Don’t expect to find Prince’s new album “20Ten” on iTunes or on any other legal music outlet that is. Prince has told the Daily Mirror that his future will not include the Internet or possibly computers of any kind and went on to declare the Internet “completely over” – guess you’ll have to find ways to party like it’s 1999 without your Internet music soon?
The acts signed to The Beatles’ record label Apple are set to have a selected number of their albums remastered and reissued on October 25th.
Soundbites today has news of a setback for The Strokes as they record their new LP, a new collaborative effort between Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse, the dismal weather reports for this weekend’s T In The Park, and there’s also news of Google’s move into music downloads, while Justin Hawkins is good enough to dismiss rumours of a Darkness reunion.
Richard Ashcroft and his new group United Nations of Sound are going to be releasing their debut album this month. Oddly enough, the Brit Rock legend went on the attack this week and told Shortlist Mag that he believes Britain’s music scene has become stale and dull as people chase fame.
The Divine Comedy have announced details of a UK tour to begin in November.
Trip hop duo Massive Attack have told BBC 6Music they are planning a fresh, more instrumental outlook for their new album, the follow-up to this February’s ‘Heligoland‘.
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