Posts tagged The Kills
[Night Out] The Kills @ Warsaw (04/13/2016)

Ugh. Alison Mosshart, please be my best friend. Like, don't listen to anyone else on the internet who wants you to be their best friend. I mean, you played a show on my birthday, so clearly you are already being a thoughtful future best friend. (Thanks bb!)

Gotta say, there's a very specific type of stylish person that likes The Kills and I was awkwardly not in that majority. I can't imagine wearing a leather jacket to a show, let alone wearing a leather jacket to a show full of people who are also all wearing leather jackets. It was very warm in there, but also You get what I mean. 

I have now seen my future best friend in both of the active bands that she's in. Not gonna lie, as badass as The Kills are, I like the energy that Jackie White can pull out of her when she's working her Dead Weather magic. I think it's mostly because when you watch her and White singing/shouting in each other's faces you can't tell if they're about to punch each other or make out. The Kills are just more subtle with their awesomeness, I suppose.

Speaking of awesomeness, I spotted so many fantastic humans at this show. Almost immediately once I was through the doors at Warsaw I practically knocked over Jimmy Gnecco from Ours. I also had the pleasure of observing Josh Homme playfully booty dancing with some gal pals of his before accidentally tripping Anthony Bourdain as he exited VIP. If my memory serves correctly they all adhered to the leathered dress code that I didn't know about. *Sigh* Whatever. 

Friendly reminder to one and all that The Kills are dropping a new record in just a few months. If "Doing It To Death" and "Heart Of A Dog" are any indication of what's to come, Ash & Ice is going to slayyy forrr dayssss. June 3rd hurry up already! 

[News] Domino Records Announces New Compilation

Domino Records looks back in time with a new compilation comprised of remixes from throughout the history of the label. The compilation, entitled Motion Sickness, features a vast array of previously released songs, with remixes of tracks from Animal Collective, Austra, Four Tet, Hot Chip, Junior Boys, Franz Ferdinand, The Kills, Austra, and Twin Sister, along with remixes by Justice, Daphni, Joy Orbison, SebastiAn, and Fake Blood. To bring you into their mindset, Domino Records have offered up a stream of Carl Craig's remix of Junior Boys' "Like a Child", which went on to earn the artist a Grammy nomination. Stream the song below, where you can also take a look at the full tracklisting for the 20-track effort.

Motion Sickness is out on December 3rd.

Motion Sickness Tracklist:
Disc 1
01. Austra – Beat & The Pulse (Still Going remix)
02. Tricky – Time To Dance (Maya Jane Coles remix)
03. Junior Boys – Like A Child (Carl Craig remix)
04. Juana Molina – Un Dia (Reboot remix)
05. About Group – You’re No Good (Theo Parrish remix)
06. Four Tet – Love Cry (Joy Orbison remix)
06. Liquid Liquid – Optimo (Matthew Dear remix)
07. Hot Chip – Night & Day (Daphni remix)
08. Stephen Malkmus – Kindling For The Master (Major Swellings remix)

Disc 2
01. Sons & Daughters – Orion (Emperor Machine remix)
02. Franz Ferdinand – The Fallen (Ruined by Justice)
03. The Kills – Cheap & Cheerful (SebastiAn remix)
04. Bonde Do Rolê – Marina Gasolina (Fake Blood remix)
05. Test Icicles – What’s Your Damage? (Alan Brax Fred Falke remix)
06. Clinic – Tomorrow (DFA Remix)
07. Blood Orange – Champagne Coast (Mike Simonetti remix)
08. Animal Collective – Summertimes Clothes (Dam Funk remix)
09. James Yorkston & Athletes – Woozy With Cider (Jon Hopkins remix)
10. Twin Sister – Kimmie In A Rice Field (Balam Acab remix)

[Watch] The Kills - "Wild Charms" (Official Video)

The Kills are celebrating 10 years as a band and in turn have just launched a brand new Youtube Channel that features all of their past videos along with some extra special footage looking back at their history together. Today we can enjoy a new video from the channel for the track "Wild Charms" which featured on last year's Blood Pressures. Directed by Kenneth Cappello it features Jamie Hince and a couple of vices; smoking and alcohol. Watch it above.

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[Listen] Just Tell Me That You Want Me - 'A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac' (Full Album Stream)

We've heard a couple of songs from Just Tell Me You Want Me - A Tribute To Fleetwood Mac over the past few months. Today we get to stream the entire project which features covers of Fleetwood Mac from the likes of Tame Impala, MGMT, St. Vincent, Washed Out, The Kills and Lykke Li. Stream it in full below and from the 14th of August you can pick up a copy of it over here.

[Watch] The Kills - "DNA" x "Sour Cherry" Live on Last Call

The Kills returned to the TV sets of many last night with a visit to Carson Daly at Last Call. We've seen plenty of footage in recent months as the band celebrated their 10th anniversary as a band and last night they delivered not one but two great performances which can be enjoyed right here. Up at the top you can watch Alison and Jamie perform "DNA" whilst after the jump you'll be treating you eyes and ears to a performance of "Sour Cherry". Props to The Audio Perv for the video hook up as always.

[Listen] The Kills - "Pale Blue Eyes" (Velvet Underground Cover)

With The Kills having released their awesome sounding studio album Blood Pressures last year they still keep offering up goodness for us! With the release of their recent single "The Last Goodbye" they put out a B-Side too which was a great sounding cover of the Velvet Underground track "Pale Blue Eyes" which featured on their self titled debut way back 1969. Check out how Alison and Jamie do below and grab the download too while your at it thanks to Domino Record Co.

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[Watch] The Kills - "The Last Goodbye" Live on Letterman

Last night at the Ed Sullivan Theater, Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince rocked up to put in a touching and heart wrenching performance of their track "The Last Goodbye" on the Late Show with David Letterman. The sombre track was performed by a pink haired Mosshart and it's hard to look away as the gentle track takes you through a ride of emotions. Check it out at the top courtesy of The Audio Perv. I'm sure Rocko is enjoying the sex-hair in this video.

The Kills' "The Last Goodbye" will be released as part of a four-track bundle on the 14th of February via Domino Records.