Hip hop artists Anti-Pop Consortium are coming to Tilburg in September!
Copy/paste from Pitchfork:
‘The New York skronk-rap crew Anti-Pop Consortium reunited a couple of years ago, and they’re getting set to drop Fluorescent Black, their long-awaited comeback album and first full-length since 2002’s Arrhythmia. Big Dada will release the album on October 13. The trippy sci-fi album cover is above.’
Download a new mp3 from them @ Pitchfork
Ponytail did a great performance at ZXZW 2008. We love them and they’re playing at 013 next month.
Also Pitchfork fell in love and recorded a few songs of Ponytail performing in a laudromat.
Enjoy the show here.
Ponytail @ ZXZWfestival-19/09/2008
Photo by Marcel Couwenberg
Pitchfork made a list of their top video’s of the year. There are some real gems. Check it out!
Check it here, it’s impressive! We’re still listening.
Religious Knives played at ZXZW. This is what Pitchfork writes about their new record: “As half of the exhilarating, first-rate drone quartet Double Leopards, Michael Bernstein and Maya Miller created chillingly expansive extreme noise– a distinctive mesh of sounds that peaked with the group’s brilliantly sinister release, Halve Maen. Since forming Religious Knives in 2005, the duo have released a slew of CD-Rs and cassettes, largely through their own Heavy Tapes imprint. Now, with the addition of percussionist Nate Nelson of Mouthus and bassist Todd Cavallo, they’ve been spreading their sonic rash through basement shows, living rooms, and the beat-up tape decks of noise enthusiasts.” read more
Sure, we’d call “Holy Fuck” a pretty poor band name, but that doesn’t mean we’d call the Polaris nominees poor representatives of their Canadian homeland. The Canadian government, however, disagrees.