One of Endless Boundaries bands to look out for in 2012, Greensky Bluegrass, stopped at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, WI this past weekend. The bill also featured 2011 breakout artists Strange Arrangement.
As Endless Boundaries reported to you last week, Pretty Lights offered a new single for a free download called “We Must Go On”. PL stated an official video would be released shortly after as well and today it has been delivered. Enjoy!
Endless Boundaries Jam Radio
Z889 WBZC-FM Philadelphia/South Jersey
* = new to rotation
Lotus: Phantom > Dowrn (12.31.11 Festival Pier – Philadelphia)
Rebelution: Comfort Zone (Peace of Mind)*
Rebelution: Comfort Zone Dub (Peace of Mind)*
Dubtonic Kru: Murderer (Endless Boundaries Version)
**Interview with JJ Grey part 1**
JJ Grey and Mofro: On Fire (Brighter Days)
**Interview with JJ Grey part 2**
Last night, JJ Grey and Mofro brought their soulful funky swamp rock blues to Philadelphia’s Union Transfer and put on quite the show. The band had such a great time with the audience that they decided to do a double encore which Grey informed the crowd that it only one of the tour to get it.
It’s been a few months since Pretty Lights offered up the free download for everyone and this new track is completely worth the wait. Derek Vincent AKA Pretty Lights describes the new tune as “soulful hip-hop jam laced with a vocal hook that is uplifting, reflective, optimistic, and hauntingly beautiful all at the same time”
While we all await for the current Phish rumors to become somewhat reality, I’ve been digging back into the older tapes. Mainly wanted to get another feel from Phish in the early day and alternate years I’m normally listening too (94-00, 09-11).
Hot off the heels of a free Rihanna and Jay Z remix from Break Science, the Brooklyn duo has just dropped their new single “Victory” from their forthcoming Monolith Code EP due out January 31st. Like everything else Break Science has released, it’s for free on the Pretty Lights Music label.
More love coming down from Umphrey’s McGee camp as the band kicked down a free MP3 during lunchbreak day with an appropriately titled song “Forks” from their recent sold out show at Best Buy Theater in NYC. (more…)
Ever wonder what the It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia “Dayman” skit would be like if remixed in dubstep? Take a look at what Joman created. Please, leave literal reviews at the door. Afterall, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia…