first_imgUp and coming upstate New York jammers Aqueous have some serious summer plans, as the group has revealed a handful of dates that will carry them from May through the end of August, with appearances at festivals like Domefest, Summer Camp, Good People Good Times, Electric Forest, Disc Jam, Mad Tea Party Jam, FARM Fest, Jezzum Crow Festival, Buffalove Music Festival, Shadefest, and Night Lights Music Festival.To keep their fans apprised on their many summer doings, Aqueous has released some of their major dates for the summer. In addition to those festivals, the band will perform a number of venue gigs as well, bringing their infectious live sound on the road all year long!Check out the full schedule below and head to their official website for more information.last_img read more

first_imgDue out June 10th, The new four-CD/Blu-ray collector’s package from Universal Music will contain both mono and stereo versions of the album, as well as instrumental mixes, live recordings, and never-before-heard alternate mixes and outtakes. You can see the full track listing for the extensive anniversary release below: CD 1: Pet Sounds (Mono)
01. Wouldn’t It Be Nice02. You Still Believe In Me03. That’s Not Me04. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)05. I’m Waiting For The Day06. Let’s Go Away For Awhile07. Sloop John B08. God Only Knows09. I Know There’s An Answer10. Here Today11. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times12. Pet Sounds13. Caroline NoPet Sounds (Stereo)
14. Wouldn’t It Be Nice15. You Still Believe In Me16. That’s Not Me17. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)18. I’m Waiting For The Day19. Let’s Go Away For Awhile20. Sloop John B21. God Only Knows22. I Know There’s An Answer23. Here Today24. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times25. Pet Sounds26. Caroline NoAdditional Material
27. Caroline No (Promotional Spot #2)28. Don’t Talk. . . (Unused Background Vocals)29. Hang On To Your Ego (Alternate Mix)30. Caroline No (Promotional Spot #1) CD 2: The Pet Sounds Sessions01. Sloop John B (Highlights from Tracking Date)02. Sloop John B (Stereo Backing Track)03. Trombone Dixie (Highlights from Tracking Date)04. Trombone Dixie (Stereo Backing Track)05. Pet Sounds (Highlights from Tracking Date)06. Pet Sounds (Stereo Track Without Guitar Overdub)07. Let’s Go Away For Awhile (Highlights from Tracking Date)08. Let’s Go Away For Awhile (Stereo Track Without String Overdub)09. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Highlights from Tracking Date)10. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Stereo Backing Track)11. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Stereo Track with Background Vocals)12. You Still Believe In Me (Intro – Session)13. You Still Believe In Me (Intro – Master Take)14. You Still Believe In Me (Highlights from Tracking Date)15. You Still Believe In Me (Stereo Backing Track)16. Caroline No (Highlights from Tracking Date)17. Caroline No (Stereo Backing Track)18. Hang On To Your Ego (Highlights from Tracking Date)19. Hang On To Your Ego (Stereo Backing Track)20. I Know There’s An Answer (Vocal Session) [previously unreleased]21. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) (Brian’s Instrumental Demo)22. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) (Stereo Backing Track)23. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) (String Overdub)24. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times (Highlights from Tracking Date)25. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times (Stereo Backing Track)26. That’s Not Me (Highlights from Tracking Date)27. That’s Not Me (Stereo Backing Track) CD 3: The Pet Sounds Sessions (continued)
01. Good Vibrations (Highlights from First Tracking Date)02. Good Vibrations (Stereo Backing Track)03. I’m Waiting For The Day (Highlights from Tracking Date)04. I’m Waiting For The Day (Stereo Backing Track)05. God Only Knows (Highlights from Tracking Date)06. God Only Knows (Stereo Backing Track)07. Here Today (Highlights from Tracking Date)08. Here Today (Stereo Backing Track)Alternate Versions
09. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Mono Alternate Mix 1)10. You Still Believe In Me (Mono Alternate Mix)11. I’m Waiting For The Day (Mono Alternate Mix, Mike sings lead)12. Sloop John B (Mono Alternate Mix, Carl sings first verse)13. God Only Knows (Mono Alternate Mix, with sax solo)14. I Know There’s An Answer (Alternate Mix) [previously unreleased]15. Here Today (Mono Alternate Mix, Brian sings lead)16. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times (Mono Alternate Mix)17. Banana & Louie18. Caroline No (Original Speed, Stereo Mix)19. Dog Barking Session20. God Only Knows (With A Cappella Tag)21. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Mono Alternate Mix 2)22. Sloop John B (Mono Alternate Mix, Brian sings lead throughout)23. God Only Knows (Mono Alternate Mix, Brian sings lead)24. Caroline No (Original Speed, Mono Mix)CD 4: Live Recordings
01. Wouldn’t It Be Nice02. Sloop John B03. God Only Knows (Michigan State University, October 22, 1966)04. Good Vibrations05. God Only Knows06. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Hall, Washington DC, November 19, 1967)07. God Only Knows (Carnegie Hall, New York, November 23, 1972 – 2nd Show)08. God Only Knows (Jamaican World Music Festival, Montego Bay, Jamaica, November, 26, 1982)09. Sloop John B (Universal Studios, Universal City, California, May, 23, 1989)10. Caroline No11. You Still Believe In Me (Paramount Theater, New York City, November 26, 1993 – Stack-O-Vocals)
12. Wouldn’t It Be Nice13. You Still Believe In Me14. That’s Not Me15. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)16. I’m Waiting For The Day17. Sloop John B18. God Only Knows19. I Know There’s An Answer20. Here Today21. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times22. Caroline NoBonus Track
23. Good Vibrations (Master Track with Partial Vocal) (previously unreleased)Blu-ray Pure Audio Disc
01. Wouldn’t It Be Nice02. You Still Believe In Me03. That’s Not Me04. Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)05. I’m Waiting For The Day06. Let’s Go Away For Awhile07. Sloop John B08. God Only Knows09. I Know There’s An Answer10. Here Today11. I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times12. Pet Sounds13. Caroline NoAdditional Material in 5.1 Surround and Stereo
14. Unreleased Backgrounds (Unused Intro for Don’t Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder))15. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Session Highlights)16. Wouldn’t It Be Nice (Alternative Mix without Lead Vocal)17. God Only Knows (Session Highlights)18. God Only Knows (Master Track Mix with A Cappella Tag)19. Summer Means New Love[H/T – Consequence of Sound] In honor of the 50th anniversary of their 11th album Pet Sounds, The Beach Boys are set to release a new collectors’ edition reissue of the acclaimed studio masterpiece. Today, the band released the new mix of “I Know There’s An Answer” that’s featured on the reissue. Take a listen to the new alternate mix, as well as the original 1966 album version below:last_img read more

first_imgSinger and pianist Cherie Hu has to put together a sweet new video for Vulfpeck lovers everywhere. She’s created a Franken-“Dean Town,” releasing a video that slices together twenty different Youtube covers of Vulfpeck’s iconic track off The Beautiful Game. And let’s just say we are all about it. Obviously, in her compilation, bass takes the day; however, some less traditional instrumentation, such as a cameo by an electric violin, make the cut as well. You can check out the video for yourself below.last_img read more

first_imgFor some, the days between Jazz Fest weekends are a time to rest up, and a time to explore the other elements that the city of New Orleans has to offer. For others, those who affectionately refer to those three days as the “daze between,” it’s a time to keep the party going, and to seek out more music and more unique combinations of artists that you couldn’t find anywhere else. For music fans looking to fill their time with shows, you won’t find better combination of artists than the group hitting One Eyed Jacks tonight, Wednesday, May 3rd.The group, appropriately named the “Daze Between Band,” boasts an impressive lineup of players from across the musical spectrum. Guitar master Eric Krasno is on the bill, as is Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge. Widespread Panic‘s Duane Trucks will be on drums, Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis will be on keys, and Scott Metzger will fill the second guitar slot, a role he currently occupies in Joe Russo’s Almost Dead. Snarky Puppy percussionist Nate Werth and The Motet singer extraordinaire Lyle Divinsky will also join the musical party. When it comes to Jazz Fest, this is simply as good as it gets. The band will be joined by DJ Soul Sister, who will set the mood with an opening set. The band also expects a few surprise guests to join them throughout the evening.Beyond being strong musical players, this crew is deeply connected through the guidance of Col. Bruce Hampton. Oteil, having been mentored by Col. Bruce through the days of his Aquarium Rescue Unit, and Duane, who grew up with Col. Bruce as an honorary member of the Trucks family, will undoubtedly play to transcend their spiritual leader. Do not miss this show – it’s going to get weird.See below for full info for this show with the “Daze Between Band” featuring Eric Krasno, Oteil Burbridge, Duane Trucks, Danny Louis, Scott Metzger, Nate Werth, and Lyle Divinsky.– SHOW INFO –Artist: The Daze Between Band featuring Eric Krasno, Oteil Burbridge, Duane Trucks, Danny Louis, Scott Metzger, Nate Werth, and Lyle Divinsky.Venue: One Eyed Jacks – 615 Toulouse Street New Orleans, LA 70130Date: Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017Price: $35adv / $40dos (purchase tickets here)Time: Doors 11:00 PM / Show 12:00 AM (technically early AM 5/4) If you’ll be down in New Orleans for Jazz Fest this year, don’t miss out on all of the awesome late night music options taking place across the city. Learn more about all of the amazing music you can catch at this link.last_img read more

first_imgOn May 6th, the jamtronica act Papadosio took over the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, for their second headlining performance at the legendary venue. For the Re:Creation event, the group was joined by Colorado’s own SunSquabi in addition to Supersillyus, Eliot Lipp, and Desert Dwellers. An aspect of what made the show so special was the attention brought to event as a whole, with the group also tapping visionary painters Alex and Allyson Grey to make art alongside them throughout the night while their works were projected on the screen behind them and altered Jonathan Singer.Papadosio And Sunsquabi Take Over Red Rocks For Re:Creation [Photos/Pro-Shot Video]Once Papadosio hit the stage, they put on a stellar performance for the packed crowd. One highlight of the night was their final song of the evening, “The Bionic Man Meets His Past.” Their choice of encore was off T.E.T.I.O.S., Papadosio’s two-disc 2012 release, which similarly sought to combine art and music and explore the depth of art that the two intertwining can create. You can watch the full video of Papadosio’s Red Rocks encore, which is the work of Zac Fabian and his crew, below.Photo: Brittany Teuber]last_img read more

first_imgBefore the Grateful Dead’s 50th anniversary Fare Thee Well shows, in 2015, John Mayer was still being vetted to come on tour with some of the former members of the Grateful Dead — specifically Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart — as a part of Dead & Company. As evidenced by this weekend’s smokin’ Dead & Co run in Boulder, we all know that John Mayer clearly passed the try-out process with flying colors. However, there was a time when these rumors seemed borderline ridiculous to many. After Billboard reported the rumors that John Mayer was considering being tapped for the tour, Deadheads were frenzied looking for clues to confirm these speculations.Dead & Company Sets The Bar High For The Final Night Of Their Stellar Boulder Run [Full Audio/Videos]Ahead of the official Dead & Company announcement, one major clue was John Mayer’s performance with Phil Lesh & Friends at Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California, exactly two years ago on June 12th, 2015. Mayer joined the Grateful Dead bassist at his venue for Phil Lesh & Friends 1977 tribute show, which honored the Cornell ’77 show at Barton Hall on May 8th, 1977. Mayer’s addition to the line-up was a surprise, with the guitarist originally left off the initial billing for the tribute. However, Mayer stuck around for the entirety of the performance to play lead guitar (though without adding vocals), joining guitarists Stu Allen and Scott Metzger, keyboardist Scott Guberman, drummers Pete Lavezzoli and Alex Koford and vocalist Jeannette Ferber. You can watch the full performance below.Setlist: Phil Lesh & Friends | Terrapin Crossroads | San Rafael, CA | 6/12/2015Set One: New Minglewood Blues, Loser, El Paso, They Love Each Other, Jack Straw, Deal, Lazy Lightnin’, Supplication, Brown Eyed Women, Mama Tried, Row Jimmy, Dancin’ in the StreetsSet Two: Scarlet Begonias > Fire on the Mountain, Estimated Prophet, St. Stephen > Not Fade Away > St. Stephen, Morning DewEncore: One More Saturday Nightlast_img read more

first_imgRadiohead has relaunched their radiohead.tv page, and it’s most recent gift is pro-shot video of their 2016 Lollapalooza set. The Chicago festival performance included A Moon Shaped Pool staples “Burn The Witch,” “Daydreaming,” “Ful Stop,” and “The Numbers,” as well as old-school favorites “Paranoid Android,” “Everything In Its Right Place,” which Phish covered during the Baker’s Dozen run,” “Karma Police,” and a double encore. With Radiohead performances remaining somewhat of a rarity, it’s an interesting peep into their live showmanship to have these pro-shot videos available to us. Watch the full Radiohead set from Lollapalooza below:Setlist: Radiohead | Lollapalooza 2016 | Chicago, ILBurn The Witch, Daydreaming, Ful Stop, 2 + 2 = 5, Myxomatosis, My Iron Lung, Climbing, Up The Walls, No Surprises, Pyramid Song, Bloom, Identikit, The Numbers, The Gloaming, Weird Fishes / Arpeggi, Everything In Its Right Place, Idioteque, There, ThereE: Let Down, Present Tense, Paranoid Android, Nude, BodysnatchersE2: Street Spirit, Karma Policelast_img read more

first_imgMike Gordon is currently on the go to release his next solo album, OGOGO. The album, set to be released through Megaplum/ATO Records this Friday, September 15th, was recorded earlier this year in Boston and LA with Gordon’s regular touring band (guitarist Scott Murawski, keyboardist Robert Walter, drummer John Kimock, and percussionist Craig Myers) and produced by GRAMMY-winning engineer Shawn Everett. Following the releases of “Steps” and “Victim,” “Up And Down,” the Phish bassist and vocalist has released the fourth single, “Whirlwind,” a groovy approach to his newly identified indie pop side.Listen to the “Whirlwind” below:Mike Gordon’s fall tour behind the album will begin on September 22nd at The Georgia Theater in Athens, GA, and will feature performances in Toronto and Chicago as well as a two-night tour-closing run in Boulder, CO on October 13th and 14th.OGOGO Tracklist1. Equilibrium2. Steps3. Victim4. Crazy Sometimes5. Whirlwind6. Marissa7. Up And Down8. Pendulum9. Stealing Jamaica10. Go Away11. So Far Gone12. Let’s Go13. Victim 3DYou can see a full list of Mike Gordon fall tour dates below.Mike Gordon 2017 Fall TourFri 9/22 Georgia Theatre, Athens, GASat 9/23 Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, NCSun 9/24 Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh, NCTue 9/26 The National, Richmond, VAWed 09/27 College Street Music Hall, New Haven, CTFri 9/29 The Westcott Theater, Syracuse, NYSat 9/30 Phoenix Concert Theatre, TorontoSun 10/1 St. Andrews Hall, Detroit, MITue 10/3 Bells Eccentric Cafe, Kalamazoo, MIWed 10/4 20th Century Theater, Cincinnati, OHThu 10/5 The Vogue, Indianapolis, INFri 10/6 The Metro, Chicago, ILSun 10/8 Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, WITue 10/10 Slow Down, Omaha, NEWed 10/11 Madrid Theatre, Kansas City, MOFri 10/13 Boulder Theater, Boulder, COSat 10/14 Boulder Theater, Boulder, COlast_img read more

first_imgOf the many greats to pass away in 2016 was singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen. He passed away just one month after his final release You Want It Darker, which includes the song in this new video, “Leaving The Table.” The posthumous video features an animated paper cutout of Leonard Cohen flying over the city of Montreal, with real photographers of the artist flashing in and out of the film. “I’m leaving the table,” the haunting lyrics sing. “I’m out of the game / I don’t know the people / In your picture frame.” Cohen’s final masterpiece was recorded with his son, Adam Cohen, marking the singer’s 14th studio album.‘Sincerely, L. Cohen,’ A Live Tribute To The Late Leonard Cohen To Get Official ReleaseThe video was premiered at Monday night’s Polaris Music Prize ceremony, where Cohen’s You Want It Darker was nominated for Canada’s top music award. Watch the music video, which was directed by Christopher Mills, below:last_img read more

first_imgTwo years ago today, on January 26th, 2016, the world was saddened by the loss of beloved character actor Abe Vigoda at the ripe age of 94. Vigoda is perhaps best remembered for his roles as Sal Tessio in The Godfather films or Detective Fish in 70’s police sitcom Barney Miller (and his own Fish spinoff series). However, fans of the Phish (that’s “ph”-Phish) will surely remember his pivotal role in the group’s 2013 Halloween show in Atlantic City, NJ.Breaking from their musical costume tradition, Phish opted to debut an album’s worth of new material during the second set on Halloween night. Tentatively-titled Wingsuit (and later renamed Fuego), easily one of the favorites from the set was the funky jam tune, “Wombat”, which name-checks Vigoda and his past work (“It’s kinda like the theme from the Fish TV show, you know, with Abe Vigoda”).During the funky tune, dancers came out onstage escorting a seemingly frail, delicate wombat (or, more accurately, “person in a wombat suit”). However, when he got to center stage, the wombat shot up straight and busted into an intricately choreographed dance routine before hunching back over and hobbling back offstage. At the end of the song, the band “unmasked” the mysterious wombat to reveal…that it was the real Abe Vigoda inside the suit all along!Of course, the then-92-year-old actor wasn’t actually the one performing the athletic dance routine, but the sneaky switch-up did provide one of the more amusing moments of the evening. You can watch Abe Vigoda’s appearance at Phish’s 2013 Halloween show below:“Wombat” featuring Abe Vigoda & The Abe Vigoda Dancers – 10/31/13…And here’s the “theme from the Fish TV show,” which “Wombat” is, indeed, “kinda like”: Then, during the following set break, the band aired a short film they had made with Vigoda which parodies one of his most famous Godfather scenes, with Mike Gordon playing the role of “Don Gordleone.” You can watch that short below via Phish’s YouTube page:Rest easy, Abe.[Cover photo via Phish YouTube]last_img read more