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New Order hint at collaboration with James Murphy
Aug 31, 2014 6:23am | NME
Bernard Sumner and Tom Chapman suggest pairing up could be in the works
End of The Road 2014: Saturday
Aug 31, 2014 6:23am | The Line Of Best Fit
The second day in Dorset in pictures, with The Flaming Lips, The Horrors and Gruff Rhys. Burak Cingi provides the pictures.
The Flaming Lips - End of The Road, 30/08/2014
Aug 31, 2014 5:45am | The Line Of Best Fit
The Flaming Lips round off day two of End Of The Road with an explosion of colour and sound.
Danny Brown guests on The Neighbourhood's 'Hate Machine'
Aug 31, 2014 5:37am | NME
The song is taken from the '#000000 & #FFFFFF' mixtape
The Vines' Craig Nicholls: 'If I didn't have the band I don't know what I'd do'
Aug 31, 2014 5:14am | NME
Frontman opens up about his need for music ahead of new album release
X Factor ratings rise as Simon Cowell returns to the show
Aug 31, 2014 4:34am | NME
The programme's 11th series kicked off last night (August 30)
Arcade Fires Reflektor tour featured 68 different songs, including 35 covers
Aug 31, 2014 12:21am | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Nathan Dainty
This evening, Arcade Fire wrapped up their extensive Reflektor world tour at the place where it all began: their hometown of Montreal, Quebec. Appearing at the city’s Parc Jean-Drapeau, the band performed a 21-song setlist that epitomized the entire tour: in addition to greatest hits and tracks from Reflektor, Arcade Fire reworked material on the spot (a slowed down version of “Empty Room”), unveiled unique medleys (“My Body is a Cage” into “Keep the Car Running)”, and covered a song regional to the city (Wolf Parade’s “I’ll Believe in Anything”).
As a whole, the Reflektor tour featured 68 different songs over the course of its 74-date run. Among them:
– 10 tracks from Reflektor: the title track, “Here Comes the Nighttime”, and “Afterlife” were played at all 74 dates. “Supersymmetry “, meanwhile, was played just four time.
– Nine tracks from The Suburbs: “The Suburbs”, “The Suburbs Continued”, and “Ready to Start” were also played at all 74 dates. The least played album track was “Suburban War”, which made just four setlists.
– Seven tracks from Funeral: “Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) “, “Rebellion (Lies)”, and “Wake Up&rdqu...
What's going on Sunday? (Crocodiles, SISU, Weed Hounds, Gingerlys & more)
Aug 30, 2014 11:00pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Crocodiles in 2013 (more by Dylan
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Crocodiles, SISU, Young Boys @ Baby's All Right
Darto, Weed Hounds, Gingerlys, Ice Balloons @ Death by
Vulture Shit, RadRadRiot, Slavve, Dead Waves @
Electric Zoo @ Randall's Island
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
For laughs, check out the NYC Comedy calendar too.
Follow @BrooklynVegan on Twitter.
Watch a live stream of Kanye Wests Made in America performance
Aug 30, 2014 7:10pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Photo by Ben Kaye
This evening, Kanye West will headline the Philadelphia installment of Made in America. In a rare move, he has agreed to stream the performance live online. Tune in below beginning at 10:30pm ET.
Prior to Kanye’s performance, you can watch The Nationals set at 8:30pm ET. Afterward, you can watch performances from Made in America’s West Coast installment, which is taking place simultaneously in Los Angeles this weekend. The webcast schedule includes Iggy Azalea (5:45pm PT), Metric (5:00pm PT), and Kendrick Lamar (7:15pm PT).
'The Daily Show' host Jon Stewart makes directing debut with 'Rosewater' - watch trailer
Aug 30, 2014 5:37pm | NME
Political thriller starring Gael Garcia Bernal premieres at Telluride Film Festival
Mineral played their first show in 17 years at Austin's Mohawk with Jess Williamson (pics & setlist)
Aug 30, 2014 2:26pm | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Tim Griffin
Mineral @ Mohawk - 8/17/2014
Veteran emo band Mineral are reuniting for their first tour in 17 years, which begins with four sold-out NYC shows next week (starting 9/4). However, like American Football did in Chicago, the Austin band decided to bless their hometown with a surprise show last night (8/29). Billed as "The Parking Lot" (whose name is a Mineral song and whose logo resembled The Power of Failing's artwork), Mineral strongly hinted on their Facebook that it would be them, and opener Jess Williamson later revealed it on Instagram, writing:
The secret's out: I'm very honored to announce that tonight I will be opening for "The Parking Lot" which is all the members of Mineral playing Mineral songs. Just me and my band at 10 and then they play at 11. EndSerenading was one of my favorite records as a wee little 14 year old girl trying to find my angsty place in the word. You can probably still email me at email@example.com. so honored and excited for tonight!!Doors for the show opened at 9 PM, and the line was already down the block by 7. The show (a benefit for SXSW Cares) took place in the venue's smaller indoor room, and was (of course) entirely sold out. Mineral split the set pretty evenly between their two full lengths, though leaned a little more heavily on EndSerenading, and also included both sides of the "February / M.D." single. Were y...
A-Trak added to Fool's Gold Day Off (which is happening Monday at 50 Kent in Williamsburg w/ Danny Brown, more)
Aug 30, 2014 11:00am | Brooklyn Vegan
A-Trak at North Coast Music Fest 2013 (more by James
A-Trak played the ongoing Electric Zoo festival on Randall's Island yesterday (8/29), but we now know that won't be the only time he plays NYC this long Labor Day weekend. He's been added to Fool's Gold Day Off (he co-runs Fool's Gold with Nick Catchdubs), happening all day Monday (9/1) at 50 Kent (2 PM to 10 PM). He joins the previously-announced lineup of Danny Brown, French Montana, AraabMuzik, The LOX, Benmar, Hoodboi B2B Falcons, Yung Gleesh, World's Fair, Nick Catchdubs (feat. B.I.C.), Shash'U, Black Dave and GrandeMarshall. Tickets are still available.
Continue reading "A-Trak added to Fool's Gold Day Off (which is happening Monday at 50 Kent in Williamsburg w/ Danny Brown, more)" at brooklynvegan
Watch the video for MDNSGN Txt (Msgs) taken from his Stones Throw debut album
Aug 30, 2014 10:44am | Fact Magazine
A zen like approach to beats.
Ringgo Ancheta, aka MNDSGN (mind design), is the latest addition to the Stones Throw roster. Over the past few years Ancheta has been quietly but steadily making moves within the Los Angeles beat scene, collaborating with the likes of Jonwayne (on whose Stones Throw debut he featured) and most recently picking up a Breakfast Show on Boiler Room.
Ancheta’s debut album is titled Yawn Zen and was released this week on vinyl and digital, following from a cassette of outtakes released on Leaving Records in early August.
With a background unlike that of most modern day producers – he was raised in a forest as part of the Filipino arm of the Aum Supreme Truth Cult – Ancheta has developed a relaxed sound over the years, with a keen ear for melodies. Speaking on his process for the album, Ancheta told Stones Throw:
The label unveiled a new video for album cut ‘Txt (Msgs)’ which precisely highlights Ancheta’s taste for dreamy, sweeping melodies.
Yawn Zen is out now on vinyl and digital via Stones Throw.</...
Miley Cyrus claims that Elvis Presley was 'the original twerker'
Aug 30, 2014 10:15am | NME
Singer attacks double standards over male and female musician's behaviour
Butterz to hold first ever daytime party: Jamz all-day Roller Disco
Aug 30, 2014 9:48am | Fact Magazine
The first ever grime roller disco?
Butterz will hold an all-day roller disco on September 20 at London venue Shapes, featuring Elijah & Skilliam as well as a host of Butterz artists and friends including many FACT favourites.
Jamz is the crew’s first ever daytime party and will feature BBQ, drinks, music and 12 hour of skating.
It takes place at Shapes, in Hackney Wick, London, on the canal. Skate hire is included in the price and there will also be an outdoor terrace for those unwilling to skank on roller skates.
Current line up includes Swindle, Royal-T, Flava D, Spyro, Spooky, Mr Mitch, Last Japan, Parris, Bradshaw and more artists will be announced in the coming weeks.
The first round of tickets are now available at jamzclub.org.
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