Probably not what you expected.
Big ups to our buddies The Principals for their work on DELQA, an experiential installation involving the music of Mathew Dear and whole lot of touching. Experience it through this Sunday at the New Museum’s New Inc. Space in NYC.
More info here
How long will your ears let you listen (below) to this 1985 demo tape from 18-year old Kurt Cobain’s punk rock band ‘Fecal Matter’? Melvins drummer Dale Crover was on bass.
Rick Rubin Returns to His NYU Dorm Room
We are pleased to present our 218th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections by Luke Pelletier. Luke is a Los Angeles-based artist whose new solo exhibition “Tourist Seizin’” opens up at New Image Art Gallery this Saturday, August 8th.
Sound Advice 218
01. F.A.G. by Goons of Doom
02. Fire Going by Seers
03. It Could Be You (Instead of Him) by Johnny Cash
04. Girls by Beastie Boys
05. Last Time by Paul Baribeau
06. Streets of Bakersfield by Buck Owens
07. Beer Can Beach by Surf Punks
08. Weigh On My Mind by Transplants
09. Funny You Should Ask by The Front Bottoms
10. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover by Paul Simon
11. Sister by Kate Nash
12. We Didn’t Come Here To Rock by Andrew Jackson Jihad
13. 25! by Bomb the Music Industry!
14. Deer For My Horses by Toby Keith (ft. Willie Nelson)
15. Scotty Doesn’t Know by Lustra
16. Gone by Kanye West (ft. Cam’ron & Consequence)
17. With My Looks and Your Brains by The Mr. T Experience
18. Aren’t All Songs Political? Aren’t All Songs Vaguely Self Referential?
by The Max Levine Ensemble
19. 13 Stitches (Acoustic) by NOFX
20. That’s Life by Frank Sinatra
Some mysterious genius recently bought the rights to “Do The Bartman” for $38,500. The first single off the classic 1990 album “The Simpsons Sing the Blues” was co-written, or at least named by Michael Jackson, who also sings background vocals on the track.