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What's going on Sunday?
May 19, 2013 11:45am | Brooklyn Vegan
Liars @ Webster Hall, June 2012 (more by Bryan
JEFF the Brotherhood @ Coachella 2013 (more by
Dana [Distortion] Yavin)
today in NYC
GoogaMooga Sunday CANCELLED due to rain
May 19, 2013 11:31am | Brooklyn Vegan
people waiting to get in Sunday morning (via)
They really thought they were going to open today. They even announced that more tickets were being released today and that James Murphy, following in Sharon Jones's footsteps, had cancelled his performance today due to a family emergency. But the rain has won, and the second day of the 2nd GoogaMooga is now officially CANCELLED. The people pictured above waiting to get in today are probably especially upset.
Official reason: "NYC Parks Dept, Prospect Park Alliance & #Googamooga have canceled today's event in the interest of safety & prevention of damage to park."
All Sunday VIP ticket purchases will be refunded in full.
Bands and DJS that were supposed to play today included Delicate Steve, Cults, De La Soul, Kool & the Gang (instead of Sharon Jones), Nancy Whang & Pat Mahoney (instead of James Murphy), and M.A.K.U. Sound System.
Stay tuned for our pictures from Friday and Saturday, coming soon. Meanwhile watch a channel 12 video report that was filmed in the park early Saturday (it claims GoogaMooga will be back "bigger and better in 2014"), and a video of the Flaming Lips playing "You Lust" on Friday (you can hear people screaming "Vaseline, Vaseline!"), below...
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ODB's Widow Files Cease-and-Desist Against Hologram Planners...
May 19, 2013 11:08am | The Daily Swarm
Consequence of Sound:
Another Review of 'Random Access Memories'...
May 19, 2013 11:06am | The Daily Swarm
Digital Liner Notes Are Coming...
May 19, 2013 11:04am | The Daily Swarm
New York Times:
A Short of History of Lightnin' Hopkins...
May 19, 2013 11:02am | The Daily Swarm
May 19, 2013 11:01am | The Daily Swarm
Watch Fred Armisen
May 19, 2013 10:55am | StereoGum
It seems Fred Armisen is leaving Saturday Night Live.
In addition to two epic Kanye West performances, last night’s
episode also featured a super-group of indie rock stars joining
Armisen on stage for what appeared to be a send-off. Armisen (who
hasn’t officially announced he’s leaving SNL) played
his rock band character Ian Rubbish, leading a band featuring two
other departing SNL staffers Bill Hader and Jason Sudeikis, as well
as Armisen’s friends Carrie Brownstein, Kim Gordon, J Mascis,
Aimee Man, and Steve Jones. Watch them all play “I’ve
Had A Lovely Night” below.
R.I.P. Romanthony, producer and
May 19, 2013 10:52am | Cosequence Of Sound
Anthony Moore, the producer, singer, and songwriter known as Romanthony, died in his Austin, Texas home on May 7th. Romanthony’s sister Mellony Moore confirmed the news in a Facebook post on May 9th, but only now has the Internet caught word.
Romanthony is perhaps best known for his work with Daft Punk. He co-wrote and contributed vocals to “One More Time” and “Too Long” from 2001′s Discovery.
As Pitchfork points out, Daft Punk’s Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo spoke highly of Romanthony and fellow producer Todd Williams in a 2001 interview: “Their music had a big effect on us. The sound of their productions– the compression, the sound of the kick drum and Romanthony’s voice, the emotion and soul– is part of how we sound today. Because they mean something to us, it was much more important for us to work with them than with other big stars.”
Romanthony ran his own label Black Male Records, and released four solo albums between 1997 and 2000. He also worked with Teengirl Fantasy, appearing on their 2012 album Tracer, and had recently teamed with Boys Noize on a new project.
Revisit “One More Time”.
Here’s Romanthony unplugged on “One More Time”.
Watch a short documentary on Romanthony.
Watch Kanye West Do
May 19, 2013 10:24am | StereoGum
Kanye West took the stage at Saturday Night Live last night to debut an aggressive new track, “Black Skinhead”. He also performed “New Slaves”, a song West debuted on Friday. The songs will appear on his next record, Yeezus.
Dressed in a studded leather jacket, West’s stage presence on SNL was full of rage. He performed in front of a projection flipping through images reading “Followers”, “Special!” and “Discount Price” but always returning to the same statement: “Not For Sale.” His new song begins with some screams. It also samples Marilyn Manson.
“For my theme song / My leather black jeans on / My by any means on / Pardon I’m gettin’ my Scream on,” starts “Black Skinhead.” West tweeted the lyrics the song this morning.
West slowed the tempo for “New Slaves”, standing in place for the entire performance, performing in front of a projection of eyes. Watch videos of both songs below.
Update: Kanye West to release new album Yeezus on June 18th
May 19, 2013 10:21am | Cosequence Of Sound
Kanye West will follow up 2010′s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy with his sixth studio LP titled Yeezus. Kanye’s girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, posted a picture of the album on Instagram. According to Rap-Up, a release date is set for June 18th.
Update: Turns out Kim’s Instagram wasn’t just an empty jewel case with a sticky note, but rather the actual album artwork. This morning, Kanye’s website formally revealed the album cover, and began accepting pre-orders.
This follows the premiere of the song “New
Slaves” last night which was projected on 66
different buildings in North America, Europe, and Australia. Kanye
New 'Anchorman 2' trailer released
May 19, 2013 9:41am | NME
Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carrell and David Koechner star in hilarious new promo
50 Cent, R. Kelly, Jaylib and more reviewed as the FACT Singles Club travels back to 2003
May 19, 2013 9:06am | Fact Magazine
This week we decided to do something a little different with the FACT Singles Club.
Last week marked the 10th edition of our weekly new music round-up, so we thought it was the right time to go back 10 years to 2003 and see how a brace of singles from that year have held up. And if we’re honest, it’s hardly been the most exciting week 2013′s seen for new music anyway (‘Body Party’ remix – no one needed you).
We tried to keep it a diverse selection – so Kells and 50 are repped, but so are Claro Intelecto and Jaylib - without relying on too many of the year’s obvious hits (no ‘Crazy in Love’ or ‘Hey Ya’, both of which you’re probably sick of reading about). Read on, and see what’s held up the best.
Use your keyboard
Arts Council England launches £500,000 grant to fund aspiring new musicians
May 19, 2013 9:04am | NME
Momentum Music Fund will award individual grants of £5,000-£15,000 to between 50-75 artists
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