sábado, 3 de agosto de 2013

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band To Stream New Album Track Every Week

Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band will release their brand new album ‘Take Me To The Land Of Hell’ on Chimera Music on September 16. The album continues a bout of creativity for 80-year-old Ono, who recently curated the successful Meltdown Festival in London.
The album comes four years after her previous studio album 'Between My Head And The Sky' which received rave reviews and was voted one of Mojo Magazine’s Albums Of the Year. That same year Ono was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by Mojo for her ground-breaking music and art.
'Take Me To The Land Of Hell' was recorded in New York and was produced by Yoko, Sean Lennon and Yuka Honda. The album includes remixes by Mike D and Adrock and Keigo "Cornelius" Oyamada. You can now listen to a brand new track from the album every Monday here.
The record was planned and made during a hugely productive period which saw Ono plan the Meltdown Festival in London. Yoko’s curatorship is already being hailed as the best in the 20 year history of the festival which this year included a coruscating opening night performance by Yoko Ono Plastic Ono Band, and guest appearances by Ono with Cibo Matto, Peaches, Kim Gordon and a closing night collaborative performance with Siouxsie of Ono’s seminal 'Walking On Thin Ice'. Meltdown 2013 featured a huge cross–section of artists including Savages, Kim Gordon, Siouxsie, Cibo Matto, Bo Ningen, Thurston Moore, Iggy Pop, Deerhoof, Patti Smith, Peaches, Marianne Faithfull, Boy George, Patrick Wolf, Reggie Watts, Viv Albertine, Alva Noto and Ryuichi Sakamoto, Pussy Riot and Immortal Technique.

Written by Jon Stickler

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