Vinyl Archives: Week of July 1st

Featuring the Pixies, the English Beat, INXS, and more!

Join us on a journey through the gigantic vinyl archive each weekday on-air at 9:45 a.m. & 3:45 p.m. If you miss an episode, you can catch them on Facebook and Twitter at 9 p.m. each weeknight, or on Indie88.com.

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Pixies – “Wave of Mutilation”

The Pixies have been dropping episodes of their current series, It’s A Pixies Podcast, which teases songs from their forthcoming album, Beneath The Eyrie. The first episode was released at the end of June, and it featured clips from three completed songs in addition to their recently released single, “On Graveyard Hill.”
 

English Beat – “Mirror In The Bathroom”

The English Beat are set to join Rancid on their forthcoming tour that begins in September and features tons of other artists like Pennywise, Suicidal Tendencies, The Aquabats, Turnstile, Iron Reagan, and Angel Dust. They even have one Canadian date, as the tour will be stopping at Rebel in Toronto on September 17th.
 

INXS – “Never Tear Us Apart”

Today, the documentary Mystify: Michael Hutchence was released on BBC, and it explores the life of Australian musician, singer-songwriter, actor, and star of INXS, Michael Hutchence. Mystify is a film by Richard Lowenstein, who is known for creating music videos for INXS. The documentary tells the story of the troubled star and takes an inside look at Hutchence’s life, with testimonies from those who knew him, glimpses at his love life, never before seen footage of the late rock star and the brain injury that led to his untimely passing.
 

John Lennon – “Imagine”

The musical comedy flick Yesterday recently hit theatres, and the feature film follows struggling singer-songwriter Jack Malik who, after a freak bus accident and a worldwide blackout, is the only person in the entire world who remembers the Beatles. After failing to find any record of them online, Malik becomes a star by playing famed songs like “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” and “Something.”
 

Bob Marley – “One Love”

If you haven’t watched it yet, late last year Netflix dropped an investigative documentary series that explores music’s biggest mysteries called ReMastered. The first episode, “Who Shot the Sheriff?,” explores the attempted assassination of Bob Marley. The episode looks at the 1976 attack against Marley, which took place at his mansion in Kingston, Jamaica days before he was set to perform at a large concert for peace.