It just seems like that's the song of the day Talking heads- This must be the place Naive Melody.
I love this song.
I don't think I ever really understood what people meant in music when they used the term "space" or a band having a "sense of space" until I really listened intently to Talk Talk's Laughing Stock.
Yeahhhh that The For Carnation album is so good. I only listened to it that one time.
http://soundcloud.com/modeselektor/m...shipwreck-withWe don’t usually like to post snippet tracks here at URB. If we want to hear just part of a song, we’ll go listen to a DJ. But let’s be honest, Radiohead’s Thom Yorke appear on two new songs by Berlin broken techno duo Modeselektor’s new album is kinda a big deal. And if you don’t get it here, you’re just gonna score your snippets on the street.
Both tunes will be released as a single on Sept 30, and will also appear on Modeselektor’s new album, Monkeytown, which drops on September 30. Other guests on the album include Anti Pop Consortium, Miss Platinum and Otto von Schiarich.
Yorke also appeared on the group’s 2007 album, Happy Birthday, on the song “The White Flash.”
being able to embed Soundcloud players would be awesome....
Coachella 07 (the introduction), 08 (the bands), 09 (the documentary), 10 (the people i came with), 11 (the relationship test... we passed), 12 (whatever the weather, Dirty Epic forever), 13 (the year of the troll)
- PEARL JAM WHY YOU HATE COACHELLA? -
Ticketmaster & Walmart team up, join the four horsemen of the apocalypse
It's 2011, people, and we True Americans are stuck in a spiteful danse macabre with useless graduate degrees, debt ceiling hysteria, screaming Casey Anthony news coverage, gold standards, Ichelle-May Achmann-Bay (don't say her name three times after midnight, and DEFINITELY not in a darkened bathroom with your mom's Vanilla Escape candles burning eerily) and _________ (noun describing any shitty aspect of your life/society.) People are losing homes! People are losing dignity! People are losing the AMERICAN DREAM!!
Until this week, that is. See, True American Brands™ Ticketmaster and Walmart are teaming up to bring over-sized cat sweatshirts, concert tickets, a little bit of old fashioned elbow grease, and low, low, LOW savings to your neighborhood! If there's a more perfect embodiment of the American Dream than the newfound opportunity to purchase guns and discount garden gnomes at the same place you buy your $148 (+$76.85 shipping & handling) Creed tickets at a Ticketmaster™ kiosk inside your friendly, locally-sourced Walmart™, well then SLAP ME UP AND CALL ME A COMMUNIST, BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW WHAT IT IS.
Recently, Ticketmaster CEO Nathan Hubbard traveled back to a time before Ticketmaster.com existed (1998? Can I get Cibo Matto tickets? Thanks.) to explain how this True American Innovation™ gives "fans this very convenient way to learn about upcoming events, purchase and take home tickets without leaving their neighborhood." He also promises (threatens?) that "Ticketmaster will continue to work closely with our clients to create exclusive high value offers for Walmart customers." Discount Scott Stapp lawn gnomes, anyone?
HOLY SHIT I'm listening to Dinosaur Jr's You're Living All Over Me for the first time right now. I knew they were a great band, but holy shit. Tarpit and Sludgefeast are fucking amazing.
It blows my mind that a lot of people only know Dinosaur Jr from Feel the Pain. Amazing band.
Yeah i obv knew them from that song, but had only really listened to Bug once and Farm a few times prior to this.
Some musicians and journos about the worst shows they've ever been to:
Someone made a song about Coachella.
It looks like whoever posted it removed the video, but Bob Dylan's rapper grandson Pablo was quoted as saying "My grandfather definitely has a legacy that a lot of people look up to. I consider him the Jay-Z of his time."
Hella is coming back as a duo.
Here's a couple tracks from it:On August 30, Hella returns as Sargent House releases their new album Tripper.
How old was Jeff Buckley when he died? NME from 2007 said he was 27, wikipedia said he was 30 and random other internet sources say 31.
There's a show on Channel 4 tonight called "WTF is Dubstep?"
The Tindersticks need to play!!!
I vividly remember watching this when it aired in 1997. I remember where I was and all of the random details. My mom was watching the Grammys, so I was watching with her. It is interesting to relive all of that.
i remember watching that, as well. there was a pitchfork interview with him yesterday. he talks about the grammys, and basically reflects back on his career.
Anybody have opinions on this handy little, but old guide?
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I just realized something over the past few weeks. With Grizzly Bear, Animal Collective, and the Dirty Projectors all releasing new albums next year, 2012 has the potential to be 2009 all over again as far as the heavy hitters go.