Daily Riot Fest RoundupWednesday, September 6th, 2017
Check out this shitty interview we just did with Diarrhea Planet. It’s the Würst!
Primus tore it up at North Coast Music Festival last weekend, and now we have another new song from the band’s new album, The Desaturating Seven. The album comes out September 29th, it’s based on a children’s book from 1978 called The Rainbow Goblins, and it’s Primus’s first with the original lineup since 1995’s Tales from the Punchbowl. Enjoy “The Scheme,” and remember: Primus sucks.
Twin Peaks (the Chicago band, not the TV thing) has released another set of tunes as a part of the band’s Sweet ’17 Singles 7-inch subscription series. Today they’ve revealed “Come For Me” and “Fat Chance.” Based on the music, this band seems to have a wide range of influences. They should DJ at a party someday…
Check out part one of three of the Oral History of Riot Fest over at Alternative Press today. Part two comes tomorrow, and part three will surface on, you guessed it, Friday!
IN OTHER NEWS…
Brooklyn Vegan interviewed Mike and Tim Kinsella from Cap’n Jazz on a wide range of topics, including how excited they are to be playing right before Dinosaur Jr. and Jawbreaker at Riot Fest this year. Can’t say we blame them.
Rolling Stone interviewed John Doe and Exene Cervenka from X, and they reminisce on being a band for 40 years.
Anybody care to chime in on Dan Ozzi from Noisey‘s inquiry?
A question: What band/artist has the highest batting average as far as albums go?
— Dan Ozzi (@danozzi) September 6, 2017
Ever wonder what it’s like behind the scenes at a Queens of the Stone Age video shoot? Wonder no more!
— QOTSA (@qotsa) September 6, 2017
Josh Berwanger from The Anniversary with some quality trivia for that ass.
Sounds like a horror film. But what a fun fact. pic.twitter.com/2px6nZ4fvq
— Berwanger (@JoshuaBerwanger) September 6, 2017
Hey, Brendan Kelly, we got next game!
Whenever the world gets too overwhelming, I like to relax and tune out with a nice electronic game pic.twitter.com/JHEl7VcmVs
— brendan kelly (@badsandwich) September 6, 2017
Come taste The Riot Feast‘s wieners at Würst Music & Beer Fest this weekend!
Come Taste our Wieners at Wurst Fest this weekend! pic.twitter.com/usUTDyd58m
— The Riot Feast (@TheRiotFeast) September 6, 2017
I want to feel you from the diddly. pic.twitter.com/oAjKY6YPVa
— Riot Fest (@RiotFest) September 6, 2017