3 posts categorized "these new puritans"


Beastly Bits #61

No time to be witty...


...so let's just get bitty. (I am a dork)


Bombay Bicycle Club, These New Puritans, Fenech-Soler, Midnight Juggernauts, Toro y Moi and The Invisible have been added to the Lovebox Festival line-up. link


Watch Dan Black perform Symphonies for Fuel TV. link


Want to listen to The Asteroids Galaxy Tour's new song, Zombies? Pledge it up and give it a go. link


NYC production team, (Pretty) Girls and Lasers tossed us their new Ghostland Observatory mix. Grab it for free below.


If you're not already crushing on Ariel Pink, then get acclimated and get to swooning. link


mp3: Ghostland Observatory - Sad Sad City ((Pretty) Girls & Lasers Remix)




Domino Artists Weigh In On BBC 6 Music Future

With talks continuing to focus on the impending demise of the BBC's 6 Music and Asian Network, more artists, labels and fans of the channels are voicing strong opinions. The latest collective to jump in on support of saving the network is one of our favorite labels, Domino Records.



Read on below for statements from a handful of Domino artists.


 Noah Lennox (Animal Collective/Panda Bear) 
“When I was a lot younger radio used to be the place I’d go to find new music and I feel like I would find it everywhere on the dial. Since then it seems like less and less stations are willing to or have the means to play new music. I miss unpredictable radio. Please support these guys…”

Alison Mosshart (The Kills/The Dead Weather) 
“Please don't leave us musicians and music lovers with such a void. We need BBC6. It is the only radio station we all listen too, and seemingly, the only station that plays anything worth listening too. It would be culturally damaging to lose this station. I highly doubt I would ever listen to radio in England again, if it were gone. And that goes for a great many friends and colleagues of mine. BBC6 has been very supportive to the bands that I have been in and supportive of my friends and label mates. We are all greatly appreciative of the fine work they do, and the open minds that they have. It baffles me why art and culture must always suffer and get the boot before sport or the generic music which EVERYONE plays already, anyway. We can get these trashy things anywhere. But we're relying on BBC6 to encourage and inspire. To shut it down would be a real shame and a real mistake. Think of ! it as the Tate Modern of radio. We want it; we need it... because it's unique and culturally significant. Please save BBC 6 Music.”

Hayden Thorpe (Wild Beasts) 
“The closure of BBC6 music would be a huge blow to British arts in general. I don't know any other established vehicle, which allows for inventive and contemporary music to reach such a wide audience. I'm in no doubt the unrelenting support we have had from BBC6 has massively helped our career. This sends out a damning message to creative young people.”

Jack Barnett (These New Puritans) 
“BBC6 was and is incredibly important to bands like us. In the world of 'independent music', where it can be difficult to survive by your ideas, it really is a unique and completely positive force. Its closure would be a massive blow to the possibilities of creative people doing creative things in this country.”

Dev Hynes (Lightspeed Champion
“The end of 6Music is such a disgrace and catastrophe, I learnt so much from it, and imagine that if I was younger I would have learnt more. A lot of people are going to remember this. This is so upsetting for music fans across the country.”

Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) 
"Please don't close down 6 music and Asian network. It's important to have stations on the radio that don't just play mainstream music."


mp3: These New Puritans - We Want War

mp3: The Kills - Crazy (Patsy Cline Cover)


Beastly Bits #8

Hey hey, it's a holiday! That doesn't stop us from hungering for new music and info bits.


Happy Martin Luther King Jr Day y'all. I dream of a world when all all musicians, bloggers, and hell, humans in general, can live together in perfect harmony. Word.


These New Puritans' recent release, Hidden, is Rough Trade's album of the month. For a limited time only, snag the exclusive edition with a bonus 4-track EP. Ordering info can be checked out here. Lady Gaga enters the Haiti relief effort by announcing that all proceeds from the January 24 Monster Ball show in NYC (both tickets and merchandise sold at the venue) from that date will be donated to Haiti, along with all proceeds from ANY merchandise purchased on site that day. In the meantime, there’s a special Lady Gaga Haitian Relief T-Shirt, now available at her webstore here. Earlier this month, I featured Simon Iddol's killer mash of Amanda Blank, Lindstrom + Christobelle, and Aeroplane. Now, there's an equally well-crafted video to supplement the track. View it here. Nina Sky, MadeMe and Nasty Ones' monthly party, Our House, takes place this Tuesday January 19 at The Eldridge. Info and RSVP address is here. If you didn't watch the Golden Globes last night, you can view a full list of winners here. Buddy boy and supremo-DJ, Redlight, hit us up with 3 new mash/mixes in anticipation of his original EP that will be released in early February. You can grab all of these slick slices, for free, below. If you not yet entered to win a limited edition Topman CTRL shirt, as designed by Filthy Dukes, direct your browser here, and good luck!


mp3: Redlight - Ghosts On Fire

mp3: Redlight - Rock Party Scissors

mp3: Redlight - The Way All Systems Are

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