Lucius have have revealed their latest music video for the super catchy track, Hey, Doreen. The video is a cinematic play on a murder mystery filmed by the Canadian duo, Leblanc + Cudmore. Check out the mini-film video for Hey, Doreen via YouTube below.
The Brooklyn-based quintet will travel across Europe for a headlining tour (including sold out shows in London and Dublin). The band will join Jack White as direct support for eight dates at the end of their current headlining tour, culminating with a show at London’s O2 Arena. The band will then return home to headline New York City’s Terminal 5 on December 6 – see the full list of tour dates are below).
Rob Zombie’s crowdfunding campaign for his new horror film “31” is coming to an end on October 31st. There are just three days remaining. Rob Zombie’s fan-backed website RZ-31.com is where fans can contribute to the campaign and in return, receive exclusive and high-quality rewards. “31” needs your support!
“I’m crowdfunding because I realize that it’s an incredible opportunity to engage the fans. With metal and horror, the fans aren’t just fans – it’s their life, their lifestyle. They live and breathe it, as I do. Any way that you can bring the people who are as passionate about it as you are into the process is a win-win for everybody,” says Zombie.
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart have shared the video for their latest single Kelly. It was shot by the band’s friend and longtime collaborator, Art Boonparn. Check out the video via YouTube below.
The band also recently released a deluxe edition of their 2014 LP ‘Days of Abandon,’ with 5 bonus tracks. You can listen to one of these bonus tracks, Summer of Dreamshere. You can buy the deluxe album right now via iTunes or listen to it on Spotify.
Bratmobile’s debut ‘Pottymouth’ is available on pink marble vinyl for the first time in over 10 years (and includes a digital download code) on November 18, 2014.
Bratmobile made their debut at 1991’s International Pop Underground convention and quickly took the Riot Grrrl underground by storm. The band released their debut album ‘Pottymouth’ in 1993, following a series of 7″ singles on labels like Homestead, K, Four Letter Words, Simple Machines and Twelve-Verse-Twelve. The band broke up in 1994, but reunited in 1999, and released two more albums on Lookout! Records. They played their last show in 2003. Take a listen to Cool Schmool, which is lifted from the album via Soundcloud below.
Critical praise for ‘Pottymouth':
“Has any band ever done unalloyed, sneering contempt quite as witheringly as ‘Pottymouth’-era Bratmobile? “ – Stereogum
“We need more bands like Bratmobile, especially in this sexually regressive, overly commercialized MySpace-rock environment. ‘Pottymouth’ is a definitive riot grrrl record and essential listening for fans of indie rock and punk.” – James Elliott, Amoeba Records
“The album is like a slap in the face: it’s over before you realize what you’re feeling but its sting lasts a good long while.” – Trouser Press Record Guide
“…’Pottymouth’ was an album full of jittery agitations, quickly solidifying the group as one of the Pacific Northwest’s garage greats.” – The AV Club
Check Yo Ponytail has established itself as a leading influencer in the world of live music. From the Los Angeles company’s inception in 2006, CYP has been responsible for introducing numerous groundbreaking artists to the City of Angels including Justice, Diplo and Boys Noize to name a few.
As the brand expanded beyond the confines of the LA club scene, CYP and IHEARTCOMIX founder Franki Chan made the move to take his diverse lineups and live experiences on the road, launching the first Check Yo Ponytail National Tour in 2011. This year’s CYP 2014 Tour follows suit with The Presets, LE1F, Antwon, Chela and Franki Chan joining forces for one of the most diverse tour billings this year.
In celebration of the tour, CYP and BitTorrent Bundle have teamed to bring you the Check Yo Ponytail 2014 Tour Bundle, loaded with content from the performers on the CYP Tour 2014, including an exclusive of Antwon’s latest remix album Heavy Hearted in the Function, 3 unreleased tracks from Chela, and an exclusive opportunity to pre-order Chela’s newest single “Handful of Gold”. Also included, a digital box set of CYP content including tour videos, a first look at the CYP TV pilot, all access footage, and a mass collection of art and promotional assets documenting the history of the brand.
The Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival has added a series of exciting new acts and events to its line-up. They are as follows:
Acclaimed artists DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist will bring their “Renegades of Rhythm” show to Verboten (54 N. 11th St, Brooklyn) on November 7th. The two turntablists will celebrate the legacy of hip-hop vanguard and Universal Zulu Nation founder Afrika Bambaataa, spinning vinyl pulled from Bambaataa’s historic collection, which is over 40,000 strong and permanently archived at Cornell University. This very special show features DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist spinning on six turntables and employing a variety of real-time effects.
Listen to DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist’s ‘Brainfreeze’ mix via YouTube below.
Following up on their R&S Records debut, ‘Containing a Thousand,’ Lakker return with the Mountain Divide EP (out now on 12″ / DL).
The opening track Mountain Divide is super powerful with a thumping bass, juddering noise, and howling feedback, layered with fizzing drums “like screaming into the wind on the top of a mountain,” in the words of Lakker themselves. Watch the video for the song via YouTube below.