Monthly Archives: October 2011

Wooden Shjips release new video for ‘Crossing’

wooden shjips promo

Wooden Shjips are preparing their breakneck tour schedule of the eastern US and Canada starting November 5 in Chicago. They have release a new video for the song Crossing featuring loads of live footage from their 2010 shows. Now, for a little background on Wooden Shjips. They formed in 2006 and self released a 10″ and 7″ that year as well… Read more »

goodbyemotel release ‘Wish Your Way’ EP

Goodbye Motel promo

  Melbourne’s goodbyemotel have released their new EP, ‘Wish Your Way,’ which was recorded by legendary producer Julian Medelsohn (Paul McCartney, Peter Gabriel, Jimmy Page, Pet Shop Boys) and is now available for free download on the band’s website. Following their showcase at CMJ, the band have been preparing to tour the US for the remainder of 2011 to promote… Read more »

Superchunk offer a Halloween treat

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Superchunk

As a special Halloween treat, Superchunk has posted a Misfits’ cover for free download on their official website. The band says, “Happy Halloween everyone! An omelet of disease awaits your noontime meal! In the tradition of doing something we did last year, we’ve got another Misfits cover for you. We recorded it with John Plymale at Overdub Lane. Everyone sings!… Read more »

Music Video Addiction: Sunday October 30, 2011 Halloween edition

Music Video Addiction

Hello freaks and ghouls – this is our Halloween edition of the weekly music video picks. In this edition, we will bring you some spooky themed videos for your viewing and listening pleasure. Hope you enjoy. Death In Vegas: Aisha – track f/ Iggy Pop with a suspenseful video. Joy Division: Dead Souls – gloomy 80’s track with a creepy topic. Peaches:… Read more »

Wye Oak cover The Kinks and Danzig

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Wye Oak dropped into the AV Club headquarters in Chicago two times to participate in their “Undercover” series. Each Undercover series starts with AV Club writers choosing 25 songs and inviting 25 bands to come to their offices in Chicago to perform one of the remaining tracks from the list. Wye Oak’s first visit to the AV Club round room to cover The Kinks’ track… Read more »