Strange bedfellows have once again joined forces in the name of Christmas.
Last we heard from Alex Zhang Hungtai, he was breaking news and our hearts via the dissolution of his long-running project Dirty Beaches, though he promised, via Twitter, “NEW PROJECTS NEW MUSIC COMING SOON 2015” (caps-lock his). Well,...Show More Summary
DJ Snake and Lil Jon’s song “Turn Down For What” is a fun, adrenaline-fueled ditty that has already been used in an Internet mash-up with Star Trek. The loud screaming of Lil Jon along with the propulsive beats of DJ Snake make it perfect for use in future middling comedies that will juxtapose it against incredibly stolid, bland, white people. Show More Summary
by Derek Smith • November 2014 Film festivals are fickle beasts. In L.A. in particular, the Hollywood apparatus demands its penance in the form of red carpets, studio debuts, and galas — the type of occasions that sadly have a stranglehold...Show More Summary
Marshall Mathers' biggest hit like you've never heard it before.
Nancy Pants - "Happy". Garbage dancer: foil, cereal box, yes ok some Christmas garlands. Sewer somersault, basement splits. Pogo and worm. Found some records in a milk-crate, "Louie Louie" and "Black Hole Sun", remember to wear gloves. Night sky's...
Sometimes, unreleased videos stay unreleased for a reason. Sometime in the last couple of years, Hostel director Eli Roth made a dark and disturbing video for Marilyn Manson. The video shows a freakish dinner party, an indiscriminate highway shooting, and, in a particularly nasty moment, Roth himself raping Lana Del Rey. During an interview with [...]
Taken from the band’s forthcoming Echo of Miles B-sides and rarities compilation.
I can’t decide if this is funny-funny or sad-funny: a producer from The Voice emailed Jason Isbell to see if he wants to audition for the show. Steve Earle & The Dukes will release a new album called Terraplane on New West Records February 17. Show More Summary
Controversial video was directed by Eli Roth.
The supergroup performs two songs of reimagined Bob Dylan lyrics.
Next week, Soundgarden will release the three-CD rarities collection Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path, which has already yielded the songs “Storm” and “Twin Tower.” One of the set’s unreleased songs is “Kristi,” a crushing riff-rocker that the band recorded during the sessions for their 1996 album Down On The Upside. According to [...]
As you may or not recall depending on the extent to which you, like me, were eight years old in 1996 when it came out, Ride disbanded off into the sunset on the occasion of their fourth and final full-length Tarantula. Ever since, aside...Show More Summary
Walker & the Texas Dangers may not be on your radar yet, but they will be. And you’ll be wishing you knew about them back when they were an unknown, motley, psycho pseudograss group. They’ve been “mildly impressing hipsters,” or so they...Show More Summary
Genesis Hull Who Feels It, Knows It [Duppy Gun Productions; 2014] by C Monster Rating: Some brief history: Duppy Gun Productions spun out of Icon Give Thank — the ninth volume of RVNG Intl.’s FRKWYS series — where Sun Araw & M. Geddes Gengras [met] The Congos. Show More Summary
It has been five years since The Black Ryder released their debut album, and yet they have been writing and creating music for their follow-up as soon as it was finished. Fans who have been waiting will have to wait another year, or at least they’ll have to wait a few more months into the […]
In A Desert Of Plenty from Geoffrey Knecht on Vimeo. Sunmonks are their name. Sunmonks are the duo of Alexandra Steele and Geoffrey CK and s Alexandra Steele. Sunmonks came out with a new EP last month called In A Desert Of Plenty (Crossbill), so they decided to head out to the desert to shoot […]
You may know Hudson Mohawke? “Chimes” from that ubiquitous MacBook Air commercial, or from awesomeness,… Read more articles like "Hudson Mohawke f. Pusha T, Future, French Montana & Travi$ Scott, “Chimes (Remix)”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post Hudson Mohawke f. Show More Summary
Industry rule #8,080: sometimes when music journalists bloggers don’t know what to write about a song or an album that we’re posting, we Dfalt defer to the artist’s own press release. The most “Transpastic” transparent among us preface...Show More Summary
Montreal DJ Jacques Greene has released a the title track off his new EP, After Life After Party. You’ll probably recognize Greene as the glasses-wearing guy from Azealia Banks’”212” video, but he’s also well known for his fusion of EDM beats with R&B vibes. “After Life After Party” has a slow build, adding varied beats [...]