In November, Doomtree will set off on our national Wings + Teeth Tour. It’s the very first time all seven members of the collective will hit the road together. Check the routing below for the stop(s) nearest you.
11/4 - Colorado Springs, CO - Black Sheep 11/5 - Denver, CO - Marquis Theare 11/6…
In the wake of last year’s Midnight at the Movies, Nashville born and raised singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle left the south for NYC’s East Village, following in the footsteps of his hero Woody Guthrie (though more like North Carolina’s Ryan Adams, I’d say). As with most troubadours, lyrics invoking new scenery inevitably bubbled to the surface for Earle. To wit: 2 songs (“One More Night In Brooklyn,” “Working for the MTA”) off his forthcoming follow-up, Harlem River Blues, have titles with Big Apple-related references—in addition to the title track of course. Despite slices of urban imagery, however, Earle’s sonic influences are still decidedly rooted in southern gospel and country music for this self-produced effort.
Stream “Harlem River Blues” or take Earle’s blues on the road with a free MP3 below:
Shaquille O’Neal has decided to join the Boston Celtics, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. The future Hall of Famer is expected to tell the team of his intentions Wednesday morning.
"That’s exactly what Davis needs. A guy who’s spent the last 8 years being fat and out of shape serving as a mentor. "Nah. Fuck that shit Glenn. Let’s just eat the shit out of something and then sleep."" -Burn It Down.
Boom Bip has applied his command of live and sample-based electronic music to works for Mush and Lex. His landmark Mush release with Doseone, Circle, as well as two solo albums and a collaboration with Gryff Rhys of Super Furry Animals under the name Neon Neon for Lex have landed atop dozens…