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Steve Byram
Apr 17, 2014 3:07am | Fact Magazine

LL Cool J, Radio, (Def Jam, 1985) 

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Apr 17, 2014 3:06am | Fact Magazine

Taz, Gold Tooth Grin (Numbers, 2010) 

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Apr 17, 2014 3:06am | Fact Magazine

Traxman, Da Mind of Traxman (Planet Mu, 2012)

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Zeke Clough
Apr 17, 2014 3:05am | Fact Magazine

Shackleton, Deadman (Honest Jon’s, 2011)

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Coldplay announce six 'intimate' shows
Apr 17, 2014 2:46am | NME
Band will perform short tour to promote new album 'Ghost Stories'

Sky Ferreira says her new video is not racist
Apr 17, 2014 12:22am | Brooklyn Vegan

The above picture comes from Sky Ferreira's new controversial video for "I Blame Myself", which is part music video, part an ad for what she is wearing, and part racist according to some. Sky defends herself in a Facebook letter that you can read under the video below...

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What's going on Thursday? (Loop, FKA twigs, I Break Horses, New York's Alright, Black Lips, Coathangers, Eaters & more)
Apr 16, 2014 11:15pm | Brooklyn Vegan

Loop / FKA twigs

You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...

Loop, Purling Hiss, Donovan Blanc @ Le Poisson Rouge
Existing for a barely five years, UK psych band Loop were one of the most perfectly-named bands ever. Rarely bothering with verse-chorus-verse song structure, the South London group took a riff and added layer upon layer till it had its own gravitational field. They were heavy, man, and got heavier as they went along. Loop are back in action and are stopping in NYC tonight on their way to Austin Psych Fest.

I Break Horses, River Consoles @ Mercury Lounge
The last time I Break Horses played Mercury Lounge main horsebreaker Maria Lindén was just about too sick to play. Let's hope for better health this time through NYC, as her second album of noisy/beautriful synthgaze is alluring.

Cloud Cult @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
Minnesota's orch-pop ensemble offer up "An evening with Cloud Cult," with two sets: one acoustic and one electric. There may be some visual arts being made during the show as well.

The Black Lips, Natural Child @ Webster Hall
Get greasy with two of garage rock's wilder acts: California's debaucherous Black Lips and Nashville's southern-fried Natural Child. Tickets are still available.

The Coathangers, Audacity, Ex-Humans, Weed @ Ba...

River Rocks announces 2014 free show lineup: Wild Beasts, Teenage Fanclub, Temples & more
Apr 16, 2014 7:19pm | Brooklyn Vegan

Temples @ Coachella last weekend (more by Dana [distortion] Yavin)

Hudson River Park's River Rocks returns to Pier 84 this summer for three Thursdays of free outdoor shows. The 2014 lineup leans decidedly Anglophilic: Wild Beasts (who were in NYC not that long ago) and Mutual Benefit will play on July 10; then it's Scotland's Teenage Fanclub (on their way to Merge 25, their first NYC show in four years) will play on July 24; and then on August 7 it's UK psych-pop combo Temples. Openers for the second two shows are still TBA. All River Rocks shows are free and all-ages. Doors open at 6 PM.

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Coachella reveals Weekend Two schedule
Apr 16, 2014 6:16pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Coachella returns this weekend for another go-around. With less than 48 hours to go, festival organizers have revealed the official schedule for weekend two. There’s nothing in the way of surprise additions (or cancelations). Rather, the biggest difference between the two weekends are a few changes in set times.

For example, OutKast and The Knife will both take the stage a half hour earlier on Friday night. Meanwhile, HAIM will play at 4:40 instead of 4:55, The Replacements will go on at 8:30 instead of 8:45 and Neko Case is set to take the stage at 5:55 instead of 6:15.

(Read: Coachella 2014 Weekend One: Top 15 Sets + Photos)

Several of Saturday’s big acts will take the stage a full five minutes earlier than last weekend, including Queens of the Stone Age, Lorde, Pharrell, MGMT, CHVRCHES, and Ty Segall.

The same is pretty much the case for Sunday, as Beck will play at 8:50 instead of 8:55 and Neutral Milk Hotel will go on at 6:30 instead of 6:35.

Check out the full day-by-day breakdown below.

Wu-Tang affiliated rapper Christ Bearer cut off his own penis (and then jumped off a building) (or so they say)
Apr 16, 2014 6:04pm | Brooklyn Vegan
A rapper affiliated with Wu-Tang Clan was rushed to the hospital early Wednesday after he cut off his penis and then jumped off a second story balcony in what police believe was a suicide attempt ... law enforcement sources tell TMZ.

Our sources say ... cops were called to an apartment building in North Hollywood at around 1:00 AM and found Christ Bearer -- aka Andre Johnson -- on the sidewalk critically injured.

Christ Bearer is a member of the rap group Northstar ... a group discovered by members of Wu-Tang Clan. Two members of a group Bearer collaborates with live in the same apartment building and tell TMZ they were there early this morning when Christ Bearer suddenly -- without warning -- cut off his penis and jumped off the balcony. They say they were not on "any hard drugs that would cause him to do such a thing."

The two men say they rushed downstairs and Christ Bearer had already jumped up and began screaming incoherently. [TMZ]

OUCH (hope he is ok!)

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Coachella 2014 day 3 in pics (Motorhead, Chance the Rapper, Little Dragon, Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Toy Dolls, Arcade Fire, more)
Apr 16, 2014 5:04pm | Brooklyn Vegan

photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin

Motörhead / Chance the Rapper / Little Dragon / Toy Dolls

However, Sunday's lineup thankfully featured some guitar-brandishing acts, besides Motörhead, who proved that rock is not dead at Coachella -- or in general. For instance, British punk veterans the Toy Dolls pulled a respectable crowd to the Mojave Tent (opposite the very different Calvin Harris's set) and kept a proper counter-clockwise, Doc-Martens-kicking-up-dust slam pit going at full churn throughout their high-energy performance. "Do you think I'm getting too old for this?" spiky-haired frontman Michael "Olga" Algar asked the crowd. It was likely a rhetorical question, but fans ceased their slam-dancing just long enough to shout back, "Noooooo!" - [Yahoo! Music]
The first weekend of Coachella 2014 wrapped up Sunday night (4/13) with dance music and Arcade Fire, but there was lots of other stuff going on too. Motörhead, with Lemmy back in action after some health issues, was there to show them how it's done and brought out Slash for a few songs; punk pranksters Toy Dolls and indie rock vets Superchunk both played a high energy set that would tire bands 20 years their junior; and Chicago's Chance the Rapper brought out, um, Jus...

Listen: Mastodons new song High Road
Apr 16, 2014 4:54pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Earlier this month, Mastodon announced details of their new album, Once More Around The Sun, their first full-length effort since 2011′s The Hunter. Today, “High Road”, the first single from the Atlanta metal mainstays, has surfaced online (via The PRP).

A burly, driving riff anchors the track, which features booming vocals, and a fist-raising chorus. Yes, it’s a Mastodon track. Listen in below.

The album was recorded in Franklin, Tennessee with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Deftones, Rush, Alice in Chains). Frontman Troy Sanders described the end result as 60-or-so minutes of “pure, authentic Mastodon.” He continued, A lot of people ask us if it kicks off where The Hunter left off. And to a large degree, I suppose yes. We recorded it and took it on the road with us, and then we headed back to our rehearsal space and started working out ideas. Ive had a lot of time to ingest this record, and its solid. Its a large slab of granite. Im once again completely proud of these guys.

In support of the upcoming record, which is set for a June release via Warner Bros. Records, the band will be on the road through mid-July. See their current schedule below.

Mastodon 2014 Tour Dates:
04/28 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox Sodo
04/29 Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
05/01 Oakland, CA @ Fox Theater
05/02 Los Angeles, ...

Watch: Queens of the Stone Age reunite with Nick Oliveri for first performance in 10 years
Apr 16, 2014 4:46pm | Cosequence Of Sound

Back in January 2004, after growing personal tensions finally boiled over, bassist Nick Oliveri was fired from Queens of the Stone Age. Fast forward to late 2012, and it seemed as if the animosity between Oliveri and frontman Josh Homme was finally on the mend. Oliveri invited Homme to guest on a Mondo Generator track, and then, later that spring, Homme invited Oliveri to contribute to the …Like Clockwork track “If I Had A Tail”.

Last night, they reunited once more, as Oliveri joined QOTSA during their gig at Portland’s Keller Auditorium, marking their first live show together in over a decade. While Oliveri didn’t resume his bass duties, he did sing lead on one of three encore tracks,  “You Think I Aint Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire”. Not only was it a fairly rocking rendition, but the band and Oliveri cemented their newly-reformed friendship with a spirited round of hugs. (Oliveri even seems to well up as he departs the stage.) Watch the fan-shot footage below (via Stereogum).

(Read: Queens of the Stone Age’s 20 Best Songs)

The reunion was the core highlight of a jam-packed, 21-song set, which included …Like Clockwork standouts (“Smooth Sailing, “The Vampyre Of Time And Memory”, and “Kalopsia”) alongside old favorites like “Feel Good Hit Of The Summer”, &...

Arcade Fire @ Coachella (pics, including Aaron Paul as Pope Francis bobblehead)
Apr 16, 2014 4:39pm | Brooklyn Vegan

Arcade Fire photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin, Aaron Paul photo via Scott Rodgers

We already posted day 1 pictures and day 2 pictures of the first weekend of Coachella 2014, and a set of day 3 is coming, but meanwhile here's pics of Arcade Fire's headlining set that day. We already talked about their set, including the fact that Blondie singer Debbie Harry joined them for a cover of her own band's "Heart of Glass" and stayed to sing backup on "Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)." We also mentioned that Barack Obama bobbleheads and Pope Francis bobbleheads (which debuted in Austin) joined them, but what we didn't know is the actual person wearing the Pope Francis bobblehead was Aaron Paul, aka Breaking Bad's Jesse Pinkman, who was one of the many celebrities at the festival. That's a picture of Jesse with the Pope bobblehead above, via CoS.

More pictures of Arcade Fire's Coachella set below...

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FACT on East Village Radio returns this Friday with special guest Dominick Fernow
Apr 16, 2014 4:39pm | Fact Magazine

The noise icon is FACT’s guest this Friday.

FACT’s US team will return to East Village Radio on Friday, April 18 from 6-8pm ET for their weekly radio show.

This week’s guest is Dominick Fernow, the man behind Prurient, Vatican Shadow, Hospital Productions and countless other projects in the noise world. So far in 2014, Hospital has already released music by L.I.E.S. boss Ron Morelli (with an album by Ninos Du Brasil due next week), and Fernow’s forthcoming album as Prurient promises to be unlike anything that has come before.”

Listen live at EVR or via one of their mobile apps. Until then, head to the archives to listen to past shows.

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