Monthly Archives: August 2016

Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Dirty Dishes’ ‘Lackluster’

The Bradford Krieger-directed video for NYC’s Dirty Dishes‘ ‘Lackluster’ features shots of the band’s singer Jenny Tuite interspersed with a collage of colorful images.

The track can be found on the band’s debut album Guilty, out now on Exploding in Sound Records. The band split the recording of the album between LA and Boston. Producer Chris Thompson recorded Guilty in his garage.

Catch Dirty Dishes on the following dates;

08/26 – Columbus, OH @ 934 Gallery
08/27 – Oberlin, OH @ Oberlin College
08/28 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Roboto
08/29 – Philadelphia, PA  @ Kung Fu Necktie
08/31 – Washington, DC @ Dew Drop Inn
09/01 – Easthampton, MA @ Flywheel Arts Collective
09/02 – Boston, MA
09/03 – Brooklyn, NY @ Sunnyvale w/ Haybaby, Soft Fangs & Human People

 


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: G-Eazy’s ‘Calm Down’

G-Eazy has unveiled the video for ‘Calm Down’.

The clip is set in his hometown of Oakland and features shots of Berkeley and the Bay Area. The B&W vid features appearances from E-40, Too $hort, Mac Wanda (Mac Dre’s Mom), Nef The Pharoah,  Jay Ant, P Lo, Kool John and 7 year old trick dirt-bike rider AJ Stuntz.

‘Calm Down’ is an ode to Oakland and the surrounding regions. G-Eazy shot it on his Endless Summer tour. He also shared the second episode of The Endless Summer, a doc chronicling his tour. The episode includes a clip of him performing ‘Drifting’ on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with Tory Lanez as well as tour stops on both coasts.

G-Eazy will perform on the MTV Video Music Awards on August 28.


Videos for a Lazy Sunday: Barren Womb’s ‘White Raven’

Norwegian noise rockers Barren Womb have shared the video for ‘White Raven’from their latest release Nique Everything, out now on Spartan Records.

The album is the follow-up to their 2014 debut The Sun’s Not Yellow. Nique Everything finds the band embracing a a country/Americana sound while retaining the energy of their previous release.

barren womb album cover

1. Make sure you get yr whole head in front of t…

2. Heap blame/put to shame

3. White raven

4. Piss jugs

5. Town’s back the way you came

6. Älyämpäri

7. Man fucks burning goat

8. Devil run the game

9. You can’t fire me, because I quit

10. Svart hav


Stream Thundercat’s ‘Bus in the Streets’ for Free

Thundercat has unveiled a free stream of ‘Bus in the Streets’; his first new music since his 2015 effort Beyond … Where the Giants Roam.

This follows his first Grammy win for his contribution to Kendrick Lamar‘s To Pimp a Butterfly; ‘These Walls’. He also found the time to guest on Comedy Central’s Why with Hannibal Buress and The Eric Andre Show.

Thundercat also unveiled the video for ‘Song of the Dead’;

Catch him on the following dates;

27 Aug Afropunk Fest, Brooklyn, NY, USA
10 Sep OnBlackheath Festival, London, UK
15 Sep Brainfeeder at Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA, USA – SOLD OUT
16 Sep Brainfeeder at Fox Theatre, Oakland, CA, USA


A Note About My Name

I have received several e-mail over the last few months calling me “Andre”.

This is not my name. If you want to approach me about coverage, it’s Andrew.

Moving forward, if I receive any e-mails calling me “Andre”, I will ignore and delete the message.


Stream Few Bits’ ‘Sweet Warrior’ for Free

Few Bits have shared a free stream of ‘Sweet Warrior’ from their sophomore album Big Sparks, out on September 30 via [PIAS].

This follows the timely release of ‘Summer Sun’, also streaming for free;

The band first got their start in 2013 and gained popularity in their native Belgium before being invited to open for Vampire Weekend, The War on Drugs as well as tour the UK with The Lemonheads.

“The girl on the (album) cover is the niece of photographer Boris Bruegel,” singer Karolien Van Reensbeck said in a statement. “The image already existed, but as soon as I saw it I was sold. She is small and vulnerable but at the same time she is looking into the camera with anger and determination. Combativeness too. I recognise myself in that. This one photo summarises the content of the record perfectly.”


Stream HarpAcash & The Morals’ ‘Sleeping in a Hammock’ for Free

Barrie, Ontario’s HarpAcash & The Morals have shared a free stream of ‘Sleeping in a Hammock’, the second single from their forthcoming debut album Lamps, out on Latent Recordings on September 23.

In a statement, the band said the song is about“getting through life even when it seems ridiculous. It’s about making lemonade out of lemons, accepting cause and effect and knowing that life doesn’t come with instructions, so you’re gonna go through some shit!”

Catch HarpAcash & The Morals on the following dates;

Aug 26 – Thornbury, ON –  Bruce Wine Bar

Sep 23 – Oro Medonte, ON –  OK Friday

Oct 06 – Toronto, ON –  The Burdock