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The eternal return of pork buns. Get trippy for a few minutes and direct your attention to how David Chang forecasts the way food works in 3040: Press a button, and some 3-D printing machine whips whatever you want up for — fatty t...
The eternal return of pork buns. Get trippy for a few minutes and direct your attention to how David Chang forecasts the way food works in 3040: Press a button, and some 3-D printing machine whips whatever you want up for — fatty tuna, Waldorf salad, honey mustard pretzels, bespoke strawberries — whatever. The Momofuku pork belly baron is part of a crew of deft luminaries who add melodies and mind-boggling narratives to beats on the long-awaited Deltron 3030: Event II. Chang joins Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Damon Albarn, David Cross, and a whole lot more. And as it happens, the 31st century chef is just as ornery as he is today. Related: David Chang Is About to Shake Up the Umami Game Read more posts by Hugh MerwinFiled Under: the future, david chang, deltron, deltron 3030, momofuku
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From Dave Mackay to Sergei Rebrov, David Cross to Freddie Kanouté, half a dozen memorable clashes between north and east Lahn-danWest Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur, 11 March 2001Having beaten Manchester United 1-0 at Old Trafford in t...
From Dave Mackay to Sergei Rebrov, David Cross to Freddie Kanouté, half a dozen memorable clashes between north and east Lahn-danWest Ham United 2-3 Tottenham Hotspur, 11 March 2001Having beaten Manchester United 1-0 at Old Trafford in the fourth round, Paolo Di Canio scoring the winner and Fabien Barthez's ego claiming the assist, West Ham thought their name was on the FA Cup in 2001, even more so after they went to Sunderland in the fifth round and won 1-0 thanks to Freddie Kanouté's late goal.Optimism grew when West Ham were given a home draw against Tottenham in their quarter-final. With Tranmere and Wycombe having reached the last eight, it could have been better, but they had also avoided Arsenal and Liverpool, and Tottenham were a deeply average side whose hated manager, George Graham, was not long for the job. Although West Ham's league form had been slowly deteriorating since the new year, they were widely expected to reach their first semi-final since 1991.For three successive years, West Ham had easily finished above Tottenham, whose occasional heavy spending could not lift them from mediocrity. While Harry Redknapp's West Ham, built on the cheap but packed with brilliant youngsters and instinctive improvisers, challenged for Europe, Tottenham fell a good distance below their fans' expectations and, indeed, their own. Despite Christian Gross's strong understanding of the inner workings of the London Underground, Tottenham even flirted with relegation in the 1997-98 season.But for all their inconsistencies in the league, Tottenham were still a strong cup team. In the 1998-99 season, they finished 11th to West Ham's fifth (goal-difference: a healthy minus seven) but beat Leicester in the final of the Worthington Cup and lost to Newcastle in the semi-final of the FA Cup. Graham was loathed because of his Arsenal connections, watching his football was a chore and he managed to fall out with David Ginola but, at the very least, he could still bore opposition teams rigid as well. There were also signs that the balance of power was shifting back to north London. In December 2000, Alan Sugar sold the club to Joe Lewis's ENIC, and Tottenham had already reminded West Ham of their superior wealth by signing Sergei Rebrov from Dynamo Kiev for £11m at the start of the season. West Ham, meanwhile, received £18m from Leeds for Rio Ferdinand in November and Redknapp spunked it on a collection of misfits and clowns.Signing Rebrov was a coup, a reminder of Tottenham's stature. For Dynamo, he had formed one of Europe's most fearsome strike partnerships with Andriy Shevchenko. Without his mate, he was a pale imitation of the striker who twice terrorised Arsenal in the Champions League in 1998 but he was good enough to shatter West Ham's dreams.West Ham, out of form and struggling with injuries, were there for the taking and Tottenham's focused on stifling Joe Cole, Michael Carrick and Frank Lampard before taking advantage of the home side's lack of width and their creaky defence. Rebrov and Luke Young, whose header hit the post, both went close to giving Spurs the lead. Then Rebrov struck after 30 minutes, peeling away from Cole to meet a hefty throw from Steffen Freund and crash a volley high past Shaka Hislop. Redknapp criticised Cole's defending, although asking him to mark Tottenham's biggest threat was probably the bigger error.Twelve minutes later, the game was level when Stuart Pearce rasped a free-kick past Neil Sullivan and West Ham should have led shortly after the break when Kanouté went through, only for the Malian to slice horribly wide. It was a costly miss. After 56 minutes, Kanouté was given a lesson in ruthlessness by Rebrov, who ran on to Les Ferdinand's header to drive a low finish under Hislop and restore Tottenham's lead. Five minutes later Gary Doherty won a header from a corner and the luckless Cole, thinking that Hislop had the effort covered, stepped away from his station on the left post. Hislop didn't. Almost
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Bob Odenkirk has been discussing his upcoming Breaking Bad spin off, Better Call Saul, noting that it will be dark rather than funny. Odenkirk took part in an interview with Salon.com, alongside his fellow Mr Show creator, David Cross, p...
Bob Odenkirk has been discussing his upcoming Breaking Bad spin off, Better Call Saul, noting that it will be dark rather than funny. Odenkirk took part in an interview with Salon.com, alongside his fellow Mr Show creator, David Cross, promoting their new book, when he was asked whether Better Call Saul will be filled with humour like the sketch show, or will be dark like Breaking Bad’s final seasons. Odenkirk noted, “Vince Gilligan and the writers will make the ultimate decision, but Vince has told me, the last time he talked to me he said that it will slightly dark than it is funny. That’s an interesting balance to strike. And I’m excited.” Currently there is little to no information available regarding the upcoming AMC drama. Odenkirk did reveal that a few details about Goodman’s back story, which hinted that the show would be set in Chicago rather than New Mexico, the location for Breaking Bad. The comedian commented, “When I think about who Saul is, I think he grew up in Chicago — might be the South Side. Or it could be Downers Grove or all the way in Cicero… I know Downers and Cicero are very different places. I don’t know if the spinoff needs to be set there but I would do that. He has to go back there to visit his dad who’s in prison. That’s all my idea, by the way, not Vince’s.” Now as Better Call Saul is set before Breaking Bad that would indicate that Goodman will be busy solving crimes in the windy city rather than Albuquerque, New Mexico. Last month, Lavell Crawford, who plays Huell, Saul Goodman’s henchman in the beloved series, noted that he doesn’t know anything about the spinoff. He told Rolling Stone, “I heard about it on Twitter, but Vince [Gilligan] didn’t say nothing to me, so I don’t know. It would be fun, but I haven’t talked to anybody about that. I’m not even keeping a secret – that’s the truth… If they wanna do it, I’m game. I’d love to see what his mind would come up with. A sleazy Matlock, shaking down congressmen or something? That would be hilarious.” ‘Better Call Saul’ Will Be Dark Not Funny, Notes Bob Odenkirk is a post from: The Inquisitr News
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by Klaus Kinski Eugene Mirman at his comedy festival last weekend (more by David Andrako) It isn't often that I dedicate a single post to a single one-off show, but sometimes one pops-up that has such a great line-up and whose pr...
by Klaus Kinski Eugene Mirman at his comedy festival last weekend (more by David Andrako) It isn't often that I dedicate a single post to a single one-off show, but sometimes one pops-up that has such a great line-up and whose proceeds go to such a great charity that I gotta spill it. On Tuesday October 22, Gramercy Theater will play host to an event called A Night of Comedy, Music and Other Awesome Stuff. The purpose of this event is to benefit an organization called OneKid OneWorld and their projects in Kenya and El Salvador:OneKid OneWorld provides a foundation for education in impoverished communities throughout Kenya and El Salvador by giving children from primary school up through secondary school the opportunity for a better and brighter future. By providing the basic needs of learning fundamentals like desks and books as well as paying teachers' salaries, building classrooms and even installing solar power technology so students can study at night, OneKid continues to make a tremendous impact not just on individual lives, but communities as a whole.If that's not something you can get behind then you're a monster and belong in my nightmares and not amongst humanity. The line-up so far is preposterously awesome and features sets by David Cross, Janeane Garofalo, Eugene Mirman, Judah Friedlander, Wyatt Cenac and Todd Barry. Attendees will also thrill to music care of the great Rhett Miller from the Old 97's. The show also promises appearances from other "stars from stage and screen," though these add-ons are still TBD. Tickets are currently on-sale and are available in three different options ranging from $50 - $85; front section VIP tickets (including close to the stage seating, a OKOW t-shirt and three raffle tickets) are $85, reserved seating just behind the VIP section are $65 and General Admission tickets are $50. So reach into those coffers of yours and pull out some dough and make a difference in the life of someone who cannot even fathom the privileges you take for granted on a daily basis and get rewarded with an incredible show. And don't forget that Gramercy sells those gigantic cans of Budweiser which are basically the best. And in somewhat related news; David Cross has a show during the 2013 NY Comedy Festival, Eugene Mirman just had a comedy festival, and Todd Barry has a lot of shows coming up including a podcast taping at The Bell House on Tuesday October 29 (with Natasha Lyonne, Hannibal Buress, Nick Turner, Andy Borowitz, and more). While I have your attention, apropos of nothing, please see my new favorite YouTube video of all time. Great song, great concept, hilarious main character, and a sweet ass cameo you gotta see to believe at the 2:33 mark. Continue reading "David Cross, Eugene Mirman, Wyatt Cenac, Rhett Miller & more playing OneKid OneWorld benefit in NYC" at brooklynvegan
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Amber Tamblyn has been promoted to series regular on Two and a Half Men after appearing in just one episode. The 30-year-old former House actress was cast as Jenny, the illegitimate bisexual daughter of the late Charlie Harper (Charlie S...
Amber Tamblyn has been promoted to series regular on Two and a Half Men after appearing in just one episode. The 30-year-old former House actress was cast as Jenny, the illegitimate bisexual daughter of the late Charlie Harper (Charlie Sheen), who moves from New York to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. In her first appearance in the season 11 premiere, Jenny reveals herself to Alan (Jon Cryer) and says that Charlie sent her checks every month without telling anyone. She says she only wanted to meet her family and leave, but Alan and his mother Evelyn (Holland Taylor) insist that she stay with them. Tamblyn’s character was brought in to replace Angus T. Jones, who will no longer be a regular cast member on the series. The season 11 premiere was the first episode not to feature Jones as a main cast member, after CBS announced in April that he would be downgraded to recurring status for the new season. Jones went on a YouTube rant against the show last November and urged fans to stop watching. He called the show filth and told fans to research the effects of television on the brain. He also said he was a “paid hypocrite” because his religious beliefs conflicted with his job as an actor. Amber Tamblyn is best known for playing Joan Girardi on Joan of Arcadia for two seasons. The series was nominated for an Emmy in its first season, and won a People’s Choice Awards and the Humanitas Prize. Tamblyn also had a recurring role on House in season 7 and a brief appearance in season 8. Tamblyn married Arrested Development star David Cross last October. The couple had been dating since 2008, and announced their engagement in August 2011. The wedding took place in a clearing by a river, with Tamblyn arriving by canoe before walking down the aisle. [Photo credit: s_bukley / Shutterstock.com] Amber Tamblyn Promoted To ‘Two And A Half Men’ Series Regular is a post from: The Inquisitr News
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Last year, Harris Pittman, bassist for the now-disbanded L.A. group Henry Clay People, took part in the I Used to Love H.E.R. series to declare his affinity for Deltron 3030’s self-titled debut, released in 2000. With the group...
Last year, Harris Pittman, bassist for the now-disbanded L.A. group Henry Clay People, took part in the I Used to Love H.E.R. series to declare his affinity for Deltron 3030’s self-titled debut, released in 2000. With the group’s follow-up finally released - 13 years later - Pittman has kindly returned to offer his take on Event II. Deltron 3030 – which consists of Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator, and Kid Koala – live in the future. Maybe not the year 3040 as the their second full length, Event II, suggests, but it’s got a good 15 years ahead of anything going on right now in hip-hop. Before you start listing off the members of Odd Future or A$AP Mob, remember Dan the Automator did that 17 years ago with Dr. Octagon. Event II, has our protagonist, Deltron, living in a world where technology is so far advanced that society has imploded. His rhymes transcend time and remind us that power can, and will, corrupt. Del takes the high road and informs the listener of a greater goal for the future instead of quarreling with tangible enemies – maybe his peers that live above the underground in 2013 should take a listen. Like 2000’s self-titled Deltron 3030, Event II embraces one of the most important elements of hip-hop: the DJ. Koala’s cuts remind us that scratching is an art form – one that can provide hooks. It may be the 31st century, but Koala refuses to see the art of scratching vinyl go the way of the rewind button. Though the future is bleak, Automator provides a soundscape that recalls Maurice Jarre scores and samples from David Axelrod’s Urizen, from 1968’s Song of Innocence. The track “Nobody Can” slaps you with a bass line reminiscence of Prince Paul’s “Steady Slobbin” from Prince of Thieves, mixed with a Syd Barret-esque guitar that any Black Angels fan will envy. Casual shares a track with Blur/Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn, “What is This Loneliness.” Del and Casual, both founding members of Oakland’s Hieroglyphics, rhyme over spaghetti western guitar until Albarn drops, “It’s all in your head, this loneliness I’m feeling,” a haunting chorus that seems to invoke that hope is soon to be lost. “Look Across the Sea” features the hopeful vocals of actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead (who played main love interest Ramona Flowers in Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World) – perhaps a surprise at first, but after listening to this countless times, it’s becoming a standout track. While Deltron 3030 is often referenced as “underground hip-hop,” “Looks Across the Sea” could top any mainstream hip-hop station and maybe it should. On “Do You Remember,” the vocals of English jazz/pop singer/songwriter Jamie Cullum seem to float over Del’s insight. It’s the perfect complement to the aforementioned Albarn track, but this time with a dash of optimism. This volume of the Deltron saga features many guest appearances, from Mike Patton’s hook on debut single, “City from the Rising Ashes,” to insights on a foodie culture – or lack thereof? – by David Cross and chef David Chang. Successfully following up a phenomenal debut record 13 years later is always a task that very rarely, if ever, accomplished. Event II defies those odds. Perhaps musician/producer Eric Bachmann was right with his comment that “the underground is overcrowded” – so maybe it’s time for Deltron 3030 to destroy mainstream hip-hop.
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by Klaus Kinski Chris Gethard hosting RBSS show at Knit in May (more by Amanda Hatfield) When I first mentioned the 2013 New York Comedy Festival back in August, I wasn't able to hide my blasé feelings about the initial line-up. ...
by Klaus Kinski Chris Gethard hosting RBSS show at Knit in May (more by Amanda Hatfield) When I first mentioned the 2013 New York Comedy Festival back in August, I wasn't able to hide my blasé feelings about the initial line-up. If you recall, I described the initial line-up as being "bogged down with conservative, mainstream talent." Towards the end of the post, however, I tried to end on a more optimistic note by stating that in festivals past they were sure to include more indie-centric fare and that there was no reason to think the 2013 installment of the fest would be any different. Sure enough, the fest has announced some shows that are definitely more up my/our alley. Highlights for me (click on the show title for tickets) include: Matt Braunger at the UCB Theater Chelsea on Wednesday November 6 at 9:30 PM (tickets): Simply put, Matt Braunger is absolutely fucking hilarious and his special Shovel Fighter is one of the great comedy experiences of all time. He is easily one of the most underrated comedians out there and this show is sure to be a treat. Julian McCullough at the UCB Theater Chelsea on Thursday November 7 at 9:30 PM (tickets) : Julian McCullough is an absolute powerhouse of hilarity who I've seen about 100 times and who is one of the most solid and consistently funny comedians in the biz. Julian has performed on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, NPR's This American Life, and starred in his own half hour special on Comedy Central. You can also catch him every Saturday as host of TBS' Very Funny News and on MTV2's hit series Guy Code. He gigs around town a lot and any opportunity to see him is a must. Chris Gethard and Friends at The Creek and the Cave on Thursday November 7 at 8:00 PM  (tickets): Klaus favorite and friend of BV (and host of last night's Red Bull Sound Select show at MHOW), Chris Gethard is one of the funniest and most capable storytellers in the history of mankind and I am convinced he is incapable of failure as a performer. Head out to Queens for this show in a nice room with nice people and great beers. Behind the Scenes at The Colbert Report at Town Hall on Thursday November 7 at 8:00 PM (tickets): Yes, I know, Colbert is far from indie. But he's really just a talking head propped up by an extremely talented pool of writers. For the most part, these writers are a major part of the indie NYC comedy scene in one way or another. This will be a great opportunity to bring these behind-the-scenes people into the spotlight alongside His Highness Mr. Colbert. Because, without them, Colbert is nothing more than that guy who was hilarious in Strangers With Candy. Nikki & Sara & Friends at The Gramercy Theater on Friday November 8 at 8:00 PM (tickets): You might know Nikki Glaser and Sara Schaefer from their MTV show Nikki and Sara LIVE. I know Nikki and Sara from years of seeing them live all over NYC for the past several years. Individually or as a team, they rule. I cannot recommend this show enough. Plus, Gramercy sells those massive cans of Budweiser. An Evening with David Cross at The Paley Center on Friday November 8 at 6:30 PM (tickets): New York City Resident David Cross recently wrapped up a small tour with Mr. Show Alumni Bob Odenkirk and Brian Posehn which landed at Town Hall for two shows on September 12. This time around, he's flyin' solo for what the Paley Center describes as "The Paley Center and the New York Comedy Festival welcome Cross to discuss his career, his creative process and thoughts on comedy, and life as a never-nude." Though billed as "An Evening With David Cross" that description makes it sound like a moderated interview. Who knows. It's worth checking out regardless. Rhys Darby Rhys Darby at The Gotham Comedy Club on Friday November 8 at 8:00 PM/ 10:30 PM and Saturday November 9 at 8:00 PM/10:00 PM/11:45 PM (tickets): You might know Rhys as the lovable manager Murray Hewitt on HBO's Flight of the Conchords. But Rhys is also an hilarious
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Daniel Radcliffe: Gay sex scene in ‘Kill Your Darlings’ will ‘startle’ fans (photo: Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan in ‘Kill Your Darlings’) Daniel Radcliffe, 24, has survived Harry Potter. Last year, he starred in the horror thriller T...
Daniel Radcliffe: Gay sex scene in ‘Kill Your Darlings’ will ‘startle’ fans (photo: Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan in ‘Kill Your Darlings’) Daniel Radcliffe, 24, has survived Harry Potter. Last year, he starred in the horror thriller The Woman in Black, a major sleeper hit in the United Kingdom and a moderate one in several other countries, including the United States and Mexico. Radcliffe’s next release is the John Krokidas-directed drama Kill Your Darlings, in which the (former) bespectacled Harry Potter plays bespectacled gay poet Allen Ginsberg — whose sexually daring poem "Howl" resulted in charges of obscenity in 1957. And of course, when it came to gay sex, Ginsberg did more than just write poems. And that’s where Daniel Radcliffe will do some unHarry Potterish on-screen business. ‘Kill Your Darlings’ gay sex scene “I felt like I was breaking new ground," Daniel Radcliffe is quoted as saying in Total Film. "Most actors grow up doing a lot of small movies and then get something big, but I started on the biggest film in the world. So it’s an experience that I haven’t had. I’m sure some people will be slightly … err … startled by the gay sex scene though.” The ‘startling gay sex scene’ in question features Daniel Radcliffe and the upcoming The Amazing Spider-Man 2‘s Dane DeHaan. DeHaan plays Lucien Carr, Ginsberg’s troubled lover at the time. Now, those eagerly looking forward to being startled by some hot and heavy, explicit gay sex featuring the former Harry Potter will be mighty disappointed. “It’s actually not graphic,” Daniel Radcliffe elaborates. “You don’t actually see anything. What’s graphic is the emotion of the scene. It’s a very vulnerable, slightly afraid moment. It’s beautiful and tender as a consequence of that.” ‘Kill Your Darlings’ plot Co-written by director John Krokidas and Austin Bunn, Kill Your Darlings is set around the time of the 1944 murder of David Kammerer (played by Michael C. Hall), a gay man madly infatuated with Lucien Carr. Carr himself committed the deed, claiming that Kammerer had sexually assaulted him. Besides Daniel Radcliffe, Dane DeHaan, and Michael C. Hall, the Kill Your Darlings cast feature Jack Huston (grandson of The Maltese Falcon director John Huston) as Jack Kerouac, Ben Foster as William Burroughs, Elizabeth Olsen as Edie Parker, Jennifer Jason Leigh as Naomi Ginsberg, David Cross as Louis Ginsberg, Kyra Sedgwick as Marian Carr, David Rasche, John Cullum, Erin Darke, and Clancy O’Connor. A curiosity: back in 2007, David Cross played Allen Ginsberg in Todd Haynes’ I’m Not There. ‘Kill Your Darlings’ release date and cast Kill Your Darlings opens in the United States on October 16, 2013. In the United Kingdom, the film will be screened at the London Film Festival on October 18, but its official release date is November 8. Kill Your Darlings, which had its World Premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, has to date received mostly positive notices. The film has a 78% approval rating and 7/10 average among Rotten Tomatoes‘ critics. (Only five top critics have been polled, so I’m using the "all critics" figures here.) Before Daniel Radcliffe: A couple more recent Allen Ginsberg incarnations Daniel Radcliffe is the latest actor to play indie favorite Allen Ginsberg in a movie. Last year, Tom Sturridge was seen as a fictionalized Ginsberg — "Carlo Marx" — in Walter Salles’ On the Road. Salles’ film adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s novel received mixed reviews at its 2012 Cannes Film Festival premiere, eventually doing decent arthouse business in France and Brazil. In the United States, however, the film was a box office bomb. In the cast: Sam Riley as a fictionalized Jack Kerouac, Garrett Hedlund as a fictionalized Neal Cassady, Viggo Mortensen as a fictionalized William S. Burroughs, Kristen Stewart, Amy Adams, Alice Braga, and Kirsten Dunst. In 2010, James Franco played Allen Ginsberg — older than Daniel Radcliffe’s;
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The Bluths: Front Row (l to r) Jessica Walters, Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Tony Hale. Back Row (l to r) Mae Whitman, Portia de Rossi, David Cross, Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat. Since Netflix resurrected Arrested De...
The Bluths: Front Row (l to r) Jessica Walters, Jeffrey Tambor, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Tony Hale. Back Row (l to r) Mae Whitman, Portia de Rossi, David Cross, Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat. Since Netflix resurrected Arrested Developement for a fourth season in May, after it was canceled by Fox in 2006, the show has been enjoying a home-coming by the fans. The question is, will it continue? Ted Sarandos, Netflix’s chief content officer, said there’s “no question” that Arrested Development would return. At a conference held by The Wrap, Sarandos said “It is just a matter of when and what form it takes.” We could potentially see more AD in the form of new episodes or a film… But since scheduling is still an issue with the cast, “It’s still speculative,” Sarandos said. So what does THAT mean? In July, speaking with EW, Sarandos kept mum on the subject of more episodes, saying “I’m just extremely proud of the show. We love what Mitch did. The viewers loved what Mitch did with the show. The same way Arrested Development was ahead of its time when it was on Fox, I think it’s ahead of its time today in the way that Mitch was able to construct the story in season 4 and tell it over 15 episodes that interlock in a way that I’ve never seen on television before.”
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Zack de la Rocha’s vocal histrionics have been sorely missed from the musical landscape since the fiery frontman left pioneering rap-rock outfit Rage Against the Machine in 2000. So it’s heartening to hear his distinctive voi...
Zack de la Rocha’s vocal histrionics have been sorely missed from the musical landscape since the fiery frontman left pioneering rap-rock outfit Rage Against the Machine in 2000. So it’s heartening to hear his distinctive voice in the latest track from Deltron 3030, the supergroup comprising Del the Funky Homosapien, DJ Kid Koala and producer Dan the Automator. Deltron 3030 is in the midst of staging its own triumphant return with Event 2, the trio’s first album since their 2000 self-titled debut. So if the summer release of “City Rising from the Ashes” — featuring backing vocals from Mike Patton — had you clamoring for more, you can now treat yourself to “Melding of the Minds” with Zack de la Rocha, which is available for streaming below. Event 2, dropping October 1st via Bulk Recordings, features an absurdly glorious mix of varied contributors, including the Lonely Island, Damon Albarn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and David Cross. Check out the track list here. Read the rest of Deltron 3030 – “Melding of the Minds” featuring Zach De La Rocha © John for FreshnessMag, 2013. | Permalink | No comment | Follow us: Facebook | Twitter Post tags: Deltron 3030, Zack de la Rocha The post Deltron 3030 – “Melding of the Minds” featuring Zach De La Rocha appeared first on FreshnessMag.
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