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Aotearoa are strong once again with a new band making themselves known outside of Australasia, and they’re called Bad Blocks, who made a video to represent their new EP Circulate so they chose the title track, directed by Josh Prendeville, who is only 19 but has his eyes set for the future. Bad Blocks – […]
The frenetic energy of Girlpool’s “Blah Blah Blah” and the deep, bluesy grooves of “Jane” originally drew my attention to the L.A. duo, but their new single “Chinatown” veers off in a different direction. The track has a slower, sweeping pace, and the video of Harmony Tividad and Cleo Tucker goofing off in the song’s [...]
Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, Globe Theatre A Restoration Tempest; devised and directed by Elizabeth Kenny, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Watson, Scott, Boden, Logan, Tyrrell, Cookson, Sinclair-Knopp, staged by Caroline WilliamsShow More Summary
Björk teams up with Venezuelan phenom Arca and delivers her most devastating and luxuriant record since Homogenic. Read more articles like "Big Time Emotionality" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Big Time Emotionality appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Sugar Mountain comes to us revamped this year, after a 12-month hiatus. It has a new location at the VCA Southbank campus, where the extra space has allowed for a bigger line up than ever... The post Who the Hell’s Guide to Sugar Mountain appeared first on Who The Hell.
META HIP HOP from Eclectic Method on Vimeo. Regardless of your preferences to what era of hip-hop you enjoy more than others, you are likely to enjoy this. This is a musical collage of various hip-hop songs through the ages, which is then visualized for all to see. Together, it will provide a few flashbacks […]
Photo by Cayla McCrae When your press release says “Have you been taking your birth control? Good for you“, you know I’ll want to listen. In this case, it’s about a pop/R&B singkle named D. Wing, who wants to share his eclectic side along with his talents, and he has done it with his song […]
Now wait just a minute. I’m no clod. I know things. I know the moon is made of cheese, I know most barbers are really cobblers by trade who have had to adapt with the times, and I know I’ve already covered a mix SEENMR did for Dirty Tapes. Show More Summary
For him, there are a few basic steps that go into preparing for a successful show, some of which could be applicable to those trying to pump themselves for a big meeting or a big presentation. Here are a few.
It’s easy to get caught up in the stunning artwork and presentation of Portuguese based label A Giant Fern. They have such a grip on what visually works, that the actual content of their tapes can be looked over if you’re not careful. Show More Summary
Detroit three-piece Ritual Howls dropped their second album Turkish Leather on felte back in September. It’s a dark, hybrid thing, built on Morricone-esque riffs, hard-boiled lyrics, and big, crunchy drones that twist around industrial beats. Show More Summary
A few months ago, sardonic New York postpunkers Parquet Courts capped off a really, really great 2014 by releasing the quickie album Content Nausea under the name Parkay Quarts. The album, a bit punchier and more casual than the great Sunbathing Animal, is still full of the sort of sidelong hooks and endlessly quotable lyrics [...]
Singers at the 2012 Glyndebourne Academy photo credit David Illman In response to a lack of diversity amongst young singers, Glyndebourne has set up a scheme talented young singers help to pursue professional training. The Glyndebourne...Show More Summary
A-Trak’s new video for “Push,” a house track with a vocal from Miike Snow singer Andrew Wyatt, is a beautifully absurd piece of work. It depicts a party in which various different rich and stylish people, in varying states of undress, enjoy each other’s company at the sort of fancy dinner party that features guns [...]
20jazzfunkgreats loves the darkness. We’re named after a Throbbing Gristle album that was the last word in confrontational pop. We love Ike Yard, Blackest Ever Black, Black Rain and black holes. But sometimes we need to scrub our soul free of all that soul-grime, pour Ubik-strength bleach into our insides, retire to our pink and blue pop […]
A dimly flickering bulb pulsates exposed and burnt film upon the white-wall. Sirens and organs nearly melody together. Feignt singing breathes into and out of the room, while traffic and the ocean run their individual courses. That moment...Show More Summary
Full screen, full volume, right now, you and you: Well, that’s one way to get your industrial techno: No frills, no stereo, no dynamics. Just Boom. Pow. Boom. Pow. Boom. Pow. Boom. Pow. Boom. Pow. Knock. Knock. Knock. Knock. On. Your. Show More Summary
The Mekano Set It's the Mekano Set weekend on the Devil's blog. Today I give you the Liverpool band's recommendations for bands/artists that you should be checking out in 2015 and tomorrow an interview where they outline their challenging views on music, politics and the state of the world at the dawn of 2015. Show More Summary
Action Camp – You Don’t Even Know My Name (Official Music Video) from Eyes to the Sky Films on Vimeo. The folks in Action Camp may say “You Don’t Even Know My Name” but by getting familiar with their sound, you can change things around for them. The song is taken from their latest project […]