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SBTRKT reveals more LP details (ft. Ezra Koenig, A$AP Ferg, Jessie Ware, Warpaint, more), announces tour (dates)
Jul 23, 2014 11:15am | Brooklyn Vegan
Yesterday (7/22), SBTRKT announced that his new album will be called Wonder Where We Land and shared a track featuring Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig. He's since revealed that in addition to Ezra, the album will feature A$AP Ferg, Chairlift's Caroline Polacheck, Denai Moore, Jessie Ware, Koreless, Raury, Sampha and Warpaint. The deluxe edition features Raury, Sampha, Warpaint, Andrew Ashong and Boogie. It comes out September 23 via Young Turks. Tracklist and streams of the songs with Ezra and Sampha, below.
SBTRKT also announced a tour which brings him to NYC on October 26 at Terminal 5. Tickets for that show go on sale July 31 with a presale starting July 29.
All dates are listed, with the tracklist and song streams, below...
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TOPS Way To Be Loved
Jul 23, 2014 11:11am | Gorilla Vs Bear
“Way To Be Loved” is the opening track from TOPS‘ excellent new LP Picture You Staring, out September 2 on Arbutus.
Helado Negro I Krill You Video
Jul 23, 2014 11:07am | StereoGum
Electronic musician Roberto Carlos Lange will soon put out Double Youth, his new album under the long-running moniker Helado Negro. We’ve already heard the new single “I Krill You” (which somehow wasn’t already used as a title by the band Krill), and now he’s shared a video for the song. Blending glittering streamers, footage of forests, flashing blue lights, and closeups of Lange singing, it all melts into an impressionistic whole that fits the song well. Watch it below.
Liars, How To Dress Well and more added to Bristols Simple Things Festival lineup
Jul 23, 2014 11:05am | Fact Magazine
Bristol’s multi-venue Simple Things festival has bumped up its sizable bill yet again.
The festival has added a slew of new names – Brooklyn veterans Liars, nu-school crooner How To Dress Well, retro rockers Black Lips, Damiano von Erckert, Amazing Snakeheads, The Fauns, Mirel Wagner, Volte-Face and loads more.
These new additions join an already bumper lineup featuring appearances from Mogwai, DJ Harvey, Zomby, Evian Christ and Eagulls, and if you catch the Simple Things opening party at Bristol’s Motion club the night before (October 24), you’ll be able to see Caribou play an exclusive full live show with support from Hyperdub’s Jessy Lanza.
For more info and tickets, make sure you trot over to the Simple Things website.
Listen: TOPS Way To Be Loved
Jul 23, 2014 11:05am | CMJ
TOPS – Photo by Rebecca Storm
CMJ Music Marathon alums TOPS dropped a 7-inch late last month and are now prepping a sophomore LP for Arbutus Records, Picture You Staring. The album’s new single, Way To Be Loved, is a skidding, half-shy pop track with singer Jane Penny sounding like a pair of eyes peeking from around a corner. The full album drops in September, but for now, you can listen to Way To Be Loved below.
The post Listen: TOPS – “Way To Be Loved” appeared first on CMJ.
L.A. band Vulfpeck will be paid $20,000 in Spotify royalties from a silent album
Jul 23, 2014 11:03am | Chart Attack
There doesn't seem to be a requirement for albums on Spotify's vast library of streamable audio to actually be music. Of course, all these plays still mean royalties for the artist, even if the "song" is an orgasm noise.
Earlier this year, LA's Vulfpeck took advantage of this by releasing an entirely silent album on Spotify for their fans to stream while they slept. Sleepify its songs named "Z" through "Zzzzzzzzzz" and each just over 30 seconds long raised over $20,000, enough to fund a tour of entirely free shows. They are heroes.
At first it didn't seem as though Spotify would pay the band. Although the company was indulgent at first, they pulled the album in late April without giving a reason or citing a terms violation, leading to an impressive amount of backlash. In a statement of support on Facebook, alt-rock gods Cake questioned whether there was a double standard for demonizing profit at work:
Following Sleepify's takedown Vulfpeck released a three track EP responding to Spotify's decision, entitled Official Statement. But by then, Sleepify had already been streamed 5.5 million times over seven weeks. Compare that to the 120,000 plays Vulfpeck's 2013 s...
Jul 23, 2014 11:00am | Fact Magazine
Available on: City Slang
The first album from To Rococo Rot in four years feels like a collaboration, even though the collaborator in this case the American singer-guitarist Arto Lindsay appears on just three of its 10 tracks. Still, the presence of Lindsay feels to have shunted the Berlin trio onto a slightly parallel line, their electronic post-rock settling comfortably into a format you might broadly define as songy.
Certainly, Lindsay and To Rococo Rot the trio of brothers Ronald and Robert Lippok and Stefan Schneider feel like easy bedfellows. Lindsay was an attendee at To Rococo Rots first ever New York show in the late ’90s, and has since expressed his admiration for the band in the press. More importantly, though, you can identify a sort of shared aesthetic here. While perhaps still best known for his early work, the guitar skronk and scrawl of his no wave bands DNA, Ambitious Lovers, etc, in recent years Lindsay has pursued a more softly experimental path, blending exploratory electronics with a tropical pop style influenced by his upbringing in Brazil. Both he and To Rococo Rot make music that plays on and across boundary lines: mingling and fusing the organic and the electronic, the melodic and the ambient, the sterile and the sensual.
From the opening ‘Many Descriptions’, Lindsay slots in without friction. Cloudy synths flip and weave between channels, an unadorned guitar picks out crisp motifs, t...
Courtney Love says production on Kurt Cobain biopic will begin in 'next 12 months'
Jul 23, 2014 11:00am | NME
Lead role in forthcoming film has yet to be cast
Stream : La Hell Gang : Thru Me Again LP
Jul 23, 2014 10:52am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Thru Me Again is the sophomore LP from Chilean trio La Hell Gang released this week via Mexican Summer. On the album, they combine psychedelia of the late ’60s along with the grittier leanings of early ’90s grunge creating desolate, heavy-reverbed recondite rock. It screams to be heard on a pair of headphones while spacing out in your den or getting wasted by fire in the nighttime. Regardless of your listening choices, this has been one of the more unexpected releases to be on massive rotation for us. Give it a spin below and purchase it here.
Thru Me Again (LP-2014) by La Hell Gang
Download Krystal Klears Old Cuts EP, featuring Donna Summer, Justin Timberlake remixes
Jul 23, 2014 10:52am | Fact Magazine
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The Manchester-based house fiend celebrates the end of summer with a free EP.
Krystal Klear is a reliable source of disco-house-boogie concoctions, both with his originals and remixes. He’s also generous: Old Cuts is a free, four-track EP that features ‘BeastMode’ (which was featured in Will Saul’s Essential Mix), an instrumental version of his Donna Summer remix, clubby throwback ‘Straight For’, and a remix of Justin Timberlake’s ‘Let The Groove In’.
That last remix is no surprise: the producer previously told us how Timberlake’s Justified changed his life. Stream the EP below and download it for the price of an email address.
Júníus Meyvant Color Decay
Jul 23, 2014 10:52am | StereoGum
That impressively bearded fellow in the picture above is Unnar Gísli Sigurmundsson, whose songwriting alias is the slightly more pronounceable Júníus Meyvant. The Icelandic artist just put out his debut single, “Color Decay,” a polished slice of bright folk-pop buoyed up by a sprightly horn arrangement. It’s already a hit in his native country, and you can listen to it below.
Falls of Rauros releasing LP, playing w/ Obsidian Tongue & Onirogen after Southern Darkness, before Skeletons' last local
Jul 23, 2014 10:51am | Brooklyn Vegan
by Wyatt Marshall
Falls of Rauros at The Acheron in 2012 (more by
Two of the northeast's best atmospheric black metal bands, Falls of Rauros and Obsidian Tongue, along with the NYC electronic/synth/guitar wizard Oneirogen, will be playing an Invisible Oranges-presented show at Union Pool on August 27. Advanced tickets for the Brooklyn show aren't on sale yet, but we'll let you know when they are.
Falls of Rauros just released a song on a split with Panopticon and has a new LP, Believe in No Coming Shore, due out this summer. The tracklist is below. The NYC show is part of an as yet unannounced string of dates that includes Southern Darkness Festival in Tampa, Florida on August 23rd with Pelican, Phobia, Black Tusk, Weekend Nachos, Bongripper, A Storm Of Light, Lord Mantis, Primate, Magrudergrind, Mouth Of The Architect, Yautja, Sannhet, Maruta and many more.
Obsidian Tongue released one of the best atmospheric black metal albums of 2013 in A Nest of Ravens in the Throat of Time. They can also be found on 9/6 at Waterfront Tavern in their home state of Massachusetts.
Oneirogen is a blast to watch, a one-man force of nature that blends looping electronics with memorable guitar leads to inundating effect. You can meanwhile catch him this Saturday (7/26) at Trans Pecos<...
Nothing & others opening for Modern Life Is War; Speedy Ortiz opening for Fucked Up +++ more Speedy 4Knots pics
Jul 23, 2014 10:49am | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Chris La Putt
Speedy Ortiz @ 4Knots 2014
Modern Life Is War recently announced two club dates to happen this summer at Philly's First Unitarian Church on 8/29 and NYC's Bowery Ballroom on 8/30. Since we last spoke, openers have been announced for both shows. Direct support on the Philly date will come from MLIW's Deathwish labelmates Self Defense Family, and on the NYC show it's heavy shoegazers Nothing (who were in NYC a few days ago for a free show with Ceremony and Iron Lung). Opening both dates will be DC punks Give and Iowa psychedelic band Land of Blood & Sunshine. Tickets for Philly and NYC are on sale now.
Speaking of bands who just played free NYC shows being added as openers to hardcore shows, Speedy Ortiz, who just played 4Knots, were added to the Fucked Up show happening at Irving Plaza on September 6. Tickets for that show are still available. Speedy will return to NYC not long after that for two shows on their tour with Ex Hex.
We already posted one set of pictures of 4Knots, and another batch of Speedy's set is in this post. They continue, with lists of Speedy and Nothing dates, below...
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Check Out The New Amy Winehouse Comic Book Released On The Third Anniversary Of Her Death
Jul 23, 2014 10:45am | StereoGum
Amy Winehouse died three years ago today, and to commemorate her death, the comic book company Bluewater Productions, which seems to specialize exclusively in quickie comic-book bios of dead celebrities, has published a Winehouse comic called Tribute: Amy Winehouse. The book, which Michael L. Frizell wrote and Jayfri Hashim drew, exists in the grand tradition of the company’s recent, fascinatingly terrible Tribute: Kurt Cobain, with the troubling additional factor that it’s probably supposed to give boners. Below, check out a few of the pages, many of which revolve around a topless Winehouse getting tattooed and thinking song lyrics to herself.
Heres our first look at Paul Dano as Brian Wilson in biopic
Jul 23, 2014 10:45am | Cosequence Of Sound
As previously reported, actor Paul Dano (There Will Be Blood, Looper) is set to star as a young Brian Wilson in the forthcoming biopic about the legendary Beach Boys musician. Today, we get our first look at Dano as Wilson (via The Playlist).
Entitled Love and Mercy, the biopic “paints an unconventional portrait of the artist by interweaving seminal moments in his life, from his artistic genius to his profound struggles, and the love that keeps him alive,” according to the official plot synopsis. John Cusack also stars in the film, playing Wilson later in life. The cast also includes Elizabeth Banks (who plays Wilson’s second wife, Melinda) and Paul Giamatti (who plays his longtime therapist, Dr. Eugene Landy). Bill Pohlad (The Tree of Life) is serving as director.
Love and Mercy is set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
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