I came across a trailer for Justice's (Myspace) new documentary A Cross The Universe, from directors Romain Garvas, So-Me, and the duo themselves. I'm not too huge on the spoken-verse in the beginning, but the rest of trailer loos, albeit, fucking nuts.
I'll keep you posted for more.
Justice - A Cross The Universe - Trailer from INDUSTREATE on Vimeo.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Meck (Myspace), a collaborator with Madonna (eh) and her latest tour has been kind enough to distribute their Dusty Springfield dub (correct) remixes. So for those of you who frequently visit the site, hoping to pass off some Springfield mixes, well it's a dream come true now, isn't it?
For those of who wonder each day if Muppet related pop-culture will emerge, well you can come out of the shadows today. LCD Soundsystem (Official Website) has released their newest music video from 2007's incredible Sound of Silver LP (available now via EMI) for "New York I Love You, But You're Bringing Me Down," with Kermit filling in for James Murphy.
Feel the uplifting sorrow.
Feel the uplifting sorrow.
Wednesday, December 3, 2008
I got a pair of free MP3's for you guys from British group Awesome Wells (Myspace) from their new album The Highs and Lows of De Witt A Stanton.
"Music I'll admit I find it almost impossible to categorise or describe… absolutely compelling" (Sandman Magazine).
Like the description says, Awesome Wells are a hard band to categorize, but that's not my job. I have no job.
It's been some time since we've been able to get our hands on some new Radiohead In Rainbows remixes, but thankfully, Chris at Gorilla vs. Bear, supplied a few more from such artists as Salem (Myspace) and Telepathe (Myspace). Enjoy kiddos.
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
I'm not sure where these keep coming from, but the Raveonettes (Official Website) love Christmas. A lot. So much so, that along with the band's new Christmas EP (Vice Records), is their new free single "Come on Santa."
Celebrate your Christmas (or other favorite Holiday) with some festive fuzz-garage pop, free from Bears and Bullets!
Posted by Korman at Tuesday, December 02, 2008
Monday, December 1, 2008
Culture Bully led me to Portishead's newest video for their single "Magic Doors" off of their latest album Third, which should be filed under an all-new "Holy Crap" music section. I don't expect the music industry to take the plea seriously, but if they do, I suggest "Magic Doors" should be an early entrant.
During my week of family solitude, which I hope was good for most of you, I was sent an influx of Chromeo remixes of their single "100%" from Fools Gold. As a post-black Friday gift, I give you three of your own to take home, nurture, and eventually give out of gifts to your dearest friends, or friends you happen to not dislike.