BY BUST Magazine in Music Stuff on Jan 14, 2011 |
Beth Ditto, Bust cover-girl, front-woman for The Gossip, and overall feminist badass, has released a four-track solo EP with Simian Mobile Disco. After breaking virtually all the rules of the music industry, she has out-done herself again by proving she can successfully make it on her own. The full self-titled EP, released by label Deconstruction Records can be bought as a digital download or a physical 12" vinyl at Beatport, an online music store. A full-length ... Read More
BY Laurie in Music Stuff on Jan 14, 2011 |
We were shocked and saddened to hear the news this morning of the death of Trish Keenan, of the UK band Broadcast. Their label, Warp Records, released this statement today:
“It is with great sadness we announce that Trish Keenan from Broadcast passed away at 9am this morning in hospital. She died from complications with pneumonia after battling the illness for two weeks in intensive care.
Our thoughts go out to James, Martin, her friends and her family ... Read More
What better way to give a celebratory memorial to Ari Up than a PUNKY REGGAE BIRTHDAY PARTY? This Sunday, January 16th, Dunia Best and Aram Sinnreich (Brave New Girl, Agent 99), the Punk Professor Vivien Goldman, Joly McFie of Punkcast.com and friends are honoring the pioneering lead singer of bands True Warriors, the Slits, and New Age Steps.
Honoring Ari Up is an incredible assortment of talent. Led by Musical Director Ira Heaps, the original and current members ... Read More
Fool’s Gold presents a new mix tape from rap artist KID SISTER, mixed by none other than Nick Catchdubs!
The track list:
01. Kissin-tro 02. Kiss Kiss Kiss 03. Work Them 04. Green Velvet - Everybody Wants 05. Carte Blanche - Do! Do! Do! (Original / Laidback Luke Remix) 06. Daydreaming (Douster Remix) 07. Lookout Weekend f. Nina Sky 08. Gucci Rag Top f. Gucci Mane 09. Click Clack (Show It Off) 10. Don't Stop Movin 11. Right Hand Hi (Caspa Remix) ... Read More
BY Mary S in Music Stuff on Jan 10, 2011 |
This past December, I saw Prince for the first time at Madison Square Garden. For those of us used to seeing indie rock shows in a half-filled dive bar, there is certainly something eerily futuristic/Matrix-y about a concert in a vast, jam-packed arena complete with video screens, nausea-inducing bleachers, 20,000 seats, and nine dollar domestic beers. A smallish sized city of people had assembled and paid at least ninety dollars to see the man- just one of many ... Read More