Plus: Comedian Michael Ian Black, Bayside (with Sincere Engineer, Incendiary, Sainthood Reps), Robert Glasper Blue Note guests (including Esperanza Spalding), They Might Be Giants, Tim & Eric, Bob Dylan and more tour news.
Japan's Cornelius came out of hibernation this year to release Mellow Waves, his first record in over a decade. As good as his records are, it's Cornelius' incredible audio-visual live show that really wows and he's just announced a North American tour...
This week's BrooklynVegan Blog Radio show on SiriusXMU is dedicated to the Eaux Claires Music and Arts Festival, as well as the 'Day of the Dead' compilation, and includes almost every artist that performed in Wisconsin this past weekend, as well as a few tracks from that Grateful Dead tribute album.
Cornelius's 1997 album Fantasma introduced the genre-defying Japanese artist (Keigo Oyamada) to most of the Western world with it's everything-in-a-blender style. Nearly 20 years later it still kinda sounds like it's from the future. (Or the '90s future some imagined Tokyo to be.) Originally released in the U.S. via Matador, Fantasma is getting reissued by Lefse Records...
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