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Media : LISTEN: Chelsea Wolfe Streams New Album, “Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs”

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LISTEN: Chelsea Wolfe Streams New Album, “Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs”

Los Angeles goth-folk songstress Chelsea Wolfe is set to release Unknown Rooms: A Collection of Acoustic Songs on October 16 via Sargent House.

The album features nine tracks, which include reworkings of such songs as "The Way We Used To" and "Appalachia." However, allowing the songs to be acoustic illuminate Wolfe's skill in songwriting and composing. Somehow, some way, this album allows for her work to be even more affective.

Make sure you stream her haunting new album below. Unknown Rooms is available for pre-order via iTunes here. 

Enjoy at FILTERmagazine.com

All Tomorrow’s Parties Tokyo Gets Cancelled After Delays

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 9:00 pm
It was originally postponed, now it's gone baby gone.

Listen to Benjamin Gibbard – Former Lives (stream)

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 8:30 pm
The music on Former Lives comes from various songs he's written over time, compiled as a full-length that he worked on with Aaron Espinoza from Earlimart.

Rage On This: Rage Against The Machine Announce 20th Anniversary Box Set

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 8:30 pm
A good soundtrack for your next #Occupy party or just for the get up and go Rage fan.

Caribou b2b Four Tet

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 8:03 pm
In this lengthy piece over at Spin, Philip Sherburne chats to Dan Snaith about his ongoing relationship with Kieran Hebden, supporting Radiohead and his club-focussed music as Daphni.

AN21 and Max Vangeli make waves with a debut collaborative album and some weekend tunes

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 8:00 pm
Just in case you recently emerged from the well-built bomb shelter you've been holed up in since the '50s, here's a little primer on the DJs and producers known as AN21 and Max Vangeli. Aside from the string of chart-toppers they've penned—both together and individually—the pair have made their way around the globe a few times over—again, both together and individually—sweetening various clubs and festivals with their anthemic brand of electro-touched progressive house. Most recently, they unleashed People of the Night, their debut collaborative album on Steve Angello's Size Records, which came packed with an astounding list of features, the most notable of which is the LP's title track with one Tiesto (maybe you've heard of him) and a sultry vocal performance from a woman known simply as Lover Lover. Considering AN21's and Max Vangeli's ongoing successes, it goes without saying that we were curious to see what gems lie in the boys' collection of Weekend Weapons. Thankfully, they found some time to let us in on their secrets.

Staff picks from Re Dupre, S.P.Y., Don Adams, Eveson, and more

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 6:00 pm
Brand-new drum & bass, decades-old soul, and heck, even a Carly Rae Jepsen bootleg make today's On Rotation segment, which compiles our expert team of merchandisers’ and editors’ favorite picks of the week.

Watch Sun Kill Moon on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon – "The Moderately Talented Young Woman" (video)

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:30 pm
Mark Kozelek and Sun Kill Moon work the Late Night crowd.

REVIEW: Tame Impala – Lonerism

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:30 pm
It would be cheap misunderstanding to coin Tame Impala with the common adage, “They’re just 60’s revivalists.” While Lonerism still retains some similarities to their debut, Innerspeaker, as they expand upon their psychedelic sonic palate, Lonerism is more confident, less tangential, more compelling, and overall just a better album.

Listen to araabMUZIK – “Runway Bass” (stream)

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:30 pm
Prototypical dubstep moves for sure, still it plays like a lively adrenalin-filled take on some Bassnectar's best music.

Listen to Telepathe – “Destroyer” (Trent Reznor Remix) (stream)

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:30 pm
Trent Reznor and friends remix the new Telepathe single coming out on Dave Sitek's new label.

New Music From Photek: Listen to "Pyramid" from KU:PALM Now

Delivered... Spacelab - Independent Music and Media | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:30 pm
It will be the first release in five years, and today we get to listen to a track from the album.

Youngsta: Dubstep now and then

Delivered... RA - The Feed | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:04 pm
The famously purist selector explains why the rise of stadium dubstep has not affected him in the slightest.

Armin Van Buuren premiers a free documentary, Skrillex coaches Richard Branson on DJing, Optimo’s JD Twitch gives it up for Arthur Russell, and Radiohead broadcast their full ACL gig

Delivered... Ken Taylor | Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 4:00 pm
We've got a lot of video packed into this morning's roundup—from JD Twitch's Loose Joints tribute, Skrillex hitting the decks with Richard Branson, a full Radiohead gig from Austin City Limits, a full Armin Van Buuren documentary, and plenty more. So put the coffee back on, cuz your morning is spoken for.

Shiny Robot-Jamming Gear Pr0n, Cassette Labels: The Future Is What It Used To Be [Awesome Video]

Delivered... Peter Kirn | Artists,Labels,Scene | Tue 9 Oct 2012 3:39 pm

Yep, this is about to get as awesome as you think it is. Time for some Belgian bots banging beats.

Disappointed our electronic music present didn’t turn out the way it was supposed to when it was still the future? Sad you didn’t get shiny, knob-laden synths, robot masks, blindingly-colorful lens flares, funky-crisp electro jams, and beloved music distributed on cassette?

Well, you could sit around getting all wistful, or you could simply make that future happen.

Belgian synth collective Chrome Brulée chose action over nostalgia, constructing the universe seen in glossy Roland and Sequential ads from Keyboard Magazine, circa 1983. And the music video they’ve produced is just the teaser: stay tuned for music on, of course, cassette tape.

We’re treated to no small quantity of vintage pr0n – all looking, sorry, better and strangely more futuristic than most of the gear available on the market today. Maybe, in the hands of the right musicians, its time has simply come. Watch:

The whole thing is, of course, quite silly. It’s almost as though people are making music in order to enjoy themselves and have a good time. (Dangerous.) Micha Volders writes CDM:

I’m teaching Electronic Music together with Arne Van Petegem (styrofoam) here @ PHL Music University.

I recently started a synth collective called Chrome Brulée, with some graduated students as well as fellow musicians from Belgium. It’s a very oldskool/authentic project, without computers and a lot of interfacing with drum machines/cv/gate/clocks etc… and live playing of course…We’re releasing a Chrome Cassette Tape soon.

It’s a wonderful collective of artists: Robert Magnet, Ricky Sunset, Tony Johnson, Michael Shredlove, Alex Mayhem, Kid Supreme, and Club Cannibal. (Not to be confused with Kid Sundance from yesterday, but they’re in Holland, these kids are in Belgium … maybe we should all get together for chocolate and synthesizers. Mood elevator, that is.)

There’s also this great manifesto:

In a world where music has become irrelevant, in a time where quantity comes over quality…a new force rises from within…armed with magic machines of ancient times…driven by pure passion and devotion…..fueled by the craft and skills of their forefathers….they will fight to make music free again…they will rage until the spirits of old will have their revenge….they go by the name….Chrome Brulée

We’ll be watching for the tape to drop.

Give them some love on Facebook, because, well, you couldn’t have done that in the 80s:
https://www.facebook.com/ChromeBrulee

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