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Trey Anastasio just finished up the first night at the first of 11 solo acoustic shows on a tour throughout October. For tonight’s show from the Smith Opera House in Geneva, New York, the Phish frontman played a fantastic mix of songs from his catalog and told a few hilarious stories worthy of attention and […]
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Wilco just began the shows on their fall 2019 tour supporting their latest LP release, Ode to Joy, and at Sunday night’s sold-out Brooklyn Steel show in New York City, the band webcast the show for free for the national audience and got fans stoked for the new songs live. Smart move. Our friend Cory […]
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A couple months ago, Animal Collective shared “Summer Blaze,” the A-side to a digital split called New Psycho Actives Vol. 2. The first volume was released about four years ago and featured mixes themed around winter and spring. Today, they’ve completed the seasonal quartet with “Autumn Rites,” a 21-minute collection of … More »
I don’t know what the state of industrial music is today. Maybe in the absence of any prominent torch-carriers, the best assuagement of genre uncertainty is to revisit the legends who have exemplified some of its best/weirdest aspects, and who are currently compelling revisits by reissuing the majority of their back catalog.
First, Throbbing Gristle reissued the handful of albums that were initially released prior to their initial breakup in 1981. Now, the band is continuing their partnership with Mute Records and reissuing the albums that were originally released between 2004 and 2007, which was the arguable honeymoon period immediately after TG reunited but before they released their final album, The Third Mind Movements. (Part Two: The Endless Not was a memorable effort during this period; and if you check out our review at the time, you can appreciate how Chris Carter, Genesis P-Orridge, Cosey Fanni Tutti, and Peter Christopherson [RIP] managed to progress the sound that they more or less coined during the heydays of punk and countercultures generally.)
Accompanying Part Two on its reissue trip are TG Now — their first release post-reunion — and A Souvernir of Camber Sands, a 2004 live album recollecting the band’s performance at ATP’s Nightmare Before Christmas event that December. The two studio records’ll be packaged together on CD, limited edition clear vinyl, and digitally.
Pre-orders here. Everything comes out December 13. Meanwhile, here’s “Fed Up” from the their Camber Sands excursion:
Lizzo has been accused of plagiarizing the “I just took a DNA test, turns out I’m 100% that bitch” line from her hit single “Truth Hurts,” which recently spent six weeks on top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart despite being released back in 2017. The first accusation of plagiarism came in February … More »