Video: Automne – “Pendant Que Les Champs Brûlent” Single out now on ATPD Records. Niagara’s “Pendant Que Les Champs Brûlent” was a big single in France in 1990. The duo were offered an American deal, but they refused to record English-language versions of their songs so they never got signed over here. (Note: This is … Continue reading New Automne video: Pendant Que Les Champs Brulent
Video: Automne – “Sœurs de cœur” Directed by Joséphine Lajeat. From the Automne EP, due March 23. Paris has style. I mean, come on. Look at this video. Who has house parties where everybody is so elegant and chic? Not in a trendy or pretentious or stuffy way, but just totally stylish. Wine, pistachios, tarot … Continue reading New Automne video: Soeurs de Coeur
MP3: Public Enemy Featuring Paris – “Remix Of A Nation” from Remix Of A Nation, produced by Paris, out October 23. Guerrilla Funk says this album is intended as a supplement to Rebirth Of A Nation, and is presented with alternate mixes that have a more “noise-oriented, classic throwback” vibe.
On the songs that rock hardest, the two cellos, the violin and Escovedo’s guitar hammer riffs while Polkingham solos, and no one misses the drums and electricity. The first report from GLONO’s new Paris office!
Legendery Detroit rock photographer Sue Rynski is letting us use one of her shots of Patti Smith receiving the insignia of Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres in Paris. You’ll only see it here!
“Bush Killa” by Paris from his 1992 album, Sleeping With The Enemy. A “revenge fantasy about the assasination of then president George H.W. Bush.” On Guerrilla Funk. Still great today.
Like everyone who cares about real rock and roll, Glorious Noise loves the MC5. That’s why we had to fly to Paris to catch the reunion tour of the surviving members.
Rapper Paris releases new album, Sonic Jihad, on his own label and Whitey is freaking out! MP3.
Just picked up the March issue of The Source. Damn, why did I stop reading this rag after being a subscriber back in the day? Oh, that’s right, because rap started to, and continues to, suck. But The Source doesn’t. Yeah, you get more typos than your average Corporate BS Magazine, but fuck that. It’s … Continue reading Paris is a millionaire stock broker