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Hot As Sun are a duo-now-band who have released a new single today called “Come Come”, featuring a remix of the song by Tokyo Police Club. Hot As Sun are signed to Last Gang Records, and you can listen to the remix below.
“Come Come” and its complimentary remix will also appear on their forthcoming, self-titled EP due out June 19th, with a full length album scheduled for sometime this fall.
The success of Steve Hoffman‘s remaster of Ten Years After‘s A Space In Time on compact disc has lead to Audio Fidelity to press it up on 180g audiophile quality vinyl, but this time getting Kevin Gray to do it for vinyl. The album will be released on June 5th.
Vinyl junkies will know this record all too well, for it’s not only one of the more famous Ten Years After albums, but because of it’s popularity, it’s easy to find at thrift stores, charity shops, and garage sales. The condition of those records found may not be up to par, but if it is your personal favorite, you’ll be able to hear the Kevin Gray remaster on your format of choice. You can pre-order your copy (or copies) directly from Amazon with the link below on the left.
Brand new video from Theory Hazit, who always has new theories to drop but for now this is a video for his song “Ol D3rty Hazit”, as he displays how he gets busy on the mic while transferring digital files to 60 minute cassettes.
Speed metal fans are true to their favorite bands, and Kreator are a group who I have loved since high school. Word about a new album in 2012 made me go “OH SHIT!”, and further proof can be heard and seen in their video for the title track to Phantom Antichrist. The Germans always do their metal incredibly well, and this song is no exception.
As you can see below, the album will be released on see-through yellow vinyl. Phantom Antichrist will be released on June 5th.
The main man known as Pete Rock opens up his record room for a new installment of Fuse‘s series of examining the record collections of well known producers. As expected, this one is deep as Pete talks about his love of music and all that is vinyl.
It seemed like yesterday when I reviewed his latest album, Straight, No Chaser, and now Reks has created a video for my favorite song off of the album. The song is the album opener, “Autographs”, with a video directed by Felipe Jorge. I dig it, and I hope you do too.
Murs continues to push his Love & Rockets Vol. 1: The Transformation album, and for good reason: it’s good. “Epic Salutations” might sound like the perfect way to end an album (or conversation) but in this case, it’s the song that begins his album. The guy is always busy doing stuff, so check this out before he releases volumes 5 and 12.
Last month you were able to hear a song from Ty Segall‘s forthcoming album, and now the band are offering another. The song is called “I Bought My Eyes”, and you can take a listen to and/or download it by heading to RollingStone.com.
Dikembe will be releasing a new 12″ EP through Tiny Engines called Broad Shoulders. Like the phrase, does the music have its share of connotations? It is unknown at this time, but Dikembe and Tiny Engines would like for you to check out one of the songs from the EP through a free download. The song is called “We Could Be Called River Rats” but they’re not, they’re called Dikembe. Or maybe they’re speaking of you and your/our generation. Or they’re just being… nevermind, you want the song, right? Head to AltPress.com and check it out, free of charge.
Dr. Dre‘s The Chronic album is once again honored with album cover homage, this time from Seattle’s Art Vandelay. It’s not the first time The Chronic has been honored with album cover homage. Last summer, the cover was moved into the comedy world by actor/comedian Michael Ian Black.
Art Vandelay’s album is a recent release that he has made available for free, so if you want to check out some new hip-hop music, stream and/or download.
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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.
Cool slew of goodies from books and diaries to T-shirts, bags and soaps. Now based in Portland.
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.