This week’s edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU features brand new music from The War on Drugs, The National, Ariel Pink, Nine Inch Nails, Waxahatchee, Big Thief, This is the Kit, and more.
EDM and more festival Electric Forest expanded to two weekends this year, and had an eclectic lineup including The String Cheese Incident, Bassnectar, My Morning Jacket, Odesza, Flume, DJ Snake, Kamasi Washington, A-Track, Francis and the Lights, Khruangbin, Matisyahu, Vince Staples, Waka Flocka Flame, Xenia Rubinos, Thievery Corporation, Cashmere Cat, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more
Well, well, well. Look who’s taking their show on the road? Those favorite sons of Louisville, My Morning Jacket, are gearing up to get themselves on the road once more to play their beloved songs to their adoring devotees. If the lure of seeing a heck of a live band in person isn’t enough inducement, $1 from every ticket purchase is going to be given to the band’s Waterfall Project, which links up with various charitable organizations and nonprofits with the aim of doing good. So, see a great live band and do a little bit for the ...
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The lineup for 2017’s Peach Festival in Scranton was just announced, and we’ve got ourselves a doozy.
Taking place August 10th through the 13th at Montage Mountain, Widespread Panic (who will be performing two sets) are joined by My Morning Jacket, Gov’t Mule & Friends and Joe Bonamassa as headliners, complemented by sets from Umphrey’s McGee, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Lettuce featuring Chaka Khan and a whole lot more. This is the jam band festival of the decade, my friends, so do yourself a ...
My Morning Jacket already had their recurring One Big Holiday coming up in Mexico this February, and they’re playing Michigan’s Electric Forest Festival. Now their first non-festival date of 2017 has been announced…
I remember the night vividly. It was a chilly Philadelphia night in December of 2006, back when December nights used to be chilly. It was my first My Morning Jacket show. It was one of my first shows as a volunteer for WXPN, and the entire gig was broadcast live on the air. It went crazy late, and none of us minded.
The garage pop two-piece The Slip opened; they had a great single from their record Eisenhower circulating the airwaves called “Children of December” and, being ...
The election is over and while uncertainty about the future may loom ahead, shows are still coming to Philly at the same pace. Get your mind off the future for a few hours by heading out to one of these shows this weekend.
Bonus: a cute video of the Obamas.
British band Asking Alexandria is at the Electric Factory on Thursday night. Get your anger out and scream along with the metalcore band. Their latest album The Black features their new hits “I Won’t Give In” and “Undivided” with a new lead vocalist, Denis Shaforostov. ...
“It’s a song about speaking out and trying to be there for people in spirit even if you can’t be at every rally and battle. We have such a duty to speak out for equality and for each other.” — Jim James.
My Morning Jacket frontman and guitarist Jim James has announced a new solo album, Eternally Even, out November 4th. The album was co-produced by James and Blake Mills, whose recent production work includes Dawes’ new album, We’re All Gonna Die, and the last Alabama Shakes album, Sound & Color.
James will be out on the road for a month long tour in November. His Philly date is Friday, November 18th, at the Fillmore Philly. Tickets go on sale this Friday, September 23rd.
Supergroup Monsters of Folk reformed in LA over the weekend, reuniting Jim James, Conor Oberst & M. Ward for the1st time in 6 years. Zooey Deschanel also joined M.Ward for a couple of She & Him songs. Watch some fan video of “Vincent O’Brien”, “To Save Me”, “Never Had Nobody Like You” and “Magic Trick.”
By the way, My Morning Jacket has just released a new anti-gun/anti-violence song called “Magic Bullet.” Listen here.
My Morning Jacket have shared a new song, “Magic Bullet,” in response to the recent spate of violence here in the States. “Violence is never the answer. Only love,” wrote the band on their Facebook page, quoting Martin Luther King: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”
Here’s MMJ’s complete statement about the song.
violence is never the answer.
we all need to be a part of the discussion.
part of the solution.
how long will it ...
In response to the recent violence plaguing the country, My Morning Jacket has released a funky, anti-violence anthem entitled “Magic Bullet”. The song has some groovy synth, and in typical My Morning Jacket fashion, a powerful guitar solo…