Bobby Burns is a clever guy. He turned "Frozen" into a nightmare and has now filtered "Star Wars" through his Tarantino obsessed mind. You get all the tropes, fonts and Sam Jackson, but in a galaxy far enough away. Watch this and you may want to turn any of your favorite films into an ultra-violent western. It's what all movies in the future are built on. Then again, you could just pick up a Joseph Campbell book and dress up any basic narrative to fit your flavor. Check out the clip.
The Mau5'd one has announced a new album. Last year he called off his engagement to Kat Von D. Perhaps this will be a breakup album. 2014 seems like a great year to release break-up albums (looking at you, Coldplay). When it comes to mathematically nuanced album titles Deadmau5 is your guy. This new album will be called "While(1<2)." That has heartbreak written all over it, no?\
Talking about the album Deadmau5 said, "It's a good mix of shit I want to do versus shit people want to hear or what they would expect. It's a good balance. It's not like, 'Oh, it's such a departure. He's doing smooth jazz." This according to NME.
Anyway, the album will drop on June 17th in digital form with the physical version available a week later. Check out the preview below and share your thoughts.
From: Hunington Beach, CA
Duddy: My Favorite snack… Mini-Pies. I make these at home. They’re literally like thick apple pie, but really small. But it still looks exactly like an apple pie. I call them “Pieders.” Pie Sliders.
“Pieders, Where Every Day Is Your Cheap Day”
Duddy: I have bought the website and patented it [“Pieders”]. The world will know the joy of holding a pie in your hand and eating it without any silverware.
Old Rap Tapes
Duddy: It is literally like ten dudes in a garage, my dad built a soundproof room in our garage. …We would go there after parties… I had this little four-track, mini-disc recorder and a cashio keyboard. We would make the dumbest beats and everyone would have rap on the song.
Utah Reggae-Rock scene
Duddy: You[Salt Lake City], are more of a mountain town. And this more like beach music… Utah, especially, has an amazing scene for out type of music.
escpeccially, has an amazing scene for out type of music.
(Photo of Beck performing at the 2014 Coachella Music Festival by Corey O'Brien)
One of the most anticipated events of the Summer has finally been announced and here's the line-up!
July 10 Ms. Lauryn Hill & Thunder Cat
July 17 TV on the Radio & Twin Shadow
July 24 Charles Bradley and His Extraordinaires & The Budos Band
July 31 Wu-Tang Clan & Run the Jewels
August 7 Local Natives & TBA
August 14 Beck & Furture Islands
August 21 De La Soul & TBA
August 28 The Head and the Heart & TBA
The Twilight Concert Series is held Thusday nights in Pioneer Park in downtown Salt Lake City. Admission is $5 and tickets are on sale now by clicking here.
You can also visit the Twilight Concert page here.
-Corey O'Brien and on Twitter @coreyx96
(Photo by Danny Clinch used with permission from Nonesuch Records)
The Black Keys, whose new album, "Turn Blue" comes out on Tuesday (and you can listen to it early by clicking here), announced the "Turn Blue World Tour" and by gosh darn, Salt Lake made the cut. This is refreshing because The Black Keys are one of the best live bands around and because so many other bands like Nine Inch Nails and Kings of Leon have skipped us over on their recent tours (though I still light a candle they will announce SLC dates eventually).
Dan and Patrick announced their dates in a way that would make David Lynch proud. Check out the video below and get ready for turkey season with The Black Keys on November 12th at the Maverik Center. Not to mention the excellent Jake Bugg is their opener for the Salt Lake date. Tickets go on sale May 16th. That's next Thursday, so don't go and blow all you concert ticket money this weekend.
Also, catch The Black Keys on Saturday Night Live this weekend.
Here is the video for "Fever" in case you haven't gotten around to it:
Here is the complete list of tour dates in case you are a superfan and want to follow them around:
May 16-18 Gulf Shores, AL Hangout Music Fest
June 20 Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany Southside Festival
June 22 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival
June 24 Zagreb, Croatia Inmusic Festival
June 25 Pilton, U.K. Glastonbury
June 27 St. Gallen, Switzerland Open Air St. Gallen (sold out)
June 28 Beuningen, Holland Down The Rabbit Hole
July 2 Gdansk, Poland Open’er Festival
July 4 Pas-de-Calais, France Main Square Festival
July 5 Werchter, Belgium Festivalpark Werchter
July 6 Belfort, France Les Eurockennes
July 8 Rome, Italy Rock In Rome
July 11 Lisboa, Portugal Optimus Alive
July 12 Bilbao, Spain Bilbao – BBK Live
July 15 Nîmes, France Festival de Nîmes
July 17 Les Vieilles Charrues, France Les Vieilles Charrues
July 20 Suffolk, U.K. Latitude Festival
July 22 Nyon, Switzerland Paleo Festival
September 5 Columbus, OH Schottenstein Center*
September 6 Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena*
September 7 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena*
September 9 Milwaukee, WI BMO Harris Bradley Center*
September 10 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center*
September 12 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena*
September 13 Pittsburgh, PA CONSOL Energy Center*
September 14 Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena*
September 16 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre*
September 18 Montreal, QC Bell Centre*
September 20 Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center*
September 21 Boston, MA TD Garden*
September 24 Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center*
September 25 Washington, DC Verizon Center*
September 27 Chicago, IL United Center*
October 24 Minneapolis, MN Target Center†
October 25 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre†
October 27 Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome†
October 28 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place†
October 30 Vancouver, BC Pacific Coliseum†
October 31 Portland, OR Moda Center†
November 1 Seattle, WA KeyArena†
November 9 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl†
November 10 Phoenix, AZ U.S. Airways Center†
November 12 Salt Lake City, UT Maverik Center†
November 13 Denver, CO Pepsi Center†
November 15 Houston, TX Toyota Center†
November 16 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center†
December 4 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Arena‡
December 5 Raleigh, NC PNC Arena‡
December 6 Richmond, VA Richmond Colliseum‡
December 8 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena‡
December 9 St. Louis, MO Scottrade Center‡
December 11 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena‡
December 12 Charlotte, NC Time Warner Cable Arena‡
December 13 Greenville, SC Bon Secours Wellness Arena‡
December 15 Ft. Lauderdale, FL BB&T Center‡
December 16 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Times Forum‡
December 17 Orlando, FL Amway Center‡
December 19 Austin, TX Frank Erwin Center‡
December 20 Tulsa, OK BOK Center‡
December 21 Kansas City, MO Sprint Center‡ *with special guest Cage The Elephant †with special guest Jake Bugg ‡with special guest St. Vincent
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