Sleigh Bells offer a dark and dizzy live performance clip to accompany their Reign of Terror cut “Demons”.
DJs including 808 State, Dave Haslam, Graeme Park and Jon DaSilv were back on the site of the famous Hacienda nightclub – now an underground car-park – yesterday (May 21st) to help celebrate the 30th anniversary of the opening of the venue.
Pete Doherty‘s acting debut in Confession of a Child of the Century has been poorly received by movie critics.
Mumford & Sons will provide a brand new song to the soundtrack for the latest Pixar film Brave.
You remember The Enemy, don’t you? Like The Fratellis, The View and countless other bands to achieve public attention in the last seven years. This lot emerged, fiercely intent and carried along on a wave of positive sentiment from certain quarters of the music press, only to largely disappear under the weight of big expectations when their second album dropped. ‘Streets In The Sky’ has been hailed as a return to form, but aside from this record having a great title (like debut, ‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns‘), does it share any other similarities with the band’s #1-selling debut?
Spector have today released the full details of their debut album, which will be released this summer.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Emeli Sande are the latest act to be added to this year’s iTunes festival line-up.
The Stone Roses have ‘at least three or four’ new tracks recorded according to the writer of a new film set around the legendary band’s 1990 Spike Island gig.
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