On this track ISIS of Thunderheist teams up with Grand Phee from We Stole The Show to remix her new single “Avenue”. The remix will appear on We Stole The Shows’ upcoming mixtape with DJ Mick Boogie. On a recent interview with Aux.tv ISIS says “‘Avenue’ was my first attempt at producing music. With Thunderheist, I only wrote the lyrics and then Grahm would essentially build the music around my lyrics. So this time around I’m writing the music and writing the lyrics and working with different producers to actually put it all together.” Just like the original I believe the remix to Avenue shows the versatility of ISIS.
AC Superfly have announced the partial line-up for Bonnaroo 2010, and as a blizzard approaches NYC, I’m going through my camping gear. I’ll be posting amazing new Bonnaroo highlights over the next coming weeks, and here are some classic moments at the Roo from Phoenix, The Flaming Lips, Led Zep’s John Paul Jones + Ben Harper + ?uestlove, The Mars Volta, David Byrne, !!!, The Disco Biscuits and Lily Allen.
Highly politicized found sound auteur Matthew Herbert is at it again, this time, recording the life of a pig from birth to death to the meal that follows. I had dinner with Herbert once many years ago. He’s definately what one might call an over-thinker.
To document the project, he has started Herbert Pig blog, where heissued the following dogmatic statement:
“in 2010 i will release a record entitled ‘the pig’ [current title One Pig]
it will be made up entirely of sounds made during the life cycle of a pig. i will be there at its birth during its life present at its death and during the butchery process. …
The announcement that Jay-Z will be filling in for the Beastie Boys at All Points West following annoucement of MCA’s health concerns marks the first time the world’s biggest rapper will perform at a US Festival. Having rocked Glastonbury last year, is Jay ready to become the go-to MC for large scale events? It could be a better career move than say, being CEO of a record label.
The fact that Jigga want’s to be a “rock star” is hardly news to anyone who has watched him jump from height to height over his career. It’s been a decade since he was much concerned with being the world greatest rapper. And his foray as the CEO MC seems to have slowed with the rest of the global economy. He first dropped the words “rock …