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NEWS : Apr 05, 2012

Stream Black Dice's new album - 04.05.2012


On April 9, Black Dice will release their new album, Mr. Impossible, a characteristically psychedelic and bizarre collection of noise, sound collage, ambient, electronic and just plain out-there sounds. You can stream the album in full right now, however, over at PlayGround.

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R.I.P. Jim Marshall, amplifier pioneer - 04.05.2012


The Washington Post reports that Jim Marshall, influential pioneer of amplification and founder of Marshall Amplification, died this morning in England, following a struggle with cancer. He was 88.

Marshall began his career in music as a drummer before moving into amp development. His trademark Marshall stacks have been used by countless musicians, from Jimi Hendrix to Pete Townsend.

Dylan's Blood On the Tracks to be adapted into film - 04.05.2012


Just a few weeks after we assembled a list of albums that would make great films, we've got another one to add to the list. Blood On the Tracks, Bob Dylan's 1975 epic work released in the aftermath of his divorce (and also one of our Top 10 Break-up Albums), is being adapted into a film, according to a report from NME.

Brazilian company RT Features has purchased the rights to the album, and is now seeking a director for the pic.

RT's chief executive Rodrigo Teixeira is quoted in the piece, saying "As longtime admirers of one of the greatest albums in the history of music, we feel privileged to be making this film.

"Our goal is to work with a filmmaker who can create a classic drama with characters and an environment that capture the feelings that the album inspires in all fans."

Video: Jack White, 'Sixteen Saltines' - 04.05.2012


"Sixteen Saltines" is the second video released from Jack White's upcoming album Blunderbuss, out April 24 via White's record company, Third Man Records, and it's, uh, interesting. It depicts some type of post-parent society run by kids who stick peanut butter sandwiches to ceilings and torment the last adult alive, which is apparently Jack White. Yeah, check it out for yourself below.




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