Legendary keyboardist Herbie Hancock revealed some exciting news in a recent interview with The San Diego Union-Tribune. The genre-jumping jazz man told the Union-Tribune that he is currently working on a solo album of new music, which i…
For those that know me and the origins of ASIP, I’ve been a massive fan of Brock’s for years now. Just being able to get him to make a mix for the blog was one of my biggest achievements! We bonded over some pink beer (don’t ask) in Seattle when he performed for Substrata festival a few years ago, and continued to discuss all things music over email as time went on.
We’re both DJs at heart, and it was fascinating to hear Brock’s many stories—him throwing raves in fields and DJ’ing in basements at a time when the classic ‘house’ sound was still relatively new to the west coast of America. With our mutual passion for that sound, and talk of a release one day coming to fruition, Brock surprised me by asking if I’d like an Earth House Hold album for ASIP. At first, I was a little taken back, as I had never imagined Brock releasing a record under this alias on ASIP. But it was a no brainer for me personally; his first album as EEH is one of my all-time favorites, a truly underrated gem that any house head would love.
Brock started to send me some of the first tracks on the album, and it was startling to hear the progression he had in mind as one track followed the next. The album starts slow and druggy—not quite ambient music, but the same kind of feeling, and more and more instruments and elements become apparent as the album progresses. It’s one of those full listening session albums that you look back on and ask yourself where the hell you were for the last hour…. Brock has that ability to take you places.
Never Forget Us will be available on April 9th, in both transparent-blue (300 copies) and black (200 copies) X2LP vinyl editions, housed in a gatefold sleeve, including digital download card.
Note, more copies of both the Black and the Blue will be available at stores on release day, April 9th.
The Cure frontman Robert Smith has revealed his picks for this year’s Meltdown festival, and it’s a dream for fans of post-punk and alternative rock, delivering on Smith’s previous promise that the concert would be the “must-see event of the summer.”
The festival’s headliners will be Nine Inch Nails…
Longtime industrial band Combichrist has been touring the world in support of their 2016 studio album This is Where Death Begins. If you’ve never had to chance to catch Andy & Co. live, you’re getting your shot this spring.
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Title: Ain’t Nobody Here But Us ChickensArtist: ALPHONSO, Roland/THE MOONLIGHTERSLabel: Duke Reid’s JamaicaFormat: 7″ in hand-stamped sleeveTrack listing: – Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens – Bells Of Love