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Kasabian at Terminal 5 (September 14, 2017)

By Will Oliver, November 7th 2017

All photos by Adam Heller

English rockers Kasabian returned this year with new album For Crying Out Loud which was released via Columbia Records.

They brought their U.S. tour to us in New York for a performance at Terminal 5, where we last caught them in 2014.

Our photographer Adam Heller was there to capture photos of there performance as well as Slaves, who opened the show. Find his shots posted in the gallery below.
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Kasabian at Terminal 5 (September 27, 2014)

By Will Oliver, September 29th 2014

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Remember when thee free iTunes single of the week meant something? Well, back in 2004 it did. As a young, impressionable music fan, I remember one of the free songs one week was a song called “Club Foot” by a British group called Kasabian. It was unlike any other music I was exposed to at the time, opening doors to many other British rock acts from past and present.

This past Saturday night, nearly a decade after discovering Kasabian, I finally got to see them live. They played to a very much sold out Terminal 5, a packed jammed with fans of all ages, who were all there to get a little bit crazy with Kasabian. Read the rest of this entry »

Kasabian – Video Games (Lana Del Rey Cover)

By Will Oliver, October 28th 2011 — with 1 comment

Lana Del Rey has been remixed and covered probably more than anyone else in recent memory. It’s totally warranted. She apparently has finally officially announced that she is signed to Interscope Records, a move that shouldn’t be surprising. It is a move that’s going to keep the haters hating for her being marketing as an indie artist. That’s an argument for another day.

Kasabiant aren’t one of those haters. They recently covered “Video Games” for their BBC Live Lounge Session. It doesn’t change up the song at all, but why fix something that’s clearly not broken.

Download a mp3 of the cover and watch a video of them playing it, after the jump:
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[NEW] Kasabian – Underdog & Vlad The Impaler

By Will Oliver, April 12th 2009 — with 1 comment

Kasabian are an exciting band. They got the ambition and attitude of Oasis, and the sound of Primal Scream. They have been on my radar even since itunes gave away “Club Foot” as a free download, and I have been a fan ever since. They are set to release their 3rd album on June 9th, titled “The West Rider Pauper Lunatic Asylum”. It is named after a mental institution built in West Yorkshire, England in the 1800’s. Kinda…creepy.

The band gave away “Vlad The Impaler” for free on their website along with a bizzare video. The bass for Vlad is immense! It was a great comeback song, succesfully capturing my attention. Kasabian is back! Well “Underdog”, the opening track from the album has leaked and I am very pleased. The band sounds totally into it, this song is massive! I can totally see the BBC eating this one up! What a way to open the album up, I hope they can keep the pace for the duration of the album!

I always have room in my collection for a good rock/electronic fusion. Kasabian fill that description quite well.

[mp3] : Kasabian – Underdog

[mp3] : Kasabian – Vlad The Impaler

Kasabian on myspace

Mind The Journey – “Rose Colored Glasses”

By Will Oliver, December 23rd 2015

Mind The Journey

Mind The Journey is the project of Boston-based psychedelic dreamer Spencer Sabo.

Sabo is gearing up the release of his new album Color In The Gray Machine for a release next year on January 5. His stab at dreamy psych-rock kicks off with a bit of Tame Impala-esque drums, with vocals that remind a bit of Kasabian. The breathy synth interludes once again remind of the trippier moments from Tame Impala, all resulting in a exciting multi-layered journey.

Stream “Rose Colored Glasses” and stream another track called “Boats” over at his bandcamp page.
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Where To Watch Your Music: Britain’s Best Venues

By Michael Gendel, November 10th 2014


When it comes to live music, you’re unlikely to find a more thriving scene than in Britain. From the Inverness Ironworks in the Scottish Highlands, to the Plymouth Pavilions along the south coast, the world’s most exciting acts are selling out venues and creating nights to remember.

Sweaty dance floors, beer soaked jackets, and exhausted faces: it’s what’s so great about live music. And what better way to discover it than at some of the UK’s best venues. We work our way through the country, taking a look at the best stop offs to get your fix of guitar, drums, and that beautiful, beautiful noise. Read the rest of this entry »

Coachella 2012 Lineup

By Will Oliver, January 10th 2012 — with 3 comments

The 2012 Coachella lineup has been revealed and as usual, it’s massive.The three headliners are The Black Keys, Radiohead, and Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg. Then you got the return of Pulp and At The Drive-In (who just announced their reunion today), Bon Iver, Arctic Monkeys, The Shins, Jeff Mangum, Justice, Beirut, The Weeknd, Florence & The Machine, M83, The Rapture, Girls, The Horrors, WU LYF, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, St. Vincent, Santigold, Real Estate, Kasabian, Azealia Banks, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vaccines, and Wild Beasts are also there, just to name a few.

Money is tight for all of us, but a lineup like this is hard to resist. The festival takes place on two weekends this year: April 13-15 and the second April 20-22. The lineups will be the same, it’s just so damn epic they need two of them. Three day passes go on sale this Friday and start at $285 (source).

Don’t know if I can make it out, although I would really love to. Do you plan to make the trip?

Bombay Bicyle Club – Shuffle

By Will Oliver, November 28th 2011 — with 3 comments

Missed two things from Bombay Bicyle Club this year. They released a fantastic single called “Shuffle” off their new album A Different Kind Of Fix, and covered Lana Del Rey’s heavily covered/remixed “Video Games” for BBC’s Live Lounge (just like Kasabian). Both are necessary listens.

Listen to “Shuffle” below, and hit the jump to watch them cover “Video Games”.

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