Nouveau clip pour Oneohtrix Point Never

noise - il y a 10 heures 34 min

Oneohtrix Point Never clippe « Animal » extrait de son dernier album Garden of Delete paru chez Warp. Et pour ceux qui doutent, oui, c’est bien Val Kilmer…

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Overkill : nouvel album, premier extrait

noise - il y a 10 heures 49 min

Les increvables thrashers d’Overkill sortiront leur 18ème album The Grinding Wheel le 27 février chez Nuclear Blast. On en écoute un premier extrait :

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The Eye of Time : « MYTH I – A Last Dance for the Things we Love » en avant-première

noise - il y a 11 heures 37 min


Denovali sortira le 21 octobre « MYTH I – A Last Dance for the Things we Love », le nouvel album de The Eye of Time, projet du musicien français issu de la scène diy punk/hardcore, Marc Euvrie (Mort Mort Mort, Sugartown Cabaret, Karysun…). Première partie d’une trilogie (« MYTH II – A need to survive », MYTH III – The final chapter » suivront) qui constituera une synthèse de ses travaux passés, l’album s’écoute en entier ci-dessous :


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Nouveau clip pour Mars Red Sky

noise - il y a 12 heures 9 min

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The Black Keys’ Patrick Carney Blasts Lady Gaga’s “Shitty” New Single “Perfect Illusion”

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 21:33

The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney appeared on last night’s episode of “Vice News Tonight”–Vice’s latest program for HBO. He was part of a new segment called “Patrick Carney’s High Music Standards Corner,” where he listens to new music and critiques it. He first heard some OneRepublic–which he was embarrassed to say he enjoyed–and then Norah Jones and the metal band Testament. Finally, Patrick Carney listened to Lady Gaga’s new Joanne single “Perfect Illusion,” produced by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker, Mark Ronson, and Bloodpop. Carney did not hold back:

First of all, I hate guitars that sound like that. I’m lost because the guitar at the top of it sounds so shitty. It’s like “Eye of the Tiger,” but not even nearly as good as that. It sounds like Hulk Hogan is playing the fucking guitar.

I met Hulk Hogan once, and he was really, really nice, and he did say this to me: “These fingers have never touched a fret. Been up and down the Florida coast playing rock‘n’roll all through the ’70s, never touched a fret.” I think that’s what he’s saying! He’s saying he was playing a fretless bass in a prog band or something. Fucking cool!

But the thing is, that songs’s growing on me. I’ve heard it now. That’s one of those things. That’s the thing about music: The more you hear something, the more you like it. That’s why payola worked.

Carney looked physically uncomfortable while listening to “Perfect Illusion” and let out an audible groan when it ended. Watch the segment below.

Read some thoughts on “Perfect Illusion” on the Pitch.

Listen to “Perfect Illusion”:

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Ex-Pearl Jam Drummer Disses Band for Rock Hall Snub

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 20:16

Yesterday, Pearl Jam were nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2017. They made the list in their first year of eligibility. On its website, the Rock Hall list Pearl Jam’s current lineup, as well as original drummer Dave Krusen, as potential inductees. Absent from the list is another former drummer: Dave Abbruzzese, who has now responded to the snub. He wrote on his Facebook that his former bandmates “have got to know what’s the right thing to do.” See his post below.

Abbruzzese joined Pearl Jam in 1991 following the departure of Matt Chamberlin, who had initially replaced Krusen. He played on 1993’s Vs. and 1994’s Vitalogy, before he was fired from the band in 1994.

The 2017 inductees for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will be announced in December. Read “A Rock Hall Voter Breaks Down the Most Epic Nomination Class in Decades” on the Pitch.

Revisit “Go” from Vs.:

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Marching Church (Iceage’s Elias Bender Rønnenfelt) Announce Tour, Share “Lion’s Den” Video: Watch

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 19:39

Marching Church—the band of Iceage frontman Elias Bender Rønnenfelt—are set to release a new album called Telling It Like It Is. It’s out October 28 via Sacred Bones. The band’s lineup includes members of Iceage, Lower, and Hand of Dust. Marching Church have announced a tour in support of the new album. Find the full itinerary below. They will be joined by Bernardino Femminielli at some locations. The announcement is accompanied by a new video for “Lion’s Den,” which is directed by Jimmy Durante.

Rønnenfelt said of the video:

“Directed by a man they thought to be dead, it's a metropolitan video for a metropolitan beat; taking cabs in the middle of the night, driving as if to save your soul. Dancing in slow motion because the air is made of oil, and everyone's a criminal because the world is a crime.”

Marching Church:

11-12 Leipzig, Germany - Transcentury Update Festival
11-13 Utrecht, Netherlands - Le Guess Who Festival
11-14 London, England The Victoria
11-15 Brighton, England - Green Door Store
11-16 Paris, France - Espace B
11-17 Gent, Belgium - Trefpunt
11-18 Berlin, Germany - Urban Spree
12-06 Tokyo, Japan - Astro Hall
01-13 Seattle, WA - The Sunset ^
01-14 Portland, OR - Mississippi Studios ^
01-17 San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Stop ^
01-19 Los Angeles, CA - Echo ^
01-20 San Diego, CA - Hideout ^
01-21 Phoenix, AZ - Rebel Lounge ^
01-24 Austin, TX - The Mohawk ^
01-25 San Antonio, TX - The Monterey ^
01-26 McAllen, TX - Yerberia Cultura ^
01-28 New Orleans, LA - Siberia ^
01-29 Atlanta, GA - The Earl ^
01-30 Nashville, TN - Third Man ^
01-31 Asheville, NC - The Mothlight ^
02-02 Baltimore, MD - Metro ^
02-03 Philadelphia, PA - Boot and Saddle ^
02-04 Brooklyn, NY - Sunnyvale

^ with Bernardino Femminielli

Watch Marching Church’s “Heart of Life” video:

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Watch Lindstrøm’s New “Closing Shot” Video

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 19:25

Lindstrøm has shared a video for “Closing Shot” from his Windings EP, which was released earlier this year. Watch it below. Directed and produced by Oliver Clegg, the animated video follows a boy into his dreams where he flies a plane, sky dives, and travels through space. Clegg spoke about the video in a statement:

“I wanted to make something that could stand alone as a piece of work aside from the context of just listening to the music. So whilst the video strives to respect the cosmic nature of the music, there is also a more subtle twist at the end that suggests a wider commentary - something one would never get from just hearing the music without the visuals. It’s simultaneously serious and respectful with hopefully some splashes of humor!”

Lindstrøm is set to perform at Good Room in Brooklyn on December 3. 

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Radiohead Crop Circles Seem to Appear at Glastonbury Festival Grounds

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 19:02

Glastonbury Festival returns to Somerset, England next June 21 until the 25th. Tickets are already sold out, and fans are eager to find out who they’ll see perform. Ahead of any formal announcement, fans are speculating that Radiohead will headline Glastonbury 2017. Currently, BBC is broadcasting a webcam that shows the festival grounds, and it looks like Radiohead’s “modified bear” logo is being painted in the grass, indicating that a headliner announcement is imminent. See images of the Glastonbury grounds below. Watch the webcam here.

Radiohead last performed at Glastonbury in 2011, where they played as “special guests.” They headlined the festival back in 2003.

Read our features “Internet Explorers: The Curious Case of Radiohead’s Online Fandom” and “Glastonbury in the Time of Brexit.”

#Radiohead #Glastonbury 2017

— Oscar Benítez (@kemikal_) October 19, 2016

...just sayin' @radiohead @GlastoFest

— BBC 6 Music News (@BBC6MusicNews) October 19, 2016

Radiohead at Glastonbury surely this is it

— Man With Beard (@RyanHudson2009) October 19, 2016

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Bobby Shmurda, Sentenced to 7 Years, Tells Court He Was “Forced” to Cop Plea

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 18:59

Almost two years ago, Bobby Shmurda was arrested on gang conspiracy and gun and drug charges. He pleaded not guilty and was held on a $2 million bond. In September, he took a plea deal offered by New York City prosecutors, accepting a seven-year prison sentence. Today, Shmurda (real name: Ackquille Pollard) officially received his sentence in Manhattan Supreme Court, and he spoke out against the plea deal before the judge, Billboard reports. “I was forced to take this sentence, I did not want to take this sentence,” Shmurda said in court. “I was forced by my attorney to take this plea.” He appeared apart from co-defendants Chad “Rowdy Rebel” Marshall and Nicholas McCoy.

The prosecution’s plea deal cut the maximum prison terms for Shmurda, Rowdy, and McCoy down from 15 years. Under the deal, the defendants also give up the right to appeal. Including time served, Shmurda’s sentencing today would have him on track for release in 2021.

Shmurda's lawyer Alex Spiro had requested a delay of the official sentencing. In court today, as Judge Abraham Clott declined to adjourn, Shmurda reportedly said, “They lied to me.” Shmurda's mother, Leslie Pollard, told Billboard after the hearing: “It's heartbreaking. It’s disappointing… The judge doesn’t know my son. He doesn’t care.” She added that she hadn’t known about the plea deal until after Shmurda took it. She said, “It was a whole setup.” 

Shortly after taking the plea deal, Shmurda told Complex that he took the deal for the sake of his co-defendant Rowdy. He also said he would have won if he had been able to make bail. “We look guilty in these orange jump suits,” Shmurda said. “If you put Al Sharpton in a orange jumpsuit and accuse him of having a gun, he’s going to be found guilty. They just look at our skin color, and look at where we’re from. I didn’t get caught with anything on me and the cops lied, saying they seen me with a gun in my hand. I explained the whole situation to [Shmurda's record label] Epic and they were behind me all the way. We had big-money lawyers and they still couldn’t do nothing because of the judge, who looked at us like black thugs.”

Spiro, Shmurda’s lawyer, reportedly told the court, “My client is clearly frustrated.” Of the interview remarks, Spiro said: “I can’t fault him for those. I understand why my client is frustrated.”

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Listen to Eminem Take on Trump and More on 8-Minute New Track “Campaign Speech”

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 18:37

Eminem has just shared a new song called “Campaign Speech.” For nearly eight minutes straight, he raps about Trump (he is not a fan), Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman, Daniel Pantaleo, Colin Kaepernick, Robin Thicke, and much more. "Why am I such a dick?" is the last line of the track. Eminem also announced via Twitter that he is “working on an album,” the follow up to 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2

This is Eminem’s first new solo song in 2016. Earlier this year, he appeared on stage alongside Drake, after rumors circulated that he was preparing a Drake diss track. 

Read “Eminem’s Return in the Post-Kendrick Era” on the Pitch. 

Don't worry I'm working on an album! Here's something meanwhile.

— Marshall Mathers (@Eminem) October 19, 2016

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Listen to David Bowie’s “Killing a Little Time,” One of His Final Songs

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 18:33

Today, one of David Bowie’s final songs, “Killing a Little Time” has been released. It is one of three new songs he recorded with the ★ band and Tony Visconti.  Yesterday, “When I Met You” and “No Plan,” the two other songs recorded during the session were released. They will all be included on the Lazarus cast album, out Friday via ISO/Columbia/RCA. Listen to “Killing a Little Time ” below (via David Bowie’s website). 

Read “How to Mourn an Icon: Rob Sheffield on the Brilliant David Bowie Book He Wrote in a Month” on the Pitch. 

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Radiohead Release <i>A Moon Shaped Pool</i> Songbook

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 18:30

Radiohead have released a songbook for their new record A Moon Shaped Pool (via Faber Music). It has the sheet music for all 11 of the album’s tracks, arranged for piano and voice with guitar chords. There’s also artwork from collaborator Stanley Donwood. It’s available at the band’s W.A.S.T.E. store. See some images from the songbook, including the sheet music for “Burn the Witch,” below.

The songbook is Radiohead’s latest addendum to AMSP. They recently released the album’s special deluxe edition. The new release includes artwork, a bit of recording tape from one of the band’s many sessions, and more. The special deluxe edition sold so well that it bumped the months-old record back into the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100.

Read “Decoding the Politics in Radiohead’s ‘Burn the Witch’ Video” on the Pitch.

Watch the “Burn the Witch” video:

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Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox Says He’s Still a Virgin, Discusses Asexuality With Savages’ Jehnny Beth

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 18:07

Bradford Cox was the most recent guest on Savages’ Jehnny Beth’s Beats 1 radio show “Start Making Sense.” The Deerhunter frontman sat down for a wide-ranging conversation that in part focused on Cox’s views on asexuality and his own sexual history. He told Beth that he identifies as asexual, and revealed “At 34 years old, I’m actually a virgin.” He continued, saying, “To be asexual is very confusing. And a lot of people are mistreated who are asexual, because I don't think people really believe in asexuality.” Beth said that she thinks “we live in a very sexual society,” and Cox added, “Capitalism and sexuality to me are inherent linked.” You can listen to a clip of their conversation below and the full talk here.

Elsewhere in the interview, they discussed Cox’s now-defunct blog and the influence of PJ Harvey on their music. Deerhunter is currently touring North American in support of their 2015 album Fading Frontier. 

Previous episodes of “Start Making Sense” have featured conversations with members of LCD Soundsystem, the xx, Queens of the Stone Age, Ian MacKaye, and Faith No More.

Read our feature “Beyond Nostalgia: A Conversation with Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox.”

Watch Deerhunter perform “Nothing Every Happened” at Pitchfork Music Festival 2011: 


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First loft jazz book set to hit the shelves in December

Wire - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:53

Ethnomusicologist Michael C Heller has written the first book-length loft jazz study “tracing its history amid a series of overlapping discourses surrounding collectivism, urban renewal, experimentalist aesthetics, underground archives, and the radical politics of self-determination”

UCP is about to publish a new book documenting the New York loft jazz scene of the 1970s. Called Loft Jazz: Improvising New York In The 1970s, it’s by Michael C Heller, an ethnomusicologist, music historian and Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Pittsburgh. It’s the first full-length publication to examine the loft collective, covering the young avant garde improvisors who chose to abandon the commercial sphere in order to develop alternative venues in the disused factories and warehouses spaces in Lower Manhattan.

Loft Jazz: Improvising New York In The 1970s will be published in December.

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Watch Oneohtrix Point Never’s Val Kilmer-Starring “Animals” Video

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:27

Oneohtrix Point Never’s Daniel Lopatin has shared the video for “Animals” off his 2015 album Garden of Delete. As promised, the video is directed by Rick Alverson (The Comedy) and stars Val Kilmer. In it, a camera slowly pans around a bedroom, centering on Kilmer who is falling asleep on the side of a bed. Below, you can find tweets from Lopatin that detail some of the music video’s ideas. The video debuted yesterday at UCLA’s Hammer Museum; it’s the first in the museum’s new film series “Ecco: The Videos of Oneohtrix Point Never and Related Works.” You can watch the video below.

Listen to our podcast with Oneohtrix Point Never, and read our feature “Oneohtrix Point Never: Right Brain.”

Had been wanting to do something with Rick for a while. Got the idea to film Val listening to 'Animals'. The effect of Rick cutting frames-

— OPN (@0PN) October 19, 2016

... out looks like strobes but it's actually missing frames. which is how you get that beautiful wiggling.

— OPN (@0PN) October 19, 2016

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Bogdan Raczynski digitises his Rephlex catalogue

Wire - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:19

Polish electronic music producer and Björk remixer reissues his recordings on Aphex's Rephlex label via Bandcamp

IDM’s Bogdan Raczynski has digitised his entire Rephlex back catalogue and put it up on Bandcamp. Currently residing in Canada, Polish electronic musician Raczynski is also a video game soundtrack composer and the self-proclaimed “black belt noodle chef” responsible for remixing Björk’s “Who Is It” from Medulla. He got the rights back when the label closed in 2014. Included in the reissues is 96 Drum n Bass Classixxx, Myloveilove, Renegade Platinum Mega Dance Attack Party Don The Plates and more.

You can check out the full list over at Bandcamp. And you can hear below the untitled second track from Myloveilove, reviewed by John Mulvey in The Wire 212:

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Watch Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic Discuss Support for Libertarian Gary Johnson, New Voting System

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:16

With the U.S. presidential election just weeks away, former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic is making a concerted effort to educate voters about their options. Recently, he sat down with Kennedy on Fox Business to discuss various voting systems, as well as his support of Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson (former Governor of New Mexico). Novoselic’s main argument in the segment is that the United States should adopt a ranked-choice voting system.

Ranked-choice is a form of runoff voting, where voters list their favorite candidates in order of preference. There are then several rounds of voting until one candidate accrues enough of the general vote (for example, 50 percent) to win the election. With each round, the candidate with the fewest votes is eliminated until there is a winner. As candidates are eliminated, votes are redistributed based on each particular person’s preference. So, for example, if your favorite candidate (Candidate A) is knocked out after the first round, Candidate B takes your vote in the next round, and so on.

Novoselic offered his own explainer of ranked-choice voting, likening it to a rating system: “If you’re super freaked out about Donald Trump, then you get, like, five red hats, OK? If you’re only halfway freaked out, you get, like, two or three red hats. And if you’re freaked out about Hillary Clinton getting elected, then you get five pantsuits, or, like, two, so it’s like a rating system.”

Novoselic also advocated for ranked-choice voting in an interview with The Portland Press Herald. Watch his Fox Business interview here, and see his Press Herald interview below. Earlier in the summer, Novoselic discussed his support for Johnson with Kennedy. Watch him explain why Gary Johnson can win the presidential election below.

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Le Tigre Return With New Video for Pro-Hillary Clinton Song “I’m With Her”: Watch

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:05

Le Tigre have returned, as promised. Today, the trio of Kathleen Hanna, Johanna Fateman, and JD Samson have shared their first new piece of music in a decadeAs its title implies, the new song “I’m With Her” is a pro-Hillary Clinton anthem, and its video was made by director Laura Parnes and producer Tanya Selvaratnam for Filmmakers for Hillary, “a coalition of creatives committed to electing Hillary Clinton as President of the United States,” whose “mission is to organize creativity and inspiration into persuasion and mobilization.” The video features footage of Le Tigre, Hillary Clinton and her supporters, and kitty cats. Watch the video and check out the full song lyrics below.

The Le Tigre reunion was first revealed by Kathleen Hanna earlier this month during a conversation with Perfect Pussy's Meredith Graves for a Talkhouse podcast.

“I’m With Her” lyrics: 

One, two, one, two, one, two, three
Who do we want? We want HRC!

[Verse 1]

She doesn’t bake cookies, doesn’t play much golf
And the whole world is watching her persistent cough
Pass the wicked witch a glass of water
Careful not to spill it, you might melt The Donald
She’s already done the math
And she’s ready with a plan
And she’s always got to work
Twice as hard as every man
Bye bye, bye bye . . . Trump has got to go!


I want a problem solver, a true rock climber
Pantsuit-wearing herstorical first-timer
I want a listener, a negotiator
A legal scholar, supreme court nominator
We can’t, we can’t, we can’t we can’t, we can’t wait . . .

[Verse 2]

Trump thinks Putin is a “very strong leader”
Just like him, a fascist bottom feeder
Building a wall is his greatest vision
Bigotry colors his every decision
She’s already done the math
And she’s ready with a plan
And she’s always got to work
Twice as hard as every man
Bye bye, bye bye . . . Trump has got to go!

[Chorus 2]


[Background vocals]

Abortion is healthcare, it’s a human right
Policy homework ’til the morning light
NRA stands for murder and hate
Gun laws now! We can’t wait!
One, two, one, two, one, two, three
I don’t want a racist in the President’s seat
One, two, one, two, one, two, three
I don’t want a sexist, it’s 2016!
One, two, one, two, one, two, three
Who do we want? We want HRC!

[Chorus 3]

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Tinariwen Announce New Album <i>Elwan</i>, Share New Video For “Ténéré Tàqqàl”: Watch

pitchfork - 19 Octobre, 2016 - 16:00

Tinariwen have announced their new album Elwan, which is out February 10 via Anti-. The album is the follow-up to 2014’s Emmaar, and it features guest appearances by Kurt Vile, Matt Sweeney, Mark Lanegan, and others. They recorded it in the desert of California’s Joshua Tree National Park, as well as in M’Hamid El Ghizlane–an oasis in southern Morocco. Below, check out the animated video for “Ténéré Tàqqàl,” directed by Axel Digoix, who has worked on films including Despicable Me 2 and The Little Prince. Scroll down for the Elwan tracklist, as well as the album artwork and Tinariwen’s upcoming tour dates.


o1 Tiwàyyen
02 Sastanàqqàm
03 Nizzagh Ijbal
04 Hayati
05 Ittus
06 Ténéré Tàqqàl
07 Imidiwàn N-Àkall-In
08 Talyat
09 Assàwt
10 Arhegh Ad Annàgh
11 Nànnuflày
12 Intro Flute Fog Edaghan
13 Fog Edaghàn


10-19 Aurillac, France - Aurillac Theatre
10-29 M’hamid, Morocco - Taragalte Festival
11-04 Leeds, England - Belgrave Music Hall
11-05 Kendal, England - Brewery Arts Centre
11-06 Manchester, England - Band on the Wall
11-09 London, England - Islington Assembly Hall
11-11 Berlin, Germany - Volksbühne
11-17 Basel, Switzerland - Kaserne
11-18 Bologna, Italy - Locomotiv Club
11-21 Paris, France - Le Bataclan
11-22 Grenoble, France - La Belle Electrique
11-23 Lyon, France - L’Epicerie Moderne
11-24 Arles, France - Cargo De Nuit
11-26 Mourenx, France - Festival Mourenx 

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