Dip into the upcoming soundtrack from Drag City Films’ Source Family documentary. Guess what? It’s cleverly titled The Source Family!
“In case you don’t know the underground legend already or haven’t seen the film yet – for the last couple decades, the cult around The Source Family cult has enjoyed the music of Ya Ho Wa 13, whose nine albums with Father were a major part of their story. Recorded during an eleven-month span during 1973 and ’74, these albums continue to fascinate listeners to this day. The Original Soundtrack album pulls plums and cherries from these freakish fruit trees of The Source Family, whose album releases from the 1970s are an indication of how weird the world can be even when it isn’t trying.
“Beyond Beyond is Beyond Records is pleased to announce the release of New Hampshire Freaks, a collaborative split with New England natives MMOSS and Quilt, out on a variety of formats come April 23, 2013. Each group contributes one new song, with the b-side featuring an epic 14+ minute psych-out jam. Listen to Quilt’s “Open Eyes,” premiered by Stereogum.
The first 300 vinyl orders will be pressed on dual-colored olive green & bone 10″ wax, available on a first-come, first-served basis, as well as an extremely limited run of 100 colored cassette tapes. Insert artwork by Brian Scott Campbell. New Hampshire Freaks is also part of BBiB’s Jamscription, a record club where members receive all of the label’s 2013 releases on vinyl & digital for one flat rate. Pre-order New Hampshire Freaks and learn more about the Jamscription service directly from Beyond Beyond is Beyond.”
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Wow, this new Black Angels tune kicks serious ass. Their new album Indigo Meadow is out April 2nd and “Evil Things” is downloadable if you pre-order from iTunes. But then again, why would you do that when you can pre-order vinyl…and other configurations that come with hot sauce and shit. For now, crank this one up…
The Black Angels on tour:
I’m really excited to welcome Woodsman to Beyond Beyond is Beyond on East Village Radio, Thursday noon-2pm (EST). They’ll jam live and who knows what sounds will emanate from the EVR studio…and your radio or mobile. Be there then.
Stream their new EP Mystic Places below to get acquainted…
I love Field Music, and that’s solely based on their last album, Measure, which came out in early 2010. It won me over with its amazing hooks, harmonies, guitar textures, musical intricacies, and non-ironic nods to classic rock.
Field Music will have a new album called Plumb out in February, but in the meantime you can crank up this brand-new track from the album…
Field Music – (I Keep Thinking About) A New Thing by memphisindustries
…legally. Check out AC/DC’s rockin’ new album at VH1′s The Leak. I’m telling you, this is an album you’ll want to own if you just have at least one rockin’ bone in your body. The album will be released on October 20th at a Wal-Mart near you. We NYC’ers thankfully don’t have Wal-Mart’s evil empire stores in our city, so I wonder where we’re supposed to get the album from.
Anyway, stream Black Ice here and be ready to bang your fuggin’ head!
Anyone gonna see them this tour?
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