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You’ll be able to see and hear Stolen Jars unfold onto you when they perform in the following cities:
July 26… Brooklyn, NY (Pete’s Candy Store)
August 15… Paterson, NJ (Paterson Art Factory)
September 20… Providence, RI (Nissan’s Lair)
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music in six years is an eternity for some, but it is what was needed in order to get him from there to here. Here is now, and he is about to release his fourth full length called Night Safari (Bad Panda/Folk Wisdom), so for those who have been waiting for more musical selections from Mr. Andrea Mangia, the wait is over. As a preview, here’s a song he did with Giorgio Tuma called “Brasilia”, which would have been perfect for this year’s World Cup, but it could be perfect for that country for all time.
Night Safari will be released on September 29th.
Sleep were one of my favorite bands twenty years ago before they stopped making any new music. They released what they did and just ended their existence. No longer. “The Clarity” is their first new material in twenty years, and the song (a memmoth 10-minute juicer) is part of Adult Swim’s Singles download series. You may check it out by heading here and if you are a Sleep fan who is just stunned at the fact that you just read they have new music, wait until you listen to it.
Next week Friday will be the day C-Bass and BaseHunt drop a new project called Found Amongst The Trees, but you’re able to find something in your vision: a song from the aforementioned album. It’s called “Rarified Air” and this one is quite nice, as is the case with Oakland.
Director Shaun Clark worked with The Bynars for their video “How Does It Feel To Be In Love?” three years ago, and the union was sparked once again in 2014 for their latest song, “Time vs. Money”. This one features the dancing talents of Kirsten Evans and Alex Lantz, who were choreographed by Viktor Plotnikov.
“Nothing Like Us” is the latest song by Revalation, and if you have been impressed by his works in the last few years, you will definitely be into this one. The song also features EmliOMG & Keace, the latter of which is the man responsible for the production.
You may have recently read a story about Eric Garner, a Staten Island man who was harassed by police officers to the point where he was unable to breathe, which lead to his death. Uncommon Nasa wanted to touch on this and he made a song about it called “We Living In These Dark Times”. While the sample in question, King Crimson’s “Epitaph”, is slightly different from how I also used it years ago, it is meant to tell a story to insure its message gets across, and I feel it does. Have a listen.
Toronto’s Alex Metcalfe creates music under the name Waxlimbs, who not only creates it in the studio but brings it out in a live setting, and wants to make use of his presentations in the best way possible. He has released a new single, “Spots” and “Breathing”, both which sound distinct from one another but give a partial taste as to what he is doing and hinting at. If you like the songs and want to download it, it’s available for a limited time. To find out what Waxlimbs has in store in the future, check his official Facebook page.
The only thing I don’t like about this video is that Will Hill is dancing over a graveyard. Maybe in the grand scheme of things, it’s just dirt but there’s a level of respect when someone is at a cemetery. Nonetheless, Atlanta’s Will Hill headed out to the Oakland area and decided that one of his video concepts involved dancing over a graveyard. Maybe there’s a reason for it, and he may talk about it in his new song, “Andele”. The song is from his new album Idle, available as a free download.
If you’re looking to hear something completely new in the punk department, you’ll want to try out this new demo from Houston. They go by the name of Holy Money, and someone said they sound like “a cross between Dystopia and Column Of Heaven.” The band consists of Hughes (drums/noise/vocals), Therani (Bass), and Hirth (guitar/vocals) and while a few of you may think it sounds rough, consider that this is just a demo. I like it as is, very rugged and full of demanded rage.
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