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STREAM PALACE 1995

posted April 16th, 2018

"WEST PALM BEACH" w/ "GULF SHORES"

The “Palace Brothers” were invited to open the 2nd stage of the Lollapalooza tour for a couple of weeks in the summer of 1994.  At the end of that run a recording session was booked at producer Kramer’s home studio in New Jersey.  The band was Will Oldham, Aram Stith (guitar), Jason Stith (bass) and Jack Carneal (drums) and Ned Oldham (guitar).  The Trux had done their “Back to School” 7” with Kramer, and it... (read more)

Artists in this story: Will Oldham, The Broadcast Choir, E/OR

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USURP THE RHYTHM: NO AGE ON TOUR

posted April 13th, 2018

The dymaxion duo of D.Spunt and R.Randall are hauling ass and screeching across county lines to deliver a wildly cathartic cocktail of volume, velocity and melodies later this month! Hitting up and honing in on the Midwest, Canada and the East Coast, No Age are marrying their untouchable noise pop with ear-shattering volume in an immersive live setting. Rifling through the bands discography from past touchstones to the newest rage Snares Like A Haircut, No Age's pell-mell push of punk sanded down on... (read more)

Artists in this story: No Age

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SOCCER CLUB CLUB PRESENTS:

posted April 11th, 2018

PACIFIC
Paintings by Becca Mann
Opening Reception, Friday 4/13
8pm-11PM
Musical Performance by David Grubbs
Drinks by Land & Sea Dept

Soccer Club Club presents PACIFIC, a trio of extra-large landscapes by Becca Mann. Worked in oil over highly pigmented flashé grounds, the paintings are experiments in affective color reaction, designed to subtly alter the state of mind of the viewer. Dynamic, elemental landscape forms from the Pacific region are paired with the disruptive chroma of... (read more)

Artists in this story: Soccer Club Club

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BE LIKE MIKE, WATCH THE VIDEO FOR "COLD SHINE"

posted April 10th, 2018

How to Get Your Record Played In Shops is a new direction in music from Mike Donovan, a busman's holiday from his guitar-based subterranean pop via a serpentine, keyboard-laden path. It makes for fulfilling solo-artist listening; the shards and trickles from his broken music-box are slivers of solitude, echoes of weird scenes and falsetto-hued odes all designed to crack your spirit and seep it into the atmosphere around your ears, while merging with your subconsciousness below. How To Get Your Record Played In Shops... (read more)

Artists in this story: Mike Donovan

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WAND WILL BE THE HIGHWAY - TASTE THEIR PERFUMES

posted April 9th, 2018

Today's a great day! And we're sure you know why too - because this day is the closest we've yet been to the release date of Wand's next rec, the 12"EP/CDEP called "Perfume"! It's set for about six weeks from now - May 25th, to be precise - which bodes well for your levels of spring fever, break, cleaning and all the rest of the rebirth rituals in which we'll all soon be engaged in anticipation of the summer breakout.

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Artists in this story: Wand

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1994

posted April 9th, 2018

"HORSES"

It was a silver age of 7” singles in the early 1990’s.  The third single attributed to a Palace conglomerate was the equine-themed “Horses”/”Stable Will”.  “Horses” was recorded by Steve Good, who has recorded live underground shows in Louisville for decades.  The session took place primarily at a house shared by Bob Nastanovitch, Will Oldham, and Britt Walford.  Photographs from the session show Brian McMahan playing the drums, Walford playing bass, and Todd Brashear playing the lap... (read more)

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JOHN REBOURN LIVE IN JAPAN

posted April 5th, 2018

An evening in a coffee house in Kyoto 40 years ago has lingered fondly in the memories of those who were there. Now, the stellar performance of John Renbourn that night is available for all to hear on Live in Kyoto 1978John Renbourn, along with his sometimes partner Bert Jansch (with whom he formed Pentangle in the 1960s), has been passed away for these past few years - but the music that he made continues to inspire. Renbourn's style mixed these traditions with classical, jazz, world and early... (read more)

Artists in this story: John Renbourn

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SHOPPING FOR DRINKS

posted April 4th, 2018

Cate Le Bon and Tim Presley have gotten together for a second round of DRINKS, and we're all invited to join them! Their new album, Hippo Lite, arrives April 20, (420, in the parlance of our times) and today they've shared the second single from it: "Corner Shops" premiered earlier today on NPR. Come have one on them - Drinks give a good pour - listen to "Corner Shops" now!

And pre-order Hippo Lite ... (read more)

Artists in this story: Cate Le Bon, Tim Presley, Drinks

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CIRCUIT DES TOUR DATES!

posted April 3rd, 2018

Wherever she may roam, Circuit des Yeux's work ethic can easily be attributed to the continuous, compulsive spreading of the Reaching For Indigo gospel. We aren't complaining - and neither are the hordes of live music fans that support each and every show in whatever country, city, and venue that compulsion takes CdY. See, Circuit des Yeux, including not just the electrifying Haley Fohr but also her backing band of talented and dialed in pals, has a presence that is simply undeniable.

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Artists in this story: Circuit des Yeux

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STREAM PALACE 1993

posted April 1st, 2018

OHIO RIVER BOAT SONG

It was the summer of 1992 and Todd Brashear invited his friend Will Oldham to come live with him in Bloomington, Indiana where Brashear was in the Audio Engineering program at IU.  Oldham moved into a house with Brashear and his schoolmate Grant Barger, and soon they began working on music all together.  They set up a weekend session at the house with Barger at the controls, using his 8-track cassette recording machine (not to be... (read more)

Artists in this story: Palace Music