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Watch LCD Soundsystem Cover Spacemen 3 & Joy Division At Their First Show In Three Years

A little while ago, LCD Soundsystem announced plans to play a 20-show residency at Brooklyn Steel — not a small venue by most standards, but a small one by theirs. The first of those Brooklyn Steel shows went down last night, shortly after keyboardist Gavilán Rayna Russom announced that she was leaving the band amicably. The band didn’t play any new songs last night, but they did bust out a few tracks they haven’t played in a while and a couple of covers, including one that they’ve never done be...
Tags: Music, News, Joy Division, Lcd Soundsystem, Spacemen 3, Brooklyn Steel, Gavilán Rayna Russom


Caroline Says – “So Hot (Wash Away All Of My Tears)” (Spacemen 3 Cover)

Bandcamp is once again waiving their share of revenue from purchases today in an effort to help musicians. Once again, many musicians are releasing covers and odds and ends to take advantage of the opportunity. And given recent events, many of them are also donating the proceeds from today's sales to anti-racist causes. More »
Tags: Music, Caroline Says, Spacemen 3


No Joy releasing collaborative EP w/ Sonic Boom, share lead track "Obsession"

"Obsession" melds No Joy's ethereal harmonies with Sonic Boom's trancelike style. Their collaborative EP is out March 30. [Author: Bill Pearis]
Tags: Music, Music News, Tour Dates, Sonic Boom, Bill Pearis, Spacemen 3, No Joy


No Joy / Sonic Boom – “Obsession” (Video)

Since 2010, Jasamine White-Gluz has been making haunting and gorgeous music as the principal songwriter for No Joy, the great and underrated Montreal band that's crafted their own blend of dreampop, shoegaze, and noise-rock. After completing and touring behind the group's latest album -- 2015's More Faithful -- White-Gluz felt the need to change it … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Montreal, Premiere, Sonic Boom, Spacemen 3, No Joy, Jasamine White Gluz, Gluz, Nuno Jardim


31 Essential Shoegaze Tracks

"Shoegaze" was not initially meant as a compliment. Like "impressionists" (used dismissively by an art critic in 1874), "Krautrock," or more recently "deplorable(s)," the phrase began life as a fairly derogatory signifier for an emerging cultural movement. According to legend (and The Quietus), a reviewer used the term in describing an early performance … More »
Tags: Music, Medicine, List, Primal Scream, Moose, Yo La Tengo, Curve, Ride, Nothing, A Place To Bury Strangers, My Bloody Valentine, M83, Lush, Cocteau Twins, Mercury Rev, Slowdive


Spacemen 3 Bassist Hopes Record Store Day Controversy Gets Band To Reconcile

For some time now, former Spacemen 3 bassist Pete Bain (aka. Pete Bassman) has accused the band's former manager, Gerald Palmer, of ripping them off. Palmer runs Space Age Recordings, a label that sells Spacemen 3 recordings and merchandise and recently reissued three rare Spacemen 3 releases for UK Record Store Day this year. More »
Tags: Music, UK, News, Palmer, Record Store Day, Spacemen 3, Gerald Palmer, Pete Bain, Pete Bassman


Spiritualized & Sonic Boom Tell Fans Not To Buy Spacemen 3 Record Store Day Releases

Space Age Records will issue a limited run of Spacemen 3 LPs for Record Store Day 2017, including All The Fucked Children Of This World Give You Spacemen 3, Playing With Fire, and Recurring. The English alt-rock band formed in 1982, and some of its members (most notably Jason Pierce aka J Spaceman) … More »
Tags: Music, News, Record Store Day, Jason Pierce, Spiritualized, Spacemen 3, Space Age Records


Watch Kurt Vile Cover Spacemen 3 With Purling Hiss’ Mike Polizze

Kurt Vile is about to head out on tour with old friend and fellow Philadelphian Mike Polizze, who makes music under the name Purling Hiss. On Friday night, Polizze played a show at Philadelphia's Kung Fu Necktie in support of his recent Something EP, and he was joined onstage by Kurt Vile for a … More »
Tags: Video, Kurt Vile, Philadelphia, Purling Hiss, Mike Polizze, Spacemen 3, Polizze, Kung Fu Necktie