All posts tagged: Sons of An Illustrious Father

New Music / June 2018

6. 1. 18 Hello and Happy Weekend…New music for the month of June has arrived. Thanks to Metacritic we can see what artists are getting ready for their album releases… Credit source: Metacritic 1 JUNE 2018 American Aquarium Things Change Ben Howard Noonday Dream Black Thought x 9th Wonder & The Soul Council Streams of Thought Vol. 1. Father John Misty God’s Favorite Customer Ghost Prequelle Joan of Arc 1984 Kanye West [Title TBA] LUMP LUMP [Laura Marling and Mike Lindsay] mazzy star Still Constant Image Natalie Prass The Future And The Past Neko Case Hell-On Oneohtrix Point Never Age of Pete Yorn & Scarlett Johansson Apart [EP] Richard Edwards Verdugo [Margot & The Nuclear So And So’s] Roger Daltrey As Long As I Have You Sons Of An Illustrious Father Deus Sex Machina: Or, Moving Slowly Beyond Nikola Tesla [Josh Aubin, Lilah Larson, and Ezra Miller] 8 JUNE 2018 Ali Shaheed Muhammed and Adrian Younge The Midnight Hour Dave Matthews Band Come Tomorrow Dierks Bentley The Mountain Flasher Constant Image Gruff Rhys Babelsberg Jorja …

Cool: Sons of an Illustrious Father – Extraordinary Rendition

March 10 / 18 One more post. It’s been awhile since I’ve put a Cool post and I need to catch up! Here is a video from Sons of an Illustrious Father‘s new video to their new single, Extraordinary Rendition. Loved the video and I hope you love it too… Enjoy the rest of your weekend, be blessed! Directed by Rafe Scobey-Thal Costume design by Colleen Atwood Choreography by Marta Miller Special thanks to Naomi Ludlow and Miriam Montague   Image source: the hype magazine

Music News…Exitmusic Returns & Sons of An Illustrious Father Live

February 24 / 18 Hey again…been a minute since I’ve dived into the music scene, well not really. One band makes a return from a five-year hiatus, while another band is performing live in NYC and Hollywood.   Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church, the duo that is Exitmusic are back. We haven’t heard from them since their last 2012 album, Passage. Now after a five-year hiatus, the former couple has returned with a new single from their upcoming album, The Recognitions. The album is a reflection of their once fairy-tale relationship. Here is a snippet from the website Bandcamp: While many couples can trace the real time rise and fall of their relationship back to social media feeds and harried phone calls, Aleksa Palladino and Devon Church have channeled the highs and lows of their storybook courtship into something else entirely: the explosive, discomforting confessionals of Exitmusic. The mercurial project started the year they got married (2004) and all-but-imploded during their recent divorce, but not before the duo wrapped its most fully realized collection of …