Monthly Archives: July 2012

Cool Off With Kilo Kish’s ‘Watergun’

Cool Off With Kilo Kish’s ‘Watergun’

If there was ever a tune that was best suited to the dog days of summer, it’s ‘Watergun’ from NYC singer/designer Kilo Kish.

It features production from The Internet, who she will be hitting the road with starting this weekend. Dates are below;

8/4 Washington, D.C. – U Street Music Hall

8/5 New York City – Bowery Ballroom

8/7 Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s

8/8 Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall

8/10 Toronto, ON – Mod Club


This Is A Chance To Listen To Dream’s This Isn’t House For Free

This Is A Chance To Listen To Dream’s This Isn’t House For Free

English producer/DJ Dream has just released his This Isn’t House EP on OWSLA.

It features remixes by Flinch, Topher Jones and LoBounce.


Aesop Rock Keeps The Momentum Going With Second Leg Of Tour Dates

Aesop Rock has decided that he likes being on the road so much that he’s extending the current tour in support of his new album Skelethon.

Dark Time Sunshine will continue as opener and Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz will perform alongside him through the extended tour.

Tickets go on sale on August 3. Fans also have the option of buying limited edition 6″x20″ prints designed by artist/illustrator Alex Pardee along with his ZEROFRIENDS art & apparel brand by heading here. Proceeds will go towards replacing gear, laptops and hard drives that were stolen prior to what was scheduled to be the second show of the tour in San Francisco. The gig has been rescheduled to September 16 because of the theft.

The prints will be signed by both Aesop and Alex Pardee and cost $50 a piece and the sale will run until August 6 or while supplies last. Nearly 900 people came out to Aesop’s in-store appearence at Amoeba Music in San Francisco, showing just how much support he has from his fans.

New tour dates are below;

Aug 30           Santa Cruz, CA                   The Catalyst

Aug 31           Bakersfield, CA                    B Ryder’s

Sept 1             Las Vegas, NV                    LVCS

Sept 2             Los Angeles, CA                Fuck Yeah Fest

Sept 4             Reno, NV                         Knitting Factory

Sept 7             Spokane WA                     A Club

Sept 8            Yakima WA                        The Seasons

Sept 10          Eugene, OR                        WOW Hall

Sept 12          Arcata, CA                          Van Duzer Theater @ Humboldt State

Sept 13          Sacramento, CA                  Ace of Spades

Sept 14          Chico, CA                           El Rey Theatre

Sept 16          San Francisco, CA              The Fillmore


Give Child Of Lov’s ‘Rotisserie’ A Spin

Give Child Of Lov’s ‘Rotisserie’ A Spin

This is a track that will not appear on the forthcoming debut from Child Of Lov.

However, the debut does feature collaborations with Damon Albarn, DOOM and many more.

COL was discovered by Trey Reames, who hooked up Cee-Lo Green and Dangermouse (And we all know how that turned out!) His track ‘Heal’ caught the attention of Damon Albarn.

Keep an eye on his Facebook page for free tunes as well as daily pearls of spiritual wisdom from the digital shaman. 


Take Psychic Ill’s New Song With You

Take Psychic Ill’s New Song With You

This is probably the most accessible Psychic Ills song to date.

‘Take Me You’ finds the band spending a lot of time in VU territory like they did on their recent album Hazed but this time out, they seem to be moving towards more straightforward songwriting along with the upfront vocals.

They’re currently working on their new album, Look for it on Sacred Bones in early 2013.


Try On Mike Finito’s Nehru Jacket

Try On Mike Finito’s Nehru Jacket

Queens producer Mike Finito has released his debut album Nehru Jacket and he’s offering both a free stream and download of it.


NxEW Post For July 31, 2012

Today’s is about Vancouver’s Fine Times upcoming release on Light Organ Records on September 18.