Noel Gallagher has admitted his intriguing collaborative album with the psychedelic duo Amorphous Androgynous could be shelved altogether due to the amount of work still left to be done on it.
The Cribs‘ Ryan Jarman has declared the band’s 2012 mission statement will be to ‘take on the mainstream’.
Martin Scorsese’s ambitiously comprehensive George Harrison documentary Living in the Material World will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray next month.
Unerringly left field, Pulp – or to that point awkwardly charismatic front man Jarvis Cocker‘s succession of backing bands – had been left in splendid anonymity by the UK’s uncaring record buying public for over a decade.
Caught in the scrum of desperate majors signing anybody patently ‘British’ as the country’s sense of national self worth reasserted itself, they were almost a twelve year old overnight sensation by the time ‘His N Hers‘ clipped suburban acidity looked up the nations’ skirt in mid-1994.
“DJ Club Network presents Penguin Prison in his own words and at the mic at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Penguin Prison (aka Chris Glover) is decidedly the artist to watch in 2012 – with countless remixes done for variety of genres, and songs that just as easily attract a pop sensibility as a disco sensibility, Penguin Prison’s diversity shows no bounds. And with a group of a friends that includes Classixx, Plastic Plates, and RAC, it seems Penguin Prison’s is also a favorite within the industry.
Bob Dylan is to be awarded with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his services to the United States.
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