Music New Re-Cap 10/16

In case you missed it, here is a re-cap of the music news told on the Morning show with James Parquet Courts announce second album of 2014 Content Nausea under moniker Parkay Quarts: http://pitchfork.com/news/57101-parquet-courts-announce-new-album-content-nausea-as-parkay-quarts-share-uncast-shadow-of-a-southern-myth/ Pixies set to reissue 25th anniversary edition of Doolittle: http://pitchfork.com/news/571...

16 Oct 3:24 PM 0 Read More...

Music News Re-cap 10/14

Here is a re-cap of music news previously on The Morning Show with James on 10/14 Beef between Grimes and Ariel Pink arises after Ariel Pink dismisses Madonna: http://pitchfork.com/news/57072-grimes-did-not-like-ariel-pinks-comments-about-madonna/ Belle and Sebastian extend tour, announce new album and reveal album artwork for Girls In Peacetime Want To Dance: http://pitchfork.com/news/57069-belle-and-sebasti...

14 Oct 3:21 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Death From Above 1979 – The Physical World

Death From Above 1979 have released their second studio album, The Physical World, after announcing a reunion in 2011. (The band had previously broken up in 2006 after five years together). For those of you who have not experienced Death From Above 1979, and believe me, if you had heard them before you would know, they are like The Black Keys or The White Stripes on steroids. Consisting ofSebastien Grainger o...

13 Oct 2:01 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Flying Lotus – You're Dead!

From the very beginning, coming out of it’s earliest roots as ritual African music that developed into slave spirituals and religious hymns, which then developed into blues and ragtime; all the way up to the avant-garde and free jazz work that came out of the late 50s and early 60s from the likes of Pharoah Sanders, Sun Ra, Albert Ayler and many others, to the psychedelic jazz fusion era of the late 60’s into the...

09 Oct 6:39 PM 0 Read More...

Album Review: Alt-J – This Is All Yours

The English indie rock band Alt-J (∆) formed back in 2007 when Gwil Sainsbury, Joe Newman, Gus Unger-Hamilton, and Thorn Green met at Leeds University and began creating music on garageband. They graduated, moved to Cambridge, and signed a deal with Infectious Records. The band’s self titled 4-track EP: ∆, released in late 2011 and included the tracks “Breezeblocks” “Hand-Made” “Matilda” and “Tess...

08 Oct 8:09 PM 0 Read More...