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Nick Offerman Stars in The Decemberists’ New Video, “Make You Better”

The first music video from What A Terrible World, What A Beautiful World Read more articles like "Nick Offerman Stars in The Decemberists’ New Video, “Make You Better”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Nick Offerman Stars in The Decemberists’ New Video, “Make You Better” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.

Feature: These Rhythms Still Have Relevance

by J Beige • November 2014 Below are two musical moments, 30 years apart yet geographically proximate. In one, a striking choir of South Wales miners joins in song with the experimental wallopings of “industrial” ensemble Test Dept,Show More Summary

? Listen: The Courtneys - “Mars Attacks (featuring Young Braised)”

The Courtneys are a self-procliamed “sun drenched flying nun influenced pop” band from the Vancouver scene, which seems to be killing it in a number of genres as of late. Onto the track: my initial impression here is a strong Best Coast...Show More Summary

The Decemberists share "Make You Better" video starring Nick Offerman (watch)

You may have already heard The Decemberists' new single, "Make You Better" from their new album, What a Terrible World, What a Beautiful World, but you can now check out the video. It stars their old Parks & Rec...

James Blake’s new album might feature Kanye West, is out next Spring

Summer Jam 2k15 courtesy of James Blake + Kanye? Read more articles like "James Blake’s new album might feature Kanye West, is out next Spring" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post James Blake’s new album might feature Kanye West, is out next Spring appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.

Graded on a Curve: Abelardo Barroso, Cha Cha Cha

The name Abelardo Barroso sits at the very beginning of the Cuban record industry. 78 rpm discs captured him, and a sheer talent for performance insured his fame. By the mid-‘50s Barroso’s renown had withered, but through a convergence of circumstances he returned to the limelight. Show More Summary

Glyn Johns: The TVD Interview

Glyn Johns’ career as an engineer and producer has been so successful that it almost seems like a Hollywood script. To tick off his list of collaborators is to name many of the most influential artists of the rock era: The Beatles, The...Show More Summary

Aubrey Preston Reveals Studio A Plans; CMA Presents Research Findings; New Music Videos

2 days agoMusic / Country : The 9513

Aubrey Preston, the new owner of Studio A, discusses his plans for the building in an interview with The Tennessean’s Nate Rau: The first step, which will be consummated on Dec. 31 when Preston’s nonprofit group AMT Trust closes on the...Show More Summary

Here’s What Jennifer Lawrence’s Singing Voice Really Sounds Like In ‘Mockingjay’

HordesofHungerGamesfanshavebeenstormingthetheaterthisweekendtowatchthefirsthalfofthefinalinstallmentinthetrilogyandalready,oneofthemosttalkedaboutscenes—besidesthatdisturbingending—isonethatstarJenniferLawrencedidn’twantanyonetosee.Show More Summary

METZ, Protomartyr, Nots, and Sleepies were the "top secret" bands at Death by Audio's second-to-last night (pics, video); no hints for tonight's last-ever DbA show

by Bill Pearis METZ @ DbA 11/21/2014 (photos by @jon_yi and @qbertplaya) Protomartyr @ DbA 11/21/2014 It is cliche and hyperbole to say a band destroyed a place, but it's a very apt word for what Toronto's METZ did to...

Watch Peter Gabriel Debut New Song “What Lies Ahead” In Italy

Recent Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Peter Gabriel debuted a new song at a show in Torino, Italy on Thursday night. It’s apparently called “What Lies Ahead” and it opened the acoustic portion of his Back To Front tour. This is Gabriel’s first original song since the Oscar-nominated WALL•E theme “Down To Earth” [...]

FUNKIFY YOUR LIFE #12 - 10/23/2014

The weekly show: Thursdays at 1:00 PM and Fridays at 9:00 PM on KRVS 88.7 FM Lafayette/Lake Charles, and online at krvs.org. You can hear a podcast of this show and previous episodes on the station’s website under “Programs” anytimeShow More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: Someone mashed up Lisa Loeb’s “Stay” and Sam Smith’s “Stay With Me”

For many Internet mash-up artists, it’s simply enough if two song titles share a word to create a fusion of the two. And for many Internet mash-ups, this is a god awful premise for creating something good, interesting, or even tolerable. Show More Summary

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