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Soul Rebels Joined By Talib Kweli, Joey Badass, Big Freedia At Brooklyn Bowl Throwdown

first_imgVideo footage of our super jam from last night. Us rocking with Joey Badass X Big Freedia X Talib Kweli in Brooklyn!Posted by The Soul Rebels on Saturday, February 27, 2016 Photos by Bahram Foroughi (full gallery at the bottom): It’s always a party with the Soul Rebels! The New Orleans funk army brought a hip hop-heavy rager to Brooklyn Bowl last night for the second night of an exciting three-night run. Hip hop staples Talib Kweli and Joey joined for the latter part of the show. New Orleans bounce star Big Freedia joined during an encore of Talib’s “Get By” to close out the high-energy funky throwdown.Soul Rebels with Talib Kweli, Joey Badass, Big Freedia – “Get By”:center_img Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Vulfpeck Announces Five-Night Intercontinental Run Of Brooklyn Bowl Shows

first_imgBeloved funky rockers Vulfpeck have some new dates on the books, as the Michigan-based group has announced a five-night run throughout September at two Brooklyn Bowls. The group will hit the Brooklyn Bowl in New York for three nights, on September 8-10, before heading over to London for two nights, on September 16th and 17th.The band is fresh off of their performance at Fool’s Paradise, which saw them include special guests like Cory Henry, Adam Deitch, Ryan Zoidis, Eric Krasno and more for two great sets of music. You can watch highlights here. The group also has sets planned for Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, North Coast Music Festival and so many more.Tickets will go on sale by April 22nd, and can be found here. Show details can be seen on the poster below:last_img read more

Watch Dean Ween Perform ‘The Mollusk’ With Claypool Lennon Delirium

first_imgLast night, the Claypool Lennon Delirium tore the roof off The Fillmore in Philadelphia, just one night after Yoko Ono made her appearance with the psychedelic rock band. The night’s setlist featured plenty of tracks from their debut release Monolith of Phobos, including both “Cricket & The Genie” movements, “Breath of a Salesman”, “Mr. Wright”, “Captain Lariat”, “Boomerang Baby”, and the title track itself. After a full tour with the new band, Les and Sean have slowly introduced more and more covers to their setlists, like The Beatles‘ “Tomorrow Never Knows”, King Krimson‘s “Thela Hun Ginjeet” and “In The Court of the King Crimson”, Yes‘s “Heart of the Sunrise”, Pink Floyd’s “Astronomy Domine”, and Claypool Frog Brigade‘s “Cosmic Highway”, all of which were played at last night’s live-streamed show. The evening also saw a double-Primus encore, with “Too Many Puppies” and “Southbound Pachyderm”, which included a “Pure Imagination” nod to Gene Wilder, to close a fantastic set. Additionally, with Dean Ween (or “Steve Ween”) in attendance, the Claypool Lennon Delirium introduced another cover, “The Mollusk”, the title track from Ween‘s 1997 release, about half-way through the night. While Les Claypool and Dean Ween have certainly played together before, most recently with Les joining The Dean Ween Group for “The Mollusk” during their opening set at The Capitol Theatre earlier this summer, this was the live debut for the reverse collaboration. Thanks to YouTube user Ross Marinaro, you can relive this glorious moment in the video below:For a different, balcony perspective, watch the below video, courtesy of 215music:Lennon Claypool Delirium 8/31/16 Setlist:Thela Hun Ginjeet (King Crimson cover)Cricket and the Genie (Movement I, The Delirium)Cricket and the Genie (Movement II, Oratio Di Cricket)Breath of a SalesmanThe Monolith of PhobosHeart of the Sunrise (Yes cover)Cosmic Highway (The Les Claypool Frog Brigade cover)Boomerang BabyThe Mollusk (Ween cover, with Dean Ween, live debut)Mr. WrightIn The Court of the Crimson King (King Crimson cover)Astronomy Domine (Pink Floyd cover)Captain Lariat)Tomorrow Never Knows (The Beatles cover)Encore:Too Many Puppies (Primus cover)Southbound Pachyderm (Primus cover, with “Pure Imagination” tease/end)[photo via @ryanpurcell5]last_img read more

Warren Haynes Finally Sits In With ZZ Top On Tour

first_imgEdit this setlist | More ZZ Top setlists[Photo via Gov’t Mule FB Page] Gov’t Mule and ZZ Top have been touring together for the last few days, with fans wondering just when a sit-in will occur. It finally happened last night, when the two bands brought their wares to the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, MO.After an opening set of Gov’t Mule classics, ZZ Top put together a hit parade setlist with a number of their rocking tunes. Guitarist Warren Haynes made his curtain call during ZZ Top’s encore, adding some firepower to the Elvis Presley classic, “Jailhouse Rock.”You can see Haynes with Billy Gibbons in the image below, and check out both bands’ full setlists below. Edit this setlist | More Gov’t Mule setlistslast_img read more

Soul Singer Charles Bradley Featured On Netflix’s Luke Cage Soundtrack [Listen]

first_imgThe new Netflix series, Marvel’s Luke Cage, which premiered this weekend, has an impressive soundtrack that was scored by A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed-Muhammed and fellow producer Adrian Younge. The soundtrack, which can be heard below via Spotify, features an impressive list of hip-hop, soul, R&B artists such as Charles Bradley, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, Nina Simone, Isaac Hayes, Mobb Deep, and Marvin Gaye, among a slew of others. Check out Charles Bradley’s impressive track “Ain’t A Sin” and the full soundtrack below:last_img read more

TAUK Shares Pro-Shot Live Video Of “Waver” From Terminal West Throwdown [Watch]

first_imgIt’s been a great year for TAUK, who recently released their 2016 album Sir Nebula. The progressive jam fusion group will continue turning heads throughout the fall, as they just kicked off an extensive tour last night in Pittsburgh. With dates scheduled from now through the end of the year, as well as a power-packed arsenal of new music from Sir Nebula, things are getting exciting in the world of TAUK!With the fall tour just underway, the band is building anticipation by showcasing some crisp pro-shot footage from a performance earlier this year. As the band was working on their new album, they made their way to famed Atlanta venue Terminal West for a sold-out showing. Once there, they broke out into “Waver,” one of the songs that would be featured on Sir Nebula.Says A.C., “Last night in Pittsburgh was dope! Much love to everybody who came out to support TAUK and our homies, Aqueous. Can’t believe we’re finally back on our own headlining tour and it feels great. Earlier this year we decided to road test some of our new songs before the release. It’s always exciting to share a new song with fans and feed off the live energy. Here’s one of the first performances of “Waver” off of our latest album . It was recordedat Terminal West in Atlanta, GA. See y’all down the road!”Watch the exclusive premiere of “Waver” from April 16th at Terminal West, streaming below.TAUK will spend the remainder of 2016 on the road, including an exciting show at the Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans, LA that features support from local funk aficionados Naughty Professor. More info about that show can be found here. The full tour schedule sees the band share the stage with bands like Earphorik, Lettuce, Yak Attack, Organ Freeman, Consider the Source, Teddy Midnight, Formula 5 and SO many more. Check out their tour dates below, and head to the TAUK website for more information.TAUK Tour Dates10/6/16 – Deluxe at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN w/ Earphorik10/7/16 – The Stache – Grand Rapids, MI w/ Earphorik, Everyday Junior10/8/16 – The Miramar Theatre – Milwaukee, WI w/ Earphorik10/9/16 – 2720 Cherokee – St. Louis, MO w/ The Heard10/12/16 – Blue Moose Tap House – Iowa City, IA w/ EGi10/13/16 – Waiting Room – Omaha, NE w/ Linear Symmetry10/14/16 – Aggie Theatre – Fort Collins, CO w/ The Runnikine, Moves at Midnight10/15/16 – The Fillmore – Denver, CO supporting Lettuce10/18/16 – The State Room – Salt Lake City, UT10/20/16 – Hangtown Music Festival – Placerville, CA10/21/16 – Hangtown Music Festival – Placerville, CA10/22/16 – Arcata Theatre Lounge – Arcata, CA w/ Helekinetic10/26/16 – HiFi Music Hall – Eugene, OR w/ Yak Attack10/27/16 – Volcanic Theatre Pub – Bend, OR w/ Yak Attack10/28/16 – Star Theater – Portland, OR w/ Aniana10/29/16 – Nectar Lounge – Seattle, WA10/30/16 – Wild Buffalo – Bellingham, WA w/ Snug Harbor11/2/16 – Moe’s Alley – Santa Cruz, CA w/ 7 Come 1111/3/16 – Velvet Jones – Santa Barbara, CA w/ Afishnsea11/4/16 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA w/ Organ Freeman11/5/16 – The Loft at UCSD – San Diego, CA w/ Bomb Squad11/6/16 – Last Exit Live – Phoenix, AZ w/ Jay Allan and the Uncommon Good11/9/16 – Three Links – Dallas, TX w/ MONTU11/10/16 – The Parish – Austin, TX w/ Mamafesta11/11/16 – Last Concert Cafe – Houston, TX w/ Naughty Professor11/12/16 – The Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA w/ Naughty Professor11/13/16 – Duling Hall – Jackson, MS w/ The Jag11/15/16 – Mavericks – Jacksonville, FL supporting Thievery Corporation11/16/16 – The Social – Orlando, FL w/ The Groove Orient11/17/16 – Crowbar – Tampa, FL w/ Serotonic11/18/16 – Variety Playhouse – Atlanta, GA w/ The Band Piano and Voodoo Visionary11/19/16 – New Mountain Theatre – Asheville, NC w/ Dynamo11/30/16 – Charleston Pour House – Charleston, SC12/1/16 – The Broadberry – Richmond, VA w/ Deaf Scene12/2/16 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD w/ Deaf Scene and Consider the Source12/3/16 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA w/ Consider the Source12/7/16 – The Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY w/ Consider the Source and The New Daze12/8/16 – Putnam Den – Saratoga Springs, NY w/ Formula 512/9/16 – Higher Ground – Burlington, VT w/ Formula 512/10/16 – The Outer Space (Ballroom) – Hamden, CT w/ Formula 5 and Teddy Midnight12/30/16 – State Theatre – Portland, ME supporting Lettuce12/31/16 – House of Blues – Boston, MA supporting Lettucelast_img read more

Phish Delivers Standout “Piper,” Honors Lynyrd Skynyrd In Jacksonville Debut

first_imgAfter opening their fall tour with two nights in Charleston, SC, shows that were filled with music from their recently-released album Big Boat, Phish continued their tour tonight with a classic-filled performance in Jacksonville, FL. While the Friday night tour opener brought some great jams, Saturday night’s performance was something of a hot-and-cold affair. Nevertheless, with a majority of their Big Boat songs already on the table (only “Running Out Of Time” has yet to be played), Phish made their way to the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville, FL for their first-ever performance in the city. The band mostly stuck to their classic material, treating fans to a standout Sunday show with many highlights throughout.Trey Anastasio opened the show with the winding riff of “Kill Devil Falls,” instantly reaching the crowd with some rock-influenced jamming. From there, the band broke into “The Moma Dance,” letting loose with a funk-infused dance party. Between “KDF” and “Moma,” the energy was riding high to start the night, and that trend only continued with “Back On The Train.” The band was locked and loaded, with Page McConnell getting a real workout on the clavinet through “Moma” and “Back On The Train.”Watch LivePhish’s official “Kill Devil Falls” video below.After the tight playing of “Back On The Train,” the funk fest continued with “Undermind.” The song featured an energetic and fun solo from Page on the organs, before Trey dropped into a echoing melody of his own. Phish closed out the song, before letting Mike Gordon take the lead vocals on the bluegrass-influenced “Nellie Kane.” The quick number ushered in a great rendition of “Stash”; though Trey flubbed a couple parts of the composed segments, the song’s jam portions were among the best.The set continued with the new Big Boat song “Petrichor,” a piece originally composed by Trey for an orchestra and recently adapted into the Phish canon. As the band continues to include the song in their setlists, fans continue to grow more comfortable and even, dare I say, excited for this ornate composition. With the song now played in two of the first three shows, it’s safe to say that “Petrichor” is here to stay on fall tour.Having successfully navigated their new song, Phish dove into an old classic called “Mike’s Song.” The “Mike’s” was energetic but short-lived, quickly slipping into another classic, “Bouncing Around The Room.” Fans sang along with the poppy upbeat number, and the set closed out with a great rocking version of “Weekapaug Groove.” With such a fun first set, there was no problem sharin’ in the groove.After the break, Phish cracked into the second half of their show with a rendition of Talking Heads’ “Crosseyed and Painless.” The version stayed tight and funky for the first ten minutes or so, led by Jon Fishman’s tried and true rhythm. before descending into darker territories.Watch LivePhish’s official video for “Crosseyed and Painless” below.As the jam waded into the ether, Trey hit the opening notes of “Steam.” It was Trey again who led the lingering funky “Steam” jam into the next song, “Piper.” The “Piper” jam was a bright one, with Page’s piano rolls feeding perfectly off of Trey’s soaring melodies. “Piper” was easily one of the most patient jams of the night, letting the tension build while Page laid down some synth lines. The band would reprise the “Crosseyed and Painless” refrain of “still waiting…” before rocking out to close the jam in style. Without a doubt, “Piper” was a true highlight of the night.Interestingly, it’s worth mentioning that these three songs were identical to those played during the second set at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on 9/4/16. The setlist diverged, however, as Phish kept their Jacksonville set going with “Wingsuit.” The cool-down moment built into a whirling crescendo, and the song’s high-energy jam led into two upbeat numbers in “Sparkle” and “The Wedge.” Page then got a chance to take the lead in “Wading In The Velvet Sea,” providing the set one last slower, more emotional moment.With time for one more song, the band turned things up with a set-closing “Run Like An Antelope” that again featured “Crosseyed” teases. The out-of-control ending capped off a great set of music, but the show wasn’t over just yet! Phish returned to the stage, where Trey thanked fans for coming to their first-ever performance in Jacksonville. He then spoke about the most famous band to come out of the city, Lynyrd Skynyrd, before performing their cover of the band’s “The Ballad Of Curtis Loew.” It was “Character Zero” that would end the show, putting a rock n’ roll finish on a great night of music.Phish will take Monday off, before opening up a two night run in Nashville on October 18th. Check out the setlist below, courtesy of Phish.net, as well as a full gallery from Joey Pye of Staged Right Photography and Design.Setlist: Phish at Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Jacksonville, FL – 10/16/16Set 1: Kill Devil Falls, The Moma Dance > Back on the Train, Undermind, Nellie Kane, Stash, Petrichor, Mike’s Song > Bouncing Around the Room > Weekapaug GrooveSet 2: Crosseyed and Painless > Steam > Piper > Wingsuit, Sparkle > The Wedge, Wading In The Velvet Sea > Run Like An AntelopeEncore: The Ballad of Curtis Loew > Character Zero Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Dopapod & Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Bring Jams To Ann Arbor [Setlist/Gallery]

first_imgThough the Dopapod and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong tour is nearing its conclusion, that hasn’t stopped these two bands from putting on some outrageous performances at the end of the tour. The two groups brought their jams to The Blind Pig in Ann Arbor, MI last Wednesday, December 14th, going back-to-back for a fun filled performance.Pigeons opened the show up with their funky brand of jams, delivering hit after hit to get the party going. Dopapod then followed, treating fans to a rare cover of Jimmy Herring’s “Scapegoat Blues” amid a set of original tunes. They ended off the night with one of their fan favorites, “Trapper Keeper.”Check out the setlists below, as well as a full gallery by Phierce Photo.Setlist: Pigeons Playing Ping Pong | Blind Pig | Ann Arbor, MI | 12/14/16Set: Porcupine, Fortress, Melting Lights > Live It Up, Burning Up My Time > Tubthumping > Burning Up My Time > Doc, Whoopie, Landing > Drums > The Liquid, Julia > Mario > Julia, Ocean FlowsSetlist: Dopapod | Blind Pig | Ann Arbor, MI | 12/14/16Set: 8 Years Ended, Vol 3 #86, Scapegoat Blues%, Bubble Brain, Cure, New James, Present Ghosts, Nerds, French Bowling -> Mudwalkin’ -> French BowlingE: Trapper Keeper% = Jimmy Herring Band cover. Load remaining imageslast_img read more

Listen To The Biscuits Get Spooky Performing At A Haunted Lodge Eighteen Years Ago Today [Full Audio]

first_imgBack in 1999 on this date, The Disco Biscuits were gearing up to hit the Brookdale Lodge in Brookdale, California. The Brookdale Lodge has gained notoriety as a hotspot for paranormal encounters, and during their performance eighteen years ago, The Disco Biscuits honored the space’s haunted vibes with a spooky and spacey night of their early music.To open the show, the banter kicking off the night posed these questions to the crowd, “In this set of Disco Biscuits music, we’re endeavoring to answer the age old question, can the ghosts, not only can they see you physically, but can they read your mind? Can they read your every thought as you run from them or try to make peace with them?” Following this, the band kicked off a twenty-two-minute “Magellan” followed by “Eulogy” before dropping into a fifty-minute jam sequence featuring “Basis For A Day” into “Shem-Rah Boo” to round out the four-song first set. In set two, the majority of the set was encompassed in a “Nughuffer” sandwich, before throwing it back to the show opener, “Magellan,” with the live debut of the song’s reprise.You can listen to pristine audio from that show below, courtesy of Rich Steele.last_img read more

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