Chris Martins



  • Primavera Sound Festival Live Stream Online Watch

    Primavera Sound Is Live-Streaming Here

    Spain's celebrated Primavera Sound festival is live-streaming, right now, above and below via two channels for maximum coverage. As previously reported, three-day gala runs from May 29 through 31 in Barcelona, and this year's iteration brings with it the reunion of shoegaze greats Slowdive. Thursday's lineup-toppers include Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Disclosure. Friday brings the National, Pixies, Slowdive, and Haim. And Saturday includes Nine Inch Nails, Kendrick Lamar, Volcano Choir, and Caetano Veloso. Not all of those (including NIN, sadly) will be watchable for viewers at home, but a whole lot of it can be seen right here. Scroll down for the broadcast schedule, via Pitchfork.Schedule, converted to ETThursday, May 29Channel 111:45 - Grupo de Expertos Solynieve12:40 - Real Estate2:40 - Warpaint3:50 - St.

  • Marilyn Manson 'Sons of Anarchy' Season Seven Role

    'Sons of Anarchy' Casts Marilyn Manson as White Supremacist

    Marilyn Manson leant his creepy aural abilities to the opening credits of WGN's mostly flagging witch drama, Salem. Now the industrial-metal icon is in for an upgrade — he'll have a recurring role on the beloved FX series Sons of Anarchy, Variety reports. The show's seventh and final season airs in September, and will find the Antichrist Superstar himself playing Ron Tully, a white supremacist leader who exercises considerable power though he's behind bars.Manson shared his thoughts on the role: "Sons has been such a big part of my life, as well as my father's. So I was determined to make him proud by being involved in what will probably be remembered as the most amazing piece of television cinema. After all, the very heart of SOA is about that relationship.

  • Stephon Alexander & Rioux 'Here Comes Now' Stream Album

    Hear Stephon Alexander & Rioux's Interstellar Jazz Excursion 'A Brief History of Time'

    First things first, let's meet the band. Erin Rioux is a New York producer specializing in the psychedelic side of dance music. Normal enough. And Stephon Alexander is a Dartmouth professor and celebrated theoretical physicist specializing in the cosmology of the early universe. Gulp. To be fair, the latter also plays sax, keys, and percussion, but their project Stephon Alexander & Rioux is indeed meant to be a merging of science and music.Before you go on, watch them jam above. We'll wait. Good? Okay.The pair's album, Here Comes Now, is out August 4 via Connect and aurally offers a wild mix of "cosmic jazz, electro funk, and mutated digital disco," as the label perfectly puts it.

  • Moire No Gravity Stream Werkdiscs Shelter

    Moire Announces Album, Shares Dark and Twitchy 'No Gravity'

    Mystery producer Moiré will release his debut album on August 18 via Werkdiscs, the ever-reliable imprint run by London bleak-ist, Actress. The new set will be called Shelter, and you can hear the first taste of it below — a twitchy yet spacious production dubbed "No Gravity," which earns its title even while embracing hefty beatwork. Of course, Moiré (the man and the visual phenomenon) is all about using contrasting elements to create a bigger picture.Or, as the label words it: "Perceptual experience does not necessarily confirm individual sounds, as much as 'moiré' does not appear when looking at individual lines. It's really about the combination and interaction of the minutiae that make the whole... the sum of the parts.

  • GWAR Restaurant Richmond Virginia GWARbar

    GWAR Restaurant Will Feature 'Gourmet Junk Food'

    Heavy metal monsters GWAR suffered a major setback in March when frontman Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Orungus, died unexpectedly at the age of 50. Now they aim to move forward once again, while honoring their fallen leader, with help from their fans. As it turns out, Brockie had a dream to open up his very own restaurant in the band's hometown of Richmond, Virginia, and his pals are now using Indiegogo to fun the so-called GWARbar.GWAR announced this uncharacteristically not-evil plan on their website, explaining they've teamed with local restauranteur Travis Croxton to launch this summer. The menu is being designed by guitarist BalSac the Jaws of Death, a.k.a. Mike Derks, the culinary genius behind GWAR-B-Q Sauce who also has "30+ years of restaurant experience." Also promised: "endless flagons of liquid glee" and "a shrine and showcase to ...

  • Apple Beats Music Electronics Deal Acquisition Billion

    Apple Buys Beats, Welcomes Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine

    Apple has acquired Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine's Beats brand for $3 billion. The long whispered-about deal has at last been confirmed, via an announcement which clarifies that the tech behemoth is purchasing both the Beats Electronics company — specializing in headphones, speakers, and audio software — and Beats Music, the subscription streaming service seemingly meant to rival Spotify. Dre and music mogul Iovine will join Apple, though their roles haven't been announced.As Billboard points out, 36-year-old John Janick, founder of the independent Fueled by Ramen label, will replace Iovine as the chairman and CEO of Interscope Geffen A&M. Universal Music Group, which owns IGA, will lose their 61-year-old leader but they stand to gain around $500 million for their previous investment in Beats.

  • Spoon R.I.P. June Release Single Album

    Spoon Will 'R.I.P.' in June

    Spoon will either be dying or releasing something on June 10. The Austin-born band on Wednesday updated their Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter profiles with the ominous image you see above: white letters on a black background, reading, "SPOON R.I.P. JUNE 10." Most likely it'll be a single, but the group's eighth album has reportedly been done since March, when we shared that noisy and mysterious video preview, so perhaps they'll release it all.And a few concrete details are actually known, too. Yesterday, Billboard reported that Spoon left their longtime home of Merge Records for Loma Vista (St. Vincent, Little Dragon, Rhye, Manchester Orchestra), which is distributed by Universal Republic.

  • Lydia Loveless 'Verlaine Shot Rimbaud' Live Video Session

    Watch Lydia Loveless' Powerful 'Verlaine Shot Rimbaud' Session Video

    Somewhere Else isn't Lydia Loveless' first album, but it's a major breakthrough for the country-punk heroine from Columbus, Ohio, and the kind of release that sticks around long past its due date. Thankfully though, Loveless and her band are on the move, touring that stunner of a 10-song set across the U.S. deep into August. There are dates below, but first you'll want to watch the "Verlaine Shot Rimbaud" video above, recorded live as part of Myspace's ongoing Wilcox Sessions series which has in the past tapped Bleached, the Growlers, Junip, and Moby to name a few.The Dick Thompson-directed clip is fittingly too-the-point, finding Loveless likening her love life to the tumultuous affair of two French symbolists: "Well Verlaine shot Rimbaud 'cause he loved him so / And honey that's how I love you." She looks as serious as a speeding bullet when she sings it too.

  • Zara McFarlane 'Move' Atjazz Remix Stream

    Zara McFarlane and Atjazz Team for Shuffling, Soulful 'Move' Remix

    London jazzist Zara McFarlane possesses a powerful voice and a helluva ear for soulful songwriting — it's no wonder, then, that she sounds incredible over an innovative dance beat. Her If You Knew Her album, out now on Brownswood Recordings, is a lovely listen unto itself, but we've been particular wowed by the remixes it's spawned. Late last year, we shared Osunlade's house-inspired reworking of "Angie La La," and now we've got a revision of "Move" courtesy of English producer Atjazz. Heard below, the track ditches the original warm organic instrumentation and subs in looped orchestral flourishes, a bounding beat, chopped vocals, lively synth, and effects snippets.

  • Teklife's DJ Taye Shares Jittery, Wobbling 'Fuck 'Em' Stream Footwork

    Teklife's DJ Taye Shares Jittery, Wobbling 'Fuck 'Em'

    We lost a great when footwork godfather DJ Rashad passed unexpectedly last month. To paraphrase the introduction to our favorite tracks by the man: When Frankie Knuckles died, we lost a vital piece of Chicago dance music's history; when Rashad Harden left us, we lost an unfathomably large chunk of the music's future. His legacy does live on, however, in those he inspired and fellow members of his Teklife crew — the backbone of the city's juke-inspired sound. We've heard from DJ Spinn. Now meet DJ Taye, the group's youngest star whose minimal but effective approach has landed him a Hyperdub cosign and plenty of hometown hype. On June 3, he'll drop TEK x TAR Vol. 3, the next installment in a cross-label collaboration with the titular Los Angeles imprint.Run by Paul Preston, a.k.a.

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