Our October 2018 playlist includes new tracks by Robyn, Miya Folick, Sharon Van Etten, Phosphorescent, Deerhunter, Steve Gunn, Jessica Pratt, Ty Segall, Esperanza Spalding, Beach House, Jamila Woods, Anderson .Paak, Thom Yorke, and more.
UK jazz keyboardist Kamaal Williams had a deserved breakthrough as one half of Yussef Kamaal with 2016's 'Black Focus,' which blended early '70s jazz-funk fusion with modern-day hip hop and electronic music. He followed that this year with his solo debut 'The Return,' which picks up right where 'Black Focus' left off...
Foo Fighters covered "Never Gonna Give You Up" with Ricky Astley and "Come Together" with Liam Gallagher and Aerosmith's Joe Perry during their headlining set at the one-day California festival, which also had sets from Queens of the Stone Age, The Kills, Bob Mould, Cage the Elephant, Japandroids, Babes in Toyland, Liam Gallagher, Bully, White Reaper, The Obsessed, Adia Victoria, and more.
Like everybody else, we were very sad to learn of Grant Hart's passing today and has had us thinking about his days in Hüsker Dü. It had BV contributor Greg Cristman thinking about Husker Du too and he shared with us never-before published photos Husker Du playing NYC's Peppermint Lounge on May 8, 1985...
The early years of '80s punk greats Hüsker Dü are being compiled on a new box set titled Savage Young Dü which is out via Numero Group in November. It includes the entirety of their studio recordings from 1979 - 1982, remastered from the original analog tapes.
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