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The Groove Orient Announces Extensive Summer Tour Dates

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first_img​After a vigorous southeast tour, with performances at Fool’s Paradise and Orange Blossom Jamboree, rockers The Groove Orient ​will head out West to introduce their Florida grown Rock ‘n Roll sound! TGO will team up with Kaleigh Baker​ for a string of Florida shows, including a set at Purple Hatters Ball​. They will also be supporting The Heavy Pets​ and The Hip Abduction, en route to Colorado. This five member group boasts a musical versatility and originality that leaves listeners craving more! Catch The Groove Orient at Purple Hatters Ball at The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park or at one of the tour dates listed below. For more information visit the band’s website.last_img

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Grace Potter & NASA Team Up For New Music Video Collaboration

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first_imgToday, NASA‘s Johnson Space Center released a new outer space-themed video collaboration with rocker Grace Potter. The video, shot at Johnson, uses scenes of Potter performing her song “Look What We’ve Become” in addition to footage of women engineers, scientists, and astronauts at work.The performance footage acts as the thread between several story lines that highlight the power of women at NASA–past, present and future–and the important role of each in human spaceflight.Potter explained that the song and the video carry a strong message of female empowerment: “So much of this song is about when you are coming up through any part of your life and you face challenges, there are so many different ways that that can affect you and change the course of your life. I think that it creates a strength within you if you do make the choice to push onward and say, ‘I know that this might be more difficult than another path. That’s why I want to do it.’”NASA’s hopes the video will help to inspire young women everywhere to plot a course for a career in science, technology, engineering and math, and then stay on that trajectory, no matter the challenges, and become a part of something historic.last_img read more

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Ween Announces Their First Release Since 2008, “GodWeenSatan Live”

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first_imgOn September 14th, 2001, seminal alternative rock band Ween were faced with a conundrum: should they go on with the re-release party they had planned for their 1990 album GodWeenSatan: The Oneness? With all of the turmoil in the world after the horrific attacks on September 11th just three days prior, the band was simply unsure if they a concert or party was the right move. The band decided to take the stage at their local New Hope, PA bar, John & Peter’s, and play through the pain and the anger. What resulted is the stuff of legend, a powerful cover-to-cover rendition of the album in its entirety in front of a capacity crowd.“There was a sense of raw emotion the night of the show. It had been only a few days since the towers had fallen, and everyone in the world had been glued to their TVs,” explains Dean Ween in a press release. “As we walked onto the stage the crowd was in a daze, but we came to play that night and needed to deliver in a big way. It was very cathartic on both sides of the stage, for both band and audience.”He continues, “Remarkably, that night, we were able to conjure up the spirit we had when we originally wrote these songs – some dating back to 1985. I have never heard Gener sing as hard as he did that night. He was screaming, just like he did when we cut the record. I broke out my old 1958 Fender Musicmaster – the same one I had played on GWS.”The show was never released to the public, however, thanks to a 24-track tape recording, Ween fans can now hear this legendary set for the first time. The band have announced that GodWeenSatan Live will be released on November 16th. The album, which contains the full recording of that magical night in New Hope, will be released as a double LP pressed onto 180g white vinyl. This marks Ween’s first new release since 2008.Explains Deaner, “9/14/01 was a very special night for Ween, a time way before it was trendy for bands to perform an album live in its entirety. It seemed like a good idea at the time, and now we’re pretty sure it was.”You can pre-order GodWeenSatan Live at this link. See below for the album’s art.last_img read more

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Bob Dylan Finally Acknowledges That He Won A Nobel Prize

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first_imgHow does it feel? For weeks, no one knew the answer to that infamous “Like A Rolling Stone” question, as Bob Dylan did not publicly recognize the fact that he was chosen to receive the Nobel Prize In Literature back on October 13th. Though he played at Desert Trip the following weekend and even strummed a guitar onstage for the first time in years, Dylan was tight-lipped about the award. The only mention of it was on his website, briefly, before being deleted after 24 hours.It took until yesterday, October 29th, for Dylan to address that question, as he gave an exclusive interview to The Telegraph. “Isn’t that something?,” he said, before opening up a bit more. “It’s hard to believe… amazing, incredible. Whoever dreams about something like that?”Dylan was surprisingly tight-lipped about the whole thing, not even returning calls from the Nobel Committee. He coyly said, “well I’m right here” when asked about it, as if the committee just had the wrong number this whole time. He also said that he plans to head to Stockholm for the ceremony, “if at all possible.”You can check out the full interview here.last_img read more

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This Playlist of Vulfpeck & Hip-Hop Mashups Will Make Your Day

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first_imgIf you’re having trouble getting through the day, worry no more. A new compilation playlist has emerged with mashups combining hip-hop tracks with instrumentals from the stellar funk band Vulfpeck. Fronting the luscious grooves of le Vulf are the voices of Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, Chance the Rapper, Biggie, Jay-Z, and many more. Entertainment is an understatement.If you’re interested in finding out what “Beastly Freestyle”, “No First Car ‘Til Brooklyn” or “Jesus Gets Funkier” is all about, peep the playlist, dubbed VulfMatic, below. While none of the rights are owned by the user, we salute his creative efforts.<a href=”http://nickcanovas.bandcamp.com/album/vulfmatic”>VulfMatic by Nick Canovas</a>Let the Vulf be with you.VulfMatic Tracklisting1. The Real Fugue State 03:502. Beastly Freestyle 03:233. Juicier and Juiciar 02:534. Jesus Gets Funkier 03:385. Barbara of the Game 03:146. Sky Mall Angels 04:027. Good Life in L.A. 04:028. smile smile 04:219. No First Car ‘Til Brooklyn 03:5410. Dirt Off Your Outro 04:37last_img read more

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Mister F Shares “Everything You Say” Video With Supercut From February Tour

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first_imgAlbany, NY group Mister F has released a new video for their song “Everything You Say,” a selection off of 2014 album The F Stands Four. This latest video from the prog-fusion quartet is a supercut edited together from live footage of their shows – a single ‘FauxPro’ camera placed differently each night – throughout their 15 shows this past February. The live audio source is a multitrack recording from their show at Aisle 5 in Atlanta, GA on February 12th, 2017, provided by Ben Gartenstein.The full recording of that show can also be streamed below.Mister F has been challenging themselves by committing to learning a different TV show theme for every show this year, and opening their set with it in an effort to encourage people to come out early and see what potentially beloved or recognizable theme song they’ll open with next. They have so far covered favorites such as That 70’s Show, The Office, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Walking Dead, Trailer Park Boys, X-Men, and many more.You can catch the band on tour supporting Fort Wayne, IN-based progressive rock jam band Earphorik in the Midwest over the next two weeks, as well as a support slot for Kung Fu at Buffalo Iron Works on 3/22, and in the Northeast during the weeks ahead. Keep track of all their upcoming dates on their official website, and see the poster below.Mister F is comprised of Scott Hannay (keyboards/vocals), brothers Matt (drums/lead vocals on this song) and Ben (bass) Pickering, and Colin Shore (guitar/vocals).last_img read more

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GRiZ Announces Fall Tour Dates

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first_imgToday, the electronic producer and DJ GRiZ announced his upcoming fall tour. Dubbed the Good Will Continue Tour, this October will see the DJ hitting cities across the West Coast, kicking things off with a number of dates across California. GRiZ’s tour opens on October 11th at The Observatory in Orange County. The next night, he hits The Observatory in San Diego ahead of two nights at San Francisco’s The Warfield on October 13th and 14th and a show at Santa Barbara Bowl on the 15th. With the California leg of this tour completed, GRiZ will continue northward along the West Coast, with stops in Eugene, Portland, and Vancouver before setting his eyes east. The producer will then hit Sandpoint, Idaho, and Missoula, Missouri on October 21st and 22nd, respectively. GRiZ’s fall tour will continue with a number of unannounced shows leading up to and following his performance at Hulaween at Suwanee Music Park on October 29th.Soulive Brings GRiZ, Son Little, And The Shady Horns To Wednesday Bowlive [Photos]Limited fan club pre-sale tickets go on-sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. PST with the access code of GOODWILLCONTINUE. Those who miss out on tickets will be able to swoop them this Friday, June 30th, at 10 a.m. (local).last_img read more

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PREMIERE: MLIMA Shows Off Their Patented Mountain Groove On Disco-Funk Single “Sunshine”

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first_imgEmerging from Denver, Colorado, rising funk-jam-rock ensemble MLIMA (pronounced-Mmm-Lee-Ma) has established itself at the forefront of the ever-emerging music scene of the Rocky Mountains. “MLIMA” is the Swahili word for Mountain, and the music has been referred to as “Mountain Groove.” Since their conception in 2012, the 6-piece has built a local fan-base through a relentless live schedule including headlining Denver’s Bluebird Theatre and Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium. MLIMA played the main stage at Arise Music Festival 2016, and the group has opened for well-known live acts like Shpongle and The Disco Biscuits at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater, as well as Praang (members of SCI), Nigel Hall (Lettuce), and more.This coming September, MLIMA will release a new EP, comprised of  7 tracks worth of original music written, recorded, and produced by the band. The album features the core band roster (comprised of vocalist Jessica Jones, saxophonist and vocalist Zach Simms, guitarist Jeph Kennedy, bassist Ryan Thrush, percussionist Jack Breitenbach, and drummer Lance Croucher) as well as Ben Rafferty on keyboards. The new MLIMA EP has been over a year in the making, featuring a unique style and sound that incorporates roots in funk, rock, jazz, soul, Afro-beat, jam, and popular culture, and compels even the most stubborn of wallflowers to head to the dance floor and bust a move. Today, Live For Live Music is excited to debut the horn-driven disco-funk grooves of MLIMA’s new single from their forthcoming EP, “Sunshine.” Comments Simms of the track, “Let it grow. Like sunshine on the radio. A song about new love and new life. Remember that even with the fear and crippling self doubt, together we can make something beautiful. Let it grow.” Check it out below:MLIMA’s upcoming EP, due out September 29th as a self-release. This is the band’s first proper release. For more information on MLIMA, head to their website.MLIMA Tour:Aug. 11 – Boulder, CO – Be On Key ^Aug. 17 – Denver, CO – Your Mom’s HouseAug. 19 – Denver, CO – South by Southeast FestivalSep. 7 – Boulder, CO – Lazy DogSep. 10 – Guffey, CO – Black Mountain FestSep. 15 – Idaho Springs, CO – Tommyknocker BrewerySep. 21 – Denver, CO – Ophelia’s *Nov. 3 – Longmont, CO – Crossroads^ w/ Melvin Seals and JGB* notes Record Release Show[Photo Credit: Alan Westman]last_img read more

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Big Mean Sound Machine Is Using Their Fall Tour To Build Support For The NY Health Act

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first_imgExperimental afrobeat/funk act Big Mean Sound Machine is heading out on tour next week, and for a major purpose at that. The Ithaca, New York-based group has announced they will be partnering up with the Campaign for NY Health with a goal of building support to finally pass the NY Health Act—a bill that is currently one co-sponsor shy of passing a law that would guarantee Medicare to all New York State residents.Big Mean Sound Machine made the announcement via their Facebook page. Check out the full statement below:Very excited to announce that we are teaming up with Bella’s Bartok and the Campaign for New York Health to help build support for the New York Health Act, a bill in the state legislature which would guarantee health care to all New York state residents regardless of age, wealth, place of employment, or immigration status for our Fall Tour!Since its inception, one of the core values of Big Mean Sound Machine has been to bring people and communities together in celebration and healing through music and dance. In these wild times, we feel it is important for musicians and artists to stand up for our creative communities. After reading this bill and reflecting on the state of healthcare in this country, especially compared to that of other first world nations, we feel it imperative that people be made aware of how healthcare reform could truly benefit everybody; and what better place to start than in the beautiful state of New York which we proudly call home. The New York Health Act has passed the state assembly the past three years in a row and is one state senate co-sponsor short of majority support. We are actually very close to making universal health care a reality in New York and we hope that the feelings of community, compassion, solidarity and freedom generated at our live shows can spill over to help raise awareness of what a equitable and more affordable health care system that benefits all of us could look like.NY HEALTH ACT INFO >>> nyhcampaign.orgFor tickets and more information one BMSM’s Fall tour, check out the band’s website.Big Mean Sound Machine Fall Tour Dates9.15 | Oneonta, NY | B Side Ballroom & Supper Club9.16 | Rochester, NY | Rochester Fringe Festival10.6 | Northampton, MA | Pearl Street Nightclub Ballroom*10.7 | Fairfield, CT | StageOne10.20 | Ithaca, NY | The Haunt10.21 | Pittsburgh, PA | The Rex Theater10.27 | Saranac Lake, NY | Waterhole10.28 | Rochester, NY | Funk ‘n Waffles Music Hall11.3 | Apalachin, NY | Ransom Steele Tavern*11.4 | Kingston, NY | BSP Kingston11.17 | Buffalo, NY | Buffalo Iron Works*11.18 | Syracuse, NY | Funk ‘n Waffles Downtown*12.1 | Raleigh, NC | The Pour House Music Hall12.2 | Asheville, NC | Asheville Music Hall12.9 | Albany, NY | The Hollow Bar + Kitchen12.15 | Brooklyn, NY | Brooklyn Bazaar12.16 | Boston, MA | Middle East Restaurant and Nightclub**with Bella’s Bartoklast_img read more

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Phish Delivers Tease-Filled “Scents & Subtle Sounds” In Nashville Finale [Photos/Video]

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first_imgLoad remaining images You can watch the full show below courtesy of LivePhish and check out a gallery of photos from the show via photographer Christian Stewart:[Video: Phish]Setlist: Phish | Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, TN | 10/24/2018SET 1: Soul Planet, Also Sprach Zarathustra > 555, Farmhouse, Halfway to the Moon, Waste, My Friend, My Friend, Maze, Bathtub GinSET 2: Down with Disease[1] > Crosseyed and Painless > Scents and Subtle Sounds[2] > No Men In No Man’s Land, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Harry HoodENCORE: Run Like an Antelope[1] Unfinished.[2] No intro.Phish | Ascend Amphitheater | Nashville, TN | 10/24/18 | Photos: Christian Stewart Phish returned to the Ascend Amphitheater last night for their second and final night at the relatively-tiny 6,800 person venue. While last night’s show was clearly the runner-up in Nashville compared to the fireworks of night one, Phish certainly delivered the goods, as they yet-again turned in a strong showing that saw a second set filled with classics, and a unique version of “Scents & Subtle Sounds” that featured several teases.Phish started things off with the controversial “Soul Planet”. Certainly not everyone’s favorite new song, the band offered up an impressive version of it nonetheless. As the band finished the song’s main form, drummer Jon Fishman dropped the beat into half-time, and the band locked into a thick groove. Guitarist Trey Anastasio started off with some choppy playing as the rest of the band coalesced around him, eventually taking the lead as the jam moved into psychedelic territory. The early improv seemed to be building nicely, with Anastasio adding the song’s “screaming through space” refrain to push the jam back into the song for a tight conclusion.Out of “Soul Planet” emerged a rare early-show version of “2001”. Anastasio added some more “screaming through space” lines throughout the song for a well-played, funky, tight version. Eventually, “2001” made way for a strong version of Mike Gordon-sung tune “555”, which preceded quick trips through “Farmhouse” and “Halfway To The Moon”, before the band dropped a heartfelt, first-set “Waste” on the Nashville crowd.Phish picked things back up with a raucous back-to-back pairing of “My Friend, My Friend” and “Maze”, before taking the Ascend Amphitheater into space with “Bathtub Gin”. The song’s jam was somewhat restrained at first, with the band gravitating around each other until they launched into a powerful piece of improvisation, with keyboardist Page McConnell and Gordon particularly in tune with each other, allowing Anastasio to solo beautifully over them. The jam moved into dark territory, with Anastasio adding more pedals to his mix while McConnell reached for the upper register of his keyboard. Finally, Anastasio’s guitar pierced through, and he added several ascending blues licks, bringing the band to several peaks before they landed back on “Bathtub Gin” to bring the first set to a close.For set two, Phish dusted off “Down With Disease” for the first time on their Fall Tour. The song’s euphoric refrain blasted the Ascend Amphitheater into another universe. Lighting Designer Chris Kuroda took the opportunity to move his lighting rig up and down wildly above the band while McConnell and Gordon linked up rhythmically, with Fishman pushing the beat aggressively. After a few minutes of type I jamming, the band moved into an ambient space, with Anastasio once again turning to his echo effect as McConnell leaned into his synthesizers. Before long, the band orchestrated a slick transition into The Talking Heads‘ favorite, “Crosseyed and Painless”. The song’s jam took a few minutes to take off, with Anastasio spending a good chunk of time messing with his pedals. Eventually, Fishman cut the beat in half, and the band locked in for only a few short moments before Anastasio took the band in a different direction, cueing a sloppy-but-energetic transition into “Scents And Subtle Sounds”.The Undermind classic was somewhat rough, with Anastasio continuing to miss key moments while the whole band struggled with the song’s complicated vocal harmonies. The band made up for their errors with a funky jam that saw Fishman cut out while allowing the rest of the band to coalesce around him. Finally, Fishman came back in with a heavy hand on his ride cymbal, and the band locked into a thick rhythm. Anastasio added a surprising vocal quote of “Run Through The Jungle” by Creedence Clearwater Revival, as well as a “still waiting” quote from “Crosseyed and Painless” and a “Party Time” refrain, cementing this as a more memorable version of “S&SS” even with the early-song flubs.As “S&SS” fizzled out, Anastasio started up “No Men In No Man’s Land”, the only song to be played at each venue this tour (so far). While the song might be overplayed in 2018, the jams to come out of “No Men In No Man’s Land” have consistently been sublime, and tonight’s version was no different. Anastasio and McConnell were the stars of the show, with soaring guitar and piano parts leading the way during this short-but-sweet jam. “Boogie On Reggae Woman” added some much-needed funk to the evening, and Gordon’s syncopated bass playing was front and center before but the song was quickly aborted in favor of “Harry Hood”. The classic song’s jam is always a crowd-pleaser, and this version saw the band in fine form, with patient playing leading towards the song’s typical euphoric climax.“Run Like an Antelope” was trotted out for the encore, and, minus a few notable flubs during the song’s intro from Anastasio, “Antelope” provided a solid end to a solid show, especially toward the song’s peak when Anastasio slipped in Some “Still Waiting” quotes from “Crosseyed and Painless”.While night two in Nashville didn’t live up to the highs of the epic first night at the Ascend Amphitheater, Phish left the crowd satisfied, begging for more, and wondering how long the drive is from Nashville to Rosemont, IL, where Phish will stop this weekend for a three-night run. Of course, all roads lead to Las Vegas, as the band is gaining momentum for this year’s highly anticipated four-night Halloween run at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV.P.S. Page, we loved your tuxedo shirt!last_img read more

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