I was at this one. Intense, wild, exhausting, sexy, dark, scary, exhillerating...His longest show on record I guess, two 2 hours and 45 minutes, of NON STOP RAGE. Even the soft moments were lousy with life.
Grabbed this from the Guitar 101 forums, that community rules.
Jack White, please continue what you're doing. Sign up for The Vault guys. Support Thirdman Records and everything that Jack White is doing. He is the resurgence of rock and roll.
INCREDIBLE Pumpkins set. Just download it and love it. Post Meloncholy, Pre Adore - fantastic mix of tunes in wonderful quality.
Sorry for the TINY third file folks.
01 To Sheila
03 Crest Fallen
04 Once Upon A Time
05 Ava Adore
07 Daphne Descends
08 Let Me Give The World To You
10 Tonight, Tonight
11 The Tale of Dusty and Pistol Pete
13 Bullet With Butterfly Wings
15 Thru The Eyes of Ruby
16 For Martha
17 Crowd Noise
Hey gang! Got a hot little EP for you all to enjoy as the end of the year draws near. Model Stranger, one of my top acts out of Chicago, put out The Changing Score a couple of months back. Since the release of their first full length, Dreams and Bones, back in 2010, Model Stranger have been diligent in releasing singles and EP's as well as touring all over the country in support of their various efforts.
The Changing Score, however, is a different animal. It's a clear departure from Dreams and Bones and shares little, stylistically (that unique Model Stranger string runs through...), with their last single "The Last Time." Maybe influences changed. Maybe the road did something to them. Maybe these guys have a lot of music in them...I tend to side with the latter.
The Changing Score is a great listen and a nice placeholder to enjoy until the gents of Model Stranger have another full length for us. It's a free download (but tossin' a few bucks around this time of year never hurt no one) and absolutely worth your time.
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!
I've been HOOKED on T. Hardy Morris and his other band, Dead Confederate. Enjoy this set folks.
01 Cut A Path
02 Mob Scene
03 In The Marrow
04 Start Me Laughing
07 Heavy Petting
08 Quiet Kid
09 Track 9
Very excellent acoustic set from a relatively early Smashing Pumpkins. I love hearing this side of them.
02 Dancing In The Moonlight (Thin Lizzy)
04 Cherub Rock
Gotta thank the folks over at Slow Nerve Action for this set. It's the BBC Radio 30th Anniversary show.
01 Steve Lamacq Intro
02 Race for the Prize
03 Bag Full of Thoughts
04 Love Yer Brain
05 Unconsciously Screamin’
06 You Have to Be Joking (Autopsy of the Devil's Brain)
07 Moth in the Incubator
08 She Don’t Use Jelly
09 Riding to Work in the Year 2025 (Your Invisible Now)
10 Waitin’ For Superman
11 Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1
12 The Terror
13 Do You Realize?
14 The W.A.N.D.
Enjoy this folks. The mighty Wilco at Austin City Limits this year.
02 Give Back The Key To My Heart
03 Forget The Flowers
04 California Stars
05 I Am Trying To Break Your Hearts
06 Art of Almost
08 Dawned on Me
09 Via Chicago
10 Impossible Germany
11 Heavy Metal Drummer
12 I’m The Man Who Loves You
13 A Shot In The Arm
Got another recent Arcade Fire set for you all. Their latest studio effort, Reflektor, has been dominating my stereo - it's such a complete album. "Normal Person" is one of the most rockin' tunes I've heard in some time. The lead guitar riff and especially its tone are absolutely spectacular.
Be listening to Reflektor, buy the album, and see these guys live - this latest tour promises to be one helluva a show.
03 Flashbulb Eyes
06 It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus)
07 We Exist
08 You Already Know
09 Normal Person
10 Here Comes The Night Time
11 Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)
Some #mmjfriday action. They pull out the Fela Kuti classic (listen to "Dondante" live...) "Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am." Mr. Michael Feld of "One Big Holiday" documentary fame initially turned me on to that. If you haven't seen his film then make sure to give her a watch right here.
As always, thanks to the taper. In this case Mr. Scott Bernstein (of the superb Hidden Track?). I'm like, pretty sure it's the same guy. Either way, the Hidden Track version is super cool and consumes good music at an incredible rate, and the one that taped this deal is obviously pretty darn cool, so, win win.
01 intro by Matt Pinfield
03 It Beats 4 U
04 I'm Amazed ->
05 Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am *+
06 Victory Dance
07 Wordless Chorus
08 Don't Do It +^
09 One Big Holiday
10 outro by Matt Pinfield
* = Fela Kuti cover w/Brittany Howard (Alabama Shakes), Merrill Garbus (Tune-Yards) on vocals
+ = w/Antibalas horns
^ = w/Jakob Dylan on guitar, vocals [though he contributed very little of either]
Arcade Fire released a new record yesterday, Reflektor, and so far I think it's pretty spectacular. I was able to get in 4 listens in but I was hooked after the first spin. The sound is pretty out there and it reminds me of the second Bon Iver album, their self-titled. Not from a sound/vibe perspective but that it's got an incredibly specific sound while be nothing like their previous work. It sounds as if they've been making music of this style for years.
This recording, at from the very recent Bridge School benefit, features new tracks from Reflektor and a never before played song called "I Dreamed a Neil Young Song" - with Neil Young.
01 The Suburbs
03 Awful Sound (Oh Eurydice)
04 Normal Person
05 I Dreamed a Neil Young Song (with Neil Young)
06 Wake Up