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by Eleanore Catolico

27 Oct 2009


Hailing from Bordeaux, France, punk rock tandem Caroline Martial and Orion Bouvier make up the tantalizing Kap Bambino. Drawing upon the likes of Suicide and Nirvana, Kap Bambino fleshes out unruly noise rock for the masses. Revel in Kap Bambino’s “Batcaves”, which Martial helpfully describes as “a call to all the bats out there”, as well as a list of their North American tour dates. The band’s new EP, Batcaves, is set for a digital release on November 16th, and their full length album Blacklist is due 2010.

Kap Bambino
Batcaves (Jackson Remix) [MP3]
     

by Tyler Gould

27 Oct 2009


From its dead melody to the song-closing chorus repetitions that exist only to kill time, “Hell” (from Sainthood) is completely inoffensive and forgettable. We have the Internet now, we don’t need filler anymore.

by Tyler Gould

26 Oct 2009


Them Crooked Vultures
Them Crooked Vultures
(Columbia (U.K.) / DGC/Interscope (U.S.))
Releasing: 16 November (U.K.) 17 November (U.S.)

Stream “New Fang” from the Dave Grohl/Josh Homme/John Paul Jones supergroup’s upcoming debut below, and check out teasers for a few other tracks after the jump.

SONG LIST
01 No One Loves Me & Neither Do I
02 Mind Eraser, No Chaser
03 New Fang
04 Dead End Friends
05 Elephants
06 Scumbag Blues
07 Bandoliers
08 Reptiles
09 Interlude With Ludes
10 Warsaw or the First Breath You Take After You Give Up
11 Caligulove
12 Gunman
13 Spinning in Daffodils

by Katharine Wray

26 Oct 2009


Nosaj Thing (aka Jason Chung) talks shop and shows off the skills in this interview with Yours Truly.

by Allison Taich

26 Oct 2009


Fourteen years ago this week: the Smashing Pumpkins released their third album, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, on Virgin Records. For the first and only time in the band’s career, the epic multi-disc album debuted at number one on the Billboard Charts. The album earned the band seven Grammy Award nominations, and won best hard rock performance for “Bullet with Butterfly Wings”. Mellon Collie was intended to be a concept album symbolizing the cycle of life and death. As a whole, the album expanded the band’s repertoire by incorporating diverse musical styles, giving the band multiple dimensions. Upon its release, head Pumpkin Billy Corgan described the album as an interpretation of “the human condition of mortal sorrow”.

“Tonight, Tonight”

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Double Take: The African Queen (1951)

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"What a time they had, Charlie and Rosie. They'll never lack for stories to tell their grandchildren. And what a time we had at Double Take discussing the spiritual and romantic journey of the African Queen.

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