Having just turned 19 at the beginning of the year, 2013 was definitely a year of shows for me. I managed to attend more shows this year than […] Related posts: Tyler, The Creator – Wolf [Album Review] Best of 2013: Icarus’ Picks Best of 2013: StatiK’s Picks
In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well—some inspired by a weekly theme and some not, but always songs worth hearing. This week, in honor of our best films of 2013, songs we discovered through movies....Show More Summary
by Doug Moore Metallica at the Apollo Theater, 2013 (more by PSquared Photography) You may remember Metallica setting the highly-sought-after world record for "rock band that has played on the most continents" a few weeks back by playing a gig...
The richly evocative soul singer and SBTRKT collaborator Sampha had a big look this year via a pair of Drake duets, the sublime non-album track “The Motion” and the also-sublime Nothing Was The Same deep cut “Too Much.” (They debuted the latter, which was built from Sampha’s pre-existing piano ballad of the same name, on [...]
Highlighting a more chill side to Gibbs.
Read about BBC Introducing in the West's two hour visualised radio show featuring an interview with BBC Introducing graduate Gabrielle Aplin.
The Coen brothers' faux folk music film, Inside Llewyn Davis, gets a wide release today, so now seems like a good time to watch star Oscar Issac perform a folksy take on Katy Perry's pop hit "Roar." The actor stopped by Late Night With...Show More Summary
On the soundtrack to the new movie Anchorman 2, Will Ferrell, in character as newscasting legend Ron Burgundy, teams up with Robin Thicke, of all people, to cover Christopher Cross’s 1980 yacht-rock nugget “Ride Like The Wind.” And on last night’s episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, Ferrell, still in character, emerged from a dry-ice cloud [...]
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Self-Released 2013 "We are the propane kiss, the potent acid spray and we're burning it down, burn it all down. Decimation Baby". Those are the self-penned words of Stiletto Farm and truer words have seldom been spoken friends. ThisShow 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...
Harvard Magazine profiles poet Robert Frost through his letters. In the first episode of Dazed's "New Music Cities" video series, Richard Hell explores underground New York music. 39 online year-end "best books of 2013" lists were added to the master...
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Arcade High, Com Truise Song: Futurecop! - Superheroes (Ft. Kristine) [download here] What's so good? There are few websites that can make me as happy as that of the British dream pop duo...Show More Summary
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Lapalux, Kaytranada, Snakehips Song: Chloe Martini - Temptation [download here] What's so good? Warsaw’s Chloe Martini is a rising producer of sexy slow jams. At the age of 20, this lady is working some magic with her beats. “Temptation” is a rehash of the 90s jam “Weak” by SWV. Show More Summary
Vattnet Viskar at SXSW 2013 (more by Greg Cristman) Browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows. Here are some highlights... The Breeders, Speedy Ortiz @ Webster Hall Indie rock vets have been celebrating their sophomore LP...
“Love To Love You Baby,” the swirling and endless 1975 sex-disco classic, is one of the most iconic songs that Donna Summer made with producer Giorgio Moroder. Moroder and his recent protege Chris Cox recently remixed the track for the new remix compilation Love To Love You Donna, cranking up the dynaimcs so it’s more [...]
Hot Mosh is a new(ish) publication out of Sydney. Run by Fin Duggan and Emmeline Peterson, the humble zine features a whole host of point and shoot snaps documenting all the grot-glamour of local... The post GUEST: Hot Mosh appeared first on Who The Hell.
opinion by BRENDAN FRANK The Internet had –still has, I suppose– the potential to be… Read more articles like "Review: Childish Gambino – Because The Internet" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
The electronic music scene took a big step forward this past year. More than ever, it seems that one solid track is enough for an artist to break through to […] Related posts: Best of 2013: StatiK’s Picks Flume & Chet Faker – Drop The Game Best of 2013: Icarus’ Picks
Writing a preview for Truly’s upcoming show at Neumos Jan. 12 (it’s part of the 10th/20th anniversary celebration for that club and its predecessor, Moe) reignited my infatuation with their mid-'90s song “I Hit Ignition.” A B-side cut...Show More Summary