A Little Milton song performed by Manchester-based Paolo Fuschi, guitar; and Mat Walklate, vocal and harmonica.
The Acton is the latest in a series of bluetooth speakers created by amplifier manufacturer Marshall that are designed to look like vintage amps. The speaker comes in black and cream and works with mobile devices like smartphones. images via Marshall via The Awesomer
Hartley sings, writes and plays various instruments including guitars, keyboards, drums, percussions, harmonicas, recorders, and... Read more »
Way better than an in-flight movie.
Our annual weeklong sale is back and bigger than ever! Avoid the lines at Guitar Center and the other megastores by supporting your favorite DJ community this holiday season. The entire store is getting a giant discount between 15-50%, so take advantage of it while supplies last.
Chicago’s Toupee purvey a strain of primal rock born in sweaty basements and DIY living rooms, founded on grimy twin guitar leads and brought to kicking-and-screaming life by frontwoman Whitney Allen’s ecstatic yelp. Their music reaches...Show More Summary
American classical: Steve Reich - Nagoya Guitars. David Tanenbaum - David Tanenbaum Guitar Recital [New Albion] Beyond: John Fahey - Juana. Sea Changes and Coelacanths: A Young Person's Guide to John Fahey [Table of the Elements] Abdel Gadir Salim -...
Philly indie rockers Cave People have shared another song from their debut EP Older, following “Cluster.” The band gets louder and more rollicking this time around; “Brace” is a moody guitar rave-up akin to the National’s early work but with David Tomaine hitting the high notes with the punchiness of a young James Mercer. Listen [...]
A ranked selection of notable new recordings we heard in November. 1. Horse Lords, “Hidden Cities” The chaps in this young Baltimore rock quartet are big into the trance-minimalism of Terry Riley, guitar bands from the Western Sahara, the tick-tock of Kraftwerk and the bomp-alomp of Bo Diddley — but they barely have the chops […]
Remember that band every early-2000s indie act with angular guitars?, playing skeletal funk? right in the middle of the post-punk revival? stole from? Well, the Gang of Four are back! The legendary Leeds quartet, which had reunited in 2004 after several years of inactivity, has announced a new album: What Happens Next. Show More Summary
But is the concept "deeply flawed"? In the latest episode of the Simpsons, Moe has to shutter Moe's, Homer takes up the bass guitar, and Marg sneaks out for a girls' night at a restaurant brilliantly called 'Zerz. Its tagline? "America's...Show More Summary
Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs plays a beautiful acoustic cover of Massive Attack's downtempo classic "Teardrop." Original version below.
Update: Threes has also been updated as part of a (RED) promotion, again with 100% of sales generated going to the charity. Apple has updated GarageBand with a limited-edition update that makes over 300 new drum, guitar, synth and bass loops available as an In-App Purchase. All proceeds from the sale of this expansion pack go directly to the (RED) […]
This busker has found a novel way of drawing a crowd. Not only is he good singer and guitarist, he's good at them while standing on his head! (Video Link) -via Yababoon
Dig this fast-paced, Farfisa-led, kinda sad, garage track; it's interesting to hear the guitarist using feedback efficiently for fills, 'cause guitar feedback in 1967 was pretty uncommon to hear on any record that hoped to make the radio. Hailing from Wisconsin, the Wilde Heard were originally called the Heard. Show More Summary
From Flip Flop Flyin’: The colours and letters should be obvious, but just in case: S = singer, G = guitar, B = bass, D = drums, K = keyboards of various sorts, inc. computers or mixing equipments, T = turntables. If the singer regularly plays an instrument, they get a pink ring around the...Read More
You put on the new Nickelback album and you expect to hear big guitars, booming drums and quite a few hearty endorsements of oral sex.
Gibson is not just a great American guitar company; it is also a hard to place to work, run by a CEO notorious for micromanagement and general bad temper. Would you like a day off for the holidays? "NO." Read more...
As an amateur guitar player, this is a fantastic tool that allows me to achieve the following: Read the rest
Justice Scalia has the right to bear an electric guitar -- or at least a Guitar Hero prop -- and diss his fellow justices in this number.