Palms, the Los-Angeles based band featuring members of Isis and Chino Moreno of Deftones, premiered “Patagonia,” a song from the upcoming self-titled debut (June 25, Ipecac) via Pitchfork.
The quartet have also announced their first tour dates: a four-date west coast run this July with stops in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles and San Francisco:
7/10 San Diego, CA @ Belly Up Tavern
7/11 Santa Ana CA @ The Observatory
7/12 Los Angeles, CA @ The Troubadour
7/13 San Francisco, CA @ Slim’s
My friends. It is time. Issue 33 is on newsstands now, for your reading and viewing pleasure.
So much great stuff in this issue, we can hardly believe it. Dinosaur Jr. on the cover, and a shit-ton of features by artists like Chuck D, the Raveonettes, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, MF Doom, Antibalas, Brother Ali, Murder By Death, The Sea and Cake, Calexico, Mono and more!
Head over to the in print page and order yourself a copy, or pick it up in your local record store. (And if your record store doesn’t carry Ghettoblaster, let us know and will fix you up.)
It’s Ghettoblaster Magazine issue 32 and it is awesome!
Lots of killer features on El-P, Hot Water Music, High on Fire, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Om, Mission of Burma, Sun Kil Moon, Silver Jews, Japandroids and so, so much more. And, of course, a legit cover feature piece on none other than hip-hop wordsmith Aesop Rock.
If this floats your boat, mosey on down to the In Print page and get you some!
NYC B.E.A.F. (BEST of EMERGING ARTISTS FESTIVAL) more here
It’s here for the taking!
Come on over and sample the tasty goods from our latest print issue. We’ve got a whole folder full of free MP3s that are yours from the taking, from the likes of Guided By Voices, 9th Wonder, Herzog, Wax Idols, Wolves in the Throne Room and many more. 29 songs, to be exact.
Check it out right here!
The new Ghettoblaster mixtape is here! With print issue 28 hitting the streets we wanted to pass along some music for the artists covered in the magazine. Say goodbye to the old and bring in the new! We’ve got some good shit for you guys this time around, as usual. Check out the full mix listing below and go download it on the mixtape page.
1. Asva – “New World Order Rising”
2. Barn Owl – “Turiya”
3. Bye,Confiserie – “Bye City”
4. Crystal Antlers – “Summer Solstice”
5. Cymbals Eat Guitars – “Keep Me Waiting”
6. EdO.G – “Dummies (remix)”
7. Fly Union – “Who You Wit”
8. Grieves – “On The Rocks”
9. Headnodic – “Movin On Up (feat. Latyrx & Kat ((010)))”
10. Mayer Hawthorne – “A Long Time”
11. Motel Beds – “Western Son”
12. Night Birds – “Landfill Land”
13. No Surrender – “Give It Up”
14. Olde Growth – “The Grand Illusion”
15. Oneida – “Horizon (edit)”
16. Red Sun – “Crash of Rhinos”
17. Street Eaters – “Ashby and Shattuck”
18. Tommy Keene – “Deep Six Saturday”
19. Twin Sister – “Bad Street”
20. Wiley – “Numbers In Action”
21. You Bred Raptors? – “Magellan”
Guys! It’s Ghettoblaster Magazine print issue #29! Get excited, cause this is a good one.
Issue 29 is full of all sorts of good shit, with Eleanor Friedberger of the Fiery Furnaces on the cover and talking about her new solo record. There’s also features and interviews with Vast Aire, Crooked Fingers, Stephen Malkmus, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Mayer Hawthorne and more.
You can order it by clicking here or, if you’re nasty, subscribe to our quarterly issues for a whole year to keep the good times rolling.
Whew! It’s already July! How’d that happen? While all of you are out enjoying the summer sun, we’re still hacking away at getting you another print issue ready. Be grateful, readers.
Recently, though, Dave and Tracey, our married, tag-team print editor and designer duo, were interviewed in the Dayton City Paper. (And yes, I know this was back in May; we’re known for our up-to-the-minute relevance.)
So take a spare minute and check out what Dave and Tracey had to say about their philosophy behind the magazine’s writing and design simplicity.