Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Ke$ha Commander, JEFFashion, Square People Tape Release [Newsy Bits]

Posted By on Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 12:19 PM

* Ke$ha's got a new dance remix album on the way, compactly titled I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance: The Remix Album. I am often confused by "band reveals track listing for new album" emails, but I have to admit, I'm kind of intrigued by Track 9, "TiK Tok Chuck Buckett’s Veruca Salt Remix," partly sort of because their bass player once gave me a pair of gloves and I always wonder what happened to that band, and partly because, well, I'm genuinely curious what Veruca Salt's chocolate might sound like mixed into Ke$ha's peanut butter. I don't know about that green mouth, though.

* What happens when you get a bunch of models walking around New York's Fashion Week wearing slinky Marc Jacobs clothing and there's a JEFF the Brotherhood song playing? Well, you get this Nylon TV video, is what you get.

* Square People Jazz Maturity will be celebrating the release of their new tape Moodscapes (High Density Headache) tonight at Betty's, and they've got Ttotals and Matta Gawa helping them — and you — party down. About Matta Gawa: "founder members of DC’s New Atlantis Collective of musicians; drummer Sam Lohman has also worked with early NYHC legends Sheer Terror, the Radon Collective, Steve Mackay and Acid Mothers Temple; guitarist Ed Ricart works with Marshall Allen of the Sun Ra Arkestra, Peter Brotzmann, Herb Robertson, Jason Ajemian, and members of avant rock legends Fugazi, Pinback, Stinking Lizaveta, and the Swirlies."

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