Seminal 1980’s cow punk rockers Jason and the Scorchers are back with their first batch of original music since 1996. The CD is Halcyon Days. The single featured here is “Moonshine Guy”. Highlight lyric: “He yells and he roars / Loves the Stones, hates the Doors / Thinks the Beatles sing for girls / He’s a moonshine guy in a six pack world.”
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Up and coming San Francisco-based post-punk trio, Tempo No Tempo has released a new video for their song, “Pole Position”. Directed by Bay-Area’s French Press Films, the video features the boys in a claustrophobic, never-ending Escher-like maze of a house. The detailed, DIY-production of the video is refreshing and reminiscent of early Spike Jonze videos or even the work of Michel Gondry. Oh, and the ending has something special. Wait for it…
Released today, April 19th, the Pipettes’ latest single “Stop the Music” moves the reconfigured trio in a new direction.
Swedish pop it-girl singer Robyn has a new record dropping this June suggestively titled Bodytalk PT 1 and she just filmed a live version of “Fembot” from the record for Scandinavian TV show Skavlan
Modern psych rockers the Flaming Lips covered a classic tune from pysch rock vets Pink Floyd live on Fallon’s show this past week. The Lips put out a vinyl version of The Dark Side of the Moon especially for Record Store Day.
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