Monthly Archives: November 2015

Stream JYYE’s ‘You Love Me’ for Free

Australian deep house artist JYYE has shared a free stream of ‘You Love Me’.

The free stream of the track comes a full week ahead of its planned release on iTunes, Beatport and other fine online retailers via Spotted Records.

Steven Wilson Announces Show at Massey Hall


Steven Wilson has announced that he will play Massey Hall in Toronto on March 1.

Wilson is touring in support of his current release 4 1Ž2. out on January 22. The album received that title because it is interim release between his fourth release Hand. Cannot. Erase and his next album.

The album consists of six songs; four originated during the sessions for his previous release while one is a leftover from the sessions for Wilson’s album The Raven That Refused to Sing.

The final track is a recording of ‘Don’t Hate Me’, a song originally recorded by Porcupine Tree in 1998. It’s based on a version recorded during a recent European tour with additional work being done in the studio.

The version of the song found on 4 1Ž2 features a duet between Wilson and Ninet Tayeb.

Andrew Bird Announces Tour Dates

Andrew Bird has announced the dates of his late 2015/2016 tour.

The dates will also include his annual Gezelligheid gigs.

$1 from every ticket sold during the spring leg of the tour will go towards organizations aiming to end gun violence and build safer communities. Proceeds from Bird’s December 11 show will go towards Foundations of Music in Chicago, an organization that funds music lessons for students at ChiArts.

Dec 7 –  Chicago, IL – 4th Presbyterian Church
Dec 8 –  Chicago, IL – 4th Presbyterian Church
Dec 9 –  Chicago, IL – 4th Presbyterian Church
Dec 10 –  Chicago, IL – 4th Presbyterian Church
Dec 11 –  Chicago, IL – The Hideout
Feb 25 –  Eindhoven, NL – Muziekgebouw
Feb 26 –  Amsterdam, NL – Muziekgebouw aan’t IJ
Feb 27 –  Rotterdam, NL – De Doelen
Feb 28 –  Groningen, NL – De Oosterpoort
Mar 30 –  Nashville, TN – The Ryman
April 1 –  Knoxville, TN – Big Ears Festival
April 2 –  Atlanta, GA – The Tabernacle
April 4 –  Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
April 5 –  Washington, DC – 9:30 Club
April 7 –  Brooklyn, NY – Kings Theatre
April 8 –  New York, NY – Terminal 5
April 9 –  Boston, MA – Citi Wang Theatre
April 11 –  Montreal, QC – Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre
April 13 –  Toronto, ON – Danforth Music Hall
April 14 –  Detroit, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
April 15 –  Columbus, OH – The LC Pavillion
April 16 –  Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
April 18 –  Milwaukee, WI – The Riverside Theater
April 19 –  Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
April 21 –  Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
April 22 –  St. Louis, MO – The The Pageant
April 30 –  Dublin, IRE – Vicar Street
May 2 –  Edinburgh, UK – Queen’s Hall
May 3 –  Manchester, UK – Cathedral
May 4 – London, UK – Roundhouse
May 6 –  Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
May 8 –  Brussels, BE – Cirque Royale
May 9 –  Paris, FR – Trianon


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Tommy Trash’s ‘Me & U’ (Featuring Anna Lunoe)

The final video in Tommy Trash‘s animated trilogy sees him being rescued from the belly of a whale then saved from being the main course for a tribe of cannibalistic dolls.

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Husser’s ‘Name Another N!99@’

The video for Husser’s ‘Name Another N!99@’ finds the Montreal rapper rolling around his hometown in an electric wheelchair.

He took time out of working with his group The Posterz to film the clip with fellow MTL’ers The Ragers. The track combines live instruments with classic boom-bap hip-hop.

Husser is one third of The Posterz and turned down a basketball scholarship to pursue his hip-hop dreams. His love of music started at an early age thanks to his mother, who was an aficionado of 90’s hip-hop and R ‘n B. Husser also started playing drums at the age of 10.

While he was creating his own rhymes in Montreal’s Little Burgundy community that he met his future bandmates, Joey Sherrett and Kris the $pirit, while they were hanging around the Youth in Motion community center, which has a basement studio.

Initially called The Poster Boiiz, they spent the next five years making albums, videos and touring the world.

During this time, Husser worked on material separate from The Posterz, eventually compiling an album’s worth.

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Rustie’s ‘First Mythz’

Rustie unveiled the video for ‘First Mythz’ during his recent Reddit AMA.

He revealed the song two days ahead of the surprise release of his album EVENIFUDONTBELIEVE, out now on Warp Records. It will be available on vinyl on March 18.

Stream the album for free here.

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Rome Fortune’s ‘Dance’

Rome Fortune worked with long-time collaborators GOLDRUSH on the video for ‘Dance’.

Rome choreographs club goers an entire club dancing their pain away.