I love Nothing. No, that isn’t some nihilistic way of life. The band, you dolts. J/k. You’re not dolts because you all love Nothing like me! You know what else I love? Nirvana. They are one of my all time favorite bands and they remain a constant listen for me. Well, when Nothing covers Nirvana and we get Nothvana, I damn near shit my pants. The band has covered “Something In The Way” and it’s a dark and deep rendition. It’s beautiful. The track will appear on Robotic Empire’s upcoming release Whatever Nevermind: A Tribute To Nirvana’s Nevermind. Check out the track below. Continue reading
To follow up their In Utero tribute record, label Robotic Empire have announced the release of their tribute album to Nirvana‘s Nevermind. The new record, titled Whatever Nevermind, will feature the likes of Thou, Circa Survive, Torche, Nothing, and Kylesa among others. The record will be released in conjunction with Record Store Day, April 18, and can be pre-ordered iTunes. The track listing can be found after the break.
Alternative Press has premiered Circa Survive‘s faithful rendition of “Drain You”, which can also be streamed after the break.
Philadelphia band Nothing released their phenomenal record Guilty Of Everything in March and more recently the band released a split with the band Whirr, who also released an amazing album this year. Well, Nothing has released a music video off of the split and it’s pretty great as well. As a band who never does anything wrong, I am not surprised that the video is good. Check it out after the jump and be sure to pick up all three of the aforementioned albums. Continue reading
We love Nothing here on AA and I am super stoked that the band will be releasing a split with Whirr, who in their own rite have released one of my favorite albums of the year. Well, Nothing has unleashed a new track off of said split for you listening pleasure. The track is titled “July The Fourth” and it’s absolutely beautiful. The track was premiered over on Vogue, but you can check it out after the jump. Hallelujah! Continue reading
Whirr are a band that the world should be familiar with at this point, as they spawned Nothing and will be releasing one of my favorite albums of the year very soon. The band has unleashed their phenomenal new album Sway upon the world today and it is a glorious thing. This album is shoegazing, post-rocking, noisy and it’s beautiful. Whirr craft some of the best music you will ever hear and you have GOT to get into this. You can check out a full stream of Sway over on Pitchfork and stream their track “Mumble” after the jump. ENJOY! Continue reading
Camera Shy, which features Nick Bassett of Nothing and Whirr and Alexandra Morte of Whirr, released their debut EP Jack-O-Lantern last week and, as it ended up in my Junk Folder, I got to it late. This is by no means heavy whatsoever, but it is pretty hypnotizing. Simple guitar and vocals in a nice, smooth indie pop style. If you think this is up your alley, check it out after the jump. I’m enjoying the release and I regret not finding it sooner. Leave your thoughts in the comments section. Continue reading
The fantastic Nothing released a phenomenal album titled Guilty Of Everything last month and the band has now released a new track in commemoration of Record Store Day. This track is a cover of Low‘s “In Metal.” It’s haunting, it’s dark and it’s beautiful. Check out the cover below as well as the original. If you haven’t yet, I highly suggest picking up Nothing‘s new album Guilty Of Everything, out now on Relapse Records. Continue reading
Earlier this month the amazing band Nothing released their Relapse Records debut Guilty Of Everything and it has begun garnering much praise, as it should. This band is phenomenal and their music is brilliantly crafted, haunting and soothing all at once. The band has just released their music video for their song “Bent Nail” and it is just fantastic. The video features the band playing in front of a crowd of people who just don’t want to see them. Check out the video after the jump. Continue reading
Portland experimental duo Taurus have unleashed a new track from their forthcoming album, No/Thing, over at The AV Club. The new track is the 13 minute “Increase Aloneness”, which plays upon multi-layered drone and psychedelic, crushing riffing to get its point across. You can stream the new mantra at The AV Club and pre-order the album at this location.
No/Thing will be self-released by the band next Tuesday, April 1st.
CVLT Nation have premiered a new tune from Portland psychedelic doom duo Taurus’ forthcoming album, No/Thing, which is out on April 1st. The new track is entitled “No Thing Longing… Human Impermanence”, and for its five minutes Taurus pummels you with buzzing, droning riffs that cycle around in an almost hypnotic fashion. All the while, Stevie Floyd and Ashley Spungin layer their hums, screeches and growls, to add to the song’s unsettling atmosphere. Head over to CVLT Nation to stream it now.
No/Thing can be pre-ordered at this location.