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Carl Craig, Levon Vincent and more to play Birmingham
May 21, 2013 8:14am | Fact Magazine
The Rainbow Venues get ready to rumble this August.
Circo Loco is back in Birmingham, and for this year’s festival they are taking over the entire Arena space for a very special large-scale event. In conjunction with Type Festival, they have announced a killer list of artists and DJs including Detroit legend Kerri Chandler, Prosumer, Maceo Plex, Joy Orbison, Carl Craig, Move D and plenty more.
Set in the winding back-streets of Digbeth, this should bring some much needed action to Brum this summer so if you’re around on August 10-11, you know what to do.
For more information and tickets head here.
Virgin Records to celebrate 40th anniversary this year
May 21, 2013 8:09am | NME
Richard Branson set up the iconic label, which went on to sign Sex Pistols, in 1973
May 21, 2013 7:51am | Cosequence Of Sound
Super crooner Terius Nash, AKA The-Dream is streaming his fifth album, IV Play, a full week ahead of its release date (May 28th via Def Jam Records). Take a listen via the YouTube playlist posted below.
In the works since 2010, the 14-track effort features a who’s who of R&B and Top 40 hip-hop, including Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Pusha T, Kelly Rowland, and even guitar hero Gary Clark Jr.. In an interview with VEVO, Dream said, “IV Play is me jumping into the future and trying to leave the past behind. This album probably maintains about 25 percent of the fabric of what I
Watch The National Play Letterman
May 21, 2013 7:51am | StereoGum
The members of the National are gracefully-aging Midwestern-transplanted New Yorkers who wear suits a lot, and the same is also true of David Letterman. They’re a natural fit for one another. Today, the National release their grand and confident new album Trouble Will Find Me. And last night, they came through Letterman’s show, playing a dense and inward version of “Don’t Swallow The Cap” with a full complement of string and horn players, as well as Doveman’s Thomas Bartlett on keyboard. (Dave: “A lot going on there.”) Watch it below.
Elton John, Ray Davies and Elvis Costello confirmed for Hyde Park shows
May 21, 2013 7:35am | NME
The trio will headline the last Friday of the Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time festival
Top ten revealed in NME's search for Britain's Best Small Venue in association with JD Roots
May 21, 2013 7:33am | NME
Voting now open to pick the winner of Britain's Best Small Venue in association with JD Roots
May 21, 2013 7:30am | Fact Magazine
Pete Doherty takes to blog to clear up confusion over manager
May 21, 2013 7:26am | NME
Babyshambles will hit the road in September
Song : Crocodiles :
May 21, 2013 7:15am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Only a year after their last release, San Diego rockers Crocodiles will be releasing a new LP titled Crimes of Passion on August 20th via Frenchkiss Records. Sune Rose Wagner assisted with the production duties on this release. “Cockroach” is serving as the first glimpse into the new release. The guitars punch on this cut with a ferocious combination of garage and surf rock trademarks. Stream and download the song below.
Crocodiles – Cockroach
Premiere: stream the first 20 minutes of Kode9
May 21, 2013 7:12am | Fact Magazine
The latest mix CD in Rinse’s series comes from Hyperdub founder Kode9.
Although the mix’s closing section focuses on the footwork that has become an important part of Kode9′s sets in recent years, it’s the first 20 minutes that we keep coming back to. Kicking off with Burial’s ‘Truant’, it rolls through Theo Parrish’s ‘Kites on Pluto’, a breathtaking collaboration between Roses Gabor and Morgan Zarate titled ‘Pusher Taker’, Alex Parkin & Chris Lorenzo’s belting ‘What Must I Prove 2 U?’ and more. Oh, and watch out for DVA’s ‘Chilli Burrito’, which is completely batshit.
Released today, you can stream that first 20 minutes of Rinse 22 here at FACT. There’s also a stacked launch party this Friday, May 24, in London: for more on that, click here.
Kelly Rowland to replace Britney Spears on the X Factor US
May 21, 2013 7:01am | NME
Paulina Rubio will join Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato on the panel
Song : Pure Bathing Culture :
May 21, 2013 6:54am | My Old Kentucky Blog
Portland’s Pure Bathing Culture, the duo of Daniel Hindman and keyboardist Sarah Versprille, have announced their forthcoming debut LP, Moon Tides, via Partisan Records (US)/Memphis Industries (UK). The album will follow-up their enjoyable self-titled EP from last year. The first single from the new release is “Pendulum.” There is something very familiar and comforting about the song, almost like a caress to the face with every listen. LIsten below.
Brian May labels The Voice 'the ultimate insult to music'
May 21, 2013 6:51am | NME
Queen guitarist hits out at BBC talent show
Song : Badlands :
May 21, 2013 6:35am | My Old Kentucky Blog
You will not find a lot out their about the band Badlands, but their debut song “Sleeping Beauty” is good enough that I am sure this will not be the case for long. Entrancing vocals with longing lyrics (“Here forever, I’ll dream of you”), hazy guitars, piano, and a drum beat of so many great songs of old make this song hard to resist. It is a beautiful piece of pop that has us looking forward to more from this mysterious band. Stream and download the song below.
DOWNLOAD: Badlands – Sleeping Beauty
Listen: Joe Goddard collaborates with Mara Carlyle on new track
May 21, 2013 6:21am | The Line Of Best Fit
Hot Chip member and man behind one of the best, if not the best, dancefloor fillers in the past few years, Joe Goddard returns with another sublime team-up.
Following on from his solo outing with Valentina in the form of the aforementioned ‘Gabriel’, Goddard has unleashed this new number ‘She Burns’, with folk singer and arranger Mara Carlyle.
Bubbling under the surface with post-dub bass bursts and swirls, the producer perfectly compliments Carlyle’s emphatic tones. Take a listen to the track, set to feature on forthcoming EP Taking Over, below:
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