Thursday, October 19, 2017

RZA Does 9-Minute Freestyle for Funk Flex


RZA was recently on Funkmaster Flex's radio show on Hot97 and did a 9-minute freestyle for the DJ. Take a look and listen.

VINTAGE CLIP: The Tragically Hip at Woodstock '99


Following the passing of Gord Downie, we look back at his epic performance with his band, The Tragically Hip at Woodstock '99, as they performed "Grace, Too."

Cardi B on 'Kimmel'


Watch Cardi B perform "Bodak Yellow" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Rest in Peace Gord Downie


Canadian singer Gord Downie passed away after a battle with brain cancer at 53.  

The Tragically Hip frontman was diagnosed with the disease last year and culminated with the band having their final gig in August 2016.

The band released a statement Wednesday morning saying that Downie was with his “beloved children and family close by” as he passed.
“Gord knew this day was coming — his response was to spend this precious time as he always had — making music, making memories and expressing deep gratitude to his family and friends for a life well lived, often sealing it with a kiss… on the lips,” the statement continued.

Downie had been appointed to the Order of Canada in June of 2017 for his advocacy for First Nations, the name for Canada's aboriginal people. During his 33-year-long career, Downie won 16 Juno Awards, Canada's equivalent to the Grammy, with The Tragically Hip. In 2005, they were inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.

He is survived by his wife, Laura Leigh Usher, and their four children.

Downie was set to release his final album as a solo artist titled Introduce Yourself, which was to be available on October 27. The record, produced by Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew, will feature 23 songs that are all about special people in Downie's life and were all recorded in one take.

As news of his passing went around his country, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tried to fight tears discussing the legacy Downie will leave behind on the nation. 

Playlist


Here is our October playlist featuring 25 random musical musings. Take a listen to it on Spotify.

Arcade Fire on 'Ellen'


Watch Arcade Fire perform "Everything Now" on Ellen.

Listen to St. Vincent on BBC1, Cover The Clash


St. Vincent appeared on BBC Radio 1 where she did acoustic renditions of her songs "New York," "Los Ageless," and "Pills." The singer-songwriter also covered The Clash's "London Calling" for the program. Take a listen.

Grizzly Bear on 'Jools Holland'


Watch Grizzly Bear perform "Mourning Sounds" on Later... with Jools Holland.

SZA on 'Jools'


Watch SZA perform "Normal Girl"on Later...with Jools Holland.

King Krule on 'Jools Holland'


Watch King Krule perform "Dum Surfer" on Later... With Jools Holland.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Portugal. The Man, Mister Holland's Opus Foundation Jam Together


Portugal. The Man joined forces with the students of Ron Russel Middle School in Portland, OR to record a special live version of "Feel It Still," all to benefit the Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation.

“We grew up in Alaska where music was not an option in school or life really. It is great to see Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation give these kids a chance we did not have. Not everyone is a mathematician or a scientist, some of us think a little different and this program encourages that,” says Portugal. The Man’s, Zach Carothers in a press statement.

The Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation donates musical instruments and vital support services to under-funded school music programs across the country in an effort to give more students the many benefits of music education, help them achieve more in school and inspire creativity and expression through playing music.

Quick News

Erykah Badu has curated a Fela Kuti box set which will be out in December. Badu's selection includes her "favorite Fela Piece of all times," 1980's Coffin For Head of State, alongside Yellow Fever (1976), No Agreement (1977), J.J.D. (Johnny Just Drop) (1977), V.I.P. (1979), Army Arrangement (1984), and Underground System (1992). Says Badu, "Fela Kuti is a Fucking Genius. Please listen to these tracks, preferably with a nice blunt.. with a nice slow burn." Three other box sets have been previously released and were curated by Questlove, Ginger Baker, and Brian Eno. Take a look at the cover, above.

Richard Hell & The Voidoids will reissue their seminal album, Blank Generation, for a 40th anniversary edition next month. The new edition features the remastered album and includes a second disc, with previously unreleased, alternate studio versions, out-of-print singles, and rare bootleg live tracks from the band's first appearance in 1976 at CBGB. The booklet also contains many previously unpublished photos of the band by Roberta Bayley, a revealing essay by Hell along with compelling images from his notebooks and private papers, and an extensive new interview with Ivan Julian by Hell. 

Fischerspooner will release their new album, SIR, their first in 9 years, in February.


Frank Turner will release a career retrospective album, Songbook, next month. Take a look at the cover, above.

Sia will release a Christmas album, Everyday is Christmas, next month. She posted the news on Instagram Monday and shared the cover and trackisting. Take a look.

LCD Soundsystem on 'Kimmel'


Watch LCD Soundsystem perform "Tonight" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Monday, October 16, 2017

Great Soundtrack: 'Forrest Gump'


As we walked through the fictional life of Forrest Gump as he told it on a bus bench to anyone who was willing or unwilling to listen in the film, it brought back the rush of American nostalgia as he showed LBJ his ass, ran across the reflecting pool in D.C. during a Vietnam War protest, and watched Elvis on TV.

As the film captivated audiences around the country in 1994, its soundtrack of rock and soul did the same. While the film skirted the British Invasion, it didn't diminish the music that America created from the 1950s to the 1970s. With 32 classics featuring Bob Dylan, Elvis, The Mamas and the Papas, Four Tops, Aretha Franklin, The Doors, CCR, Gladys Night, among others, it showcases the rise of one of the country's greatest art forms -- music.

It documents your parents era but shows off the sound that is a timeless capsule to what shaped the soundtrack to the country.

Recommended Reading: Moby 'Porcelin'


Moby has made interesting music his whole career but the story that led him to become the superstar DJ and producer we all know and some of us love is far different than one could imagine. In his 2016 autobiography, Porcelain, the musician discusses growing up in his middle class Connecticut home and falling in love with punk and hardcore music. Like Norman Cook aka Fatboy Slim, he played in a punk band before anyone would ever hear him spin. What also sparks an interest to the reader is how immersive he got into the New York City club culture of the early 1990s at venues like Limelight, Palladium, Mars, and Twilo, where he would first cut his teeth as a DJ after being inspired by those who played the venues by being the outcast. He started the decade as the person who didn't fit into the crowds of those places as a Christian and non drug user in the drug-filled underworld of hedonistic New York nightlife. He ended the decade as one of the biggest stars in the world thanks to his record, Play.

The surroundings around him helped craft the interesting and involved musician that is known today. From his outspoken political and vegan beliefs to becoming an entrepreneur. This book chronicles his rise, his passions, and story from his own perspective and ends with the belief that if you want something bad enough, go out and get it.

Screaming Females Will Return Next Year


In February, Screaming Females will release their new album, All At Once. 

Read Our 2010 Interview with Screaming Females

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below. 

01 Glass House
02 Black Moon
03 I’ll Make You Sorry
04 Dirt
05 Agnes Martin
06 Deeply
07 Soft Domination
08 End of My Bloodline
09 Chamber for Sleep Pt. I
10 Chamber for Sleep Pt. II
11 Bird in Space
12 Fantasy Lens
13 My Body
14 Drop by Drop
15 Step Outside

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Finding Joseph I Trailer Released


The much anticipated Bad Brains documentary, Finding Joseph I, which focuses on singer HR, will be released in theaters on November 3 and on DVD. 

Take a look at the poster, above, and the trailer, below:
Finding Joseph I (The HR From Bad Brains Documentary) from SMALL AXE FILMS on Vimeo.

Wu-Tang Clan on 'Fallon'


Watch Wu-Tang Clan perform "My Only One" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Bill Murray Sings Lounge Music on 'Colbert'


Watch Bill Fucking Murray and Jan Vogler and friends perform a medley of West Side Story tunes on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Billy Corgan on 'Fallon'


Watch Billy Corgan use his full name, William Patrick Corgan, and perform "Aeronaut" on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Calexico Detail New Album


In January, Calexico will release their new album, The Thread That Keeps Us. 

On the making of the album, co-founder Joey Burns says in a press release: "There's a little more chaos and noise in the mix than what we've done in the past. Whenever we're writing and we come up with something that feels too familiar, someone will end up saying, 'That feels good, but let's keep going and see what else we can uncover. It's been really important to the arc of this band's evolution for us to always keep on trying new things."
Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below, and watch the lyric video for the first single, "End of the World With You."

01.  End of the World with You
02.  Voices in the Field
03.  Bridge to Nowhere
04.  Spinball
05.  Under the Wheels
06.  The Town & Miss Lorraine
07.  Flores y Tamales
08.  Another Space
09.  Unconditional Waltz
10.  Girl in the Forest
11.  Eyes Wide Awake
12.  Dead in the Water
13.  Shortboard
14.  Thrown to the Wild
15.  Music Box

Green Day to Release Greatest Hits Compilation


Next month, Green Day will release the career-spanning retrospective Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band. 

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below:

1. 2000 Light Years Away
2. Longview
3. Welcome To Paradise
4. Basket Case
5. When I Come Around
6. She
7. Brain Stew
8. Hitchin' a Ride
9. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
10. Minority
11. Warning
12. American Idiot
13. Boulevard of Broken Dreams
14. Holiday
15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
16. Know Your Enemy
17. 21 Guns
18. Oh Love
19. Bang Bang 
20. Still Breathing
21. Ordinary World (feat Miranda Lambert)
22. Back In The USA

VINTAGE CLIP: Beck on 'Letterman' in 1997


In honor of his new album, Colors, release, we look at this VINTAGE CLIP of Beck on The Late Show with David Letterman in 1997, where he performed "Where It's At" and gave a little interview with the host. Take a look!

Japandroids on 'Meyers'


Watch Japandroids perform "No Known Drink or Drug" on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Wolf Parade on 'Colbert'


Watch Wolf Parade perform "Valley Boy" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

QUICK SPINS



Kamasi WashingtonHarmony of Difference EP

The L.A. saxophonist roars back with what he is calling an EP, what other musicians would call a masterpiece record. There are very few musicians today who would dare to make the sounds and arrangements that Washington does and for that reason it makes him so special. He followed up his three hour-long debut with a brilliant array that was done in order to celebrate the Whitney’s Biennial.  It is a feat that belongs in a museum for sure.
FINAL GRADE: A+


Hot Water Music Light It Up

Hot Water Music return with their first record in five years and still bring that abrasive sing-along rockabilly punk they are known for. It is a fun and balls to the wall record that will please fans and may even sway some new ones.
FINAL GRADE: B+


Wu-Tang Clan The Saga Continues

As RZA slowly allows the reigns of Wu-Tang to be distributed to other members of the group, DJ Mathematics comes forward to take his crack and find a way to bring the iconic hip-hip outfit back to the top after the dismal A Better Tomorrow. The Saga Continues even features unreleased vocals from ODB but the master who cuts through like a hot knife through butter is honorary member Redman who brings a cadence that can start a party and knock someone out.
FINAL GRADE: B+


Vic Mensa – The Autobiography

The Chicago emcee finally releases his long awaited debut and it was worth waiting for. What Mensa does is bright the consciousness of J. Cole, hopefulness of Chance the Rapper, and storytelling of Vince Staples to present his life story. Not only does he stack up as one of the leaders of the new school, he is ready to throw down the gavel and get in front of the pack.
FINAL GRADE: B+


Circa Survive – The Amulet

The alternative rockers return with another record that not only slams down like a rogue wave it carries you home like gentle breeze.
FINAL GRADE: B+


Liam Gallagher As You Were

The anticipated solo debut from the former Oasis frontman is finally here and does not disappoint. The underrated Beady Eye released two solid records but now, on his own, the younger and more caustic Gallagher brother can bust out and prove his chops. With some of his best ballads, he brings forth a whole new dimension to a man you thought you knew. As you were.
FINAL GRADE: B+


King Khan – Murder Burgers

The solo debut from the BBQ Show and Shrines energetic frontman has arrived and he still brings his classic hooks, licks, and fun.
FINAL GRADE: B


Dhani HarrisonIn Parallel

The long awaited solo debut from late Beatle George Harrison’s son has finally come and after years kicking around other bands, the only child to the shy Fab Four member proves his light can shine.
FINAL GRADE: B


BurnDo Or Die

NYHC is still alive and kicking thanks to Burn. Here is one for fans of all ages to show it is still thriving.
FINAL GRADE: B


UnsaneSterilize

The fact that Unsane are still going strong and kicking ass is a good sign for music lovers. This band doesn’t hold back despite getting older and craft music that will still fuck you up.
FINAL GRADE: B


PrimusThe Desaturating Seven

We all know that Les Claypool is a God on the bass and his music is off the fucking charts but while you may not have asked for a new Primus record, you get one and it comes out of left field just like the ringleader. It is a funky rock record that takes time signatures in music to a whole new level.
FINAL GRADE: B


The Bronx – V

The L.A. hardcore and punk heroes return and while they bring with them a new collection of material to kick your ass, they still have the endearing love and passion that make you fall in love with them with each new piece of music.
FINAL GRADE: B


BeckColors

The long awaited “fun” record from Beck has come and while it is something you can dance to, we all know after one listen, the brilliant musician could have given us more.
FINAL GRADE: B-


Kele OkerekeFatherland

The Bloc Party frontman gives his third solo record to the world and while many would expect an electronic record, the Englishman shows off an acoustic almost singer-songwriter side that many would have never expected.
FINAL GRADE: B-


CultsOffering

The once blogosphere indie darlings are back with new music and it continues on the high energy sound that made them popular six years ago.
FINAL GRADE: B-


Blue Hawaii Tenderness

The first LP in four years from the indie duo is a colorful yet contemporary look at modern love and heartbreak.
FINAL GRADE: B-


BullyLosing

The sophomore album from the garage rockers is hearing them add more their arsenal with making due with what they got.
FINAL GRADE: B-


Jake BuggHearts That Strain

Jake Bugg started off with so much promise. A young English musician playing American blues better than most Americans and not being jaded at the idea of being a rock star. His debut was stellar, his sophomore record heard him linking up with Rick Rubin, his third album was done all on his own, but for his fourth LP, Bugg seems to have lost himself a bit. It sounds as if he is trying to make a single, trying to keep his audience, trying to do whatever he can to make a hit, yet, he was at his best when he didn’t care.
FINAL GRADE: B-


Cut CopyHaiku From Zero

The electronic outfit returns with a record of semi-predictable beats and dancehall anthems.
FINAL GRADE: C


The Go! Team Announces New Album


The Go! Team will release their new album, Semi Circle, in January. 

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below, and hear the first single, "Semi Circle Song."

01 Mayday
02 Chain Link Fence
03 Semicircle Song
04 Hey!
05 The Answer’s No - Now What’s the Question?
06 Chico’s Radical Decade
07 All the Way Live
08 If There’s One Thing You Should Know
09 Tangerine / Satsuma / Clementine
10 She’s Got Guns
11 Plans are Like a Dream U Organise
12 Getting Back Up

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Quick News



The long-awaited musical drama directed by Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, Love Beats Rhymes, will be released in December. The film stars Azealia Banks, Jill Scott, Common, Lucien Laviscount, and Hana Mae Lee.

Viva Brother or known as Brother in some parts of the world, have reunited following a five year breakup. The band plans to play gigs in the UK next year and according to reports, might even release new music.

Speaking of reunions, sorta, The Streets aka Mike Skinner, is reactivating his old moniker after a six year hiatus and will tour the UK next year as well.

Next month, Rick Rubin will release Johnny Cash's Unearthed for the first time on vinyl. The set will be an expanded take on the 2003 set released by Rubin just two months after "The Man in Black's" passing. The new set will feature 79 tracks on 9 high-quality 180-gram vinyl LPs.

For the first time ever, Bananarama will tour in their original lineup which features Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward. The trio will play spots across North America early next year.

Daptone Announces Posthumous Sharon Jones Album


Next month, Daptone Records will posthumously release a new Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings album called Soul of a Woman.

The record was recorded in Bushwick, Brooklyn, as she was undergoing cancer treatments last year. 

Jones passed away last November at 60. 

Take a look at the cover, above, and the tracklisting, below, and hear the first single, "Matter of Time."

01 Matter of Time
02 Sail On
03 Just Give Me Your Time
04 Come and Be a Winner
05 Rumors
06 Pass Me By
07 Searching for a New Day
08 These Tears (No Longer for You)
09 When I Saw Your Face
10 Girl (You Got to Forgive Him)
11 Call on God


Belle & Sebastian Announce 3 New EPs

Belle & Sebastian will release 3 new EPs starting in December and will release one a month until February. On Tuesday, they announced the details to the series called How to Solve Our Human Problems. 

Take a look at the tracklistings and covers below.

Above, is the cover to Part 1, which will arrive in December. Take a look at the tracklisting, below:

1. Sweet Dew Lee
2. We Were Beautiful
3. Fickle Season
4. The Girl Doesn’t Get It
5. Everything Is Now

 Above, is the cover to Part 2 which will come in January, and the tracklisting is below:

1. Show Me The Sun
2. Same Star
3. I’ll Be Your Pilot
4. Cornflakes
5. A Plague On All Other Boys


 Above, is the cover to Part 3 which will come in February, and the tracklisting is below:

1. Poor Boy
2. Everything Is Now (Part Two)
3. Too Many Tears
4. There Is An Everlasting Song
5. Best Friend

Beck on 'Jools Holland'



Watch Beck perform "Up All Night" and "Devils Haircut" on Later... with Jools Holland.

St. Vincent on 'Jools Holland'


Watch St. Vincent perform "New York" on Later... with Jools Holland.

Liam Gallagher on 'Corden'


Watch Liam Gallagher perform "Wall of Glass" on Late Late Show with James Corden.

Dhani Harrison on 'Kimmel'



Watch Dhani Harrison perform "Summertime Police" and "All About Waiting" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Trombone Shorty on 'Colbert'


Watch Trombone Shorty and fellow New Orleans transplant Jon Batiste perform "On Your Way Down" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Phoenix on 'Seth Meyers'


Watch Phoenix perform "Ti Amo" on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Saturday, October 7, 2017

Live Review: Tuelo at Rockwood Music Hall



For years South Africa's Tuelo has wowed audiences in New York City. From performing at the Apollo, Joe's Pub, The Late Show with David Letterman, a monthly residency at Rockwood Music Hall, to tours which included stops at The Kennedy Center, the singer and her band have been playing to support the release of their 2015 debut album and 2017 EP, St. Margaret. On Friday night, Tuelo hit the pause button on New York City and Rockwood as she heads back to her native country to see her family whom she has been away from for a decade and record a new album.


During a packed performance at the place that became her second home in New York, Tuelo and her band, formerly Her Cousins, played inside Rockwood's Stage 2 to say goodbye in bittersweet fashion.


"There are so many familiar faces here," she said while rocking a ballerina dress and silver sneakers. The singer whose voice is a cross between Nina Simone meets Adele with a flair of Joe Strummer's vulnerability thrown in makes her so unique and powerful. We have said it before and we will say it again -- she is the greatest singer in the world. You walk away from her gigs a different person than when you entered. Even the most cynical of critics will have their soul transformed. Tuelo's music is funk, jazz, punk, and traditional South African rhythms combined, which makes room her voice to break through.

In her brief but memorable 45-minute set, she and the band tore through songs like "Run," "Saint Margaret," "Bombs," and the epic closer, "Dreamer," which had the audience dancing and shedding tears simultaneously.


While it is unknown as to when she will return to New York, but the city will seem less eclectic in her absence. We have been spoiled for many years having her perform every month somewhere in town. It is like when The Ramones were at CBGB's in their early days, you knew that at any given time early in their career you could head to the Bowery venue and they would be there. The same went for Tuelo. As she departs for her next adventure in her mother land, we will miss her and all that she has given us and will be ready for her next gig -- wherever that may be.


Friday, October 6, 2017

VINTAGE CLIP: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers on 'Letterman' in 1994


Following the sad loss of Tom Petty, we look at this VINTAGE CLIP of him and The Heartbreakers performing "You Wreck Me" on The Late Show with David Letterman in 1994.

Depeche Mode on 'Kimmel'


Watch Depeche Mode perform "Cover Me" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Thursday, October 5, 2017

St. Vincent on 'Colbert'



Watch St. Vincent perform "New York" and "Los Ageless" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Remembering Tom Petty


"You belong among the wild flowers, you belong among the sea.... You belong somewhere where you feel free..." 

It has taken us a few days to process the news that Tom Petty has left us.

The news on Monday was a roller coaster of emotions as it was first announced he was dead late in the afternoon here on the East Coast where we are based. Then, an hour later, it was retracted and the singer was still alive. As the day turned into night and the news eventually arrived that he did pass on, it still didn't seam real.

Petty is as about as American as apple pie and Fourth of July fireworks. He represented the best in us and wasn't afraid to call out the worst in us. That is what made him so special. His songs spoke to everyone of every color, creed, and religion, it is what made him a legend.



He was born in Gainesville, Florida, on October 20, 1950. At 17, he dropped out of high school to pursue music with his band Mudcrutch. The band lasted five years before splitting in 1975. Petty then went on to front Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. They band released their self-titled debut album in 1976 that featured the hit singles “Breakdown” and “American Girl.”

In 1988, after receiving critical and fan acclaim, Petty joined the rock and roll supergroup The Traveling Wilburys, which featured George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne. In 1989, he released his solo debut, Full Moon Fever, and followed it up with the three-time platinum and critically acclaimed, Wildflower in 1994, where it earned him the Grammy for "Best Rock Album."

The 2002 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee recently wrapped a three night stay at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles as part of his 40th anniversary making music with The Heartbreakers. They would go on to become his final shows.

In 2006, just as this site was becoming a thought, I was sent to photograph Petty at the Amsterjam festival in New York City for a Long Island music newspaper where he played alongside Foo Fighters, Busta Rhymes, LL Cool J, and Q-Tip. Petty and the Heartbreakers were the headliners and generally the photographers get 3-4 songs in the photo pit before being asked to leave and they get filtered into the crowd. Petty allowed all of us to stay in the pit for the duration of the whole performance, an astounding 3 hour set which featured all of the hits and cuts off Highway Companion, the record he released that year. I was perched right in front of his mic and everyone once in awhile, he would kneel down, smile, ask me how he was doing as he got a drink of water. I would smile, give a thumbs up, and look like a dumbass, simply because I couldn't believe what was happening. His set featured him and his former drummer, Dave Grohl, join the Heartbreakers as they did a handful of tunes together during the encore. Both Grohl and Petty looked like they weren't just in awe of each other but more of a father and son that had an opportunity to jam out. It is a memory I will never forget.

In this article are some of the photos of that night. For me, it was a night I will never forget. For Petty, it was another day in the office, that is what he did with his music -- make people remember and realize.

Thank you, Mr. Petty.


Paul Weller on 'Colbert'


Watch Paul Weller perform "Woo Se Mama" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

The National on 'Jools Holland'



Watch The National perform "The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness” and “Day I Die” on Jools Holland.

Morrissey on 'Jools Holland'


Watch Morrissey perform "Spent the Day in Bed" on Later... with Jools Holland.

Queens of the Stone Age on 'Jools Holland'


Watch Queens of the Stone Age perform "Villains of Circumstance” on Later... with Jools Holland.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Morrissey Full BBC 6 Performance


Watch Morrissey's full BBC 6 performance where he debuted a slew of new songs from his upcoming album, Low in High School.

The Shins on 'Corden'


Watch The Shins perform "Cherry Hearts" on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Grouplove on 'Conan'


Watch Grouplove perform "Remember That Night" on Conan.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Live Pix: Raybeez Tribute at Tompkins Square Park


To commemorate the 20th anniversary of former Warzone singer Raymond "Raybeez" Barbieri passing, a massive concert was held in Tompkins Square Park in Manhattan Sunday.

Many iconic names and faces from the NYHC like Walter Scherifels of Quicksand, Dean and Mike from No Redeeming Social Value,  Lou from Sick of it All, Fireburn, Kill Your Idols, and of course, Warzone.

Our very own RICH D SMOOV was on hand to capture the action. Take a look at his pictures, below:








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