Entries tagged with: The Walking Dead
by Bill Pearis
Despite what it sometimes seems like by reading music sites like this one, most people are not in Austin for SXSW (and that includes the person writing this post). However, if you would like to follow along at home, you can do so this year via SXSW ON, which is streaming panel discussions, special presentations and live music front the fest non-stop no through Saturday night (3/21). Much of that is live streaming, such as Spoon live from Auditorium Shores on Thursday (3/19) at 8 PM CDT, a panel discussion with The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman on Friday (3/20) at 3 PM CDT, and Swervedriver and The Church live from Emo's on Saturday (3/21) starting at 10 PM CDT.
You can view SXSW ON on via YouTube and on Roku too. The YouTube stream and list of daily programming highlights are below...
sing it, Ellen!
As you probably know Sleater-Kinney's terrific new album, No Cities to Love, is out next week which you can listen to over at NPR if you haven't yet. Sub Pop just posted a video of a lot of famous people singing along to its title track. Folks like Andy Samberg, Gerard Way, Ellen Page, Sarah Silverman, The Walking Dead's Norman Reedus, Miranda July, J Mascis, Natasha Lyonne, Friday Night Lights / Nashville star Connie Britton, Fred Armisen (of course) and lots more. Watch it below.
Sleater-Kinney will be in NYC on Friday (1/16) to be interviewed by Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson of Broad City (you can leave questions you want answered). They return next month for two sold out shows at Terminal 5.
Couldn't make it in person to any of the PaleyFest events this week? You're in luck because they're all streaming live and archived online. The Wire cast reunion hits at 7:30pm EST tonight, and meanwhile you can already watch the ones with The Walking Dead, Bob's Burgers, Law & Order SVU, Archer, Modern Family and others.
Omar comin'...Bunk too
In the words of Senator Clay Davis, well sheeeiiiit! The cast and creators of The Wire are reuniting for a retrospective/Q&A for the 2014 Paleyfest on October 16 at The Paley Center for Media in NYC. In attendance will be creator David Simon, producer Nina Noble, and cast members Wendell Pierce (Bunk), Sonja Sohn (Greggs), Michael Kenneth Williams (Omar), Seth Gilliam (Carter), Jim True-Frost (Prez), John Doman (Rawls), Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (D'Angelo Barksdale), and Jamie Hector (Marlo). There will also be a special video introduction by Dominick West (McNulty) and the panel will be moderated by popular TV critic Alan Sepinwall. Tickets go on sale Tuesday (10/7) at 10 AM.
This year's Paleyfest goes from October 11 - 19 and also has panels with cast/creators of shows Hannibal (10/18), Law & Order SVU (10/13), The Walking Dead (10/11), Gotham (10/18), Archer (10/12), Bob's Burgers (10/15), and more. Tickets are on sale, and full 2015 Paleyfest lineup below...
sign at Death by Audio via @andrewstclair
Following 285 Kent's lead, as of October 1, 2012, five-year-old Williamsburg DIY spot Death by Audio is now a NO SMOKING venue. Our clothes thank you.
Speaking of, Great Design says S. 2nd & Kent is "Where Sound is Born." No show at DbA tonight, btw.
You can also make money off the new Death Grips album.
Speaking of BitTorrent and Death Grips, the rap-noise crew are the most downloaded artist on BitTorrent for the first half of 2012, with over 34 million downloads, beating Counting Crows, DJ Shadow, and Pretty Lights.
Happy Birthday to Talib Kweli (37), Gwen Stefani (43), Tommy Lee (50) and Lindsey Buckingham (61).
We premiered a new Riverboat Gamblers video on BV Austin.
You can stream the new Converge record in full.
Touche Amore do a great cover of The Replacements' "Unsatisfied" for their new split with The Casket Lottery (out now on No Sleep Records). Meanwhile, The Casket Lottery offer their take on Beach House's "Myth." Stream the entire release (both bands offer an original song as well) at the No Sleep Bandcamp.
Legendary black metal crew Von, widely considered to be the first US black metal band, have released a new song (!) in "Jesus Stain" from their upcoming Satanic Blood due on Oct 31. Stream that track below courtesy of Decibel Magazine.
Meanwhile you can catch Silver Apples at Public Assembly.
Then you can catch Silver Apples at 92YTribeca.
Help save the Historic Slave Theater in Bed-Stuy.
More stuff below...
AMC series 'The Walking Dead' is finally getting a 2nd season starting October 16th, and the zombie-filled trailer is awesomely soundtracked with Wye Oak. You can watch it below...