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Kasabian cover the Ghostbusters theme for Sirius FM

Kasabian cover the Ghostbusters theme for Sirius FM

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 10:59am

Kasabian acoustically covering the Ghostbusters theme tune…Do you know what? It’s actually pretty good. Scroll down to have a listen and see what you make of it.

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U2 to be both 'explosive' and 'intimate' on next world tour

U2 to be both ‘explosive’ and ‘intimate’ on next world tour

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 10:00am

Last time out it was all about the grandeur, the Claw, 360 degrees, ultimately about achieving the highest grossing world tour ever.

This time, there’ll still be the grandeur, but according to U2‘s bass player Adam Clayton, the band will also be looking to put on far more intimate concerts in the cities they visit after releasing ‘Songs Of Innocence‘ earlier this month.

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iC1s announce debut mini-album, UK tour with Dexters

iC1s announce debut mini-album, UK tour with Dexters

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 9:19am

The iC1s have confirmed the details of their debut mini-album which will spark a November tour of the UK with Dexters.

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Video: She & Him preview 'Classics' album on The Tonight Show

Video: She & Him preview ‘Classics’ album on The Tonight Show

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 7:38am

She & Him were on US television on Wednesday night (October 29th) promoting their forthcoming covers album ‘Classics‘.

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Foo Fighters unveil new track 'Congregation'

Foo Fighters unveil new track ‘Congregation’

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 6:05am

Another piece of the ‘Sonic Highways‘ jigsaw has been released by Foo Fighters before the album is out on November 10th. Have a listen to ‘Congregation‘ below.

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Producer Dave Sitek invites Liam Gallagher to work on solo material

Producer Dave Sitek invites Liam Gallagher to work on solo material

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 5:03am

Their collaboration on last year’s ‘BE‘ album proved to be the final act for Beady Eye, but producer Dave Sitek wants to rekindle his studio relationship with Liam Gallagher in the future.

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Michael Eavis rules out Fleetwood Mac, Queen for Glastonbury 2015

Michael Eavis rules out Fleetwood Mac, Queen for Glastonbury 2015

Posted on 31 Oct 2014 at 3:51am

One of the favourites to headline next year’s sold-out Glastonbury festival has been ruled out by organiser Michael Eavis.

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PJ Harvey shares cover of Nick Cave's 'Red Right Hand'

PJ Harvey shares cover of Nick Cave’s ‘Red Right Hand’

Posted on 30 Oct 2014 at 10:59am

PJ Harvey and Nick Cave clearly sit very snugly with one another sonically speaking, so it’s probably a logical conclusion for a cover or two to appear from time to time if the situation is right, and Polly has now done just that for the soundtrack to the BBC’s historical drama series Peaky Blinders.

New Dead Weather track ‘Buzzkill(er)’ unveiled

New Dead Weather track ‘Buzzkill(er)’ unveiled

Posted on 30 Oct 2014 at 10:04am

More new Dead Weather material has been unveiled in the form of ‘Buzzkill(er)’, which is due to be paired up with ‘It’s Just Too Bad’ and put out as a single via Third Man Records’ subscription service on November 4th. Have a listen below.

Royal Blood: 'Rock and guitar music is no longer dead'

Royal Blood: ‘Rock and guitar music is no longer dead’

Posted on 30 Oct 2014 at 9:11am

They started the year on the industry hype lists and have ended it on the Mercury Prize shortlist.

Does the runaway success of Royal Blood during 2014 mean the mainstream is ready to embrace guitar-led music once more? Should we even care?

Either way Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher have said they believe rock music is ‘no longer dead’ and is now fighting fit after their self-titled debut album went straight in at number one on the UK chart in August.

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