Gregg Foreman is a Musician and DJ who has played for the likes of ; Cat Power . Pink Mountaintops . The Delta 72 . The Black Ryder . The Meek and more … Gregg has been the Musical Director of Cat Power’s band since 2012 . He started Dj’ing 60s Soul and Mod 45’s in 1995 and has Dj’ed around the world . Gregg currently lives in Los Angeles , Ca and divides his time between playing live music , producing records and djing various clubs and parties from LA to Australia .
The Pharmacy is a music / talk show playing – Heavy Soul . Raw Funk . 60′s psych . Girl Groups . Krautrock . French ye ye . Hammond organ rituals . Post Punk transmissions and Ghost on the highway testimonials and features interviews with the music makers of our times …
Milk Music are sharing a brand new video from their Cruise Your Illusion LP with us today for the track “No, Nothing, My Shelter”. Dylan Sharp shot and directed the video and it stars Carrie Keith (both of Olympia’s Gun Outfit). It was shot entirely in the Joshua Tree, CA desert, where the band lived for a short time. They wrote the music for what will be their next album whilst living there. Milk Music have been very busy in the last year, touring as well as moving around constantly. The band now resides somewhere between the mojave desert and the olympic peninsula.
In addition to releasing this video, the band have released a statement about ceasing from playing live shows. You can read their statement and watch the video below.
“We, Milk Music, have decided to not plan anymore live performances for the foreseeable future. This is an artistic decision and should not reflect on our existence as a musical group. We’re currently exploring the wonders of video, as well as recording our next record, Mystic 100′s, a possible double album of intense beauty. A series of videos shall follow it’s release”
Sacred Bones Records is pleased to announce two new releases for 2014: The complete discography for underground anarcho-punk band Vex, as well as a compilation of rare and out out print deathrock, dark punk, & post-punk tracks from around the world. Read an interview with Sacred Bones founder Caleb Braaten and find all info about the re-issues below.
Serbian duo Sixth June – Laszlo Antal and Lidija Andonov – come with a fresh new 5 tracks 12” EP “Pleasure”. They play minimal, industrial synthesized music – digging into the colder corners of the synthetic Eighties for inspiration (Gary Numan, John Foxx, Depeche Mode).
Sixth June started their musical adventure back in 2007 and they are considered one of the purest talents in the minimal synth new scene. Rising from the obscure music scene in Belgrade, they re-based some years ago in the analog synthesizers paradise called Berlin. (more…)
Drained Of Connotation is a collection of synth improvisations recorded by Stefan Jaworzyn in 1982, recently rediscovered by the artist when trawling his cassette archive for the 2013 Skullflower KINO reissue/compilation series.
Writer, musician and misanthrope Jaworzyn was a notorious and energetic presence in the UK underground of the 1980s and ’90s. Following a brief stint in Whitehouse, in ’86 he formed Skullflower with Matthew Bower and remained the band’s guitarist for four years, playing on Birthdeath (1988), Form Destroyer (1989) and Xaman (1990), among others. In 1990 he established the Shock label, which, like the annual Shock Around The Clock film festival, grew out of Shock Xpress – the seminal, vigorously outspoken horror/exploitation zine edited by Jaworzyn for most of its lifespan. Shock Records was a resounding boot to the arse of the narrow-minded, welcoming artists as disparate as Lol Coxhill, Coil, Drunks With Guns, The Dead C and Ramleh into its fold.
Today Indiana psyche post-punks, TV Ghost, enthrall us with a brand new video for “Others Will be Born” which appeared on their third full-length LP, Disconnect, from In The Red Records earlier this year. Receiving critical acclaim from Spin, Interview, Pitchfork, Noisey, etc – Disconnect pushes TV Ghost even further down their collective tunnel into a lush torrent of sound. Spectral guitars and industrial drums infectiously stir together into a grinding, goth sludge – somehow managing to be disorienting and beautiful at the same time. They kick off their North American tour with Holograms today in D.C which rounds them through the Northeast, Chicago and down the west coast this December – view a full list of dates below.
In October, Best Coast released their EP ‘Fade Away’ to rave reviews, including being named one of Rolling Stone’s best albums of 2013. Today, the band is excited to reveal the lyric video they made with comedy video website, Funny or Die. The video is for the song “This Lonely Morning” and features bandmates Bethany and Bobb in a dueling tennis match.
Best Coast is currently in the studio working with producer Butch Walker (Taylor Swift, Pink, Weezer)
on their next record and will be playing some new material while on tour with The Pixies in February, dates are below.
When people associate composer David First with his musical resume, anyone goes straight to his late 70′s avant punk band, The Notekillers and their influential 1980 single “The Zipper”. Prior to his time in the basements of Philadelphia, he had already played in Cecil Taylor’s ensemble and after the Notekillers broke up he moved to New York City in the early 80′s, taking root in the downtown NYC avant garde scene. It was there that First honed his craft for experimental composition and ambient drone which still continues to the present day.