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Doomsday Student – A self-help tragedy

This is Doomsday Student, their new album “A self-help tragedy”,  will be out on Dec. 2nd, via Three One G Records and SKiN GRAFT Records.
Their live performances are amazing, intense and loud, check them out if you get the chance.

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“A self-help tragedy” 
1. “The First Trip”
2. “LSD Mom”
3. “Angry Christmas”
4. “Wonderful”
5. “Fight and Flight”
6. “Yoko Ono’s Nightmare”
7. “The Kids Are Confused”
8. “Johnston Tar Pits”

“Angry Christmas”


“LSD MOM”

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Girl in Amber

New video from Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds new album ‘Skeleton Tree’, the song “Girl in Amber”, the video is part of the film One more time with feeling, which will be back in theaters on December 1st., it will be screened again at Ken Cinema in San Diego, CA.

Nick Cave – Jesus Alone

“..you are a drug addict lying on your back in a Tijuana hotel..”

We can tell by the lyrics that this song is biographical and full of grief.
This is the video for “Jesus Alone”, the first track from the new Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds album Skeleton Tree, out 9th September.

The video is taken from feature film directed by Andrew Dominik, ‘One more with feeling’, out 8th September.
Here is the trailer:

Iggy Pop – Sunday

What a Sunday!
Here is Iggy Pop‘s latest video from the song “Sunday”, off the album ‘Post Pop Depression’.

This song reminds us a little bit of David Bowie‘s “Blackout”, from ‘Heroes’.

Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool


Why does Radiohead matter?, Why or How is it that after 20+ years they still find a way to innovate and create something new?, Are they still relevant?, Do they win new fans with their album release?, What does their marketing mean to all the rest of the bands out there?

Is this their best album yet?, Did they innovate?, Did they create something new?

After 9 albums and multiple different solo ventures, who are they?

All of these questions, and more, came up to me while listening to their new album. Is it their best album?, I don’t know. Is it a return to form?, I don’t even know what that means. I don’t know if I want them back in whatever their old form means.

This is what I do know, this album felt right. This album was what I needed and wanted to hear, I didn’t know this until the album started playing before my ears. Granted, the first time I heard the first single “Burn The Witch” it did not do much to impress, however after listening to the second single, in which they gave a chance to the up and coming filmmaker known as Paul Tomas Anderson to direct it, the first single felt better in my ears. Then the album happened, and song after song it was just what needed to be played.

Yes, in my not so humble opinion it does sound like a Jonny Greenwood album. It also sounds like a soundtrack to a PTA film, one that has yet to be filmed. It sounds beautiful and grand, no, it is not reinventing the wheel. No, it is not visionary, yes, it was amazingly produced. Yes, it’s quite possible it’s in my top 2 albums from the band.

All 11 tracks in this album are beautiful and magical. They sound great in the record and I can only imagine that they will sound majestic live. “Ful Stop” is a favorite, so is “Desert Island Disk”, and also “The Numbers” as is “Present Tense”. At this point you can get the idea that the whole album is absolutely worth a listen, if you like music. And if your were one of the lucky bastards to score tickets to one of their shows at non-festivals then I’m sure you will be in for a treat.

To those that say that this sounds somewhat emo. That it sounds sad. That it is too slow. That is too downtempo. That they prefer dancing Thom. That hey prefer when ______… Listen, just please stfu. It’s ok not to like it. The same way that it’s ok to like it. The one thing anyone can say is that whenever Radiohead releases an album, you can be sure that everyone will have an opinion. As biased as it will be, everyone will have one.

All hail Radiohead, Nigel Godrich and Stanley Donwood included!, For they’re one of the last visionaries recording.

Dead Cross – We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead

Dead Cross are Dave Lombardo, Justin Pearson, Gabe Serbian and Michael Crain.
Dead Cross emerged out of a series of unlikely happenstance, fallen-through plans, and last-minute musical experimentation. Schemed up in the LA recording studio of Ross Robinson, Michael Crain, Justin Pearson, and Dave Lombardo initially concocted the idea of a collaboration with only weeks to go before what would be their first shows. Shows which were essentially scheduled before the band’s full formation—before it was even named, and without a shred of material written.” – threeoneg.com

Here is “We’ll Sleep When They’re Dead”, first official track from their upcoming album, which is still being worked on by the band and Ross Robinson.

Head Wound City – Scraper

Watch Head Wound City‘s video for the song ‘Scraper’, first track from the new album “A New Wave of Violence”, out May 13 via VICE Records.
They will begin touring later this month, also in May supporting Savages, they are one the best live acts you won’t want to miss.

Minor Victories

We love new music and we are very excited that this band was created, Minor Victories are Justin Lockey from Editors, James Lockey from Hand Held Cine Club, Stuart Braithwaite from Mogwai, Rachel Goswell from Slowdive, they are releasing their self-titled debut album on June 3, via Fat Possum Records / Play It Again Sam.
Here is their first single “A hundred ropes”.

Minor Vitories – Film One

Mogwai – Ether

Mogwai “Ether”, second track from their forthcoming new album ‘Atomic’, due for release on 1 April via Rock Action Records.
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