Today we catch up with the Italian musician Toni Cutrone‘s experimental electronic and minimal techno project Mai Mai Mai, whose upcoming 12″ Delta is due out May 24th via Yerevan Tapes in a limited vinyl pressing of 500 copies. Cutrone also plays in the noise-rock band Hiroshima Rocks Around, and the electro-punk duo Trouble vs. Glue, in addition to running […]Read more ›
Category: Album Reviews
On their newest LP Pre Language (Kranky), Chicago quartet Disappears take their minimalist aesthetic to it’s logical conclusion, honing their post-punk lexicon with laser-like intensity. Live Eye Tv had a chance to catch up with the band on their recent February stop in Seattle at The Chop Suey, for a fierce set of music. Stream performance videos of “Joa” and […]Read more ›
TV PARTY! Handsome Furs, Flaming Lips/Lightning Bolt, Kurt Vile, Pictureplane, The Wooden Birds, My Goodness, Death Gripes, John Maus and much more!
Plenty of cool stuff to check out in our monthly round-up of favorite videos! New media this month from Handsome Furs, Kurt Vile, Thurston Moore, Pictureplane, My Goodness, Death Grips, John Maus and more! Stream the videos below, and come inside for links and info about the bands and labels. If you’d like, you can join our podcasts here…iTunes, Podcast.com, […]Read more ›
All kinds of gems in our June round-up of new music! We still can’t get enough of Gang Gang Dance‘s Eye Contact which is guaranteed to be required space station listening in the New Age. Also, new stuff from old favorites like Thurston Moore, the Bush Tetras and Richard Youngs, as well as fresh doughnuts from The Deeep, Whirl, Alan […]Read more ›
Gil Scott-Heron‘s first album in 15 years is called I’m New Here, and it is the result of an odd but fortuitous meeting between XL Recordings founder Richard Russell, and the man who has been called the godfather of hip-hop. In 2006, the then fifty-seven year old musician and poet, Gil Scott- Heron, was serving a prison term at Ritgers […]Read more ›
ART BRUT BANG BANG, ROCK AND ROLL FIERCE PANDA RECORDS WERE JUST TALKING…. TO THE KIDS Art Brut is a group out of South London. They play quick songs in a refreshingly brash, bratty, mock pretentious kind of way. They have bayonet-sharp, driving guitars that cut into your mind almost as deep singer, Eddie Argos‘, punchy-pop, one line declarative sentiments, […]Read more ›