HCTF review of Welcome To The Future.
September 29, 2016
September 28, 2016
Watch the new Living Colour video for Who Shot Ya? The Notorious B.I.G cover is the title track from their new EP. They recorded it to express their anger about the recent shootings in the USA.
They will play at the Epcot Int'l Food & Wine Fest in Orlando, before heading out to Europe for a lengthy club tour sharing the stage with Glenn Hughes.USA dates:
- 10/28 Epcot Int'l Food & Wine Fest, Orlando, FL
- 10/29 Epcot Int'l Food & Wine Fest, Orlando, FL
- 11/08 Assembly, Leamington Spa, UK
- 11/09 Wulfrun, Wolverhampton, UK
- 11/11 Riverside w/ Glenn Hughes Newcastle, UK
- 11/12 Hard Rock Hell Pwllheli, Gwynnd, Wales
- 11/14 Rescue Room, Nottingham, UK
- 11/15 O2 ABC, Glasgow, Scotland
- 11/17 O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
- 11/19 Junction, Cambridge, UK
- 11/20 O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, London, UK
- 11/22 LKA, Stuttgart, Germany
- 11/23 Meet Factory, Prague, Czech Republic
- 11/25 Kofmehl, Solothurn, Switzerland
- 11/26 Zona Roveri, Bologna, Italy
- 11/28 Orion, Rome, Italy
- 11/29 Live Club, Milan, Italy
- 12/01 Turbinenhalle, Oberhausen, Germany
- 12/02 Metropool, Hengelo, Netherlands
- 12/04 Haarlem, Patronaat, Netherlands
- 12/05 Essigfabrik, Cologne, Germany
- 12/07 Garage, Saarbrucken, Germany
- 12/08 Le Forum, Vaureal, France
- 12/10 Totem, Pamplona, Spain
- 12/11 Razz 2, Barcelona, Spain
- 12/13 Custom Club, Seville, Spain
- 12/14 Sala Vistalegre, Madrid, Spain
September 27, 2016
Phish takes over NYC's Madison Square Garden again for a four-night New Year’s Run (12-28/12-31):
Phish returns to New York at the end of the year to celebrate New Year’s Eve with a four night run at Madison Square Garden, beginning Wednesday, December 28th through Saturday, December 31st. The four shows will bring the band’s total performances at the world famous arena to 40 in the years since their MSG debut in December 1994. As with Phish’s two prior MSG runs, all floor tickets will be general admission.
Finnish progressive rock duo Grus Paridae have a new single, the sprawling Forthcoming Nonintellectual Decadence. Petteri Kurki and Rami Turtiainen are both multi-instrumentalists, playing guitar, bass, synths and drums. Add programming skills and they come close to create the sound of a full band with just the two of them. One thing was missing, however. They enlisted Jarno Koivunen to play the violin, who he also played a bit of guitar while he was at it.
Forthcoming Nonintellectual Decadence paints a picture of a rather bleak, dystopian future. Disintegration looms, while the children keep dancing, unaware of the impending catastrophe. Prog isn't a particularly optimistic genre and Grus Paridae joins the bands depicting an alternate universe that may be actually real. While their previous single Passes By b/w Inheritance of Devotion sounded good, but lacked focus, this foray into orchestral grandeur should be able to cause a stir in their niche.
Forthcoming Nonintellectual Decadence is a self-released single.
HCTF review of Passes By b/w Inheritance of Devotion.
Amber Kamminga, a Dutch country singer, ups the ante on her second single Getting To Know You. To love a genre that is quintessentially American is one thing, the ability to write a track that can stand its ground is another and she pulled it off admirably. Her happy-sad vocals are a perfect fit for telling a tale about a bunch of not particularly successful tinderdates.
Amber Kamminga: guitar, vocals
Dave Neijsen: electric guitar
Pascal Keyner: bass
Jasper Schalks: banjo
Daan Moerkens: drums
Getting To Know You is a self-released single. Buy it from iTunes.