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Shintaro Sakamoto was once a part of a band called Yura Yura Teikoku (ゆらゆら帝国), who had an incredible amount of support in their years together. When the band split, Sakamoto decided to continue making music, but perhaps completely different from what he had been known to do, which was psychedelic/psych rock. Sakamoto’s music is more on the pop side, and his debut solo album, How To Live With A Phantom, will be released on July 17 through Other Music Recording Co..
Most of the music heard on the album were played by Sakamoto himself, and as a huge fan of the self-contained artist, I really like what I hear. Sunshine pop sounds good in any language, so perhaps the Phantom he speaks of in his album title is himself. Or maybe not. Either way, listen to this and it makes me wish more artists would do stuff like this.
When I first heard the music of Cattle Drums, I assumed they would sound a bit like a Blink 182 knock off band, with the way they started out the song. Then they went into completely different directions within the first 30 seconds, which allowed me to metaphorically sit and realistically pay attention to what they were going to do. They will let me and everyone else know what they did when their debut album on Tiny Engines is released this day. Closer to now, the band are heading on tour on the East Coast beginning tomorrow, with an open “to be announced” show on May 31st.
May 17 – Binghamton NY @ 16 Walnut
May 18 – Philladelphia, PA @ The Treehouse w/ Greek Favorites, Lana Avacada
May 19 – Richmond VA @ 2815 Garland Ave.
May 20 – Wilmington, NC @ The Soapbox w/ Museum Mouth
May 21 – Greenville, NC @ The Pool House (402 Highland Drive)
May 23 – Aiken, SC @ HIC Warehouse Indoor Skateboard Park
May 24 – Savannah, GA @ No Control
May 25 – Gainesville, FL @ Turkey Town w/ Dikembe
May 26 – Jacksonville, FL @ Shantytown Pub
May 27 – Valdosta, GA @ TBA w/ Farm
May 29 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Latest Disgrace Showcase)
May 30 – Raleigh, NC @ House Show
May 31 – TBA
You have a very sexy disco/dance/soul video here but:
1) as hot as the dancers are, one of them looks like she could use a sandwich or two. Ladies, if you ever travel to Portland, Oregon, may I suggest heading to Big Ass Sandwiches.
2) There is no #2.
This song is a hot track, will definitely be the right song to dance (and whatever you feel like doing) to, so if you hear this, you’re listening to speakers (like nine inch nails, speakers is a name completely spelled in lower-case letters. Dig it.) They have released an EP on Virgin called New Frequency, so unleash your inner freak within their frequency.
There was a time when there was a massive buttload of Greatest Hits albums when you visited your local record store emporium, even people who may have had only one or two genuine “hits”. Now, Mystery Jets are stating that you can now have all of that in one song. WHAT?!??!
Well, maybe they’re not, but the band are coming out with an album called Radlands, and this is a slathering of what you’l find in the stew. North American audiences will be able to bring rice (metaphorically speaking) to the stew when they arrive in June for shows, opening up for Keane:
11 June 2012 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
12 June 2012 House Of Blues Boston, MA *
14 June 2012 Music Center At Strathmore North Bethesda, MD *
15 June 2012 Beacon Theatre New York NY *
16 June 2012 Merriam Theater Philadelphia PA *
18 June 2012 Olympia de Montreal Montreal QC *
19 June 2012 The Sound Academy Toronto ON *
21 June 2012 Marathon Music Works Nashville TN *
22 June 2012 Vic Theatre Chicago IL *
23 June 2012 Pabst Theatre Milwaukee WI *
25 June 2012 Paramount Theatre Denver CO *
26 June 2012 The Gallivan Center Salt Lake City UT *
29 June 2012 The Orpheum Theatre Los Angeles CA *
30 June 2012 The Fox Theatre Oakland CA *
Short and simple here: this is Jonti. He has released a new album called Sine & Moon (The Album), and it will be released as an LP. Just as the plural of vinyl is vinyl, when I say LP, I mean vinyl, not as a casual/blanket term to use for “album”.
You probably don’t care about that. You do care about his music, or may have heard the name and are thinking “why should I care?” You can find out for yourself with this free download of one of his songs, in this case the “RAJA Rearrangement” of “Nightshift in Waltz”. His press release states he is inspired by Madlib, and that’s good enough for me.
Baby Dee is called a flamboyant artist, press release states “one of the most” of the last decade. Does that result in a formula that leads to good music? Find out when she goes on tour with her Drag City album, Regifted Light, produced by Andrew W.K.:
June 15 – Detroit, MI @ MOCA Detroit
June 16 – Chicago, IL @ Old Town School of Folk Music
June 17 – Dubuque, IA @ Monks Kaffee Pub
June 18 – Minneapolis, MN @ Bryant Lake Bowl Theatre
June 19 – Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre
June 21 – Calgary, AB @ #1 Legion (Sled Island)
June 23 – Calgary, AB @ The Ironwood (Sled Island)
June 24 – Vancouver, BC @ The Waldorf Hotel w/ Tim Cohen
June 25 – Seattle, WA @ Rendezvous
June 26 – Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
June 29 – San Francisco, CA @ Brick and Mortar Music Hall
June 30 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo w/ Tim Cohen
July 5 – St. Louis, MO @ The Firebird
If an artist can embrace being called someone with “unconventional glory”, Baby Dee may very well be for you.
Boston representation here with the help of Reject, who offers up a nice track by also bringing in MaddMaxxx (out of New Jersey) and Slaine for assistance. It’s called “Go To Sleep”, but don’t doze off on his music.
Synesthesia: The Yellow Movement is the forthcomign EP from Ill Poetic, and here’s the first video from it, which begins with a bit of introspective of where he comes from and how he uses its inspiration to get him to where he needs to go. Positivity right here.
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Discovered this book review blog when someone had posted a review of a music book. Went through it and saw a number of books I immediately put on my want list. Created by Maria Popova and features a number of contributors.
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The show is no more, but you may explore the archives of this great Portland-based podcast while you can. You may now listen to Cort & Bobby in Welcome To That Whole Thing, listed below.