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NYC dream-rockers The Veldt’s latest EP Thanks to the Moth and Areanna Rose delivers seven new tracks that undoubtedly connect with their long-time followers, while potentially appealing to a new generation only recently discovering this sound. Opener “The Color of Love is Blue,” with its ethereal vocals and descending chord progression performed through tightly-coiled, clipped-chime guitar ...
There’s a bunch of videos out there. Some of them are good. Some of them are a cut above. I like to think my picks for Video Of The Day are a cut (or two) above. So slinky and ever so divine, this Andrew Prinz reworking of The Veldt‘s “One Day Out of Live” is an impeccable and colorful sonic daydream. The rapturous sinews and charmed beats are given visual in the form of a trippy stroll, which feels just right.
There was a time, in the years following the release of the documentary DiG!, where Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe seemed to be at war with the audience (who sometimes seemed only to be there to see the band fall apart onstage), avoiding their catchiest material in favor of long, droney druggy jams. These days, though, Newcombe (sporting some serious snow-white mutton chops) and the BJM are mostly in the crowd-pleasing business, both in song selection and delivering classically cranky banter/rants between songs…
Austin’s Levitation fest is less than a month away, and they’ve announced the 2016 daily schedules which can be found here. Brian Wilson is playing Pet Sounds at 9:35 PM on the main Reverberation Stage on Saturday, April 30 right before huge Pet Sounds fans Animal Collective headline the stage, which may find conflicts for folks who want to catch Woods, Sun O))), Black Mountain and Sleep as well…