Music from Pavement's first live performance surfaces
Whereas these days Steven Malkmus is making a name for himself within his new outfit, Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks, you may also recall he was in a band by the name of Pavement, forming towards the rear end of the 80s. Some of their earliest recordings, 'Home', and, 'Mellow Jazz Docent', were recorded for a Californian radio station, KDVS, and seem to be gaining attention online, having been originally uploaded almost a year ago.
Listen below, and see what you make of proto-Pavement in all their lo-fi glory.
Due to huge public demand ATP Concerts are happy to announce a second London headline show from the legendary Pavement at Brixton Academy â as well as the previously announced show on Tuesday 11th May they will also play Wednesday 12th May. After years of speculation, arguably the most important American band of the Nineties is returning to the stage with the line-up of Mark Ibold, Scott "Spiral Stairs" Kannberg, Stephen Malkmus, Bob Nastanovich and Steve West reuniting for d... (continued) [read more]
Apparently a âsupergroupâ doesnât have to feature Damon Albarn to be a supergroup (who would have known eh?) Besides that Kannberg 1664 isnât your ordinary supergroup (if such a thing exists), theyâre a supergroup Pavement cover band, comprised of Johnny Foreignerâs Alexi, Craig (Internet Forever), Aaron (Electricity and Lust) and Dan (4 or 5 Magicians). The band originally formed in May 2010 to perform a one-off cover set at a special evening to celebrate Pavement... (continued) [read more]
Today's Mix/Cover/Live + MP3 Roundup includes Jamie T, Pavement, John Vanderslice and Setting Sun. Remix MP3: Jamie T - Chaka Demus (Ben Bones Remix) Cover MP3: Setting Sun - You Got Lucky (Tom Petty) Live MP3: Pavement - Transport Is Arranged (Live) MP3 Of The Day! John Vanderslice MP3: John Vanderslice - Too Much Time (demo) http://www.myspace.com/johnvanderslice [read more]
Since the heady days of 2002 when Hundred Reasons and Vex Red released albums on major labels and the likes of Reuben were making waves with countless tours, earning the Hampshire townâs scene the tag of âEnglandâs answer to Seattleâ by at least one major magazine, the town of Aldershot and the surrounding areas has had countless scenes and several bands come through, but rarely has it been as healthy and varied as right now. With both Aldershotâs West End Centre and ... (continued) [read more]