On January 2nd, Manimal Vinyl announced an upcoming 28-song David Bowie tribute album. The tracklist has since been revised, and will be released as a double-disc release of 32 covers. The album, titled Repetition – A Tribute to David Bowie, features Bowie classics covered by Duran Duran, Warpaint, Carla Bruni, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic [...]
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NEW SHOP ARRIVALS: FEB 1ST, 2010 -New Arrivals Nocando – Jimmy The Lock (MP3) Bobb Bruno – Dreamt On (CD) Mikki & The Mauses – The Problem With Male Sexualty (MP3) VUM – Strange Attractor (CD) Blue Jungle – Baby Don’t Cry (MP3) Jail Weddings – Inconvenient Dreams (MP3) Witch – Paralyzed (LP) Valient Thorr [...]
December 19th, 2009 · No Comments
How many times have you been at a concert thinking, “You know what this show could use? Some SCIENCE!” Well the Natural History Museum and Spaceland Productions just confirmed the 2010 season of First Fridays, featuring guided tours, scientific discussions, and live music. January and February are scheduled like so: January 8, 2010: “Spiders” with [...]
October 22nd, 2009 · 1 Comment
We interviewed Warpaint way way back (while at least one of them was driving around in a convertible, if memory serves) and you can read that here while you enjoy their brand-new video for “Stars” off their Exquisite Corpse EP out now on Manimal!
October 3rd, 2009 · 11 Comments
Manimal Records owner Paul Beahan is hosting the 2nd annual Manimal Festival today and tomorrow in Joshua Tree with 20 bands including Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Hecuba, Warpaint, Alexandra Hope and many more. Beahan sat down at a French Cafe to discuss Manimal Festival and which KROQ artist he would sign in under a minute. Interview by Scott Schultz.
October 2nd, 2009 · No Comments
I always have time for another festival, especially an indoor festival at the soon to be dear departed Knitting Factory, so I was psyched for Longhair Illuminati on Sunday. There were over 15 bands in the three KF rooms, including a few of my favorites, so I figured I was good for four or five [...]
August 17th, 2009 · No Comments
Caroline Weeks had Spaceland sitting cross-legged on the floor with hands politely folded in their laps. One fellow with candle wax melted atop his head perched on a stool near the stage—were those tears gathered at his eyes? Or makeup? His named turned out to be Debutante, of San Francisco. He performed with opener Universe. I wish I caught their act, but to enter a room in the throws of Caroline Weeks was a riveting, awkward moment worth cherishing. It’s rare you walk into a concert and feel like excusing your tardiness to the tea party.
May 25th, 2009 · No Comments
Gangi will be playing their final residency at Spaceland tonight so we are lifting this interview out of our archives. The vinyl version of their album A is almost out and they are already working on the follow-up Gun Show, with a title track that sounds like T. Rex and Funkadelic together in three minutes. They speak here when issues of toxic mold were much more on their minds. This interview by Chris Ziegler.
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