Miles Kane has admitted the creation of his debut solo album ‘Colour Of The Trap‘ was a huge struggle at times, but is now glad to have taken his time in achieving the best possible finished product.
The Who legend Roger Daltrey has expressed his disappointment at what he considers to be a dirth of geniune frontmen and women in today’s music scene, reports Yahoo.
Echo & The Bunnymen leader Ian McCulloch has apologised to fans after storming off stage for a short time during a gig in Glasgow earlier this week.
According to reports, McCulloch had been grumbling about his crowd’s lack of timing, and also threatened hecklers, before finally abandoning the stage.
The press release suggests an uncompromising, tell-all story of the Hole frontwoman’s life is to be expected, detailing her ‘tumultuous marriage’ to the late Kurt Cobain, while also discussing other high profile celebrity relationships and giving accounts of her past battles with drug abuse.
Some of the earliest known Beatles recordings, which the band laid down with singer Tony Bennett while on residency in Hamburg, Germany in the early Sixties, are to be officially released on CD for the first time.
‘The Beatles With Tony Sheridan: First Recordings‘ , will be available on a deluxe double CD format, and is due to hit the shelves in the US on November 8th, though a UK release date has yet to be confirmed.
Okkervil River have released the video for new single ‘Your Life Past As a Blast‘, the first official promo from their brilliant 2011 album ‘I Am Very Far‘.
The video has been compiled by the band’s multi-talented frontman Will Sheff, and features footage from his father’s home movie collection.
Pete Doherty has one hell of a CV that is ridden with skills and accomplishments. Despite crafting a body of work that’s earned him worldwide admiration, he’s always lacked a quality that’s made it so difficult to love him – reliability.
An endless list of cancelled gigs and no-shows have tainted his reputation with the reliability expectations of a London bus. “He’s supposed to be on stage at 9.30, but it’s Pete, you know what he’s like,” muttered a steward outside the Brixton Academy.
Wire was asked by Q Magazine to name a classic album whose appeal eludes him, and opted for the Monkeys, whose debut record ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not‘ is considered one of the strongest releases of recent times.
Glasgow six-piece Dananananaykroyd will split following the completion of a UK tour in November.
After six years, the band have stated their intention to ‘go out with a bang’ via a statement released today:
Radiohead followed in the footsteps of fellow British heavyweights Coldplay by performing a R.E.M cover during their first US show at New York’s Roseland Ballroom last night (September 28th).
After R.E.M announced to the world their decision to call it a day last week, Coldplay took the opportunity to cover the band’s 1993 single ‘Everybody Hurts‘ on the 24th, to lend their respects to the influential American band.
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