Beach House, Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes supergroup to headline End Of The Road

Beach House

Beach House

The Gene Clark No Other Band, a collaborative project involving members of Beach House, Grizzly Bear and Fleet Foxes, will headline this year’s End Of The Road festival.

Founded by both members of Beach House (Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally), The Gene Clark No Other band also features Fleet Foxes’ frontman Robin Pecknold (pictured right), Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen, former Walkmen member Hamilton Leithauser, ex-Fairport Convention member Iain Matthews and members of Lower Dens, Wye Oak and Celebration.

The group exists to reconstruct the cult 1974 album ‘No Other’ by late Byrds singer Gene Clark.

They join fellow headliners The Flaming Lips and Wild Beasts at the event alongside fellow new additions St Vincent, Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks, Tune-Yards, Jenny Lewis, Black Lips, Wye Oak, Chad VanGaalen, Felice Brothers and Archie Bronson Outfit.

The event takes place in Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset from August 29-31. John Grant, Drenge, British Sea Power, Temples, White Denim, Eagulls, Johnny Flynn, Deer Tick and Yo La Tengo will also play the annual event. More acts will be added in the coming months.

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The End of the Road line-up is:

9 Bach
Adult Jazz
Alexis Taylor
All We Are
Andrew Combs
Archie Bronson Outfit
The Barr Brothers
Benjamin Clementine
Bird Courage
Black Lips
British Sea Power
Cate Le Bon
Chad VanGaalen
Cold Specks
Connan Mockasin
Deer Tick
Ezra Furman
Chad VanGaalen
Flaming Lips
The Gene Clark No Other Band
Gruff Rhys
Horse Thief
Jenny Lewis
John Cooper Clarke
John Grant
John Smith
Johnny Flynn
Juana Molina
Mark Kozelek
Marissa Nadler
The Melodic
Nick Waterhouse
Oliver Wilde
Perfume Genius
Peggy Sue
Pink Mountaintops
Radiophonic Workshop
Richard Thompson
Rosie Lowe
St Paul And The Broken Bones
St Vincent
Stealing Sheep
Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks
Sweet Baboo
The Horrors
Three Trapped Tigers
Tiny Ruins
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Wave Pictures
White Denim
Wild Beasts
Wye Oak
Yo La Tengo

Listen: Fucked Up’s new 18-minute single “Year of the Dragon”

Fucked Up - Year of the Dragon

Fucked Up – Year of the Dragon

Fucked Up is a hardcore punk band from Toronto, Ontario, Canada.The band won the 2009 Polaris Music Prize for the album The Chemistry of Common Life.

Members: Mr. Damian, Sandy Miranda, Mike Haliechuk, Ben Cook, Josh Zucker, Jonah Falco

Even as Fucked Up have shifted gears toward their upcoming fourth album, Glass Boys, the Toronto punks still have other releases in the work. As noted, they’ll continue their long-running Zodiac singles series this spring with “Year of the Dragon”. Already they’ve shared one of its two accompanying B-sides, a cover of Cardboard Brains’ “I Wanna Be A Yank”, and today they unveil the 18-minute juggernaut itself.

Though live versions have been floating around the web for several months, not even the finest audio or footage could adequately capture this beast. The length of your average sitcom, the track is a veritable aural journey, snaking its way from blistering hardcore to fuzzy psychedelic rock to sweltering arena rock before ending on a chaotic and disharmonious high-point. Even if you’re used to more bite-sized nuggets of hardcore, the intensity and ferocity alone should be enough to sustain you for the duration.

Clear your morning calendar and listen in below (via Noisey):

“Year of the Dragon” will be available beginning April 22nd via Tankcrimes. The 12-inch is pressed on white vinyl and includes a bonus 7-inch flexi disc featuring a six-minute edit of “Year of the Dragon”. Pre-orders are ongoing.

Glass Boys is due out June 3rd via Matador Records. If you haven’t already, check out lead single “Paper the House”.

Year of the Dragon Tracklist:
01. Year of the Dragon
02. I Wanna Be a Yank (Cardboard Brains cover)
03. Disorder (The Ugly cover)

Watch: Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, and Tupac star in the greatest TV commercial ever

Hey Jude.
Maybe the Seattle Police Department shouldn’t have been so quick to finish their reexamination of the Kurt Cobain death case. Turns out, he along with John Lennon, Tupac, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, and Bruce Lee are just chilling on a remote desert island, kicking back with a few cold Bavaria Radlers. Elvis looks like shit, John looks like Jesus, Kurt still dresses like it’s 1991, and Marilyn is seriously crushing on Tupac, who hasn’t aged one bit.

In truth, this nutso alternate reality is the basis for Bavaria Radlers’ incredible new commercial. Something tells me, though, that the Dutch beer company didn’t secure the proper licensing to depict these iconic figures in their advertisement. So, watch it below before it inevitably gets pulled (via Dangerous Minds).

What is with European commercials being so god damn awesome?

Bavaria Radler Commercial