in time for New York's Alright, the multi-venue punk festival that they play, along with Hank Wood, La Misma, Anasazi and many more. Give it a listen below.
New York's Alright begins tonight (4/17) and continues through Sunday (4/20). Stoic Violence's set happens at Le Poisson Rouge on Saturday (4/19) with Infernoh, Crazy Spirit, Gas Rag, Wiccans and Murderer. Tickets for that show are still available.
As mentioned, Stoic Violence also kick off a tour after NY's Alright. When we last spoke, those dates were still TBA but have now been announced, including another NYC show happening on May 1 at Lulu's with Survival and Pleasure Industry.
Check out the full New York's Alright schedule HERE. All Stoic Violence dates are listed, along with their album stream, below...
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4Knots Fest returning to Seaport for 2014
Apr 17, 2014 2:18pm | Brooklyn Vegan
4Knots 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The Village Voice's free 4Knots Festival will return to South Street Seaport on July 12 though the location will be slightly different. The old location, Pier 17 (home of The Seaport Music Festival) is being redeveloped so the main stage for the 2014 4Knots will happen one slot over at Pier 16 (right next to the Peking ship) and the second stage will be at the See / Change space at Fulton and Front (near where Sound Bites happened last year). There will also be an afterparty at Webster Hall that night. Line-ups and schedule are still TBA.
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Aretha Franklin Denies Brawl With Patti LaBelle And Is Suing The Satirical Blog That Reported It
Apr 17, 2014 1:58pm | StereoGum
Soul legend Aretha Franklin has got herself into a bit of an embarrassing mess. Franklin is suing satirical news site News Nerds for $10 million because of a story they ran about a fictional brawl between Franklin and fellow soul songstress Patti LaBelle.
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