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Watch Arctic Monkeys debut new song
May 23, 2013 8:16am | Cosequence Of Sound
In anticipation of their appearance at this weekend’s Sasquatch! Music Festival, Arctic Monkeys performed a warm-up show last night at the Ventura Theater in Ventura, CA. The band opened their set with a new song, a slow churner titled “Do I Wanna Know?”, which seems to pick up right where 2011′s Suck It and See left off. Needless to say, the band is probably big fans of
Kitsuné Club Night returns to London for a special summer party with Lindstrøm and more
May 23, 2013 8:08am | Fact Magazine
Party like the sun’s shining at Shoreditch’s Village Underground on June 22.
Influential French label Kitsuné are bringing their hugely successful Club Night back to London this summer, and line-up is making us think there might even be some sunshine to go along side it (we should be so lucky). Headed up by acclaimed Norwegian nu-disco pioneer Lindstrøm, the list goes from strength to strength with appearances from Kitsuné veterans Gildas & Jerry Bouthier, LA disco rockers Classixx, fidgety Kitsuné faves Punks Jump Up and fresh Gallic talent Pyramid.
Phew, it might be a pretty long list of names, but knowing Kitsuné they’ll make sure it’s a blissful affair, and promising to bring the sun, sea and sounds to grey old Shoreditch you’ve got to hand it to ‘em – they’re doing the Lord’s work.
For more information and tickets head here.
Black Sabbath's Tony Iommi speaks out about negotiations with Bill Ward
May 23, 2013 8:05am | NME
Guitarist says talks came to an end after he was diagnosed with cancer
Bureau B to reissue pair of vintage Conrad Schnitzler LPs
May 23, 2013 8:02am | Fact Magazine
Krautrock figurehead Conrad Schnitzler might have passed away in 2011, but his influence continues to percolate.
Training under Joseph Beuys, Schnitzler dipped in and out of some of the most iconic German outfits of the 1970s, working with Kluster, Tangerine Dream and his own Eruption outfit. His thrumming electronic music is often fingered as a crucial link in the DNA of techno and synth wave, and celebrated electronic artists have correspondingly paid tribute; he was “reconfigured” in a 2011 remix set from Ricardo Villalobos and Max Loderbauer. Those seeking to scrub up on his life and times were given a lifeline last year in the form of Vinyl On Demand’s ConTainer T1-12: 1971-1983 – an eight disc vinyl box set surveying his 1970/1980s purple patch.
Productive archivists Bureau B are just about to reissue two hard-to-find Schnitzler albums dating back to 1981. Contempora is an expansive compendium of short sketches and half formed pieces, composed on EMS Synthi A and Korg MS10 synthesisers. Conrad And Sohn, meanwhile, is a cosy split LP with his son Gregor; the father handles Side A, the son is represented on the flip.
Both records have been expanded for the occasion. The vinyl edition of Contempora now features eight new tracks, with the CD edition boasting one extra track. The CD edition of Conrad And Sohn, meanwhile, n...
Watch The National Play Colbert
May 23, 2013 8:00am | StereoGum
Last night, a night after they served as musical guests on Letterman, the National returned to TV, bringing their debonair and sophisticated gloom-rock to The Colbert Report. On Letterman, though, nobody expected them to sit for an interview. And on Colbert, the clearly nervous-as-fuck singer Matt Berninger had to speak on camera to Stephen Colbert, who proceeded to murder him for being a boring interview. (For the record, I’ve interviewed Berninger before, and I found him to be a delightful talker. But he probably wasn’t nervous to talk to me.)
The band got a chance to redeem themselves, though, when they played the stately, surging Trouble Will Find Me track “Graceless” and then, as an online bonus, also charged through the single “Sea Of Love.” The Colbert website is having some embedding issues right now, but you can watch the full episode here. (The interview is the third segment, and the song is the fourth.) Check out the “Sea Of Love” performance below.
Hooded Fang unveil new video for 'Ode to Subterrania'
May 23, 2013 7:48am | NME
Canadian garage band premiere their new promo on NME.COM
Arctic Monkeys perform brand new track
May 23, 2013 7:46am | Fact Magazine
Sheffield rockers Arctic Monkeys return with new material.
It’s been a while since we heard from the Arctic Monkeys, but they appeared for the first time in over a year in California last night, and quite surprisingly debuted a brand new track. Entitled ‘Do I Wanna Know?’ we would assume that it’s been plucked from their heavily rumoured but as-yet-unconfirmed 2013 album.
The track is a ragged, druggy slow-burner, hardly an obvious choice to lead into a new phase, but definitely an interesting one from a band that don’t appear to have much interest in being swept in by the regular musical tide. We could even say it almost sounds stylistically linked to previous collaborator Josh Homme’s
Houndstooth announce EP from new Al Tourettes side project, Second Storey
May 23, 2013 7:25am | Fact Magazine
Halfway into their maiden year, Fabric’s label venture Houndstooth have announced details of HTH009.
Co-ordinated by Rob Booth of Electronic Explorations, Houndstooth has thrown its lot behind artists experimenting with darker strains of house, techno and drum’n'bass. Thus far, we’ve been furnished with an opening salvo from Objekt cohort and FACT mixer Call Super; King Cannibal side project House Of Black Lanterns released the varied Kill The Lights full-length; Dave Clarke’s went covert with the brooding _Unsubscribe_ project; and new material has also dropped from
Watch The National on The Colbert Report
May 23, 2013 7:18am | Cosequence Of Sound
It’s been a whirlwind of a month for The National. In support of their Top Star-earning new album, Trouble Will Find Me, the band has appeared on Fallon and Letterman, participated in a Reddit AMA, performed
Watch John Fogerty and Dawes perform together on Letterman
May 23, 2013 7:17am | Cosequence Of Sound
Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty
Matthew Dear announces only London show of 2013
May 23, 2013 7:00am | Fact Magazine
May 31 will see baritone techno head Matthew Dear touching down for his sole UK show of 2013.
In order to celebrate their 1st birthday, promoters Peculiar will bring the Texan to an as-yet-unannounced London venue for an headline set. These days, Dear’s main gig is turning out romantic electro-pop under his own name, but he’s long earned his stripes as a techno producer. Whether working as False, Jabberjaw or, most notably, Audion, he’s proved a dab hand at switching between hard-edged 4×4 and softer fare. Backing up the Ghostly boss? Holic and Womb Tokyo selector Tomoki Tamura and Peculiar regular Ibellini.
Tickets and further information are available here. [via Resident Advisor]
Mick Jagger says a Rolling Stones setlist created by Twitter users would be too 'obscure'
May 23, 2013 7:00am | NME
Frontman says that online followers want too many rare songs at gigs
Watch KiNK go Against the Clock for FACT TV
May 23, 2013 6:24am | Fact Magazine
If FACT TV has taught us one thing, its that our readers (or, erm, viewers) like to see how musicians make things.
Egyptian Lover playing his Roland TR-808 live through a hotel alarm clock is the most popular episode we
New grime night Boxed returns this Friday with Slackk, Logos, Mr. Mitch and more
May 23, 2013 6:14am | Fact Magazine
New London grime night Boxed returns this Friday, May 24, at Brixton’s Plan B.
Focused on the current wave of promising grime producers – and there are a lot of them, check Boxed resident Slackk’s monthly mixes for proof – and firmly repping South London despite a recent excursion to Shoreditch’s Plastic People, this edition of Boxed will feature residents Slackk, Mr. Mitch, Logos and Oil Gang – recently picked as one of our labels to watch in 2013 – alongside Flex FM DJ Grandmixxer.
You can check out full details of the night, plus win a competition to blag guestlist, vinyl and more, here.
Daft Punk reveal plans to release their own remix of 'Get Lucky' next month
May 23, 2013 5:59am | NME
French duo tell Pete Tong they are working on mixes of 'Random Access Memories' tracks
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