Tag Archives: Alain Johannes

A SXSW Guide To Metal Events

Posted by on March 8, 2013

With the interactive portion of the 27th annual SXSW festival kicking off today, downtown Austin is transforming into a shitshow of epic proportions. Literally thousands of bands, hundreds of vendors, countless other companies, and a four-story tall Doritos vending machine are transforming the usually semi-sedate streets of Austin into nine days of marketing, branding and music […]

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Dave Grohl Brings Sound City Players To New York

Posted by on February 14, 2013

There are few current  musicians that could direct a documentary, make an album with some of their musical idols, and then get them play shows to promote the film and subsequent soundtrack: Jay Z. His wife. Taylor Swift. Mumford. His Sons. And of course Dave Grohl, who brought his Sound City Players to New York’s Hammerstein […]

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Dave Grohl’s Sound City Players Announce NYC Show

Posted by on February 2, 2013

When we saw the first NYC screening of Sound City, a rep from Variance Films (who was on hand to introduce the film) joked how disappointed we likely were that Dave Grohl wasn’t there. In fact, Grohl was in L.A. for both a separate screening and for a show with his “Sound City Players,” who […]

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Dave Grohl Enlists Members Of Slipknot And Rage Against The Machine For “Sound City Players” Show

Posted by on January 9, 2013

Last month, Dave Grohl revealed plans to perform at the Sundance Film Festival on January 18 with a band of “Sound City Players” in support of his new documentary. It was already a safe bet that the band and guest appearances would be made up of appear in the film and soundtrack. But now we […]

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Josh Homme Records Theme Song For “Aqua Unit Patrol Squad One”

Posted by on April 27, 2011

Queens Of The Stone Age/Them Crooked Vultures frontman Josh Homme and frequent collaborator Alain Johannes have recorded a new theme song for Adult Swim’s Aqua Unit Patrol Squad One (formerly known as Aqua Teen Hunger Force). Audio of the theme song can be heard over at Pitchfork.com.

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