Seattle festival promises Wu-Tang Clan, The Replacements, Elvis Costello, Mac DeMarco, and more.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Blink-182, MotÃ¶rhead, Rancid, FLAG, The Dismemberment Plan, Peter Hook, and more!
The seasoned art rock vets put on a clinic in stereo.
A profound mix of old-school noise and new-school innovation.
Public Enemy, Mission of Burma, Passion Pit, and a whole lotta hip-hop!
A second cut from Unsound.
A preview of the scorching months ahead.
Karaoke 2: The New Batch
Plus, stream the album opener “Dust Devil”.
We feel (and appreciate) your pain… and that’s why we put together a quick roundup of all the latest happenings.
Apparently, they like indie.
The following tickets are on sale beginning Saturday, October 31, 2009…
To be frank, The Sound… could be an early 80′s Mission of Burma record. But, so did post-reunion records Onoffo and Obliterati, only occasionally showing signs that they were shaking off 19 years of rust. Now that the rust’s all gone (thanks in part to raucous, thumping live shows), the four-piece have no problem keeping the noise-melody-noise thing sound just as powerful as their 80′s records.
Damn you Boston!
Includes The Jesus Lizard, Of Montreal, Mission of Burma, Ratatat, The Pharcyde, Destroyer, and many many more!
Last we heard from Mission of Burma, the Boston post-punk outfit was busy reissuing and remastering. Since then, they hit the studio to do some recording and on October 6th, they’ll be doing some releasing… of a brand new studio album!