51 New Bands That Will Make 2014 Awesome » When The Gramophone Rings First things first. Yes, we are fully aware that not all of the below are bands. But what else to use? ‘Acts’ give the whole thing an unwanted circus feel, ‘groups’ brings to mind X Factor categories and ‘musicians’ gives the whole thing a seriousness that our immaturity just can’t handle. Secondly, the wording is important once again. There are many lists floating around at this time of year, a large percentage of which predicting the acts that will be big over the course of the next 12 months.
Music The "power jazz" trio reinvents Stravinsky's avant-garde classic in a wholly new way. And darn if it doesn't sound fresh! Love and Hate offers songs that are mature, but not aged, worldly, but not cynical, in a soundscape that flows with no forcing and no faltering. This merger of two industrial pioneers can be impressive, but never quite matches the original versions. Some questionable choices, but otherwise a good place to start in the man's discography. IWR - Art and Culture Archive - Beautiful Paintings of Women, Music, Videos June 2014 Art and Music Links For 06/30/2014 Sir Edward Burne-Jones - The Love Song (1866-77) Click on the image below to see the remarkable details in this wonderful painting. Odilon Redon - Pandora (1914) Auguste Renoir - Young Girl Bathing (1892) Yumiko Kayukawa - The Planet Far Far Away
Archive for 2014 VERY IMPORTANT THOUGHTS: Caustic Window – “Fingry” Alright, it’s time for another edition of Very Important Thoughts. This is that segment where Elissa or I pick a song and then discuss it until the song’s over. At the end, we both give our verdict based on that… Backstory #1 by Donal Dineen This mix is comprised of tunes I've been digging out for a night I'm starting in Dubin's Sugar Club called Backstory. It's an attempt to join all the dots between all the music's of the world that more... This mix is comprised of tunes I've been digging out for a night I'm starting in Dubin's Sugar Club called Backstory. It's an attempt to join all the dots between all the music's of the world that have rocked my soul over the past two decades. /// Backstory is a night of dancing tunes and original visuals hosted by Donal Dineen.
Once Upon A Time Zella Day’s Soundcloud biography insists on her American roots: raised in a small mountain town in the depths of Arizona, she grew up singing Bob Dylan and Elvis Presley covers in her family’s coffee shop. Strongly felt in the “Seven Nation Army” cover that first brought her to our attention, these influences are still there on “1965″ and yet make way for a pop twist as Zella Day’s captivating vocals expand to tell a beautiful, nostalgic tale. Our friends at Blah Blah Blah Science are releasing the track as the B-side to Sweet Ophelia next week. Having put out a couple of great tracks in the last few months, this young Icelandic duet could easily surf on the harmonious wave that is “Tension” to take their name further.
S 20 Best Dance Albums of 2011 House goes R&B, dubstep goes subterranean, panic goes to the disco, Justice goes to space, and moombahton does whatever moombahton wants. Groove, however, is still in the heart. Presenting our picks for the 20 best dance records of 2011. SPIN's Best of 2011: -- One Fucked Up Year: SPIN's Best of 2011 Issue -- SPIN's 50 Best Albums of 2011 -- SPIN's 20 Best Songs of 2011 -- SPIN's 40 Best Rap Albums of 2011 -- SPIN's 10 Best Reissues of 2011 -- SPIN's 25 Best Live Photos of 2011 -- Endless Bummer: 30 Ways 2011 Was a Drag 20. Four Tet, Fabriclive 59 With the memory of 2010's blissful There Is Love in You still fresh, Four Tet's Kieran Hebden spent 2011 expanding the brand.
rollingstone William Seward Burroughs is not a talkative man. Once at a dinner he gazed down into a pair of stereo microphones trained to pick up his every munch and said, "I don't like talk and I don't like talkers. Like Ma Barker. You remember Ma Barker? Well, that's what she always said, 'Ma Barker doesn't like talk and she doesn't like talkers.'