Gabriels has released a new single, “Angels And Queens”, off their album “Angels And Queens – Part 1”.
The video for the song “Angels And Queens” was directed by Clarys Biagi.
Gabriels just finished up a short run of dates opening up for Harry Styles. Jacob Lusk (singer) said of the album: “I’m not gonna lie, I want to win every award, every Grammy! I want to perform with everybody and anybody”. Ari Balouzian (violinist, producer) said: “The success of this was actually getting to make something we’re so proud of”. Ryan Hope (keyboard, producer) said: “I got everything I needed from it; enjoying the process. I’m not looking for it to do any specific number or win a bunch of things”.
LCD Soundsystem have shared a new single, “New Body Rhumba”, for the Noah Baumbach directed movie “White Noise”.
James Murphy is no stranger to working with Noah Baumbach since he has already scored 2 of his previous films, “Greenberg” and “While We’re Young”.
The movie will premiere in theaters on November 25th and begin streaming in Netflix on December 30th. The movie is an adaptation of the “unfilmable” book “White Noise” by Don Delillo, whose synopsis reads: “Jack Gladney is the creator and chairman of Hitler studies at the College-on-the-Hill. This is the story of his absurd life – a life that is going well enough until a chemical spill from a rail car releases an Airborne Toxic Event, and Jack is forced to confront his biggest fear: his own mortality.” .
The movie stars Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Jodie Turner-Smith, Don Cheadle. The original score was done by Danny Elfman.
Caleb Landry Jones has announced the release of his new album, “Gadzooks Vol. 2”, out November 4th via Sacred Bones.
TRACKLIST: 1. Croc Killers 2 2. Little Lion Blues 3. Touchdown Yolk 4. The Shanty Shine 5. Georgie Borge (The Termite) 6. Jeepers 7. Anyone But You 8. Slink On Fido 9. The Puppet Rush 10. Croc Killers 1
The first single off the album is “Touchdown Yolk”. The video directed by his own creative collective Shalah Shakah Productions, collages handheld camcorder footage recorded around New York City.
Caleb Landry Jones shared this in a statement: “I’m aware of only half the picture. It comes down upon me like a heavy rain. The psycho Deli is out of mustard and all the Porn Stars won’t leave their homes. I’m out only to get myself, but don’t get in the way. The bugs which throw themselves at windows rarely get their say.”
Austin TV have woken from their slumber and released a new single, “De La Orquídea Y De La Avispa”, after almost 10 years away.
The band released a statement via their Instagram account that said: To all of us that male rhizome and love Austin TV. It’s been almost 9 years since our last concert. There aren’t enough words to express our thanks and gratitude for all the different ways that you’ve showed that you care and love us. Austin is alive and active thanks to you that have allowed our music to accompany you. In these last years a lot of things have happened. We’re well aware that Austin is more than a band, it’s an entity-spirit that exists and has existed no matter the circumstances. It has been said that the only constant is movement and Austin has not been the exception. We have mutated again…we want to let you know that at the beginning of this year, Mario Sanchez (Chavo), founding member of the band proposed to us to continue on with the band sans him, because he discovered that his place in music was no longer on stage. He wants to pursue his dream of becoming a professional in the music industry as a representative in Mexico of “CD Baby” and “Downtown Music Holdings”. Trying to be as crystal clear as possible with all of you we want to let you know that he has approved of this communication and has asked that we all respect his decision since he sincerely hopes that we all can continue to vibe together with Austin TV; that way honoring the fundamental idea of the band and the reason why we wear masks and uniforms. Because I’m this project no one is more important than the other. After questioning everything…Chiosan, Xnayer, Totore y Rata have decided to play again 🖤
Why come back? We’re doing it because life has taught us that in these years Austin and music saves us. We’ve gone thru deep processes of self knowledge, and working on our mental health both individually and collective. We decided to get together to play and compose because of our need to express everything that we’ve learned and grown throughout these years. We don’t have the exact words to describe what we feel, we have music. We also wanted to let you know how grateful we are to have coincided and to have connected to play and compose new music for Austin, Hector Fematt, who far from being new, is an old friend and an incredible guitarist. He has played with different bands like Canseco, Insite, Kill Aniston, Accidents, Javier Blake, Silver Rose, Bye Sami, Desmemoriado, A veces siempre, among others. We welcome and thank him for sharing part of his soul to this cause. We are really excited with this new chapter of Austin TV. We want to believe that “ALL OF US ARE PART OF A WHOLE”. We want to believe in the quantic consciousness, in the mycelium, in drawing maps, to be a rhizome like the orchid and the was. But above all we want to believe that in this constant becoming we will find meaning and expression for all of these emotions that unites us as persons. We are an instrumental band with a lot to say. Thank you for your understanding and for honoring the processes of Austin TV. We’ll be waiting in the instrumental rock and we promise you all of our love and all of ourselves. Your face doesn’t matter, you matter.
Something noteworthy that ties this announcement to the city of Tijuana is the fact that the band has been using in their new work and live set up pedals from the local company Paradox Effects.
Lastly, Austin TV have been the 1st band announced for next year’s Vive Latino festival in Mexico City.
Freddie Gibbs has shared a new single, “Dark Hearted”, off his upcoming album “$oul $old $eparately” out September 30th.
TRACKLIST: 01 “Couldn’t Be Done” (Feat. Kelly Price) 02 “Blackest In The Room” 03 “Pain & Strife” (Feat. Offset) 04 “Zipper Bagz” 05 “Too Much (Feat. Moneybagg Yo) 06 “Lobster Omelette” (Feat. Rick Ross) 07 “Space Rabbit” 08 “Feel No Pain” (Feat. Anderson .Paak & Raekwon) 09 “Rabbit Vision” 10 “PYS” (Feat. DJ Paul) 11 “Dark Hearted” 12 “Gold Rings” (Feat. Pusha T) 13 “Grandma’s Stove” (Feat. Musiq Soulchild) 14 “CIA” 15 “Decoded” (Feat. Scarface)
The song was produced by James Blake.
Freddie Gibbs said this of his album: “SSS, my new album. Soul Sold Separately, that’s my motherfucking all fresh shit. The new album is going to be crazy. This is probably going to be the best album I did. I think this one. I think ever since Piñata, I’ve been dropping classic albums, so I’m not going to stop right there. You know what I’m saying? Piñata, classic. Bandana was a classic. Alfredo is a classic. SSS, going to be the same thing. I leveled up on his album. It’s going to be more features. It’s a little more sauce on this one I would say. Alfredo, that was just me rapping with…shit, I barely wrote a fucking hook on Alfredo. I was just showing n***** they can’t rap better than me”.
Dead Cross have shared their 3rd single, “Christian Missile Crisis”, off their upcoming album “II” out October 28th via Ipecac.
TRACKLIST: 01 “Love Without Love” 02 “Animal Espionage 03 “Heart Reformer” 04 “Strong And Wrong” 05 “Ants And Dragons” 06 “Nightclub Canary” 07 “Christian Missile Crisis” 08 “Reign Of Error” 09 “Imposter Syndrome”
The video was directed, edited and assembled by Displaced/Replaced.
Justin Pearson shared this about the release: “’Christian Missile Crisis’ takes an obvious jab at organized religion, NRA-holes who clearly compensate for their lack of masculinity by fixating on gun ownership and gun ‘rights,’ and the fact that a large enough amount of Americans have the inability to negotiate peace and prefer oppressing others.”
Accompanying the release of “Christian Missile Crisis,” is the launch of an online auction, in partnership with Fender, to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (San Diego chapter) and The Satanic Temple’s Religious Reproductive Rights Campaign. The fundraiser (https://go.rallyup.com/dcguitar), features two custom Fender Player Lead III guitars, one black, and one beige. Both guitars have been modified by The Black Moon Design with clear vehicle wrap grade vinyl decals featuring art from the band’s album. The band said, collectively: “In light of the recent loss of our ex-bandmate, comrade, brother, and all around amazing person Gabe Serbian, Ipecac Recordings and Three One G will donate all proceeds from the beige guitar to help suicide prevention awareness. All proceeds from the black guitar will go to help fight laws that do not promote the health and safety of individuals in relation to bodily autonomy.”