June 27, 2017

Radiohead: full Glastonbury show (pro-shot )

Radiohead were headlining at this year's edition of the Glastonbury Festival @ Worthy Farm, Pilton, UK (2017/06/23). The show was broadcast by the BBC. Watch the full show.

  1. Daydreaming
  2. Lucky
  3. Full Stop
  4. Airbag
  5. 15 Step
  6. Myxomatosis
  7. Exit Music (for a Film)
  8. Pyramid Song
  9. Everything in Its Right Place
  10. Let Down
  11. Bloom
  12. Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
  13. Idioteque
  14. You and Whose Army?
  15. There There
  16. Bodysnatchers
  17. Street Spirit (Fade Out)
  18. No Surprises
  19. Nude
  20. 2 + 2 = 5
  21. Paranoid Android
  22. Fake Plastic Trees
    Encore 2:
  23. Lotus Flower
  24. Creep
  25. Karma Police

» radiohead.com

The fin.: Pale Blue

Japanese dreampop band The Fin. take it slow and make it smooth on their new single Pale Blue. With falsetto vocals van vintage synths it's a throwback to the dance music of the late Seventies, a hybrid of indie production values and mainstream appeal.

June 26, 2017

Wednesday Call: The Line

Consider the odds of starting a progressive rock band in Tehran. The capital of Iran doesn't come to mind a a likely place for a bunch of musicians to play music that is inspired by Muse, Pink Floyd and Marillion. Wednesday Call was founded in 2011 and their latest album The Line is dedicated Levon Davidian, the father of Arin Davidian, the band's singer and lead guitarist.

Recorded in a makeshift home studio The Line sound a bit lo-fi, but the intricate textures of the keyboards sound surprisingly clear. It appears that turned down the guitar a bit t make room for the vocals and the drums(Saied Jame always comes in a bit late, like a prog version of Charlie Watts). Wednesday Call's music can stand its ground against the contemporary competition. Play the dreamy Green Fields or the freaky off-kilter rhythm Out of Nowhereland during a pop quiz and odds are that nobody will guess their country origin. Good music doesn't give a fuck about borders.

June 25, 2017

The Myrrors: Hasta La Victoria

Tuscon, AZ avant-garde post-rock band The Myrrors like to put a challenge. TakeOrgan Mantra, the first track from their forthcoming new elbum Hasta La Victoria, a twisted rage of rock that refuses to let go for ten minutes straight. They find a menacing and unrelenting rhythm as the foundation for their dystopian soundscapes, with a few choice lighter notes as pinpricks in their pitch black sonic tapestries.

Their Spanish lyrics tell tales of resistance and the odds of coming out on top at the end. Putting on Tea House Music in an actual tea room would make most clientele choke on their tea and biscuits, but those who stick around will be transfixed by a glorious lead string part that is part Arabian and part Tex-Mex. The Myrrors show bleak pictures, captivating art that commands full attention.

Mixing Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' Jubilee Street

Watch Nick Launay describe the mixing process of the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds track Jubilee Street.

» mixwiththemasters.com