Sky Ferreira will perform on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on February 28, 2014.
Arcade Fire violinist Sarah Neufeld has a new EP and you can stream it right now.
U2 will perform “Ordinary Love” for the first time live at the Oscars on March 2, 2014.
Former X singer Exene Cervenka is holding a four-day garage sale that started today, getting rid of decades worth of cool stuff so she can relocate from L.A. to Austin, Texas. “I have eight guitars – nobody needs eight guitars!” she said. —Rolling Stone
Maggie Estep, an important figure in the early-’90s slam poetry movement died Wednesday, two days after suffering a heart attack. She was 50. —New York Times
Bob Dylan will perform two shows in Ireland this summer. He’ll be in Cork at Live at the Marquee on June 16, 2014, and then play in Dublin at the O2 on June 17, 2014. — The Independent
Beck will appear on “Saturday Night Live” as musical guest on March 1st, the Saturday following the release of his new album, Morning Phase. — Rolling Stone
Savages will release an EP later this year that will include the track “Fuckers.” Singer Jehnny Beth told Australia’s Tripple J radio: “We’re going to release a song that we play live called ‘Fuckers’. We recorded it live from a show did in London last fall at The Forum. It’s going to be available on vinyl as well. We’re also be covering a Suicide track called ‘Dream Baby Dream’.”
Kitten’s new “Money” video features Chloe Chaidez in bed with Ariel Pink. I reminds me of Andy Warhol’s film, “Beauty No. 2” staring Edie Sedgwick.
“Beauty No. 2”:
Prince performing “Chaos and Disorder” in Shepherd’s Bush Empire on February 9, 2014:
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Prince’s new song, “Breakfast Can Wait,” is a sexy slow groove. It’s not the innovative sounds we once expected from Prince, but it’s still cool to hear a master deliver a funky track. Of course I could do without the Donald Duck voices.
Today Flavorwire has a cool feature, “25 Music Icons’ Brilliant Advice On Making Music.” Among the artists quoted are Prince, PJ Harvey, Brian Eno, Patti Smith and Thelonious Monk.
Captain Beefheart: “If you’re guilty of thinking, you’re out. If your brain is part of the process, you’re missing it. You should play like a drowning man, struggling to reach shore. If you can trap that feeling, then you have something that is fur bearing.”
Frank Zappa: “Without deviation from the norm, progress is not possible.”