Every Friday, we provide you with quite a few musical tips for the weekend to come. At this time, we have new music from artists like Run The Jewels, Mr. Bungle, and Sports Teams.
Run The Jewels
The most important musical release of the week is, by far, the new album from rapduo-Run-The-Jewels. The current violent situation in the US and the rest of the world, ” EL-P and Killer Mike to decide to do with their fourth full length album before release. RTJ4 sound, set against the backdrop of the news of the world is enormous current, and a sense of urgency. Fat beats, sharp lyrics, and their guests, as Zack de la Rocha, Josh Homme, and Mavis Staples, to make it a law, luistertip.
As usual, the album is free to download, and the website, Run The Jewels, but this time they ask for in return is a donation to the make. In the same place, you can also download a PDF with all the lyrics.
Too bad the American political system, the police, and much, much more to the lord, Mr. Bungle. It is the last album of the band dates back to 1999, but the current situation in the world, made sure that Mike Patton and the band took to the recording of a cover song of The Exploited. Fuck the USA, ” reads the statement.
In the show, Stephen Colbert was on this week, Tunde Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, as a guest. He did a beautiful version of the song, “Love Dog”, to hear it. Very nice to see the song build up, by means of heat.
For the music website Aquarium Drunkard, made of guitarist Brad Loughead, of, Nap, Eyes, a mix tape with soothing music. You can hear the beautiful songs of, amongst others, Quincy Jones, the Big Thief, and is a mash up of Nine Inch Nails, and Mariah Carey. The latest album is a Snapshot of a Beginner, and Nap Eyes, by the way, is also very worthwhile checking out.
Saxofinist, Joseph Shabason, it is very well known for his contribution to the album, Kaputt by Destroyer, which will be a blow to the saxophone’s cool in the indie-rock scene. This time he throws a different approach and style, he joined forces with violinist Drew Jurecka on Gymnopedie No. 1 by the composer Erik Satie. Their version would Shabason, and Jurecka’s feeling the call of the first performance of the piece.
The story goes That the piece is presented at music critics, and the upper-class of Paris at the end of the 19th century. He did it through a cocktail party, to organise, during the bubble, a pianist, and the work is play, but is told by the composer at the end of the party.
New album releases
Underground rapduo Armand Hammer is, in these troubled times, with one suffering from hypothermia and a psychedelic album. This is the most avant-garde at the forefront of the experimental hip-hop. Guests on the album include Earl Sweatshirt, R. A. P., Ferreira, Queen, Mother, and little finger Siifu.
The Rolling Blackouts, The Coastal Fever
If this summer’s music festivals have been the Australian and the Rolling Blackouts, the Coastal Fever ‘ is probably one of the big surprises has been. With their new album, they are a step in the right direction, in the direction of world-famous-to-be.
Muzz, it is a super-group consisting of Paul Banks, of Interpol, and Matt Barrick of The Walkmen. The Banks of sounds on the album are even more pessimistic than that by the Interpol. It makes it all a little bit about The National thinking. Fans of the aforementioned names, know enough.
After a great deal of energetic EP’is the debut album by the Uk’s Sports Team. This is the band’s new name to keep an eye out for anyone who is a British indie-rock can be appreciated.