friday night vids :: Nirvana with Joan Jett + Screaming Females + SLOTHRUST + Sole & DJ Pain1 + Bleeding Rainbow + Priests + Clipd Beaks

April 11th, 2014

For your streaming pleasure, here is the next installment of Friday Night Vids for the year numbered 2014.
Streamable: Smells Like Teen Spirit (Live at Saint Vitus) (youtube) by Nirvana with Joan Jett

Streamable: Boyfriend (Live) (youtube) by Screaming Females

Streamable: No Eye Candy (youtube) by SLOTHRUST

Streamable: Fuck Alex Jones (youtube) by Sole & DJ Pain1

Streamable: Images & Out of Line (Live Session at Four Foot Studios) (youtube) by Bleeding Rainbow

Streamable: Live @ Death by Audio (youtube) by Priests

(as seen)
Streamable: Tied Sky (vimeo) by Clipd Beaks

(as seen)
If you like what you see/hear you should probably purchase music from the above artists at any of these fine online retailers or your local independent record store or better yet buy directly from the band next time you go out to a show:

Insound | eMusic | Other Music
You can always watch more (live) music video @ the GIMMETINNITUSTUBE Channel and the GIMME TINNITUS Vimeo, but frankly I have been to lazy to record whole songs at shows recently, so you might as well go to the GT Vine.

Friday Night Vids

mp3 :: Curelight Wounds > Silver Sand

April 11th, 2014

Brooklyn’s own Curelight Wounds is getting their latest EP ready for release on April 22nd. It sounds like it’s gonna be a swirling, driving, psychedelic ride. Here is the first track off of said new EP.


Downloadable: Silver Sand (mp3)

While you are at it, head over the Curelight Wounds bandcamp and check out their earlier EPs, Clearest View and 4.

Hopefully, Curelight Wounds will play some shows in the not-too-distant future.

Curelight Wounds are on Bandcamp
Curelight Wounds are on Facebook
Curelight Wounds are on Soundcloud
Curelight Wounds are on Twitter
Curelight Wounds are on Hype Machine

BONUS: Clearest View (mp3)

silver sands by curelight wounds

audio stream :: Stagnant Pools > Intentions

April 10th, 2014

Stagnant Pools are Bryan and Douglass Enas and they are getting ready to release their follow up to 2012′s killer Temporary Room. The new LP is called Geist and it comes out on June 10th via Polyvinyl. Here is the first track off of Geist to hit the internets.


Streamable: Intentions (soundcloud)

You can preorder Geist @

Stagnant Pools are going on tour in June. Check the dates @

Stagnant Pools is on the internet
Stagnant Pools is on Bandcamp
Stagnant Pools is on Twitter
Stagnant Pools is on Soundcloud
Stagnant Pools is on Facebook
Stagnant Pools is on Hype Machine
Stagnant Pools is on Polyvinyl
Stagnant Pools is on Insound
Stagnant Pools is on eMusic

Real Lies (mp3)
Dead Sailor (mp3)


q and also a :: Daniel Klag

April 9th, 2014

And now, the latest q and also a. Here are the answers of ambient sound artist Daniel Klag.

q: What is the last song you (really) heard?

My wife recently bought me the LP of the Fantastic Planet soundtrack. I’ve been listening to it a lot lately, especially “Le Bracelet.” Such bizarre music, yet it perfectly complements the (equally bizarre) visuals of the movie.

q: What is your most common reaction to hearing your own music?

I tend not to listen to my own music once it has been released. But while I am still in the process of recording new music, I will listen to half-finished tracks over and over again during my morning commute, looking for any flaws and trying to decide whether I am happy with the recording or not. Through this process, a lot of tracks end up getting revisited or trashed. If I were to listen closely to my music after it has been released, I would have this perpetual desire to want to go back and refine/re-record things.

q: What is your favorite artist/band to see live?

Probably No Neck Blues Band. It has been a couple of years since I last saw them; I’m not even sure they are still performing these days. Every time I have seen them live, it has been completely different experience from the previous time, yet never disappointing. “Always different, always the same,” as John Peel said of The Fall.

q: What is your favorite venue (in NYC, if applicable)?

I have always had a lot of love for the Silent Barn. My wife and I had one of our first dates at the old location; I will never forget the feeling of excitement we had, dancing atop the Silent Barn kitchen table. I am really glad that the Silent Barn dudes have been so successful in the new location – usually when a DIY space shuts down, you never hear from them again.

q: What piece(s) of culture are you really really excited about right now?

I’m currently excited about the “cassette renaissance” that we seem to be in the midst of right now. I think there is no way that this trend will last, nor do I think it will be as far-reaching as the comeback of vinyl has been. For the time being, however, cassettes are a great way for musicians to create a physical product inexpensively, while also offering something that shows the kind of care and consideration that you are unable to get from burned CD-Rs. I am continually surprised to see people’s interest in this medium. At the last few shows I have played, my tapes have been selling more than my records!

q: Anything we should know about your latest project (whatever that might be)?

I have a new album, Twin Labyrinths, coming on April 22. The album is an extension of my last album Inner Earth (2013, Constellation Tatsu); I continue to use guitar and vibraphone samples to build ambient sounds. The album’s title comes from a short story by Borges, which communicates the idea that labyrinths come in many forms. For me, a labyrinth does not need to be a physical construct; the aim of this album was to create a sound space that one could get lost in. You can pre-order a cassette or stream the album here.

Streamable: Twin Labyrinths (bandcamp)

You can preorder the Twin Labyrinths cassette at

Daniel Klag is on Bandcamp
Daniel Klag is on Facebook
Daniel Klag is on Twitter
Daniel Klag is on Hype Machine
Daniel Klag is on Miscreant Records
Daniel Klag is on Constellation Tatsu
Daniel Klag is on La Station Radar
Daniel Klag is on AMDICS
Daniel Klag is on Insound
Daniel Klag is on eMusic – not available in US :(

BONUS: Moth Wings (mp3)

twin labyrinths

mp3s :: GIMME TINNITUS Radio Time > March 30, 2014

April 7th, 2014

This here is the first GIMME TINNITUS Radio Time internet radio show where Sleepies stop by to show you what great taste in music they have.

sleepies at newtown radio

So, you can play the whole show below or some of the individual tracks using the tiny play buttons next to each mp3 link, OR you can stream the whole page using the streampad player at the bottom of the page, OR you can just download any or all of the mp3s at your leisure and play them using a digital media player of your choice.


Downloadable: GTRT 03-30-14 :: GIMME TINNITUS Radio Time (mp3)

The Playlist:

  1. Born For A Short Time by The Mae Shi
  2. Plant Life by Sleepies
  3. Cables by Big Black
  4. Order In The Court by Odonis Odonis
  5. Soup Is Good Food by Dead Kennedys
  6. Human Cannonball by Butthole Surfers
  7. Violence by CRETIN GIRLS
  8. Mind Your Own Business by Delta 5
  9. Government Center by The Modern Lovers

    Josh Played

  11. The Monochrome Set (I Presume) by The Monochrome Set
  12. tappy (mp3) by SCANTRON
  13. Tango Whiskeyman by Can
  14. She Lives (In a Time of Her Own) by 13th Floor Elevators
  15. Botaram Tanta Fumaça by Tom Zé
  16. How We Connect by Dog Faced Hermans
  17. Max Played

  18. World Destruction (feat. John Lydon) [Mix A] [Mix A] (youtube) by Time Zone
  19. Warchild by B L A C K I E
  20. Singing Arc (mp3) by Yi
  21. Radio Off (mp3) by Full Moon Partisans
  22. Riot by Basement 5
  23. The Prince Is Coming by Araab Muzik
  24. Tom Played

  25. Picture of (mp3) by Bennio Qwerty
  26. Wise Acre by Beth Israel
  27. Holla x2 by The Doppelgangaz
  28. From the Air by Laurie Anderson
  29. Flowers of Romance by Public Image Ltd.
  30. Patchwork by Laurie Spiegel

  32. Elizabeth Montgomery’s Face by The Embarrassment
  33. The Fish Needs A Bike by Blurt
  34. Mr President by Geronimo!
  35. Fiction Friction by Unwound
  36. Cassavettes (Albini demo) by Fugazi
  37. Romeo by Wipers (skipped)
  38. Killer McHann by The Jesus Lizard
  39. Pay To Play by Nirvana
  40. Off Duty Trip by The Raincoats
  41. Tour-Spiel by Minutemen
  42. Hologram by Urinals
  43. I Am The Fly by Wire
  44. On the Subway by Brian Reitzell & Roger Manning, Jr. (Playlist Error)
  45. Bad Mood by Helmet

The next show is on 4/13/14 @ 4PM EST.

Sleepies are on the internet
Sleepies are on Facebook
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Sleepies are on Bandcamp
Sleepies are on Soundcloud
Sleepies are on Big Cartel
Sleepies are on Hype Machine
Sleepies are on 16oh
Sleepies are on Godmode
Sleepies are on No Gods No Vegetables
Sleepies are on Amazon MP3
Sleepies are on eMusic

There is a GIMME TINNITUS tag @

Newtown Radio is on the internet
Newtown Radio is on Facebook
Newtown Radio is on Twitter
Newtown Radio is on Youtube
Newtown Radio is on Free Music Archive
Newtown Radio is on live365
Newtown Radio is on TuneIn
Newtown Radio is on ScrobbleAlong

If you want to download all the individual tracks in this post, you should probably think about installing the DownThemAll! or FlashGot Firefox extensions.

Also, if you like what you hear you should probably purchase music from the above artists at any of these fine online retailers (or your local independent record store):

Insound | eMusic | Other Music

And, if you haven’t done it already, make sure you check out the other GTRT episodes.