Death Grips released a new song yesterday. If this is the first you’ve heard it, you’re welcome!
Continue reading “Happy Death Grips Friday”
Bonnaroo 2014 was my sixth Bonnaroo experience, and one of, if not the best one yet. Everything about Bonnaroo encompasses exactly what a music festival should be. From music, to food, to art, to the camping, and especially the length of set times, this is truly America’s greatest music fest. Traditionally in the past I do a general Bonnaroo Pre-cap, followed by a recap after the festival. Due to laziness, this year I failed to do the former so will attempt to combine it with the latter. Long story short, here is my recap to my favorite weekend of the year.
Continue reading “Bonnaroo 2014: The Recap”
Yesterday, the Death Grip sneakily dropped half of their new double album, The Powers That B. The first half entitled ni**as on the moon prominently features Bjork and can be downloaded: HERE or HERE
You can also stream the album via Soundcloud as well:
Disc 2 of The Powers That B will be titled jenny death, and is set for release later in 2014. Get ready to rage!
If there is one thing that we really beat into the ground here at LxL, it is our unabashed love for Jack White and all that he does. That being said, here I am to praise another bit of Jack’s art. J. W. the III’s new album Lazaretto is due out next Tuesday (6/10), but the title track “Lazaretto” has been out for a few weeks. But today he gifted us with a video for the title track, just so he stays on our minds for the next week. Lucky for his fans, the video is just as fun and hard-hitting as the song.
Continue reading “Jack White Releases Video for “Lazaretto””
The lineup for 2014 Loufest was recently announced, and now that I live about a 20-30 minute walk from the festival grounds in Forest Park, I figure I have no reason not to attend. Let’s take a look at the lineup and see how this year’s version of the festival is shaping up. First I’ll take a look at the top-billed artists and then make a few notes on some of those further down the list.
Continue reading “Loufest 2014 Lineup Reaction”
Two of my most anticipated albums of the year were both released for streaming this week on various sources of the inter-webs. First being The Black Keys’ follow up to the 2011 El Camino, the very psychedelic looking Turn Blue.
Continue reading “Album Previews: Black Keys and Sylvan Esso”