Rhys Chatham, William Basinski, Oneida, and more added to Deerhunter-curated ATP lineup

Rhys Chatham, William Basinski, Oneida, and more added to Deerhunter-curated ATP lineup http://www.tinymixtapes.com/sites/default/files/1301/news-13-01-deerhunter-atp-rhys-chatham-william-basinski-oneida.jpg

If you like Deerhunter (and more specifically Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox), then the upcoming Deerhunter-helmed ATP in Camber Sands, UK (June 21-23) is the must-see show for you this year. The Quietus is reporting that the curators will perform their three studio albums in their entirety (2007’s Cryptograms, 2008’s Microcastle, and 2010’s Halcyon Digest), Atlas Sound will do a set, and Atlas Sound collaborator Laetitia Sadier of Stereolab is also on the bill. Put on your fanciest sun dress and swing from the rafters in joy!

If that wasn’t enough, though, a who’s who of clear Deerhunter-influencers will also be on board, including The Breeders shambling their way through Last Splash, Wiliam Basinski recreating his Disintegration Loops, Kim Gordon performing with longtime collaborate Ikue Mori, Tom Tom Club, Rhys Chatham with Oneida, Pere Ubu, Dan Deacon, Avey Tare, Blues Control, former Talking Head Tina Weymouth, members of Broadcast, and more. It’s kind of a really good lineup.

Can’t make it to the UK this summer? Bummer, man. Maybe you can have a friend do a fake British accent while you listen to Microcastle on shitty headphones in a loud room? Just close your eyes and it’ll be like you’re there.

• ATP: http://www.atpfestival.com
• Deerhunter: http://deerhuntertheband.blogspot.com

Lil B not performing at the Grammys. #wrong #cruel #shameonCBS #bitchmob #taskforce #pinkflame

Well fuck. I’m gonna make this quick. Looks like Lil B won’t be performing at the Grammys after all. He wasn’t selected as a finalist in CBS’ “Gig of a Lifetime” contest, which Nobodaddy was really hyping the other day. Word over at p4k is that Lil B might have been removed from the competition before CBS even announced the winners of his region. Did the pop-punk kids who beat him rig the whole thing?

Maybe.

But probably not.

I’m done here. My internet connection sucks, and so does bad news.

• Lil B: https://twitter.com/LILBTHEBASEDGOD

William Basinski and Richard Chartier hold hands and wait for the sun to rise on their next release, Aurora Liminalis

While the world (or just people with really really excellent taste in music) dutifully awaits the release of William Basinski’s next full-length album Nocturnes, one’s affinity for gradual, hypnotic tones must not go unfulfilled. I’m talking about really gradual — the type of gradual where (because it’s so gradual), you don’t realize how gradual the tones actually are, until silence marks the end of the recording. You started listening to the album on a Tuesday in the winter, and by the time it’s finished, it’s the second Twednesday of August, in the year 3144. That’s right, the music was so gradual and immersive that, unbeknownst to you, it coincided not only with magnificent medical breakthroughs, but also the invention of a new day of the week: Twednesday.

Hyperbole aside, the first collaborative album between William Basinski and microsound musician Richard Chartier, released in 2004, certainly blurred the occasionally indistinct line between ambient and drone. Can we expect the same for their upcoming release, Aurora Liminalis, due out next month? The official description from Chartier’s own LINE imprint suggests… oh god, yes: “Disintegrating spatial shifts incorporating the two artists’ distinct sonic palettes mesh to create a slow, deep ebb and flow… like some melting spectral transmission.” Listen to the clip below, and feel free to get your preliminary melt on.

Aurora Liminalis tracklisting:

01. Aurora Liminalis

• William Basinski: http://www.mmlxii.com
• Richard Chartier: http://www.3particles.com
• LINE: http://www.lineimprint.com

Herbcraft announces The Astral Body Electric and releases a track, and they’d like to help you redecorate your house

I know you’ve got some spare herbs lying around somewhere. How about artfully arranging a few sprigs of lavender in a mason jar to use as a nice centerpiece for your kitchen table? Or maybe you could hang it from the ceiling as an organic chandelier? Or, if you want to keep it simple, maybe just glue some mint leaves and basil leaves to a wooden picture frame?

Matt Lajoie and the other members of Herbcraft recently spent some time hanging out in an 18th-century New England barn, and when they weren’t gluing or painting or découpaging, they recorded a few songs. The Astral Body Electric will be Herbcraft’s third LP, and it’s no longer just Matt Lajoie playing freaky psychedelic tunes on his guitar. Dawn Aquarius plays organ, Nicholas Barker’s on drums and synth, Corinna Taylor plays flute and bass, and Doug Tuttle (of Mmoss) recorded their tunes directly to tape. He contributed to the group vocals too, as did Aaron Neveu (of Woods). Matt Valentine (of MV&EE) mastered the album, and everyone helped stitch stalks of rosemary to make lampshades and scrapbook covers.

The Astral Body Electric will be out March 5 on Woodsist, and you can check out “No Land” below to hear a few minutes of Herbcraft’s semi-improvised kaleidoscopic world. Stay tuned for craft tips from the band.

The Astral Body Electric tracklist:

01. Mother’s Gate (Shambhala)
02. A Knock at the Door in Your Mind
03. Impermanence
04. No Land
05. The Body Electric
06. Full Circle (Eternally)

• Herbcraft: http://herbcraft.bandcamp.com
• Woodsist: http://www.woodsist.com

Clinic’s Free Reign to be repackaged with alternate Daniel Lopatin mixes as… drumroll… Free Reign II

I’ll be honest here; I’ve never really been sure of how “Oneohtrix” is supposed to be pronounced out-loud, so I’ve literally avoided saying it whenever I talk about him. Luckily for me, I don’t have to pronounce it out loud to tell you that there’s some sweet news on the horizon for those of you who LOOOOOOOOVE you some Oneohtrix (which, if you’re reading this site, is probably you) but couldn’t give two shits about Clinic’s latest album Free Reign (which, again, if you’re reading this site, might be you)! Turns out that Daniel “the Guy from Oneohtrix Point Never” Lopatin has remixed the entirety of Free Reign left a few unused mixes with the band when he undertook mixing the original album in the hopes of eventually coaxing that second shit out of you after all!

Seems like a huge undertaking, even for a badass with a clearly unpronounceable name like Lopatin. I guess when I think about it that way… he doesn’t deserve any adulation whatsoever and is a total hack! Besides, he obviously didn’t have any spare time to think up a great title. Because it’s just called Free Reign II. So there. Dude’s not so great, is he?

Now Free Reign is being repackaged with Lopatin’s alternate mixes, and it’ll be out February 25 via Domino. Or as I like to pronounce it, “Dominohtrix.”

Free Reign II tracklist:

01. Sun & the Moon II
02. You II
03. King Kong II
04. For the Season II
05. Miss You II
06. Cosmic Radiation II
07. Seamless Boogie Woogie 10 pm BBC2 RPT II
08. See Saw II
09. Misty II
10. Done & Dusted II

• Oneohtrix Point Never: http://www.pointnever.com
• Clinic: http://www.clinicvoot.org
• Domino: http://www.dominorecordco.us

Aesop Rock postpones January dates, announces February dates to make-up for previously postponed dates, the cycle continues on

Aesop Rock is a man with poor luck, at least as of late. First, his excellent 2012 record Skelethon (TMT Review) on Rhymesayers didn’t get quite the attention it deserves. Go listen to Skelethon. Second, his East Coast dates last fall were postponed due to Hurricane Sandy. Hardly the worst thing to come from that storm, but a bad thing nonetheless. Now, his West Coast dates this month have to be postponed as well, due to the rapper suffering a broken rib in a recent accident. The shows, which featured Aesop Rock performing with Rob Sonic and DJ Big Wiz and a supporting slot from Busdriver, will be rescheduled for later in the year. All ticketholders should contact their respective venue for information on a refund.

“As one tour is postponed, another’s rescheduled dates loom on the horizon” — Plato or some other old guy. Remember how, roughly five sentences ago, I mentioned those postponed dates from last fall? Well, those dates have been rescheduled. Aesop Rock, assumedly with a recovered rib, will be going on tour through the Northeast and Midwest this February. Those tickets are on sale now. If you are distraught about the West Coast cancellations and have to see Aesop Rock in the next two months, you could always buy a ticket for one of those shows and then relocate to the East Coast. NOTE: please do not drastically alter your life on my suggestion, I take no responsibility for your terrible decisions.

Aesop Rock dates:

01.19.13 - Oakland, CA - The New Parish
01.21.13 - Ashland, OR - Ashland Armory
01.24.13 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater
01.25.13 - Seattle, WA - Neumos
01.26.13 - Vancouver, BC - The Venue
01.28.13 - Missoula, MT - The Palace Lounge
01.30.13 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Depot
02.06.13 - Baltimore, MD - Soundstage
02.08.13 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
02.09.13 - New York City, NY - Irving Plaza
02.11.13 - New Haven, CT - Toad’s Place
02.12.13 - Boston, MA - Paradise
02.13.13 - Pawtucket, RI - The Met
02.15.13 - Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
02.16.13 - North Hampton, MA - Pearl Street
02.18.13 - Cleveland Heights, OH - Grog Shop
02.19.13 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar
02.20.13 - Newport, KY - Thompson House

• Aesop Rock: http://www.aesoprock.com
• Rhymesayers: http://rhymesayers.com

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