Spectacular and completely humbling footage shows thousands filling the streets of Hong Kong, as the city demands democratic elections. Today, Monday, September, 29, 2014.
Sometimes you catch the sound of a band right as they’re coming up. Other times, long after they’ve gone out. Out of Sydney, Australia, we won’t be bestowed with a new record from The Paper Scissors. Ever. But we’ll always have this. Make friends here to hear about new projects from the former members.
We have a sneakpeak at an upcoming Chrome Bumper Films’ project. John ‘Quig’ Quigley shot across the pond at none other than Monmow Valley Studios, in Wales, U.K. Does the set look familiar? It should. This is the studio home of countless recording legends, as well as the backdrop for the cover art of multi-million record selling group Oasis.
Check back to see behind the scenes on Monnow Valley Studio x Chrome Bumper Films. And if you want to be truly impressed with this world renown destination that few get to see, and many fewer invited to play at, check out this noninclusive list. Over the last 40 years, clients have included: Queen, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Rush, Spiritulaized, Iggy Pop, Billy Bragg, The Damned, The Darkness, Phil Collins, Black Sabbath, Hawkwind, The Coral, Pulp, Stereophonics, The Charlatans, The Datsuns, EMF, Super Furry Animals, Breed 77, Biffy Clyro, Oceansize, The Answer, Manic Street Preachers, The Crimea, Portishead, The Automatic,Tindersticks, Cooper Temple Clause, Judas Priest, Cradle of Filth, Catatonia, Robert Plant, GLC, The Levellers, Fell City Girl, Tony Iommi, Glen Hughes, Snowfight In The City Centre, Future Of The Left, People in Planes, Blood Red Shoes, The View, The Maybes?, Brigade, The Pigeon Detectives, Dan Dunne & The Reels, Herborg, Nathalie Nordnes, Jakobinarina, The Hot Puppies, Elliott Minor, Los Campesinos, The Enemy, Broken Records, Slaves To Gravity, Sky Larkin, Bullet For My Valentine, The Last Republic, Hip Parade, Attack Attack!, Golden Silvers, The Smoke Fairies, Tommy Tokyo & Starving For My Gravy, Funeral For A Friend, Heaven & Hell, Led Bib, Favez, Expatriate, Joss Stone, Yes Sir Boss, Deadbeat Darling, Pulled Apart By Horses, Cold Specks, 2:54, The Crave, Jorn Lande, Fredrika Stahl, Sylosis, Delphic, Morning Parade, Frightened Rabbit, Bleed From Within…
With what may be some of the easiest lyrics to memorize ever, Lia Ices releases a taste of her new album. “Thousand Eyes” off of the upcoming “Ices” EP, out on Jagjaguwar Records, is a cross between Empire of the Sun & a drug-induced day dream. But those may be the same thing.
Don’t fall in love too quickly – the Lai Ices album isn’t released until September 16, but in the meantime keep with the artist here, and hope for an album-release-accommodating tour hitting your city in the fall.