Posted by Red's Blog on August 30, 2011

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Make some time for The Chilis tonight…They want to get you excited about the new album and they want you to be as excited about the new guy as they are…Noticeably missing was the moment I slipped down a ramp and almost fell in front of Flea…and me hitting my face on the microphone in front of Anthony. Click here, kick back and enjoy.

Posted by GregR’s Nerd Blog on August 30, 2011

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Some rather brilliant moves displayed by this New Zealand… Australian… hmmm… some rather brilliant moves displayed by this foreign duo Hammish & Andy on how to pick up on people:

Would you try any of these methods?

:E GregR

Posted by End Music Discovery on August 30, 2011

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Tomorrow night our next “Concert 4 A Cause” goes down at Neumos with Surfer Blood and Virgin Islands.

Tickets are only $10.77 with proceeds going to benefit our friends at Youthcare.

Here’s hoping we hear this brand new track from the band that popped up today. “Miranda” will show up on the Tarot Classics EP which will be out on October 25th.

Check it out:

Posted by Red's Blog on August 30, 2011

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Mad dad is now a sad dad by the looks of his mug shot…this is the guy who threw his 7yr old off of a sightseeing boat…click on his pic for the story and here’s his FB page.….most of the time parents make empty threats…not this guy.

Posted by harms blog on August 30, 2011

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Scott Weiland of Stone Temple Pilots has released a digital compilation of cover songs he has recorded.

The title of the somewhat under the radar release is ‘A Compilation Of Scott Weiland Cover Songs’ which clearly leaves very little to the imagination of exactly what the record is about. It’s got 12 songs.

Weliand tackles songs from Nirvana, The Smiths, David Bowie and more on the record.

Full tracklisting looks like this:

1. I Am The Resurrection (Stone Roses)
2. Personality Crisis (New York Dolls)
3. Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge On Seattle (Nirvana)
4. Let Down (Radiohead)
5. Into Your Arms (The Lemonheads)
6. Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones)
7. Waiting For Superman (The Flaming Lips)
8. Revolution (The Beatles)
9. But Not Tonight (Depeche Mode)
10. Reel Around The Fountain (The Smiths)
11. Fame (David Bowie)
12. Jean Genie (David Bowie)’

You can order the record through the singers web-site here AND you can see him performing ‘Frances Farmer…’ live below

Posted by harms blog on August 30, 2011

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Jane’s Addiction have just released the video for “Irresistible Force”.
The clip for the first single off “The Great Escape” features the 3 core members of the band doing what they do as a collage of metaphoric sexual space images dances behind them.

Hey…right on

Jane’s Addiction – Irresistible Force

You can pick up the new Jane’s record on October 4th

Posted by Red's Blog on August 30, 2011

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Dont you hate when you get something in your eye? you keep looking in the mirror to see if you see it…maybe you ask one of your friends if they can see anything and you usually resort to pulling the upper lid down like window blinds…no pun intended. Click on where this poor guy’s eye used to be for the full story.

Posted by Red's Blog on August 30, 2011

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You know when a movie sticks with you and you keep thinking of what you would have done differently? Ya. That was me watching this movie…BASED ON TRUE EVENTS?! f’ing crazy….rad movie. great special effects.

Posted by End Music Discovery on August 29, 2011

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It’s no secret that a new Justice record is on the horizon (their forthcoming LP “Audio, Video, Disco” is due out October 25th) Back in march we brought you the stream of first single (and ADIDAS add campaign soundtrack) Civilization. Now we have our first CD quality preview of the albums closing title track and supposed next single, “Audio, Video, Disco”. Though so far both tracks have touched and familiar territory for the boys, they’ve described the album as something of a departure from 2007’s electro masterpiece, “Cross”. Preview the track below as well as enjoy a track by track breakdown of each song on the forthcoming record as described by the duo themselves

UPDATE: Thanks to Busy P we now have a taste of album cut “Helix” as well, showcasing a little more of the rock flavor the boys described in the below interview, check it out….

We were scared sometimes, writing this record, only to ignite in our studio by composing pieces with drawers that sound like bad jazz-rock. We hope this is not the case and that this disc looks ather to an album of progressive rock played by guys who can do anything. We are not great musicians or great producers, but c’es tun poru advantage to this kind of music. Anyway, we did not try to make a record club. that, we’re not sure whether to do so.

01.HORSEPOWER
We do not write titles one after the other or independently of the others then in order for haphazardly. Each of them is part of a set.
“Horsepower” was conceived as a way of opening. Opening the most “Olympics” as possible. We see it as a brutal piece of disco with one side a little Italian. It pener this advertising a brand of car we saw when we were children, with horses galloping like mad in the desert and eventually forming the logo of the brand. And the cartoon “Cobra” you looked at the same time, a Japanese and Italian co-production with a hero who has a laser arm Ala place.
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02.CIVILIZATION
We did not want to start this album so confusing. With “Horsepower” and “Civilization”, we are still in the world of the first album. These are the transmission belts between the two albums. He is an Englishman named Ali Love singing, it became a gay icon in spite of himself because of a disco-pop album that came out two years ago. Rapppelle his voice a little Prince. There are three different singers on this record, but we semblaitimportant to give the impression that all the songs were sung by the same people. We wanted to avoid at all costs the appearance “featuring”. We brought the singers in our studio to direct our own decision-voice in the least “expressive” as possible.
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03.OHIO
a tribute to Crosby, Stills & Nash, so obvious and true that there is not much to add. The singer Mignight Juggernauts sings this song. It’s funny, his voice is very processed and, ultimately, it sounds artificial. This is the kind of song that will surprise most fans of the first album of Justice. But “Ohio” seems perfectly natural and we are very similar. We did not try to confuse anyone by making this record, even if it will happen probably in the end. We need to go in new directions to stimulate us, but our project was not to reinvent ourselves. We even think it’s a bad habit of electro groups seeking to reinvent itself at all costs with each new album. If the public will find this disc think you’re always the same and while having evolved, this is the best.
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04.CANON(interlude)
An intro with some medieval style made ​​with three guitars. One must admit, the word “medieval” was part of the “brief” mental we had done before recording this disc. He had to find a moen avoid sounding like medieval Manau (laughs) (adds: Manau is a french-band rap with celtic inspiration wich has a short success, they had produce song like “La tribu de Dana” or Mais Qui Est La Belette lol, we hope that this news album doesn’t like this )
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05.CANON
It’s called like that because it’s simply to enjoy a canon (adds:like “Pachelbel’s canon”, a line aligned differently each time it returns. A gun guitar, with ranges that overlap, giving a side serial music. Another way too slow to be played in clubs and not enough pop to the delight of radios.
We can say that there is a dimension “progressive rock” in this record. A song like “canon” could easily enchainer variations for 20 minutes but was careful to stop at four so that no one, including us, is lost or is discouraged by the end of the song.
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06.ON’N'ON
With Morgan Fallon, part of the rock band “Diamond Knight” we liked but that went completely unnoticed in the 2000s. He lives in Los Angeles and was sent to Paris to record. We wrote the lyrics with him, as always with the desire not to be too stupid to avoid clichés “Move your body”, without pretending to be Bob Dylan. Words always a little shifted. It is forbidden is always a certain number of words: “love”, “do you want”, that sort of turns. From these principles, we wrote all the texts of this album. If they sound good, and if in addition they have shifted a little twist, it won. Among the potential singers, it was thought time to Sparks, a group that loves their theatrical style, but it was soon realized that we would fall into the next “featuring” they sought to avoid.
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07.BRIANVISION
“Minisymphonie” of synthesizer to Giorgio Moroder. For this is not too 80 years, we have a product with a very dry and a guitar that is reminiscent of Queen. Hence my title, a tribute to guitarist Brian May. originally it was more dance, but was eventually slowed to give it a dimension that touches us more sad. We love the sound of this song, it sums up the whole spirit of the disc.
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08.PARADE
The moment that allows you to rest before the final assault. On vinyl, this is the first music side B. As a slow, but with high intensity. It reminds us of a festival or a banquet. It has a glam pop of the 70s, as often on this album. We sing ourselves, as every time the voices are simple and do not require an impeccable English accent.
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09.NEW LANDS
Even with Morgan Fallon. We needed another song with voices at the time of the disc, but something more simple. It is a hinge that takes us to the title probably the most in the album. There is a rapid transition in the middle, almost like a hard rock, but as yet still light. It is very warm in the end, with airy voice. He speaks of life’s failures. (adds: DAMNED! Justice begin to say something on their song!)
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10.HELLIX
Canon yet, but more funky than others.We often joked with Pedro, saying that this album will be the “white” never released on Ed Banger. It produced a fairly hard right, little funky, but this title. This is another piece of drawers, changing several times atmosphere. This is the one that appeals most to fans of electronics. We are a bit like the first group of Lionel Richie, the Commodores.
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11.AUDIO, DISCO, VIDEO
It means “I hear, I see, I learn” in Latin, is the next single. After “civilization” is a great transition: it is more in the spirit of the rest of the disk even if no other way does it actually looks like. It runs to 152 BP, which is pretty fast, while remaining very sensitive. It is also the longest song on the disc, an ideal conclusion to the album and also for our future live-show.

interview via tsugi

Posted by harms blog on August 29, 2011

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For a band that has been absolutely EVERYWHERE the last couple of months…the Foo Fighters sure seem to have a lot of time on their hands.

Here’s the “Hot Buns” video the guys teased us with last week.

What do we think? Were those real Foo “buns” or stand-ins. My guess is that those guys aren’t shy and we’re happy to go “all the way” for the sake of the art :)