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Ariel Pink recalls time he was maced in the face by 'a feminist'
Jul 31, 2014 8:12am | NME
Woman scratched the word 'asshole' into singer-songwriter's car too

Tori Amos Promise (Feat. Her Daughter, Natashya) Video
Jul 31, 2014 8:04am | StereoGum

“Promise,” one of the songs on Tori Amos’ new album Unrepentant Geraldines, is a duet with Amos’ 13-year-old daughter Natashya, who, it turns out, can really sing. She also shows up in the song’s brand-new video, which follows Amos’ video for “Trouble’s Lament” as the second one from the album. There’s not much going on in the video — it’s just two of them singing in a room together and doing the hug-from-behind-sway-together thing — but as a person with a daughter, it’s more than enough to get me feeling pretty emotional. Natashya, it seems, has mastered the staring-intently-into-the-camera thing, and she already appears to be taller than her mom. Also of note: Amos has been getting weird with her setlists on her recent tour, playing songs she hasn’t played in years (including songs from her Richard Marxist pre-Little Earthquakes band Y Kant Tori Read!) and a whole lot of ’80s covers. Below, check out the “Promise” video, as well as video of Amos covering Rihanna’s “We Found Love” during a recent Oakland show, completely turning it into a Tori Amos song.


Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy: “Theres a lot of people out in the world who deserve an apology from me”
Jul 31, 2014 8:00am | The Line Of Best Fit
Meredith Graves takes the floor in what begins as a chance for the brilliant singer to talk about the things she loves, before revealing that she owes a few people some apologies...

Vaniish made a video for "Memory Work" (watch it) ++ updated tour dates
Jul 31, 2014 8:00am | Brooklyn Vegan

As mentioned, Bay Area band Vaniish released their debut album, Memory Work, last month which stark, strident gothy synthrock. If you dig Wax Idols and Soft Moon (singer Keven Tecon played drums for both bands) and Weekend, you should definitely give it a spin. We've got the premiere of the video for the album's title track which you can watch in this post.

As mentioned, Vaniish will be in NYC in September for two shows. They're playing a few other East Coast shows as well while out here. All dates are listed below.

Video below...

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Speedy Ortiz Lost Something In The Hills (Sibylle Baier Cover)
Jul 31, 2014 7:57am | StereoGum

Sibylle Baier is a little-known German folk singer who, according to this, recorded a handful of songs in her home on a reel-to-reel tape recorder in the ’70s but never released any of them. That is, until her son put together a CD of her old songs to give out to family and friends and passed one along to Dinosaur Jr. frontman J Mascis. He liked them so much that he put her son in touch with label Orange Twin, who would put out the collection of tracks under the name Colour Green in 2006. Speedy Ortiz is drawing attention to that album of sparse folk songs with their beefed up cover of “Lost Something In The Hills,” which they did for Rookie Magazine. “Its got this really honest sadness to it,” frontwoman Sadie Dupuis told Rookie. “It’s about losing yourself in the woods, but it takes that idea in two very different directions: first, that the woods are the only thing that can restore this sadness, and, second, that this sadness is unbearable and you need to be exploring beyond the hills in order to get over feeling miserable.” Listen to the cover, which was recorded with Ben Scherer from Palehound, and the original below.


Someone had the good sense to ask Vin Diesel to cover Sam Smiths Stay With Me
Jul 31, 2014 7:54am | Cosequence Of Sound

As a two-time Academy Award-winning actor, Vin Diesel has proven time and time again to be one of the greatest talents of our modern age. The Godfather? Pssh, that has nothing on xXx. Apocalypse Now? Try Fast & Furious 6 instead. And it turns out his talent isn’t bound to the silver screen: recently Capital FM asked Vinnie to sing a cover of Sam Smiths “Stay With Me”. And while I don’t want to get too ahead of myself, I think he just locked up a Spike Guys’ Choice Award in the category of Jean-Claud Ghad Dam.

Even Sam was impressed:

Vin diesel just covered Stay With Me. Surreal. Thanks man haha—
SAM SMITH (@samsmithworld) July 30, 2014

BBC 6 Music overtakes Radio 3 for first time as 1Xtra falls below a million listeners
Jul 31, 2014 7:49am | NME
Latest radio listening figures see Chris Evans and Nick Grimshaw adding listeners

Justin Bieber posts picture of Orlando Bloom crying after Ibiza fight reports
Jul 31, 2014 7:20am | NME
Pop star and actor said to have clashed outside restaurant on Wednesday (July 30)

ATP to host Careless Talk Costs Lives photography exhibition featuring Mogwai, Madlib, Nick Cave and more
Jul 31, 2014 6:50am | Fact Magazine

Indie flagbearers All Tomorrow’s Parties have announced an exhibition of rarely seen music photography in east London next month.

The show will feature the cover proofs for every issue of Careless Talk Costs Lives and Loose Lips Sink Ships, two short-lived and sorely missed early ’00s alternative music magazines edited by photographer Steve Gullick and journalist Everett True. Careless… never used images issued by PRs or record companies, instead insisting on shooting every act featured in the magazine, so the photos in Gullick’s exhibition are rare items indeed.

Artists featured in the exhibition include Mogwai, Nick Cave, Madlib, Erase Errata, Will Oldham, Scout Niblett, Liars, The Dirtbombs, Bright Eyes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Songs: Ohia, The Kills, Oneida, Detroit Cobras, Young People, The Gossip, Mark Lanegan, The Icarus Line, Devendra Banhart, Josh T. Pearson, Estelle, TV On The Radio, The Hunches, Todd, Har Mar Superstar, Cat Power, Plush, Comets On Fire, Part Chimp, The Drones, Akron Family and Daniel Johnston.

‘The Photography of Steve Gullick’ is open from 11am to 7pm between August 5-8 at ATP Terminal, opposite Rough Trade in Shoreditch.

Check out Georgina Cook’s ace photos from the last ever ATP holiday camps and see more snaps from the legendary alt.festival.

Neon Jungle 'no comment' over claims they covered Banks song without artist's knowledge
Jul 31, 2014 6:42am | NME
Version of 'Waiting Game' appears on girl band's debut album 'Welcome To The Jungle'

'Guardians of the Galaxy' - soundtrack secrets revealed
Jul 31, 2014 6:40am | NME
Director James Gunn talks classic rock

Lostprophets members could have been 'groomed' by Ian Watkins, says child abuse expert
Jul 31, 2014 6:36am | NME
NSPCC says that the band could have been convinced into believing the former frontman was innocent

Alt-Fest organisers are 'dealing with extremely challenging issues' amid cancellation rumours
Jul 31, 2014 6:06am | NME
Marilyn Manson, Gary Numan and The Cult are due to headline Kettering metal festival

Jamie T unveils five new songs on UK comeback tour
Jul 31, 2014 5:55am | NME
The singer debuted material from his forthcoming new album 'Carry On The Grudge'

Ballroom, Joy Orbison and classic rap: the weeks best free mixes
Jul 31, 2014 5:33am | Fact Magazine

Each week, FACTs Mixtape Round-Up trawls through the untamed world of free mixes, radio specials and live blends so you dont have to.

Weve now decided to break this into two features: the weeks Best Free Mixes (think Soundcloud, Mixcloud) and the weeks Best Mixtapes (think DatPiff, LiveMixtapes). Naturally, therell always be some level of crossover between the two, but for now weve split the columns up, with Mixes running every Thursday, and Mixtapes every Friday.

This week’s another corker, and we’re pleased to present a death-defying blend of styles: classic US hip-hop, a UK-US club communion, sizzling ballroom and plenty more.

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