Duran Duran has posted a few treats for us this weekend. First off, the band posted an official live video for Is There Something I Should Know, taken from the famous As The Lights Go Down concert series that were filmed during the Arena tour in 1984. The vinyl version of As The Lights Go Down was a much sought after commodity this record store day.
This article highlights some of the new music that was released the week ending April 19, 2019. This weeks selections are mostly synth and electronic focused.
The duo of Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth, otherwise known as Frou Frou, have released their first new song since the 2002 album Details. The track is called Guitar Song (Live). As you might infer from the name, Guitar Song (Live) has a more acoustic feel to it compared to their prior art. Time will…
There have been reports of a movie about Depeche Mode coming to Netflix this summer. The movie is a documentary telling the story of six dedicated, long-time Depeche Mode fans from six countries. The film ends with each of the fans meeting up for the bands Berlin concert, which was the final concert of the 2018 Spirit tour.
Tears For Fears joined Weezer on the Jimmy Kimmel show for a performance of their iconic hit song Everybody Wants To Rule The World. Weezer has recently recorded a cover of the song on their Teal Album of all covers where they also covered a-Ha, Toto, The Eurythmics, Michael Jackson and TLC.
Trainspotting writer Irvine Welsh, director Danny Boyle and actor Ewen Bremmer, who played Spud in the Trainspotting films, will reunite for a film based on Creation Records.
Great news for Slowdive fans. Singer Rachel Goswell has teamed up with her husband, Steve Clarke, to form a new band called The Soft Cavalry
Morrissey left us with a treat on Record Store Day. He released a single for Lover To Be, which was a bonus track from his latest solo album Low In High School. The b-side for the record store day 7″ release is a previously unreleased track called I Thought You Were Dead.
This weeks compilations feature the latest new releases in Indie Pop. This is a great collection of upbeat pop tunes with a little twang, a little twee and a little synth.
In what must feel like a kick in the gut to our Canadian friends, Morrissey’s facebook page announced that the first two shows, and maybe more, of his Canadian tour have been cancelled.
Feature film writer Todd Alcott has an interesting side hobby. When her isn’t working on films, he likes to dabble in digital art combining two of his favorite topics – vintage pulp fiction and David Bowie. Alcott has long been a Bowie fan. In fact, if you head over to his website you will find…
Sigur Rós has 2 new releases available for record store day, 22° Lunar Halo and Variations On Darkness
April 13th is the much anticipated Record Store Day. To celebrate this, Sigur Rós has announced two exclusive vinyl albums that they will be releasing.