Watch Pendulum Perform Live For The First Time In Four Years With Special Guest Deadmau5

first_imgOG drum and bass act Pendulum have been on a hiatus from performing live since 2012, with each member focused on side projects including Knife Party and Destroid. Last night, the pioneering live electronic act reunited on the main stage at Ultra Music Festival to close out the final night of the three-day event held in downtown Miami. The performance was electric and had the crowd of 100,000 strong going wild.During the set, Deadmau5 emerged to join the group, dropping his hit “Ghosts N Stuff” which features Pendulum/Knife Party’s Rob Swire on vocals. The memorable collaboration ended the festival on a high note.Deadmau5, aka Joel Zimmerman, also replaced The Prodigy the previous day when the British electro/rock band had to cancel due to health issues.Check out Pendulum’s epic Ultra finale featuring Deadmau5:[H/T Dancing Astronaut]last_img read more

Papadosio Makes Their Headlining Debut At Red Rocks Amphitheatre [A Gallery]

first_imgLoad remaining images Be sure to catch Papadosio at the Spirit of Suwannee for Purple Hatter’s Ball, performing alongside The Floozies, The Polish Ambassador, Melvin Seals & JGB, Earphunk, Dubconscious, The Mantras, Roosevelt Collier Band, The Malah, The Hip Abduction, Sophistafunk, Bedside, and so many more! All information can be found here.All photos appear courtesy of Kaleigh Mathis/Wanderlust Photography. See her full gallery below: You can see the full setlist below:Setlist: Papadosio at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO – 5/7/16…and this is what he thought ][We are WaterThe Sum ][Utopiate XLEpiphany 1/2 (new song)Epiphany 2/2Method Ritual ][Glimpse ][All I Knew Wrong Nostalgia >Night Colors (alt intro)2AM+ Find Your Cloudcenter_img Last weekend, Papadosio made band history by setting foot on the glorious stage of Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. While it wasn’t the band’s first trip to the esteemed venue, it was their debut as the headliners, leading artists like Ott & The All Seeing I, Opiuo, Dirtwire and The Malah on a musical excursion.Not only did Papadosio come to play, but they found time to debut a brand new song in their incredible set. Still untitled, the new song’s working title is “Threes” and features some clear Ratatat influences throughout. Fans were beyond delighted as the song debuted in the middle of “Epiphany,” a song from their 2015 album Extras In A Movie. “Ritual,” “Wrong Nostalgia” and “2AM” were also played from the new release.The show featured a number of classics from the band’s career as well, including “We Are Water,” “The Sum” and the uplifting encore of “Find Your Cloud.” Listen to the latter below:last_img read more

Watch The Sensational All-Star Prince Tribute In Its Entirety [Pro-Shot Video]

first_imgLast Friday night’s “When Doves Cry: All-Star Prince Tribute” was a dance party of epic proportions. With incredible musicians coming together from all corners of the map to honor The Purple One, the music lasted deep into the night and provided a career-spanning set to a packed room in Brooklyn’s The Hall at MP.Blasting through hits like “1999,” “Raspberry Beret,” and “Purple Rain,” while keeping it cool with tunes like “A Love Bizarre” and “Kiss,” the all-star group really brought it together for a night to remember. Now, we can relive the entire show with this pro-shot video. The All-Star Prince band included Aron Magner (The Disco Biscuits), Marcus Rezak (Stratosphere All-Stars), Mike Greenfield (Lotus), and Louis Cato (Late Show With Stephen Colbert) holding ground. The horn section featured a powerful trio, with James Casey (Trey Anastasio Band) on saxophone, Maurice “Mobetta” Brown (Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Roots, Wyclef Jean & more) on trumpet, and Ian Gray (Swift Technique) on trombone. Con Brio’s Ziek McCarter, Mayteana Morales of The Pimps of Joytime, Hayley Jane of Hayley Jane and the Primates, and Nephrok of the Nephrok All-Stars shared vocals throughout the night, rounding out a completely satisfying bill of taste-buds. Watch this professionally shot video of the full set, as produced by Sobokeh Exports:Thanks to photographers Dino Perrucci and Jay Sansone, you can relive some of the night through these incredible photos.Setlist: All-Star Prince Tribute at The Hall At MP, Brooklyn, NY – 5/6/16Set: I Wanna Be Your Lover, 1999, Raspberry Beret, Little Red Corvette, Cream, Let’s Go Crazy, DMSR, Lolita, Nothing Compares 2 You, A Love Bizarre, Kiss, Bambi, Purple Rainlast_img read more

Lotus Releases Jaw-Dropping New Album ‘Eat The Light’ [Full Stream/Review]

first_imgAs the summer months reach fevered temperatures, with festival culture in full swing, Philadelphia electro-rockers Lotus return with a new studio album Eat the Light, blessing fans with new material in the rapid fashion to which they have become accustomed. Featuring vocals on every track, the brand new jams are coursing with infectious beats and a focus on big, bright choruses. Mixing up styles and criss-crossing genres, the singing can be R&B and indie-rock, female or male, songs rock n’roll and electronic alike. With the release of Eat the Light, Lotus has clearly expanded their horizons and harnessed a new vision; sunglasses just may be in order.   Lotus saw the ‘Magic Hour’ as it’s muse; the time just after sunrise – and just before sunset.  Focusing on simple themes of the summer sunlight and the promise of possibility, set against a subtle paranoia brought on from society’s growing technological oversaturation, the new record is made from a cinematographers perch. Within the art, a listener will find heightened energetic vibrations and surrealism abound; Eat the Light lives in the Magic Hour. “I wanted Eat the Light to be a celebratory album that people could sing along to while driving down the California coast,” says Luke Miller. “This is the sound of summer that makes you want to dance and raise your hands to the sky.”Listen to the full album below, and read on for the full review.Philadelphia based singer-songwriter Mutlu Onaral is most known for collaborating with another local hero, Amos Lee. Onaral contributes vocals on two tracks, including the album opener, “Fearless.” A song about “the indestructible feeling that propels you to try something new and scary,” Lotus channels a disco  vibe, and rocks out with an orchestral arrangement atop interesting percussion. Later in the record, Mutlu rides over “When Our Nerves No Longer Twitch,” which incorporates yet another of Lotus’ many styles, awash in glitch electronics and Wurlitzer wonder, yet as advertised, brings an undeniable hook and catchy chorus. Billboard unveiled “Eats the Light”, the album’s first single, in January. The opening salvo hinted toward the stripped down, minimalist arrangements, and a clear homage to Remain In Light-era Talking Heads. Vocals were handled by Gabe Otto of Pan Astral, who had logged time singing Heads material with Lotus during their Deconstructed shows. The single and the new direction only hinted at the future.  Bubbly analog synths and driving grooves inspired by early-80s Byrne and post-disco dance culture, “Eats the Light” is more than just a dreamland, it’s a canvas of minimalist surrealism in pop art. Technologic-fueled paranoia, in a world oversaturated by bright screens that obscure art, is at the core of this document.“The main focus was to go towards things that were definitely dancey and really hooky, and as far as the arrangement kind of simplify things and go towards pretty classic song structures but definitely keeping that Lotus groove that kind of goes through all our music, no matter what styles the songs are in,” said bassist Jessie Miller.With a pulsating beat and syncopated bassline, “Move Too Fast” is a fun frolic, with Johnny Fissinger of Philly fam Damn Right taking the vocals; while “Anti Gravity” features Los Angeles’ singer Oriel Poole as a sultry songstress atop an aura of summertime romance. Equal parts rock n’roll and EDM, “I’ve Been a Fool (Toy Guns)” pile up layers of sonics in a steady dthat resolves itself mightily. Embracing a raw and unpolished touch, Jesse Miller really emotes on lead vocals, ably assisted by Otto. The duo also inform “Sleep When We Are Dead,” a tune with garage-band origins, that swells into an anthemic stadium swagger fit for rock royalty.It’s not all new faces and newer voices for Lotus on Eat the Light; “White Light Fadeaway” features Steve Yutzy-Burke, welcoming back the old friend. A veteran of seminal material like “Disappear in a Blood Red Sky” and “The Surf”, Burke’s vocals take center stage as the crew channels the Carribean with a bit of psychedelic energy, atypically big synths and bulbous percussion hover about. The more things change, the more they stay the same, and Lotus can always be counted on to reach for the sky, push the envelope, and take big chances in the name and spirit of the art. Eat the Light, despite its somewhat dramatic departures, does nothing to dispel these notions, instead the music and intention found inside the album only should embolden fans to expect such artistic leaps from this band.  B. Getzlast_img read more

Rare 1976 Jerry Garcia Band Performance Featured On New ‘GarciaLive’ Archival Release

first_imgWe’ll never get enough Jerry Garcia music! The newest edition in the GarciaLive archival series has just been announced, and it’s a great one. Taken from an intimate performance in 1976, the new GarciaLive Volume Seven: November 8th, 1976 – Jerry Garcia Band sees the group perform at a former grocery store called Sophie’s in Palo Alto, CA. The recordings from the show were only recently discovered, by none other than Donna Jean Godchaux.The band sees Garcia collaborating with drummer Ron Tutt, bassist John Kahn, keyboardist Keith Godchaux and backing vocalist Donna Jean Godchaux. With a number of the classic covers that have come to define JGB shows, there’s no denying that this is one for the ages.You can check out the version of “After Midnight” from the release, which premiered on Relix. Stream it:The full tracklisting is printed below, and you can head here for pre-orders and more information. The album will be released on August 19th.GarciaLive Volume Seven: November 8th, 1976 – Jerry Garcia Band TracklistingDisc 1:1.) The Way You Do The Things You Do 2.) Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door 3.) After Midnight 4.) Who Was John? 5.) Mission in the Rain 6.) Stir It Up Disc 2: 1.) Midnight Moonlight 2.) Tore Up Over You 3.) Friend of the Devil 4.) Don’t Let Go 5.) Strange Man 6.) Stop That Train 7.) Ride Mighty Highlast_img read more

42 Injured After Fence Collapses At Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa Concert

first_imgScary news out of Camden, as a fence collapsed during a Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa concert at the BB&T Pavilion last night, injuring 42 people. The rappers were on a second stage that was set up at the back of the pavilion, giving fans with lawn tickets an opportunity to get closer to the performers. Fans rushed to get closer to the stage, and eventually the railing collapsed, and many people fell and hurt themselves.Watch footage of the incident, courtesy of twitter user @cak2014, who captured the fence collapsing at the tail end of this video:So this just happened at the snoop and wiz concert nj— christina kinne (@cak2014) August 6, 2016 The show was stopped after the incident. We hope everyone is okay, and that any injuries were minor![H/T &][photo Getty Image]last_img read more

Listen To Break Science’s Exciting New Mix Of “Reno” From The Brooklyn Bowl [Premiere]

first_imgThere’s no denying the excitement that comes along with a Break Science show. The fusion between Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee never fails to incite a dance party celebration, with in-the-pocket grooves that leave the whole crowd wanting more.The duo are set to host two Live Band performances at the Brooklyn Bowl this weekend, with Jesus Coomes, Adam “Shmeeans” Smirnoff, Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis contributing to the musical fusion. The two shows, on December 16th with Exmag and Chris Karns and December 17th, with Jaw Gems and Chris Karns, are sure to be power packed with great hip hop influenced grooves throughout the weekend.In anticipation of the upcoming Bowl shows, the band members looked back to their last performance at the famed Brooklyn venue and found a great track to share. The two offered up a new mix on their classic Break Science jam “Reno,” delivered with a uniquely dreamlike approach. Says Deitch, “We released our newest mix of Reno because it’s an old school classic BrkSci track. We believe the fans that have stuck with us over the years deserve that chill fire we’ve been developing during our career. We never fit into a major category of Electronic music because our tastes are not influenced by trends. This one is for the true heads that wanna bop their head while having the sonic textures envelope them into a dream like state…”You can catch the newest BrkSci mix of “Reno” in the player below.We can’t wait to get down with the Break Science Live Band this weekend! For tickets and more information about the shows, click here for December 16th, and click here for December 17th.last_img read more

The Revivalists Announce Headlining Red Rocks Performance

first_imgIt’s been a long time coming for The Revivalists to headline the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. The New Orleans-based eight-piece has seen huge growth in the last couple of years, and has deservedly gained commercial success with their hit single “Wish I Knew You”. With New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Bonnaroo, and BottleRock Festival already in their summer schedule, The Revivalists have announced another check on their bucket list with their first-ever headlining performance at Red Rocks on Thursday, September 13th.While seemingly made for the beloved stage, The Revivalists have only made it to Red Rocks once in the past, when they performed with Michael Franti & Spearhead and JJ Grey & Mofro in August of 2015. As if they were holding out for this very moment, The Revivalists will take the headlining slot this fall with support from Houndmouth and J. Roddy Walston and The Business.The group recently expanded their touring machine to eight people, including David Shaw (lead vocals/guitar), Zack Feinberg (guitar), Andrew Campanelli (drums), George Gekas (bass), Ed Williams (pedal steel guitar), Rob Ingraham (saxophone), Michael Girardot (keys/trumpet), and now PJ Howard (percussion). They’ve only got a few dates on the calendar so far, but 2018 is gearing up to be another busy year for The Revivalists. Head to the band’s website for more information.There is a limited supply of pre-sale tickets available here.THE REVIVALISTS 2018 TOUR DATES:March 4 Phoenix, AZ @ McDowell Mountain Music FestivalApril 11 St. Petersburg, FL @ Jannus LiveApril 12 Orlando, FL @ House of BluesApril 13 Miami, FL @ The FillmoreApril 14 Jacksonville, FL @ Florida TheaterApril 18 Dallas, TX @ House of BluesApril 19 Houston, TX @ House of BluesApril 20 Austin, TX @ Stubb’sApril 21 San Antonio, TX @ Aztec TheatreMay 3 New Orleans, LA @ Saenger TheatreMay 5 New Orleans, LA @ New Orleans Jazz & Heritage FestivalMay 27 Napa, CA @ BottleRock 2018June 9 Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music & Arts FestivalSeptember 13 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatrelast_img read more

NYC’s B.B. King Blues Club & Grill Announces Closing, Final Run of Shows

first_imgToday, B.B. King Blues Club & Grill announced its final run of shows in its current Times Square location (237 W 42nd St) in New York City, after 18 years of hosting some of music and entertainment’s most revered names–including Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Etta James, Alicia Keys, The Allman Brothers, ZZ Top, Jay-Z, Bon Jovi, Mary J. Blige, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, Al Green, Wilson Pickett, Bo Diddley, and B.B. King himself.According to a press statement, the decision to close its doors was “due to escalating rent”, explaining that “the historic venue and supper club is forced to close its doors with a final performance on April 29, 2018.” However, they promise, “B.B. King Blues Club is in the process of selecting a new location in Manhattan to relocate the venue.”In addition to this sad announcement, B.B. King’s announced the final schedule before they close their doors. Buddy Guy, Rick Ross, Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh + Special Guests, El Gran Combo, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, and more will all celebrate the venue’s legacy for one last time. Buddy Guy will headline the final B.B. King Blues Club show on Sunday, April 29. Check out the full schedule below, and click here to purchase tickets. Additional shows will be announced in the next few days.In a press release, Tsion Bensusan, Chief Operating Officer states,It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share the news about B.B. King Blues Club’s closing. Despite many sold out shows, the location’s rent escalated to an unsustainable level, leaving us no choice but to close our doors. Unfortunately, this has become a growing trend in New York City, with other iconic music venues and businesses falling victim to opportunistic property owners. This venue’s legacy extends much further than the stage, playing a role in Times Square’s revitalization two decades ago. It is a shame that wasn’t taken into consideration regarding its future in the area. Nevertheless, we feel extremely grateful for the overwhelming support we have received from both fans and artists over the years to create some truly historic and incredible memories in this space. We hope that we can find a new place to call home very soon so we can continue bringing live music to you all.Furthermore, all shows scheduled beyond the April 29th closing date will be moved to various venues throughout the city. The weekly Sunday Gospel Brunch featuring The Harlem Gospel Choir will give their two final performances at B.B. King’s on April 22nd and 29th. B.B. King’s is currently working with the group to find a new home for their weekly residency which will be announced shortly. Lucille’s Grill, located inside the venue, will remain open until April 29th and will feature sets by club favorites: B.B. King Blues Club All-Stars, Jon Paris, A Decade of Soul, and more.B.B. King Blues Club & Grill Closing Week Celebration Show Schedule:April 17 & 18 Buddy GuyApril 22 William Bell’s Memphis Soul RevueApril 23 Rick RossApril 25 Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh + Special GuestsApril 26 El Gran ComboApril 28 George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic + Special GuestsApril 29 Buddy Guylast_img read more

Watch All-Star Musicians Mash Up Led Zeppelin & P-Funk During Jazz Fest

first_imgFocused on mashing up Led Zeppelin and Parliament Funkadelic tunes, Turkuaz drummer Michelangelo Carubba brought a cast of all-stars together late night on Sunday for an amazing performance at New Orleans’ Maison on Frenchmen Street. Along with his Turkuaz bandmate Shira Elias, Carubba tapped Roosevelt Collier, Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, Rob Walker (The Main Squeeze), Steve Swatkins (Allen Stone), Mike “Maz” Maher (Snarky Puppy), Chris Bullock (Snarky Puppy), Elise Testone, Jessica Jones, Joanna Teters, Papa Mali, Eddie Roberts (The New Mastersounds), and Khris Royal for the special tribute show.The Maison was rocking ’til around 4:30 a.m. with this wild and woolly tribute to the two musically different but culturally similar bands, and fans were still begging for more after the last notes and band’s introductions had finished. With highlights like Carruba’s own thunderous take on “Moby Dick”, Collier and Taz’s back and forth throughout the show, Papa Mali’s and Eddie Roberts’ fiery respective sit-ins, and the vocal fireworks of the front four—Shira Elias, Elise Testone, Jessica Jones and Joanna Teters—throughout the night, it was hard to blame fans wanting the music to continue. Oh, and as always, Steveland Swatkins was easily the most energetic and purely happy musician that has ever stepped on a stage, and his enthusiasm was clearly contagious to his fellow players.We’ve got some video highlights from the Z-Funk tribute for you below, including the closing mash-up of “Give Up The Funk”, “Ramble On”, and “Whole Lotta Love”, that shows exactly why this show was so special. Enjoy!Setlist: Z-Funk: A Tribute To Led Zeppelin & Parliament Funkadelic | Maison | New Orleans, LA | 4/29/2018Set: Song Remains the Same, P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up), Mothership Connection, Flashlight > Trampled Under Foot > Immigrant Song, Supergroovalisticprosifunkstication, Red Hot Mama, No Quarter, When The Levee Breaks, Moby Dick, Unfunky UFO, Handcuffs, Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker) > Ramble On > Give Up The Funk > Whole Lotta Love“Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)” > “Ramble On” > “Give Up The Funk” > “Whole Lotta Love”“When The Levee Breaks”“Unfunky UFO”“No Quarter”last_img read more