Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREVanyaland reports that Dave Rosser, guitarist for the Afghan Whigs, has died. Rosser joined the lineup of the Afghan Whigs when frontman Greg Dulli put together a new version of the band in 2011, and he played on their recent records Do To The Beast and In Spades. He also played with Dulli’s other projects the Twilight Singers and the Gutter Twins and with musicians like Ani DiFranco and Joseph Arthur. Last year, Rosser was diagnosed with inoperable colin cancer, and Dulli organized a series of special benefit shows to raise money for him. A GoFundMe campaign also raised nearly $65,000 to cover his medical expenses.
Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREThis fall, the Byrds’ Chris Hillman will release his first studio album in over a decade, Bidin’ My Time. It was produced by Tom Petty at his studio in SoCal, and featured guests on the recording include fellow Byrds David Crosby and Roger McGuinn, Herb Pedersen (who also served as executive producer), John Jorgensen, Jay Dee Maness, a bunch of Heartbreakers affiliates, and more. The album contains a few reworkings of old Byrds tracks and a number of Hillman originals. Check out the tracklist and a teaser for the album below. [embedded content] Tracklist:01 “Bells Of Rhymney”02 “Bidin’ My Time”03 “Given All I Can See”04 “Different Rivers”05 “Here She Comes Again”06 “Walk Right Back”07 “Such Is The World That We Live In”08 “When I Get A Little Money”09 “She Don’t Care About Time”10 “New Old John…Read More
Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREAbout three years ago, the arty and enigmatic Olympia, Washington black metal masters Wolves In The Throne Room released the dreamy, ambient Celestite, their last album. They’ve now announced that they’ll follow it up with a new five-song album called Thrice Woven this fall. The album includes contributions form artists like Swedish gloom-conjurer Anna Von Hausswolff, Neurosis co-leader Steve Von Till, and Turkish harpist Zeynep Oyku. It’s the band’s first album recorded with longtime touring guitarist Kody Keyworth on board as a full-time member. And while they haven’t shared any full tracks, they have given us a 39-second teaser soundtracked by pretty, ominous music. Check out the trailer and the album’s tracklist below. [embedded content] TRACKLIST:01 “Born From The Serpent’s Eye”02 “The Old Ones Are With Us”03 “Angrboda”04 “Mother Owl, Father Ocean”05 “Fires Roar In The…Read More
Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HERENew York’s own Princess Nokia (aka Destiny Frasqueri) has been making waves on a local level for a few years now, and today she debuted her first single on Rough Trade Records. It’s called “G.O.A.T.” and it follows the rapper’s 2016 mixtape 1992 and appearance on Show Me The Body’s recent Corpus i. Princess Nokia and Milah Libin directed the video for “G.O.A.T.,” which finds the rapper riding around town on a bright red three-wheeler. Check out the video and upcoming Princess Nokia tour dates below, and if you’re interested, you can watch a rad documentary The FADER made on Frasqueri last year. [embedded content] 1992 DELUXE SUMMER TOUR 2017 pic.twitter.com/MZrtjdw24V — Princess Nokia (@princessnokia) June 1, 2017
Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREWarm guitar nudges and a comfortable bass line invite you in to listen to Los Angeles musician Lens Mozer’s new single. It’s called “All My Friends,” but it’s not a cover of LCD Soundsystem (or Snakehips, for that matter). Rather, this “All My Friends” is a hypnotic and easygoing guitar-pop track in the tradition of Galaxie 500. Mozer observes to a fellow comrade, “I feel like you’re moving forward, taking chances getting older,” even though they feel the exact opposite. He advises, “Take your time and twist a little, take it in and dance in sunlight.” It’s pretty awesome advice — a fellow lover of reveling in vitamin D is always a necessary friend indeed. The song ain’t bad either, so listen below. Lens Mozer’s debut LP will be out later this year via Plastic Jurassic.
W Magazine has Charlize Theron, American badass on the cover for August, and a new interview revealed that she put the hurt on Terri while filming 2 Days in the Valley. Charlize Theron introduced herself to American cinema with great authority… and the hell with poor Terri Hatcher. Read more at wmagazine.com. Read More Stories […]
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Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREWeeping Icon are a feminist noise-punk quartet made up of veterans of other Brooklyn DIY acts like ADVAETA, Lutkie, and Mantismass. Their eight-track debut EP, Eyeball Under, is arriving in the fall, and today they’re sharing “Warts,” an exhilarating four-minute assault that manages to capture every possible texture of noise within its depths. “‘Warts’ is about secrets,” the band explain. “If you don’t tell anyone a secret, then no one knows they got the secret from you. But you can’t tell anyone, not the doctor, not even mom.” Listen below. Eyeball Under tracklist: 01 “-“02 “Jail Billz”03 “Warts”04 “Inauguration”05 “Germs”06 “- -“07 “Teeth (& a handbag)”08 “7” Eyeball Under is out 9/22 via Kanine/Fire Talk Records. Pre-order it here.
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Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREAfter being released from jail earlier this month, the troubled teenage rap star Kodak Black did a recent Instagram Live Q&A session with fans. And during a long interlude where he asked fans to tell various different celebrity women that they “should fuck with me,” he made an offhand comment that pissed off a lot of his fans: “I don’t really like black girls like that.” In the inevitable social-media shitstorm that ensued, Kodak doubled down on his comments and refused to apologize. [embedded content] As HipHopDX reports, Kodak followed that comment with this since-deleted post: “I Love Black African American Women Its Just Not My Forte To Deal With A ‘DARKSKIN’ Woman I Prefer Them To Have A Lighter Complexion Than Me #MyPreference #FuckYou.” And then this: “Hoes, niggas, whatever. I’m gonna knock your whole…Read More
Thanks for stopping by! You can find the full post where we found it HEREWe named queer art-punk goon squad Space Camp a Band To Watch earlier this year thanks to the erratic whirlwind charm of Emasculation Suite, the Connecticut trio’s debut full-length. Next month, they’re following it up with a new one called Force Femmed, and “Bazooka The Venue” is another mad two-minute dash of a song, sprinting from titanic doom riffs to roiling noise to what that sounds vaguely like someone attempting to play Kamaro’s Song from The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask on bagpipes. That is to say, Space Camp’s music is as fun as ever, and you can prove that by pressing play below. So do that. Force Femmed is out 7/15 via Howling Frequency Records. Pre-order it here.