Thursday, July 06, 2006

Hey Where back doing regualr stuff do you miss us

Good Evening, i Am back after almost a week away fro covering the Comerica Tastefest and writing about it on this blog sight and i think i was the only live and local preson to keep this blog sight update during Tastefest wheld ever one took the forth of July off, i spend my entie day yesterday cauch up on my sight have some troule updating yesterday last update from tastefest and worst one of my ears fill up with ear wax ouch what a bad time to happend because dress bessy is in town on monday night at the belmont so i going to buy hydrogen peroxide and some ear drop today during this writing so since i been gone for the entire week let do some catch up of everythings that happend from my last report last thursday(06/29)(Which was not much) to yesterday (7/05).

Local Notes:

Now that the Taste fest is now over and The next date in the underground outdoor caldear is the Forth Street fair located on 4th street just off Holden street between Forsyth and 3rd street or if you follow the freeway when i-94 south merge to M-10 North, it a one day street fair with three stage the main stage 4th street stage, the park stage near 3rd street and a small park stage when you enter 4th, it will take place on July 15th, that only a week and a half away and during tastefest two band have told me they will play tastefest The Moldoons will play the 4th street fair also the young just out of high school band The Decks are going to play the 4th street fair, Now that the only two i know that play the forth street fair now if you been contact to play the forth street fair let me know about it you can e-mail this blog sight at this address:

culturecitynewstips@yahoo.com

also i saw video dirrtoe Antone Wanye Gr he have a busy saturday night as he shot the New Electric 6 video "I Buy The Drugs" off from a new cd call "Switzerland" is scheduled to be released on Sept. 12 the Graff have told me that the video is a mix of the old mix of the classic film Aminal House, and the classic Beastey boys "fight you right to party and one other classic i cant think of right now (it look like the long weekend have take a affict on me) over 250 extra pack the Fraternity House at Wayne State uniaverser incluing the one and only suzy Cole (a die Hard fan of the E6) also i was told that the one and only Dick Valentine crowd surf the crowd Nice, Can wait for the video if it ever get on you tube i am going to post it on the blog sight and if you can wait to hear the news alblum the son I buy durgs and a second song is up on there my space page you can listen to them at
www.myspace.com/electricsix

Indie Music News outside the 313

all them are from my tursted sources web sight with the souce in this syble = ()

the Rapture will release "Get Myself Into It", the first single from Pieces, on August 21 in the UK. For the time being, however, you can hear it on the band's MySpace page.

Another way you'll be able to legally hear new Rapture music before the album's release is by buying EA Sports' new Madden NFL 07 video game, which will feature the song "W.A.Y.U.H." on its soundtrack, alongside tracks from Wolfmother, Spank Rock, Keane (?!), Lupe Fiasco feat. Jonah Matranga (??!!), and a bunch of punk and emo bands. (pitchforkmedia.com)

Currently in the throes of an epic world tour (which started in June), Massive Attack just announced a U.S. tour, their first in eight years. The trek includes an appearance at L.A.'s Hollywood Bowl, a three-night stint at New York's Roseland Ballroom, and headlining gigs at the V Festival in Toronto and Austin City Limits.

Sixty thousand festival-goers got a sampling of Massive Attack's current live show at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Fest in April. With a line-up featuring two drummers and vocals by Horace Andy and former Cocteau Twins' singer Elizabeth Fraser, Massive Attack played live renditions of "Angel", "Karmacoma", and "Safe From Harm", among other classics.

as yes there will be a detroit Date:
September 12, State Theater

Somewhere in between criss-crossing the globe, Massive Attack continue work on their fifth studio album, Weather Underground, which is slated for release in early 2007 and features contributions from TV on the Radio's Dave Sitek.(pitchforkmedia.com)

Virgin's hugely popular British rock fest, the V Festival, will drop into Toronto's Island Park on September 9-10.

There are over 40 bands on the Toronto roster, including the Flaming Lips, Massive Attack, Gnarls Barkley, the Raconteurs, Wolfmother, Phoenix, the Hidden Cameras, the Dears, Jose Gonzales, Starsailor, Alexisonfire, Zero 7, Eagles of Death Metal, Thrice, 2ManyDJs, K'Naan, and Sam Roberts Band. The fest aims to draw 50,000 concertgoers, which just might happen, considering the British V Festival sold out in a mere three hours.

The V festival will make its U.S. debut at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course on September 23. (Alas, Branson didn't do any rappelling into Bodymore.) Gnarls Barkley and the Red Hot Chili Peppers are the only acts confirmed for that one so far, with the full lineup to be revealed July 10.(pitchforkmedia.com)

Those crazy mofos in Gnarls Barkley have added even more dates to their world tour, as their debut album, St. Elsewhere, continues to climb the charts. (It's currently number eight on the Billboard 200!) On August 14, they'll hit David Letterman; we hope by that point, they're dressing up like Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.

and that tour will have a detroit Date
Auguset 7 - State Theater
(pitchforkmedia.com)

Left-wing English rocker Billy Bragg has won a small victory for the little guy, as his actions have caused Rupert Murdoch-owned MySpace to change their copyright ownership conditions. Unhappy with the previous terms that stated that MySpace had legal ownership over any form of content posted on the site (including photos, videos and music), Bragg pulled his music from the site. Seeing a potential disaster if all musicians followed suit, MySpace changed the rules to state that they no longer claimed rights over content posted on the site, but instead held temporary license to use and modify content if necessary. The non-exclusive license is mostly for digital compression and technical use and only lasts as long as you have content on your page (you can read up on it in Section 6 of the MySpace.com Terms Of Use Agreement). In other words, both basement musicians and rock stars can breath a sigh of relief, knowing that their prized tunes are safe on the site. (cmj.com)

The best and brightest stars of the Portland, Oregon music scene have all been captured in one place, on non-profit organization PDX Pop Now!'s third double-disc compilation. The album will feature a diverse range of artists and genres and will include previously unreleased tracks from Stephen Malkmus, the Thermals, Menomena, Viva Voce, Vursatyl (of Lifesavas) and Talkdemonic. The 40-track release will be available July 11 in select independent record stores and online vendors. In the spirit of the all-inclusive organization, the compilation will retail for just seven bucks a pop. Proceeds from sales will go straight to the third PDX Pop Now! Music Festival, a three-day, all-ages, free music extravaganza of almost 50 bands representing all limits of the Portland music spectrum, which will be held July 28-30 at Loveland.

Tracklist For PDX Pop Now! 2006:
Disc 1
01. Blitzen Trapper - On A Dime
02. The Thermals - Product Placement
03. Sweater! - Kill It Now
04. Siren's Echo - And All My ...
05. Stephen Malkmus - METS To Infinity
06. The Joggers - We've Been Talked Down
07. Toothfairy - Camp Hormones
08. Menomena - Shirt
09. Mirah w/ Marisa Anderson - NOLA
10. Treva Jackson - Drive
11. Leviethan - This Town That Town
12. Talkdemonic - Banff, AB
13. Vursatyl (of Lifesavas) - Mr. Gusto
14. The Planet The - Dreams Of Your Co-Workers
15. Tea for Julie - Pollyanna
16. Tara Jane O'Neil - Bluelight Room
17. The Shaky Hands - The Sleepless
18. LKN - Circumstance
19. Paint and Copter- Manzier
20. Horse Feathers - Finch On Saturday
21. Nice Nice - Down, Down, Down Pt. 1

Disc 2
01. Rocketship - Our New Track
02. Blue Skies for Black Hearts - Here Comes The Rain
03. Junior Private Detective - Aftermath
04. The Kingdom - Higher
05. Hello Damascus - Randy
06. Laura Gibson - Hands In Pockets
07. Colin Meloy - Barbara Allen
08. Electric iLL - Nurban Gowns
09. Viva Voce - From The Devil Himself
10. Ms. Su'ad - Sweat The Design
11. The Blow - Babay (Eat A Critter, Feel Its Wrath)
12. Copy - Closet Face
13. Chevron - Cyvia Poggioli
14. Small Sails - Aftershocks + Afterthoughts
15. We Quit - We Looked Around
16. Jackie-O Motherfucker - Hey! Mr. Sky
17. Cool Nutz - More Than Music
18. Swimmers - Hot Pocket
19. March Fourth Marching Band - Space Hole

(cmj.com)

The MySpace post was casual enough: "Dave plays in Gang Of Four and runs Pampelmoose. John plays in Tracker and runs FILMguerrero. Danny plays in Menomena and runs with the Devil. Let the fun begin!" But that announcement marked the introduction of Faux-Hoax (pronounced Folks), a new outfit featuring Gang Of Four bassist Dave Allen, along with guitarist John Askew and drummer Danny Seim.

"The band is an extension of an outfit I had here in Portland called Squall, which also included John and members of the rap outfit Lifesavas," Allen told us via e-mail. "We asked Danny to help us out by playing drums on some recordings early this year and the sessions went so well that we decided to start from scratch, so Faux-Hoax was born."

The band has already posted one song on their MySpace site. "Your Friends Will Carry You Home" features vocals and words by Portland-based musician Adam Gnade. "Dave, John, and I are just throwing different ideas around without worrying about fitting a certain theme or style," Seim told us.

"We are working on an album right now and hope to be finished in the fall," Allen wrote. "Then we'll weigh up on our options for how to release it and we will certainly be touring." (cmj.com)

Post-prog rockers the Mars Volta have announced a tracklist for their forthcoming LP, Amputechture. The album—the band's third—is their follow-up to last year's musical equivalent of a run-on sentence, Frances The Mute. Although the record has yet to be given an official release date, details surrounding its production are steadily emerging. Red Hot Chili Peppers mad genius/guitarist John Frusciante contributed axe-work to the project, something he did for the Volta's first two releases. It's also been reported that neo-surrealist artist Jeff Jordan will lend his painting "The Big Mutant" for the album's cover. This is not the Volta's first foray into this artistic enclave, having used works by legendary artist Storm Thorgerson—who also designed the cover of Led Zeppelin's Houses Of The Holy and Pink Floyd's The Division Bell—as cover art for their first two records. (cmj.com)

Tom Waits is hitting the road, and his eight-show tour of Southern and Midwestern cities includes one stop he's making for the first time in his 33-year career.

In a tour that kicks off August 1 with Waits' first concert in Atlanta since the 1970s, the reclusive singer-songwriter will play his first-ever gig in Asheville, North Carolina, on August 2. The tour also includes stops in Memphis, Nashville, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, and Akron, Ohio.

"We need to go to Tennessee to pick up some fireworks, and someone owes me money in Kentucky," Waits said in a statement about why he picked which cities he'll be playing.

Waits played a handful of live shows in 2004, but hadn't toured extensively since 1999, when he released his widely praised Mule Variations album. Anti- Records is reportedly at work on a long-awaited Tom Waits boxed set, although no release date has been set(MP3.com)

His Detroit Date
Aug. 11: Detroit :: Opera House
and Mariah Cherem of the The Avatars told me that this is Tom Waits first detriot show in about 20 years
tix go on sale on 7/14.

Jarvis Cocker, Pulp's charismatic frontman, releases his first song in over a year, "Running the World," and you can hear it first!

While many fans have weathered the Jarvis Cocker drought, their thirsts can now be quenched -- at least for a song's length. For his new song, "Running the World," Cocker combines a rollicking piano lick with the sexual/political sass and biting lyricism that popularized Pulp. Cocker has posted his newest creation on MySpace, as well as a brief apology for all the swearing, but we have it here for your listening pleasure. There's no word yet on when, or if, Cocker will release any additional material, but a greeting on his MySpace page is promising: "I hope this is just the start of a beautiful relationship." (spin.com)

The Lemonheads will release their first new album in close to a decade on September 26. The eponymous disc was recorded by band principle Evan Dando along with Descendents members Bill Stevenson and Karl Alvarez. Garth Hudson of The Band and J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr. also appear on the record. The Lemonheads will tour this fall(fmqb.com)

And in the late breaking department

Legendary rock club CBGB (music) is throwing in the towel.
The New York City club that spawned the likes of Blondie, The Ramones and Talking Heads will shut its doors for good Sept. 30, after owner Hilly Kristal failed to arrive at terms with the owner of the building that houses the club.

Kristal, who opened the club in 1973 as a venue for country, bluegrass and blues (hence the acronym), had been locked in a fight for the last few years with the club's landlord, the Bowery Residents' Committee (BRC), which initially hiked CBGB's rent and claimed the club owed about $80,000 in back rent, a figure Kristal disputed in court. While a judge ruled in Kristal's favor last October, the BRC declined to renew CBGB's lease.

The closing comes despite the efforts of many prominent New York political and cultural figures, including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, to intervene on the club's behalf.(livedaily.com)

now it a short work week so i put a lot of links to the only read that matters

This week Metro Times
Walter Wasacz have the story of the return of
Cream Magazine
Eve Doster have a
preview of the just menton 4th street fair

and yes you know this was going to happend Tribute to the one and only Sleater-Kinney
Seattle Weekly
Seattle times
The Village Voice

Now it now time for the weekly list and belive it or not one of the list the playlist on riff 2 Detroit Local 101 was not listed this week because there was no Local 101 this so it will be back Next week so in it place a snamk perview of next week in sound radio on Cjam-fm it hosted by Ex-Wdet DJ (and really got srecw) Jon Moshier it will ever tuesday from 2:30 to 4 PM on C-jam 91.5 FM or at www.cjam.ca

MOJAVE 3/BIG STAR BABY/PUZZLES LIKE YOU/4AD
BAND OF HORSES/THE FIRST SONG/EVERYTHING ALL THE TIME/MERGE
ALOHA/BRACE YOUR FACE/SOME ECHOES/POLYVINYL

THE NATIONAL/LIT UP/ALLIGATOR/BEGGARS B
BUILT TO SPILL/LIAR/YOU IN REVERSE/WARNER
RACONTEURS/HANDS/BROKEN BOY SOLDIERS/V2
YO LA TENGO/FROM A MOTEL SIX/PAINFUL/MATADOR

SONIC YOUTH/INCINERATE/RATHER RIPPED/GEFFEN
THOM YORKE/BLACK SWAN/THE ERASER/XL
LALI PUNA/NIN-COM-POP/SCARY WORLD THEORY/MORR
BROKEN SOCIAL SCENE/HOTEL/S-T/ARTS & CRAFTS

MATTHEW DEAR/SEND YOU BACK/IDOL TRYOUTS 2/GHOSTLY INTERNATIONAL
JUANA MOLINA/MICAEL/SON/DOMINO
HOWE GELB/UNDERNEATH THE ARCHES/SONGS INSPIRED BY UNDERNEATH THE ARCHES/THRILL JOCKEY
EDDY ARNOLD/BOUQUET OF ROSES/HILBILLY FEVER VOL. 3/RHINO
JOHNNY ACE/THE CLOCK/ROOTS OF ROCK 1946-1954/HIP-O
DENISE JAMES/TONIGHT, IT'S ALRIGHT/PROMISES/RAINBOW QUARTZ
THE FIREBALLS/QUITE A PARTY/DANCEHALL STRINGBUSTERS/SUNDAZED
ROY LANHAM/KERRY DANCE/THE MOST EXCITING GUITAR/DOLTON
RAMBLIN' JIMMY DOLAN/HOT ROD RACE (1950)

COUCH/BLINDE ZEICHEN/FIGUR 5/MORR
FEATHERS/MY APPLE HAS FOUR LEGS/ABSOLUTE NOON/HOMETAPES

DMRC Top 10

1. Guster — Ganging Up On The Sun
2. Gnarls Barkley — St. Elsewhere
3. The Raconteurs — Broken Boy Soldiers
4. Keane — Under the Iron Sea
5. AFI — Decemberunderground
6. Nelly Furtado — Loose
7. Dabrye — Two/Three
8. Secret Machines — Ten Silver Drops
9. Various Artists — Eccentric Soul, Vol. 3
10. Five Horse Johnson — The Mystery Spot

And here is this week top 10 movie of the week
list one - the regualr weekend
list two - the whold five days holliday

Friday tugh Tuesday
1. Superman Returns, $76 million.
2. The Devil Wears Prada, $40.1 million
3. Click, $29.1 million
4. Cars, $22.5 million
5. Nacho Libre, $9.7 million
6. The Lake House, $7.1 million
7. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, $6.3 million
8. Waist Deep, $4.6 million
9. The Break Up, $4.5 million
10. The Da Vinci Code, $3.7 million

The Weekend (Friday tug Sunday)

1. Superman Returns, $52.1 million.
2. The Devil Wears Prada, $27 million
3. Click, $19.4 million
4. Cars, $14 million
5. Nacho Libre, $6.1 million
6. The Lake House, $4.5 million
7. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, $4.4 million
8. Waist Deep, $3.3 million
9. The Break Up, $2.8 million
10. The Da Vinci Code, $2.3 million

and if you wating for the NME single of the week that will be on tommorrow

this it for the full regual report in about a week that for reaing as always
Good Night and Good luck!

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