An eleven minute chunk of science-fiction music presented for Cottweiler's Autumn/Winter 2015 line. Read more articles like "Listen: Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst – “Recruit”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Listen: Holly Herndon and Mat Dryhurst – “Recruit” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
We first heard EULA’s enormous single “Noose” a few weeks ago, and James wrote about the way in which the Brooklyn-based band manages to formulate a sound so dark and fearsome that it somehow becomes inviting. It’s true that EULA’s music is incredibly evocative, but it’s not catchy. It’s hard to point to what exactly [...]
Master P touches on family life, working with Lil Wayne while dodging Cash Money questions, coming back to music, other business ventures he’s invested in, his brother Silkk, his kids’ careers, No Limit, past deals he’s struck, C-Murder’s incarceration, drops gems on business acumen and a lot more. Make sure to read our interview with […]
A surging, horizon-groping tune like Rocky Votolato’s latest single, “The Hereafter,” could only have come from a world-weary songwriting vet. Luckily, Votolato’s 15 years of productive recording and tireless performing make him exactly the scribe for the job. “The Hereafter” — which, like the rest of Votolato’s upcoming album Hospital Handshakes, was produced by former [...]
WordsByEmanuelVinson “EveryMoment”servesasasatisfyingupdateofJodeci’slegendarysound.Thesongeffortlesslycoastsbyonthegroup’scharacteristicallystrongvocals.Thustheir20-yearhiatusdoesn’tcomewithrustordesperategrabsforyoungerlisteners.DShow More Summary
In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Bret Easton Ellis, Kate Christensen, Kevin Brockmeier, George Pelecanos, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee...
by Bill Pearis King Khan & BBQ Show are back with their first album in five years, Bad News Boys, which will be out via In the Red on February 17. You can get a nibble via "Illuminations," a pretty...
Mourn are a teenage band from Barcelona who make stark, intense postpunk with a severe PJ Harvey influence. “Your Brain Is Made Of Candy” is the opening track from the band’s self-titled debut, and it’s an awesomely spidery basher. The song’s new video, from director Roger Guàrdia, is a portrait of the sort of young [...]
Our first taste from their upcoming Escape from Evil. Read more articles like "New: Lower Dens – “To Die in L.A.”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New: Lower Dens – “To Die in L.A.” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing...
Rush's 2015 arena tour was announced last week, and tickets for the whole tour go on sale at 10 AM local time this Friday (1/30). Meanwhile, tickets are on various presales now. The NYC stop happening June 29 at...
Following the success of 2011?s The SMiLE Sessions, Beach Boys frontman Brian Wilson is releasing a brand new album in April. The artwork above is for No Pier Pressure, which is Wilson’s 11th solo album and features a huge cast of collaborators, including both members of She & Him (M. Ward and Zooey Deschanel), country [...]
Sounds like: Jumping Back Slash, Detroit Swindle, The Friend Within, Kaytranada Song: Maramza - Game Grrrl What's so good? Following the success of Maramza's "Cut the Cake" is the release of his new mini-mixtape Changez. The five-track...Show More Summary
Der Weg Einer Freiheit (translated: “The Way of Freedom”) are a German black metal band that formed in 2008. In a blind taste test, though, I’d have guessed that they formed in Sweden circa 1994. That particular time and place gave rise to a lot of metal niches, but the one I’m thinking of here [...]
“We want to play music because we want to. We’re not seeking any ridiculous fame and fortune or anything like that. We just want our music to be heard and for people to like it. We’re trying to do something legitimate and artistic.” -The Rocketboys (Billboard Music Interview) Young, old, male, female; this band has that special […]
Canadian renegade pop trio Ain’t No Love release their brand new track as the third single from their forthcoming EP, Plummet, which is set for release via Warner Music in March 2015. For Cry […] Related posts: Ain’t No Love – Summa (prod. Birthday Boy) Carousel – My New Friend (Avenue Remix) Ain’t No Love – Fake Your Dreams [Original Video]
Masaya Ozaki’s bronze harmonics jut into the open room and get minced and toggled, leaving liver-spot holes in plain view that demand to be filled with the low-fidelity drone of a rising tide. Despite the gradual increase in volume and...Show More Summary
Plus, a US tour slated for this March.
Travi$ Scott was always bound for greatness. Who knew his greatness would fully manifest in the form of cow-wrangling, though? Not me, I’ll tell you that much. What with all his collaborating with Kanye West on Yeezus, as well as with Pusha T, Jay-Z, T.I., and his solo work, I sort of thought he’d stay strong with the hip-hop thing. Show More Summary
Snoop joins Makonnen on a remix of “21st Street”. Previously: ILOVEMAKONNEN – Super Clean