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Book’s Music podcast #354: Hilarious Country Music (and one bad song) by Booksmusic on Mixcloud
Country music can very much be a hoot, and this edition of the Book’s Music podcast celebrates the hoots and the hollering that happens on the funny side. It explores the hilarious stories that country music has provided in its recorded history, and I even manage to slip in a somewhat questionable song but for the most part, this show is about having fun. Have a guffaw, y’all.
MSG does not stand for Michael Schenker Group, at least not in this case. This MSG stands for MIDNIGHTSUMMERGREEN, and their “Delta Blues” is an open air song that will make you feel about the sunshine (that is, those of you who are not dealing with a late winter) so you can head out to shows. Maybe you’ll get a chance to see MSG in a live context.
If you’re wondering how come Pharrell Williams doesn’t rap more like he used to, then you know he has to take it into the hands of Diplo and Major Lazer to get things in you maofakin face. “Aerosol Can” could be considered a lyric video, but it’s a bit more than that if you allow it. I’m sure more lyric videos will be done like this, but it began here. Thank you Wes, thank you Pharrell.
A nice edit of a gem from almost 40 years ago, DJ Disco Cat takes on Wings’ “Listen To What The Man Said” and while he doesn’t play around with the quadraphonic mix, what he does with this is quite nice, extending a lot of elements. A welcome addition is starting the track the way it normally ends. Thumbs up.
(photo by Jake Michaels)
For her third album as La Sera, Katy Goodman is changing the mood a bit from solemn and melancholy to the closest thing to happiness for her. This will be revealed on May 13th when Hour Of The Dawn (Hardly Art) will be released. You can have your first taste of happiness with the song “Running Wild”, which you are able to download for free while supplies last.
More happiness? She’ll be starting up on a tour a few days before the release of Hour Of The Dawn, including a venture into Europe, so catch her if she is performing near you
May 8… Los Angeles, CA (The Echo) (Record Release Show)
May 10… New York, NY (Baby’s All Right) (Record Release Show)
May 14… Hamburg, DE (Astra Stube)
May 15… Copenhagen, DK (Huset-KBH) !
May 16… Oslo, NO (Vanguard) !
May 17… Gothenberg, SE (Pustervik) !
May 19… Berlin, DE (Monarch)
May 20… Schorndorf, DE (Manufaktur)
May 21… Belgium, BE (Kultuurkafee) !
May 23… London, UK (Hoxton Bar and Grill) !
May 24… Leeds, UK (Wardrobe) !
May 25… Brighton, UK (Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar) !
May 26… Paris, FR (Point Ephemere) !
May 27… Bordeaux, FR (I.Boat) !
May 30-31… Barcelona, ES (Primavera Sound)
! – w/ Springtime Carnivore
“The Europeans rewrote the Bible and they use it as a fact” is what KRS-One said 24 years ago, and Alpha Leo revives that vibe in his new song, “Jesus Was Black”, getting spiritual with hints of reality.
X’ed Out (my review of which can be read by clicking here) is still being pushed to the world, and there’s a reason for it: Tera Melos made a damn good album and they want to make sure everyone knows this. If you didn’t know, you can find out what you’ve been missing with the clip for “Slimed”, bring a towel while you’re at it.
The band will be spending the rest of spring on the road, head out if you can, for they’ll be mixing it up with Dillinger Escape Plan, Vattnet Viskar, and LITE.
April 27… Scottsdale, AZ (Pub Rock Live) *
April 28… Albuquerque, NM (Launchpad) *
April 29… – Denver, CO (Marquis Theater) *
May 1… Dallas, TX (Trees) *
May 2… Houston, TX (Fitzgerald’s) *
May 3… Austin, TX (The Mohawk) *
May 4… Oklahoma City, OK (Conservatory) *
May 5… Little Rock, AR (Juanita’s Cafe And Bar) *
May 6… New Orleans, LA (One Eyed Jacks) *
May 7… Atlanta, GA (The Masquerade) *
May 9… Amityville, NY (Revolution Bar & Music) *
May 10… Hartford, CT (Webster Theatre) *
May 11… Pittsburgh, PA (The Mr. Roboto Project)
May 12… Grand Rapids, MI (Pyramid Scheme)
May 13… Minneapolis, MN (7th Street Entry)
May 17… Seattle, WA (The Crocodile)
May 23… Sacramento, CA (Witch Room)
May 24… Fresno, CA (Golden Parking Lot)
June 13… Osaka, Japan (Shangri-La) ^
June 14… Nagoya, Japan (Tokuzo) ^
June 20… Tokyo, Japan (Liquidroom) ^
* w/ Dillinger Escape Plan, Vattnet Viskar
^ w/ LITE
Amani is a vocalist who combines her talents and influences into a nice and crisp modern sound. “Up, Down” is the title track to her forthcoming EP due out a month from now on RMP so check out the video to see and hear if it moves you, then consider downloading the song below. I’m curious to see where she takes her music next.
Talen Ted has removed the voice and has created the instrumental voice, at least in this new project called Iconic Figures, fourteen new cuts at 48 minutes displaying his production style and techniques, in the hopes you’ll be moved to listen and perhaps work with him for your future projects. Stream and listen above.
The “Eat Your Kimchi” channel on YouTube is a new discovery that I’ve been having fun exploring, and this video talks about not how to eat ramen right (as if there’s really a wrong way to eat food) but “How To Eat Ramen Like A Pro”, or at least to let people know that you know what you’re eating is one of the greatest pleasures in the world. See if you agree.
Suuki Muntana says “don’t play with these fuckers” but he could easily be passing a message from him to you. If the beat is familiar, it’s taken from Mobb Deep’s “Black Cocaine” but Muntana cut a bit for himself on his own mirror and now you can have a glimpse of the reflection. The song is a part of his Joint Relief street album, which you can listen to in full below.