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"I wanted to tell a story that is mine but its roots are somewhere in the far past, in a far land," she tells us. [read more]
"LIME WORSHIP. The LIME is benevolent. The LIME tastes good. The LIME welcomes you. Heed its call.” [read more]
The album was produced and mixed by Peter Mavrogeorgis at Dollhouse Studios in Savannah, Georgia. [read more]
She's playing a handful of UK and European festivals this year as well. [read more]
"This European tour was one of the most gnarly things we've done. We were treated like royalty in all the venues. The crowds were outstanding and obviously we're having fun, what else could you ask for? We met some great bands like Wave Of Joy in Germany. While we were there, we also got to do our thing and play some DIY shows." [read more]
While Drive is concerned very much with quirky lighting and costume decisions, it often gets away with it because these odd-ball choices come together to make something incredibly distinct and iconic. At the time of release audiences hungrily ate up this eccentric style, and as a result there hasn't been a recent movie propelled to cult classic status as quickly as Nicolas Winding Refn's Drive. [read more]
Megan James has been experimenting. She’s living in Los Angeles at the moment, as she and Corin Roddick, the duo behind electro-dreampop band Purity Ring, prep for the release of Another Eternity, Purity Ring’s highly anticipated sophomore release, and tour to follow. [read more]
They've questioned the bid's valuation and the amount of money the rapper would bring for the company's international expansion. [read more]
It would have been winter 1983, though I'm sure some website has the tendentious details -- I was in upstate New York, 12 years old, my 9 year old sister with me as we watched Solid Gold, the closest thing America had to a Top of the Pops style program pre-MTV. And don't believe the myth -- even in 1983 MTV was hardly available in all households coast to coast, including ours. [read more]
The festival takes place in Ásbrú, Keflavik, between July 2nd and 4th. [read more]
They join the previously confirmed Thurston Moore, Swim Deep, Carl Barat, and Dutch Uncles. [read more]
The word here is noir – and lots of it. Her production style and the themes in her music can do nothing else for me but summon indefatigably slick nocturnal scenes, and always with a noir edge. [read more]
Also confirmed to play are The Wytches, Fat White Family, Rae Morris, Saint Raymond, Hudson Taylor, Prides, Laurel, Alfie Connor, and many more. [read more]
"This European tour was one of the most gnarly things we've done. We were treated like royalty in all the venues. The crowds were outstanding and obviously we're having fun, what else could you ask...
It takes inspiration from J. Dilla's animated videos.
Don't 'forget' to watch this one. It's a gem.
Tellison return with their first new music in four years, has it really been four years?
The duo teamed-up with resident band The Roots.
Released via their YRN imprint, it features a bunch of artists affiliated with them and the label. It arrives ahead of Migos' much-anticipated debut album Y.R.N. 2.
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