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Book’s Music podcast #349 by Booksmusic on Mixcloud
It’s the radio show that radio forgot… which is why it’s online. It’s called Book’s Music, and this is the 349th edition, a show featuring a wide range of music and me talking about a bunch of it. Diversity is always an essential key here. so come in in.
The Queen Annes represent the kind of rock’n'roll I was introduced to as a new resident of the Pacific Northwest 30 years ago this year. Moving to the mainland was an opportunity to hear and know more about my surroundings and while Seattle would end up being 200 miles away for me, I regarded it as the distant local music scene. They were a band who one could read about in The Rocket back then, and 30+ years later we’re able to hear what they left behind with a great compilation called Something Quick: 1980-1985 (Green Monkey). The title itself may refer to the song of the same name, which opens this compilation, but seeing as this collection is also being promoted as a reflection of what was the pre-grunge scene and sound of Seattle, it is a timepiece but one that deserves to be examined and heard again. The music is incredibly tight for a group who called Bellevue, Washington their home, and some of this sounds like a band who immersed themselves in hours of listening to Tho Who, very loud and raunchy when they want to be. What I also hear in songs like “It’s Cool With Me”, “If You Could Only See Me Now”, and “Lucille” is the kind of songwriting and craftsmanship in the music that came from Arthur Lee and Love, where things are playful but were sculpted in a way for listeners to listen, think, then listen many times over.
Those who only know Seattle for grunge may be pleasantly surprised by the beauty and power of these songs, and perhaps Seattleites will be surprised too, for The Queen Annes were always on “the other side” of music back when almost everything that came from the city was considered “the other side”. At least with time and perspective, we’re now able to hear how moving these songs were and are, and be dumbfounded at how they didn’t get a chance to break through nationally or internationally, like so many bands from the early 80′s did in the dawn of MTV. Maybe back then, this was considered too collegiate, too unpolished, too “add whatever word that fits” but now it’s what we miss, what we long for, but what we’re able to put on repeat through the Something Quick comp. Perhaps people will look to them as an inspiration.
(Something Quick: 1980-1985 will be released on March 18th. You may pre-order the MP3′s or CD from Amazon below.
If you can’t wait, Bandcamp has the MP3′s and FLAC lossless files available now, which you may also order below.)
Got a lot of zucchini at home and unsure of how to make it a little better than your norm? It takes only five minutes to make a zucchini pesto that may be better than the basil pesto you normally have. Try it out. This comes courtesy of Buona Pappa.
As you listen and watch the DJ Dahi-produced “Babylon” by SZA, you’ll also want to know she will be in Austin, Texas this week for SXSW.
March 14… Austin, TX (Hype Hotel)
March 14… Austin, TX (Filter/Tumblr party)
March 15… Austin, TX (Okayplayer Official SXSW Showcase)
March 15… Austin, TX (The Fader Fort)
The song will be released on her forthcoming Z, due out on the 8th of April via Top Dawg Entertainment.
Photo by The Seven Fields Of Aphelion
In his own unique way, Tobacco can name his songs anything he wants. Take for instance this song from his forthcoming album due on May 13th called Ultima II Massage (Ghostly). He’s called this “Eruption (Gonna Get My Hair Cut At The End Of The Summer)”, and oddly enough the Soundcloud page this is featured on calls this NSFW. I was not aware that merely listening to something that may be deemed offensive is going to be heard by anyone else but you, as if you’re blasting this in your cubicle. In case you are in a public facility, you may want to plug in your headphones. Maybe the music itself is meant to be offensive, so to be safe, plug in like you were Eddie Harris.
You may also want to plug yourself in at Tobacco’s following gigs:
April 12… Morgantown, WV 123 Pleasant Street) *
April 28… Cleveland, OH Grog Shop)
April 29… Louisville, KY Zanzabar)
April 30… Nashville, TN Mercy Lounge)
May 2… 05/04 Austin, TX Austin Psych Fest)
May 6… Baton Rouge, LA Spanish Moon)
May 7… Birmingham, AL Bottletree)
May 8… Atlanta, GA The Earl)
May 9… Durham, NC Motorco Music Hall)
May 10… Washington DC U Street Music Hall)
* = w/ The Hood Internet
Considering the music he has released in the last year, it may be hard to believe that New York-based singer/songwriter David Bronson will be working on a set of songs that will be an album of all new material, the first in ten years. Godfrey Diamond will be involved in the recording sessions again to produce, and will also feature guest musicianship fro guitarist Carlos Alomar and singer Robin Clark. The album has not been titled as of yet but the moment one is chosen and is made official, I’ll let you know.
What I am able to tell you is that Bronson is currently on tour, going through the mid-west and East Coast. He’s half way through so check him out in the following cities and venues:
March 11… Burlington, VT (Radio Bean, 830pm)
March 12… Worcester, MA (Electric Haze, 9pm)
March 13… Manchester, NH (Cafe Le Reine, 7pm)
March 14… New Paltz, NY (Cafeteria, 8pm)
March 24… New York, NY (Rockwood Music Hall, 7pm)
If you are a fan of the Mike Dillon Band and/or Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, you will now have a chance to see them together when they tour the western half of the United States. Check them out if you can, they’re even playing a number of small market cities:
March 19… Boulder, CO (Shine)
March 20… Fort Collins, CO (Hodi’s Half Note)
March 21… Denver, CO (Other Side)
March 25-26… Moscow, ID (John’s Alley)
March 28… Missoula, MT (Top Hat)
March 29… Richland, WA (Emerald)
March 30… ZigZag, OR (Skyway)
April 1… Seattle, WA (Tractor Tavern)
April 2… Olympia, WA (Urban Onion)
April 3… Portland, OR (Goodfoot Lounge)
April 5… San Francisco, CA (Boom Boom Room)
April 7… Long Beach, CA (Lava Lounge)
April 8… San Diego, CA (Winston’s)
April 10… Santa Fe, NM (Warehouse 21)
April 11… Norman, OK (The Deli)
Mike Dillon will be releasing a new album on April 1st called Band Of Outsiders while JFJO will be celebrating 20 years as a band this year with an album made for Record Store Day (April 19th) this year called Millions: Live In Denver. Both releases come courtesy of The Royal Potato Family.
When the guys in Direct Effect posted a photo last month of what the vinyl pressing of their forthcoming album would look like, I said “oooh” which was quickly followed by an “aaaah!”. While I didn’t say that out loud, it is what I thought about as I was staring that the cool colors chosen for what is their debut album, Sunburn. Tiny Engines are responsible for this and it will be released this Tuesday (March 11th). The record, which actually was pressed in four different color variations (see photo below) can be ordered either directly from the record label or for the album’s Bandcamp page. You may preview the album in full over at Brooklyn Vegan, who have the exclusive on the full album stream.
The band wrapped up a small set of East Coast shows tonight, and will no doubt head out on the road in support of Sunburn very soon.
Is all rage “American made”? For a lot of people around the world, the United States may be the country of hatred and horrow and Anti-Mortem touches on why that exists with the awesome “100$ Pure AMerican Rage”, which is slightly different from the “100% pure adrenalin” proclaimation made by Patrick Swayze in Point Break, but it’s pure something, that something that can be felt in every note and lyric in this song. The song will be released on Anti-Mortem’s debut album New Southern (Nuclear Blast), due out on April 15th in Europe, April 28th in the UK, April 29th in North America.
Suicide Silence shot this live performance as part of the Mitch Lucker Memorial Show in December 12th. Lucker was the vocalist for Suicide Silence when he died from a motorcycle crash a few weeks before Thanksgiving 2012. The show was put together as a means to raise funds for Lucker’s daughter’s education, featuring guests vocalist for each song in the set. For “You Only Live Once”, they brought in Randy Blythe of Lamb Of God and as you’ll see and hear, it’s one incredible performance.
The studio version can be found on their album The Black Crown.