The peculiar rock ensemble Sapat has a new record being releases today by Sophomore Lounge, called A Posthuman Guide to the Advent Calendar Origins of the Peep Show. Oookaay.
Here’s “Rock Track” from the new record
Will Ford at Louisville.com writes that My Morning Jacket has told Rolling Stone – in the current issue – that the band is back in the studio, working on two new albums. Read Ford’s summary or go buy a Rolling Stone.
Will Ford at Louisville.com has a bit of reportage about the abrupt closing of Mulligan’s, but with no real answers. Read it here.
Sponsors for this event include: B-Mart, J&J Old Louisville Music Shop, Music Go Round, Guitar Center, Stay Gold Tattoos, Imperial Tattoos, Kentucky Tattoos, Raw, Detoxify & Dr Dabber and WTFX & WQMF.
Here’s the schedule:
9:00- 9:40 Tim Vacancy
9:55- 10:30 Jayson William Allen
10:50- 11:25 Jon Hager
11:45- 12:30 Digg
1:00- 2:30 Mooseknuckle
7:30 -8:10 Old Soul Envy
8:30- 9:10 Johari
9:30- 10:10 Unleashed
10:30- 11:10 Maloik
11:30- 12:30 Grindstone
1:00- 1:50 Rock Brigade
2:10- 3:00 Punchdrunk
7:30 -8:10 Year Of The Gun
8:30- 9:10 Krosjoint
9:30- 10:10 16 Bones
10:30- 11:10 Signal The Revolution
11:30- 12:20 Zebras In Public
1:00- 1:45 Pantera cover band INFANTRY #333
2:10- 3:00 Bury The Wicked
The New Basement Tapes, a.k.a. the T-Bone Burnett
assembled supergroup that features Elvis Costello and members of My Morning Jacket, Mumford & Sons, Dawes and Carolina Chocolate Drops, were on The Jimmy Kimmel show, performing “Nothing To It,” from the new album Lost On The River , which features songs written by the various players, with lyrics from Bob Dylan’s The Basement Tapes period. How it all happened and how the group was assembled is along story: Read the Guardian’s version T