Hailing from North West Indiana, Native is comprised of four friends who came together after realizing they were each the most serious about music in each of their former high school bands. The guys decided to retire their childhood groups and instead come together to form Native in the Summer of 2007. Word of mouth [...]
Entries Tagged ‘Fugazi’
After letting audio tapes for more than 800 shows languish in a closet for years, Fugazi has begun putting them all on its Web site, with the first batch of 130 shows going up next Thursday. The Fugazi Live Series is now in beta and officially launches on December 1.
TV on the Radio covered Fugazi at Pitchfork. Amazing: Guided By Voices did “Echoes Myron” with Neko Case:
Members of Doomtree have released their recently promised mashup featuring Fugazi mixed with Wu-Tang Clan titled Wugazi. Grab the album here.
Hip hop collective Doomtree have announced plans for a homage project entitled Wugazi (Fugazi mixed with Wu Tang Clan). The project will be titled 13 Chambers and is scheduled to be released on July 13.
Gregg Gillis of Girl Talk spoke to Pitchfork about how work is progressing on the follow up to Feed the Animals. The follow up will feature samples from Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Supergrass, Fugazi, Modern English, Black Sabbath, Soulja Boy and Aphex Twin among others. Check out the interview here.
Fugazi fan-site World Of Fugazi spoke to Fugazi co-vocalist Guy Picciotto who confirmed that the band is nearing the end of a lengthy project to digitize their complete live archive. Guy said this: “We are not that far away from being able to set up our own website where ultimately almost every show we ever [...]
Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante has apparently left the LA funk rockers for the second time. He has been replaced by his longtime solo collaborator Josh Klinghoffer, who worked on many of Frusciante’s prolific solo records, as well as recorded alongside Frusciante and Fugazi bassist Joe Lally under the name Ataxia. An anonymous source states: [...]
Legendary musician Ian Mackaye recently granted a rare interview to Sound of Young America. In the interview, Mackaye discusses “all things music, punk rock, popular culture and his philosophies there within.” I caught this on inflight radio recently and it is really, really good. He covers a lot of ground, including talking about touring with [...]
Dischord Records has sent out an update on progress as they reissue much of their catalogue on vinyl. “Beginning last November, the label began the process of bringing the production of our entire catalog back to the USA from Europe. Doing so required that we re-cut and replace the metalwork for each album and the [...]