Thursday, April 27, 2017

Dave Grohl Joins Preservation Hall Jazz Band on 'Colbert'

Dave Grohl was a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and joined his friends, musical guests, Preservation Hall Jazz Band who were sitting in with Jon Batiste and Stay Human, for a performance of "Santiago." Take a look!

Four Tet Releases New Set with Daphini of Caribou

Four Tet shared a new DJ set on Mixcloud which features Daphini of Caribou and Ben UFO which was taped at Dublab studios in LA on April 19. Take a listen!

John Legend and Dr. John on 'Colbert'

Watch John Legend join Dr. John who sat in with Jon Batiste and Stay Human on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert for a skit where the "Ordinary People" singer makes mundane things sound sexy.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017


Our April Playlist is Here! Take a Look at Our 28-Song List of Random Musical Musings For The Month!

Shabazz Palaces Announce New Album

Psychedelic duo Shabazz Palaces have announced their new album, Quazarz: Born On a Gangster Star, in July. 

The record features Julian Casablances, Thundercat, and others.

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below, and hear the new single, "Shine A Light."

1. Since C.A.Y.A
2. When Cats Claw
3. Shine a Light (feat. Thaddillac)
4. Dèesse Du Sang
5. Eel Dreams (feat. Loud Eyes Lou)
6. Parallax (feat. The Palaceer Lazaro)
7. Fine Ass Hairdresser
8. The Neurochem Mixalogue
9. That’s How City Life Goes
10. Moon Whip Quäz (feat. Darrius)
11. Federalist Papers

Depeche Mode on 'Corden'

Watch Depeche Mode perform "Where's the Revolution" on The Late Late Show Starring James Corden. 

Listen to Our Essential Depeche Mode Playlist on Spotify! 

Corden's band leader, comedian Reggie Watts, clearly geeked out on set with the British icons on his show and posted some behind the scenes snaps on Instagram.
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Big Boi on 'Fallon'

Watch Big Boi perform his new single, "Mic Jack" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Quick News

Snoop Dogg will release his new album, Neva Left, next month. "Throughout the years, I’ve had my hands in a lot of different projects, but music has always remained at my core. This album reflects every phase of me throughout my career," Snoop Dogg said in a statement. "I'm excited for ya'll to hear this new project that highlights the evolution of the Dogg." Take a look at the cover, above.

Phoenix will release their new album, Ti Amo, in June. According to guitarist Laurent Brancowitz in a recent New York Times article, the record was inspired by "summer and Italian discos."

Tori Amos will release her new album, Native Invader, in September. "The songs on Native Invader are being pushed by the Muses to find different ways of facing unforeseen challenges and in some cases dangerous conflicts," the singer said in a statement.

Noel Gallagher has told Russell Brand's Radio X show that his third solo album will be out in November.

Thanks to a social media post by Arthur-Left Front Door Records over the weekend, Queens of the Stone Age have finished their new album and mixed it.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Quick News

Kendrick Lamar alerted fans on Friday via Twitter that despite rumors, DAMN., is his only album this year. Check out the tweet above. On Saturday, Kung Fu Kenny took to Twitter again to share the hilarious review his mother gave of his new record. See below:

Glen Danzig shared the tracklisting to his upcoming album, Black Laden Crown, which arrives next month, take a look:
 1. Black Laden Crown
 2. Eyes Ripping Fire
 3. Devil On Hwy 9
 4. Last Ride
 5. The Witching Hour
 6. But A Nightmare
 7. Skulls & Daisies
 8. Blackness Falls
 9. Pull The Sun

Kraftwerk plan to release a massive 3-D concert film box set that features the German electronic pioneers in concert around the world performing all of their records live in full from start to finish. It will be available next month, watch a trailer for it, below:

Bill Murray will release a classical album this summer. The New York Times reports that the record will explore "American history and identity."

Recommended Reading: 'NYHC'

Following the emergence of punk in the Big Apple in the mid-to-late 1970s, by the early 80s, a new form of the genre was taking shape and would become an imprint and fixture in New York City for generations -- hardcore. In 2014, Tony Rettman documented the first decade and rise of the scene in his book, NYHC. As the misfits from the Lower East Side of the city would play in clubs and bars in the area as well as Chinatown and the Limelight, NYHC became the blueprint of balls to the wall music and aggro. Bands like Agnostic Front, Sick of It Hall, Cro-Mags, Murphy's Law, all emerged from the scene as leaders and heroes. All the bands still play today.

NYHC is not just a document on the era but an account as to what happened and told by some of the people who lived it and continue to push for it. With over 100 interviews from members of Misfits, Kraut, Death Before Dishonor, Absolution, Adrenalin O.D., Agnostic Front, Antidote, Bad Brains, Bloodclot, Bold, Born Against, Breakdown, Cause for Alarm, Citizen Arrest, H20, and more, NYHC is the definitive account of what happened by who created it and watched.