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Whoa! Listen to Daft Punk's Japanese Bonus Track, 'Horizon'...
May 21, 2013 4:42pm | The Daily Swarm
Oh boy! Did you think all the Random Access Memories hoopla was over already? Shame on you! “Horizon” is a cinematic, dreamscape off of the Japanese version of RAM. It’s pretty grand in scale and quite beautiful. It’s making us seriously consider ordering RAM from the Land of the Rising Sun. Via Consequence of Sound:
Listen to Diarrhea Planet
May 21, 2013 4:30pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Nashville rockers Diarrhea Planet, the only act our own Alex Young may love as much as Kanye West, have released “Separations”, the lead single off their forthcoming sophomore LP, I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams. While the band’s four guitarists usually bring enough ferocity to level a city block, this latest cut is a little more subdued, a grimy pop-punk ballad of low, rumbling riffs, shouting harmonies, and lead vocals like singer’s purposefully trying to make his throat bleed.
I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams is due out sometime this summer via Infinity Cat. The line starts behind Mr. Young.
Relive reason #44 why the band both rock and roll by catching the replay of their recent cover of “Born To Run” alongside Titus Andronicus’ Patrick Stickles.
R.I.P. Ray Manzarek
May 21, 2013 4:24pm | CMJ
Listen to Cass McCombs
May 21, 2013 4:23pm | Cosequence Of Sound
Since 2011′s double dose of Wit’s End and Humor Risk, the output from singer-songwriter Cass McCombs has been relegated to just a few singles (the poignant “If You Loved Me Before” and the “Bradley Manning” tribute single).
This summer, he’ll continue with another one-off release in “Three Men Sitting On A Hollow Log”, part of a split 7″ with fellow troubadour Michael Hurley. McCombs’ latest is slightly more rollicking than his recent fare, with his folksy drawl just a singin’ some words that Pete Seeger might be fond of over some jolly interplay between an electric and an acoustic guitar. Listen in below.
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McCombs’ “Three Men Sitting On A Hollow Log” b/w Hurley
Peter Hook & the Light performing New Order's 'Movement' and 'Power, Corruption & Lies' on tour (dates)
May 21, 2013 4:23pm | Brooklyn Vegan
As mentioned, Peter Hook and his band The Light have moved on from performing Joy Division albums in full to now doing the first two New Order albums, 1981's Movement and 1983's Power, Corruption and Lies. He actually sang lead on two Movement songs, so maybe it's slightly less outrageous as it first sounds. He's just announced a North American tour of that which stops in NYC on September 13 at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show go on sale Wednesday (5/22) at noon.
Meanwhile, his former bandmates are touring as actual New Order this summer, including their NYC stop at Williamsburg Park on July 24 with Holy Ghost! Tickets to that show are still available.
All Peter Hook & the Light tour dates are listed below.
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May 21, 2013 4:14pm | StereoGum
The first time I ever saw Jacques Greene DJ, he spun Mya’s overlooked, Nicki Minaj-featuring slinker “Ponytail.” Throwing that out there made it clear he had been committed to pop-R&B at a young age, but is also ordained to keeping things on the dancefloor vibe sultry but still party-primed. Tom Krell, bka How To Dress Well’s work is also clearly indebted to a youthful eduction in Tevin Campbell, Whitney Houston, and the like. And while the electronic elements of his output tend toward the more experimental side, this is a union that works because it’s hinged on their shared interest in music that makes you swoon. It would be reductive to call it “Climax 2.0″ but it’s making swell my heart in the same way — with yearning falsettos, an uncertain love narrative, and luxurious electronics. Check it out below.
Is Twitter #Music Officially DOA?
May 21, 2013 4:09pm | The Daily Swarm
It’s been a month since Twitter launched the #Music app and the outlook doesn’t look too good. The app sits at the 113th slot on the top free iOS music apps. To say the app is struggling would be an understatement. To put it in perspective – after years on the market, Spotify and Pandora still occupy the top two spots; something called Sing! Karaoke is at #9. Via Hypebot:
However, was it a costly mistake? Not really, according to Russell Brandom. Via The Verge:
Josh Ritter & Felice Bros @ Terminal 5 (pics, videos, setlist)
May 21, 2013 4:05pm | Brooklyn Vegan
photos by Robert Altman
Josh Ritter @ Terminal 5 - 5/18/13
In "Lights," the concluding track of Josh Ritter's new album The Beast In Its Tracks, Ritter sings "Every heart on Earth is dark half the time," an apt line that seems to sum up Ritter's unique brand of potent folk/rock and poetic lyric. Ritter, a realistic romantic, paints extraordinary love songs with settings that range from an Egyptian tomb to a government controlled missile silo, but balances these resplendent short stories with tales of lost love and regret. The heart is dark half the time.Josh Ritter and The Felice Brothers just wrapped up a tour they were on together in NYC over the weekend at Terminal 5 (5/18). Pictures and videos of both bands, plus Josh Ritter's setlist from the show are in this post.
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David Bowie's bass player Trevor Bolder dies aged 62
May 21, 2013 4:03pm | NME
Bolder also played with Uriah Heep and Wishbone Ash
Oklahoma City Radio Jumps Into Action After Disaster...
May 21, 2013 3:46pm | The Daily Swarm
In the wake of the tragedy in Oklahoma – the tornado has claimed at least 24 lives, including nine children – radio stations have taken up a new role as the donation-driving information hub of the area. KJYO even switched formats from Mainstream Top 40; simulating their sister station NewsTalk 1000 KTOK to help the community in any way they can. Via “Billboard Biz“:
listen to a new Jacques Greene song w/ How to Dress Well
May 21, 2013 3:45pm | Brooklyn Vegan
by Andrew Sacher
Montreal producer Jacques Greene is releasing a new EP, On Your Side, digitally on June 3 via LuckyMe and physically on July 1. He's just released the title track, for which he lies down a gorgeous UK-garage style beat and How to Dress Well's Tom Krell croons over it with his characteristic R&B approach. It's a great track, and you can check it out below.
It's not the first time this year that How to Dress Well teamed up with a hot producer. HTDW was also just announced as one of the participators in this year's BAM Next Wave Festival.
Song stream below...
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Rock it Out! Blog:
May 21, 2013 3:40pm | Cosequence Of Sound
The Clash is releasing, according to guitarist Mick Jones, the “best box set ever”. But let’s be honest: in this age of streaming and downloading, box sets have to be really special before you consider making a purchase. On today’s Rock it Out! Blog, Sami wants to know what would make up your fantasy box set. What songs, rarities, or videos would need to be included or excluded for you to break open your wallet and buy a colossal compendium of music? Leave your wishlists down below.
Other headlines covered on today’s episode include the dates for Coachella 2014, whether System of a Down will record an album without Serj Tankian, and Sami pays tribute to The Doors’ Ray Manzarek.
Make sure to follow Rock it Out! Blog on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to its YouTube channel.
May 21, 2013 3:37pm | StereoGum
Wes Eisold describes the new Cold Cave A-side as, “Cool nihilism. Existential, groovy, psychedelia.” I think the former term fits “Black Boots” pretty well, insofar as it means anything at all. The latter, though? Sorry, but “existential, groovy, psychedelia” this is not. Maybe “DeLillo-esque, urban, goth”? Or “violent, subterranean, death-rock”? Or “pale, rigid, post-punk”? I dunno, I think I’m being thrown by the word “groovy” or something. Anyway, Eisold is back with another self-released 7″, which appears to be his chosen form for new Cold Cave material at present. It’s a good look for him: Such “bleak, focused, minimalism” is perhaps better appreciated in small doses. Listen.
Hear Daft Punk
May 21, 2013 3:35pm | Fact Magazine
Didn’t like Random Access Memories? There’s hope for you yet.
Daft Punk‘s latest album didn’t appeal to everyone, but don’t give up just yet as the Japanese release of Random Access Memories had a bonus track missing from the regular album release. Entitled ‘Horizon’ it’s possibly the least pop moment on the record, and without guest vocalist or even vocoders the duo recline in a haze of 80s-era Tangerine Dream lens flare.
It’s a fitting end to an album that’s not afraid to wear its yacht rock influences on its sleeve, and we’re kind of miffed it didn’t make it onto the international LP.
Take a listen here. [via Consequence of Sound]
The Flamin' Groovies touring with Chris Wilson in the band for first time since 1981 (2 NYC shows included)
May 21, 2013 3:31pm | Brooklyn Vegan
Following a quick romp through Japan and Australia, San Francisco legends the Flamin' Groovies played a hastily arranged show in their hometown this past weekend--the first time this version of the band has played locally since 1981.And following a successful hometown show, San Francisco powerpop legends The Flamin' Groovies, now with 3/5ths of the "Shake Some Action" lineup back in action, are going on tour. While a full announcement hasn't been made, Flamin' Groovies will play two shows in the NYC-area: Bowery Ballroom on July 6 and Maxwell's on July 7. Tickets to Bowery and tickets to Maxwell's go on sale Wednesday (5/22) at noon.
Check out a Spotify stream of Flamin' Groovies' Shake Some Action below...
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