Check out new music from Filthy Friends –Peter’s band with Corin Tucker… Listen to their new track, “November Man,” at Stereogum:
Dodd Ferrelle, mayor of the City of Winterville and frontman of Dodd & the Councilmen, wrote the following piece for us on his band’s upcoming show at the Fox Theatre on September 13th at 7:00 PM. for what promises to be an unforgettable night as the Fox Theatre Institutecelebrates Georgia’s historic theaters and FTI’s tenth year … Continued
The mysterious Bingo Hand Job played a sold-out show at the Borderline club in London on March 15, 1991. On Record Store Day (April 13), that legendary set will be available to relive via a limited edition 2-LP pressing. Until then – enjoy the first (and only) single available digitally. Stream or download “Radio Song” for … Continued
Music has played such an important role on Sesamestreet for 50 years, and we are thrilled to have been a part of that! Happy 50th anniversary! #ThisIsMyStreet Watch a very special video of the band performing on Sesame Street: http://bit.ly/2HL39Cn
Relive the epic music from Marvel Studios‘ Captain Marvel with the official playlist, feat. the R.E.M. songs “Crush With Eyeliner” and “Man On The Moon”: Listen here – https://found.ee/rem-captainmarvel-ost-r ”
For four years, Athens, Georgia, musicians and activists have used every MLK holiday weekend to cross the lines of genre and race to make music together. In this piece penned for The Bitter Southerner, REMHQ’s Bertis Downs discusses his turn at the mic last month. Athens in Harmony https://berto.fyi/TBSxAthensInHarmony
Congratulations to our good friend and colleague Jim McKay whose film En El Séptimo Día just received The Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award (For best feature made under $500,000) in the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards.
f you’ve been around the Athens music scene much at all, it’s likely you’re familiar with the name Chris McKay. Chris has been a stalwart on the scene for quite some time both as a musician and a photographer for Flagpole, not to mention a much-beloved Athenian and friend of REMHQ.
Michael and David Belisle attended the changetheref.org news conference today in NYC along with Emma Gonzalez, Susan Sarandon, Katie Couric and the sister of Joaquin Oliver who was killed in Parkland one year ago today. Check out their website advocating for sane gun legislation and education. Get involved if you can! Pictured: the candy they handed out … Continued
Rolling Stone has posted an interview with Filthy Friends — Corin Tucker & Peter Buck– along with the premiere of the band’s new song “Last Chance County.” The track is slated to appear on their upcoming album, Emerald Valley, due out May 3rd. Read and listen here: http://bit.ly/2SrR1ff Filthy Friends has plans to tour in May with the following … Continued
Here’s a review of Mike’s Concerto for Violin, Rock Band and String Orchestra with Robert McDuffie and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra this past weekend. Read all about it: berto.fyi/UnclutchThePearls
Get your tickets now for Mike and Robert McDuffie’s upcoming February performance of Mike’s rock concerto and Antonio Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Ticket info here From the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra website: VIVALDI ROCKS with Robert McDuffie and R.E.M.’s Mike Mills GRAMMY-nominated violinist, Robert McDuffie joins the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for … Continued
OUR FRIEND JONAS MEKAS Dec.24, 1922—Jan 23, 2019 “In a meadow full of flowers, you cannot walk through and breathe those smells and see all those colors and remain angry. We have to support the beauty, the poetry, of life.” ~Jonas Mekas “As a film-maker and a poet, I feel it’s my duty to be … Continued
If you’re in and around Nashville tomorrow, Bertis is on a panel at City Winery with Patterson Hood of Drive-By Truckers and Chuck Reece of The Bitter Southerner as part of the WHO KNEW series. The panel, which also includes Ken Paulson, dean of MTSU’s College of Media & Entertainment and director of the Free Speech Center, Chastity Brown, singer, songwriter, … Continued
Joseph Arthur and I gave an impromptu performance for the students of the The Palapa Society of Todos Santos, A.C. last Friday. We played songs and listened to some songs played by the children, and we had a question and answer session. It was by far the most moving experience of this entire journey, and … Continued