In 1982, Neil Young and Dean Stockwell made and starred in an oddball film about a small town located near a constantly-leaking nuclear power plant. The film also featured Dennis Hopper, Devo and Russ Tamblyn. It's a strange one, to say the least, and I've had a bootleg DVD copy of this for years. Turns out it's now getting a remastered proper release by Neil Young himself. Check out the trailer above.
Just got this submission today from Brooklyn synth/punk outfit Alien Trilogy. It was not just their truly awesome name that caught my attention, but their comparison to Chrome, who I was just listening to yesterday. These guys are high energy. I'm hoping to catch them live at some point, because I'm sure they put on an awesome show. You can download their free self-titled EP right here.
Here's the 2nd episode of the Bomarr Blog podcast. You can download directly above or subscribe to the podcast in the iTunes store. Tracklist below:
Really Really - Bonus Shots Siriusmo - Nights Off Morio Agata - Submarine Groundislava - Creeper Shit Landscape - Shake the West Awake SpaceArt - Love Machine BlankSpaces - Magic PaulMcCartney - Temporary Secretary Benito - Saturn Trips SuKramer - Magic Dance SmallBlack - Despicable Dogs (Washed Out remix) RobertPalmer - Johnnie and Mary AliceCooper - Clones Dakota - Fanning Devo - Time Out For Fun HumanLeague - Being Boiled
devo - "what we do" (stream-only) [audio http://www.divshare.com/direct/11127347-2f2.mp3]
Probably the best single to come out of this year's Record Store Day releases. By the looks of things, the new Devo record coming out this year is going to be AMAZING. I can't get enough of this track. They're still just as quirky as they've always been, and they're still rocking their "Energy Domes," only now they're blue instead of red. It's always great to see an older band continue to put out such quality music after all these years. buy
polyrock - "romantic me" (download)[audio http://www.divshare.com/direct/10421333-4b4.mp3]