Yesterday was a disgusting day in New York, and this is coming from someone whose favorite season is winter: wet coldness due to the obnoxiously persistent rain, and a particularly bone-cutting kind of wind (especially if you were, like me, near the East River). Given that, spending the day indoors, at an afternoon showcase at [...]
Ty Dolla $ign reads and responds to comments about his “Or Nah” video. Previously: Dej Loaf ft. Remy Ma & Ty Dolla $ign – Try Me (Remix)
Klaxons have been kicking around the music world since 2005, at the height of something called New Rave, when every young band in Britain seemed to be playing spunky, angular, dance-infused indie rock. Along with Bloc Party and the Arctic Monkeys, Klaxons were one of the best of them. They’ve accumulated a strong discography over [...]
Johnny Marr just released a new album, Playland, and Noel Gallagher just announced that he’s got a new album due out in March 2015, Chasing Yesterday, on which Marr will appear. So it doesn’t come as a huge surprise that Noel showed up at London’s Brixton Academy to join Marr onstage for a pair of [...]
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week, we’re picking some of our favorite songs about cowboys. Like Sean, I grew up in Texas and listened to a lot of George Strait and Randy Travis (unlike Sean, I actually liked them). Show More Summary
Los Angeles native Carl Madison Burgin a.k.a. electronic producer Sahy Uhns is set to drop his latest LP on November 4. Courtship Dances is the follow-up to Burgin’s 2011 debut, An Intolerant Disdain of Underlings. Both records bearShow More Summary
The latest from Mark Berry.
In preparation for a show at Brooklyn's Masonic Temple on November 10th. Read more articles like "Listen: The Antlers – “Doppelgänger” (Daniel Lanois Anti-Thesis Remix)" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Listen: The Antlers – “Doppelgänger” (Daniel Lanois Anti-Thesis Remix) appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Sleater-Kinney have added a 2nd NYC reunion show at Terminal 5. The new date is on sale now!...
Kim Wilson with obigatory great band... “Everything Is Gonna Be Alright”
Maxwell's in 2013 (more by Matt Schiels) Hoboken venue Maxwell's closed as a music club in 2013 only to be sold and re-opened as a bar/restaurant earlier this year. When we last posted, we mentioned the new owners aren't ruling...
Plus, hear frontman Colin Meloy busk a new song titled "Make You Better".
Maco comes through with part 2 of his Live Life series, and this time around he’s got Cardo handling all of the production. Johnny Cinco and Jerz guest on the 7-track project which you can stream in its entirety below. Previously: OG Maco – All In 2
Great news from The Lol Goodman Band, we are pleased to announce that keyboard legend Rod Mayall, John Mayall’s brother, has officially joined us for live gigs. Since Rod’s involvement on our second album, “Tautology”, we have been keen for Rod to agree to join the band permanently, which he now has. Rod’s pedigree stretches […]
Though I haven’t had a chance to check out these guys playing live yet, they are getting rave reviews including being listed in Rolling Stone Country’s “10 New Artists You Need to Know.” They play an in-store set at 2 PM. NPR’s Ann Powers...Show More Summary
Did you catch the reference? Yup, to one of Queen’s album tracks that we know by heart from their greatest album, “A Night At The Opera.” “I’m In Love With My Car”…my favorite lyric is “string back gloves in my automolove”…how’d Roger Taylor come up with this stuff? And I can’t get the song out […] The post I’m In Love With My Tires appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
“King Machine I” by Danish experimental duo Vannesa Amara (Birk Gjerlufsen Nielsen and Victor Kjellerup Juhl) is a work of post-modern classical music; a noise ballad; a technocracy’s decline imagined as sound; an artificial intelligence’s...Show More Summary
Review for WILLE AND THE BANDITS @ The New Continental, Preston – 19.10.14 http://www.willeandthebandits.com/ A treat was in store for the audience this evening at the versatile venue of the New Continental in Preston. Opening the show were Spiral Scouts, a five piece who are a collective band, playing popular folk with songs penned by […]