RNDM’s new video for “Walking Through New York” makes me nostalgic for a time when the subway tunnels weren’t flooded with four feet of water…
RNDM, the new side project of Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament, Joseph Arthur, and Richard Stuverud, released its debut effort Acts today. Along with that comes the video for “Walking Through New York,” which is fairly literal. The song itself is jam-like, with falsetto vocals and a relaxed pace. Check it out!
RNDM - Walking Through New York (Official) (by RNDMBAND)
Photofantasm, the forthcoming Soundgarden tour-photo-book is looking for contributions from fans in the form of concert photos and show stories to be included in the book when it is released later this year.
Photofantasm chronicles the latest chapter in Soundgarden’s career starting with the 2010 shows, through the most recent European shows this year. The book will include fan photos and stories.
At long last, someone had the ingenious idea to combine two of my all-time favorite things in the world: William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the music of Pearl Jam. I promise it makes more sense than you might think. If you’re in New York City this week and looking for something interesting to check out, I’d adamantly suggest checking out A King Of Infinite Space, a new “rock and roll adaptation” of Hamlet that just premiered at the HERE production house last night.