White Hills kicked off 2014 with an excellent podcast, The Art of the Spoken Word, honoring the 40th Anniversary of the Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church in New York City, and today Thrill Jockey passed it on via Soundcloud! Begun in the late sixties by poet and translator Paul Blackburn, The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church has been […]Read more ›
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MIXTAPE PODCAST #11: Lower Dens, Xiu Xiu, Disappears, Death Grips, Matthew Dear, Mind Spiders, Black Marble and much more!
Here’s a bunch of great new music to look forward to in the coming year. This month we have sixteen songs, or one hour of new music to check out on LIVE EYE TV MIXTAPE #11, featuring bands with up-coming releases in 2012! Check out tracks from Lower Dens, Xiu Xiu, Disappears, Black Marble, Mind Spiders, Shigeto, Yasiin Bey, Lantern […]Read more ›
New live music this week from Sole and the Skyrider Band. Checkout videos for the tracks “Battlefields” and “Fire”, which is off the band’s newest LP, Hello Cruel World. These videos were filmed at the Nectar Lounge in Seattle, August 18th. Stream the videos below, read more after the jump, and check out the podcast here…iTunes. CONTINUE READING STREAMING MEDIA […]Read more ›
MIXTAPE PODCAST #9: Veronica Falls, tUnE-YaRdS, The Fresh & Onlys, Puro Instinct, Case Studies, The Drift, and much more!
Just in time for the weekend…Live Eye Tv’s Mixtape #9 is an awesome collection of music to look forward to as we head on into those dog days of summer! Clockin’ in at just over an hour, much of this music will be released in September, some in October, and some of it’s already out! We got your limited edition, […]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 ›
Live music this week from Pete “Sonic Boom” Kember, and his band Spectrum. Kember’s work in the 1980’s with British band Spacemen 3 would take post-punk music into heady and psychedelic territority with it’s “minimal is maximal” aesthetic, and “just say yes” injunction of, “taking drugs to make music to take drugs to”. This set was recorded live at The […]Read more ›
Quite the devilish collection of music videos on the TV PARTY! this month. Must be something in the water making Satan not so boring. Our round-up of favorites includes “Devils” from Say Hi, “Devils Hearts Grow Cold” from La Sera, as well as The Twilight Singer’s deranged Santa Claus, No Age’s infernal destruction, and the beast that is Tyler the […]Read more ›