The new Rick Owens Men’s RTW collection made a lot of noise in Paris this week for it’s full frontal fashion. And the soundtrack was just as ballsy, courtesy of none other than FG’s own Bames, who were enlisted by Rick to create custom extended mixes of their DRTY BWTY tracks “Sippin” and “Posted” for […]
We have a nice long weekend upcoming and their is no shortage of cold in most parts of the United States. Which makes it a great weekend to stay inside and binge watch new shows on Netflix. And this February it has been a great month...Show More Summary
A bunch of indie-psych bands got together to pay tribute to one of rock's longest-running bands for Stoned - A Psych Tribute To The Rolling Stones, which came out this week via Cleopatra Records (order yours). The comp features...
Sounds like: Kygo, Autograf, Good Life Song: Hozier - Take Me To Church (Lil'Strong Remix) What's so good? "Take Me To Church" by Hozier is one of those songs that you either love or hate. Perhaps you used to love it and now hate it,...Show More Summary
It seems appropriate that Max Piff and Ghibli’s remix of QT’s song to advertise an energy drink has some croony, white boy vocals (and quasi rap!) added on top of it; this version is as syrupy as the original is Airheads candy sweet....Show More Summary
Dear Friends, This is a message to you we are very sorry for... On January 20th, Tuesday afternoon, Edgar Froese suddenly and unexpectedly passed away from the effects of a pulmonary embolism in Vienna. The sadness in our hearts is....
New artists and styles come and go with each passing year. That new wave you thought was poppin’ just six months ago has already been replaced by a new sound (or something rehashed). Producers have become the hit-makers and rarely does an act or group claim the attention of hip-hop’s audience for very long. It’s […]
by Bill Pearis Crosss Canadian heavy psych riffmongers Crosss are gearing up for a short East Coast tour next month that has them dropping below the border for two NYC shows: February 21 at Cake Shop with Toronto's Cellphone and...
Cozz joins fellow LA artist Mani Coolin on “Free My Mind”, the latest release from Mani’s upcoming Hope4TheYouth project, due in March. Check out a new Cozz joint on the L.A. Leakers’ 2015 Draft Picks mixtape that just dropped, and read out Next Up piece here in case you missed it. Previously: Cozz – Toca […]
Yup. The title ain’t lying to you: SCARY MOMENTS II is the second audio nightmare by n. brennan. Wait, I’m not actually sure if it’s the SECOND audio nightmare, but I’m definitely using audio nightmare in a descriptive way, and not negatively. Show More Summary
Pioneering electronic musician suffered a pulmonary embolism.
Another vibey release from Vancouver producer / #WhiteNoiseVancouver founder Pat Lok today – this time he remixes Australian band Gold Fields’ latest single “Hold Me.” Catch him with The Knocks Feb 13 @ The Electric Owl.
Grand Lake Islands has a new album out this week called Song From Far. The band is led by Portland-based Erik Emnauelson. Emanuelson was compelled to make the move to Portland from Brooklyn partly out of the romantic nature of home of Elliott Smith and partly to get away from the manic pace of NY. [...]
A few weeks ago, Mirror Kisses released a video for his track “Keep A Secret” that spliced together footage from Hackers, and I mentioned that George Clanton (the man behind Mirror Kisses) could easily play a role in the film. Mirror Kisses sounds like what everyone in the second half of the 20th century thought [...]
photos by Sean Madden "Last night was really incredible for us...much luv to all you who came out, and to our friends @kevinmorby & Nude Beach, thank you xx" - Amen Dunes ".@AmenDunes delivered a trance like performance tonight at.....
Remember when we used to argue about Days of the New? This was back in the mid-nineties when Geffen Records was the king of rock, just before that format imploded and so did the label. Before videos were all about the production and not the music, before rap went on a victory lap. It’s almost […] The post Rhinofy-Shelf in the Room appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
My youthful travels—bounded by the meager means I possessed for escape: junker cars, slender bank accounts, impoverished imagination—never took me as far as I desired or dreamed. In our junior year of high school, a friend and I concluded one night that instead of doing homework we needed to see the ocean, so we lit out for Rhode Island in his parents’ Ford Country Squire.
The Lincoln Center Festival schedule is out and, as usual, it has lots of goodies for new music lovers. The festival opens with Danny Elfman’s music from the films of Tim Burton, July 6-12. Expect lots of fans dressed as Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorshands and, alas, Batman. Of more interest to the hardcore, the Queens-based […]