Vinyl Archives: Week of June 10th

Featuring Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, the Pixies, 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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Lou Reed – “Perfect Day”

Karen O and Danger Mouse recently covered this Lou Reed classic at Sirius XMU. The duo paired up earlier this year to release a collaborative album Lux Prima, and have done it again with this new tune. Karen O is a huge fan of the late Lou Reed, and even helped to induct him into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. The duo sound amazing together and it is no surprise that they recorded yet another great track.
 

Iggy Pop – “Real Wild Child (Wild One)”

Iggy Pop has released a full video for “Run Like A Villain.” The punk legend teamed up with producer Chris Stein to show an amazing mixture of punk creativity and his growing interest in West African music. Visual artist Marta Kacprzak of Motion Picture Stories works on the video, pushing the song back to popularity for the first time in decades.
 

Pixies – “Monkey Gone to Heaven”

The Pixies recently released a new track, “On Graveyard Hill,” and announced that they’re set to release a new album titled Beneath The Eyrie. The first single from the indie giants is a spooky, raucous rock track that revolves around a roar of heavy guitars, squalling instrumentals, and monotonous, crooning vocals. The delightfully eerie tune references all things mysterious, like “the witching hour,” “potions,” and “the poisonous forest.”
 

R.E.M. – “Stand”

A report from the New York Times recently revealed that on June 1st, 2008, Universal Studios Hollywood suffered from a fire that destroyed material from some of their biggest musicians, including artists like Nirvana, R.E.M., and more. The publication goes on and to reveal that the label had claimed that over 118,230 of assets being destroyed. This included the loss of an estimate of over 500,000 song titles, such as unheard material from Nirvana, R.E.M, Soundgarden, Beck, Janet Jackson, Eminem, Nine Inch Nails, and more.
 

Stevie Nicks – “Edge of Seventeen”

Earlier this year, Fleetwood Mac announced that they had to reschedule dates for their North American tour after Stevie Nicks had the flu. No need to fear, Fleetwood Mac fans! Now, the rescheduled date is fast approaching, as the Grammy-winning band is set to play Quebec City on October 30th, Toronto on November 1st, Winnipeg on November 7th, Calgary on November 10th, and Edmonton on November 30th.