*[pitchfork.com] Here's Radiohead's performing Live From the Basement single "Daily Mail", at this year's Bonnaroo Festival in Tennessee. Directed by Matt Ornstein, it's a time-lapsed clip of a bunch of festival footage soundtracked by the audio from Radiohead's live performance of the song-- watch it below.
*[consequenceofsound.net] Austin garage-rockers White Denim have released two songs recorded during the sessions for their 2011 EP Takes Place In Your Work Space. “Darlene” is a take on ’70s honky-tonk, transforming the genre’s usually-sullen soundscape into something quaint and adorable with an uptempo guitar and howling harmonies. Less joyous, “Gas On F” continues the honky-tonk flirtation, adding in the wail of a arena-rock solo and more deliberate electric keys for a tune in the true spirit of the genre’s depressing worldview. Stream and/or download them both below (via Gorilla vs. Bear).
DOWNLOAD: White Denim – “Darlene”
DOWNLOAD: White Denim – “Gas On F”
*[consequenceofsound.net] Yesterday we posted a clip of Neil Young and Crazy Horse performing a nostalgic new cut called “Twisted Road”. Now, videos of two more new songs have surfaced. Below, watch fan footage of Neil’s hometown anthem “Born In Ontario” and a 20-minute jam out called ”Walk Like A Giant” as performed over the weekend at Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Morrison, CO.
The songs will presumably appear on NYCH’s second album of 2012, due out later this year. Their first, Americana, is out now via Reprise.
*[theprp.com] With Made Out Of Babies thought to now be defunct, various members of the band have moved on to form Bad Powers. The group finds all members of Made Out Of Babies sans frontwoman Julie Christmas in their ranks.
Megan Tweed is instead handling the vocal duties with a new song from the outfit titled “New Bruises” available for streaming over at Spin.com. The groups self-titled debut album is slated for a September 18th release on The End Records.
*[theprp.com] Professionally-filmed footage of the Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Group performing in Tokyo, Japan this past May is available for viewing below: