The song ‘Let Me Lie’ will be featured on Trey Anastasio‘s forthcoming seventh solo album, ‘Traveler,’ but while it’s a new recording, it’s not exactly a new tune. In fact, the Phish frontman has been playing ‘Let Me Lie’ for years, teaming up with a diverse variety of musical collaborators — from his own Trey Anastasio Band and the Scorchio Quartet to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Denver Symphony Orchestra — employing an equally diverse variety of instrumentation.
The Silversun Pickups‘ ‘Neck of the Woods’ album didn’t exactly get a glowing review from Diffuser.fm when it arrived back at the beginning of May — our writer described it as sounding “as familiar as macaroni and cheese, and leaves you feeling just as bloated.” Does the disc’s latest single, ‘The Pit,’ deserve to be on the menu?
Gotye has paid tribute to the hundreds of videos featuring parodies and covers of his massive hit ‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ that have been posted on YouTube by putting together his own video mashup using the footage.
The lineup for the 2012 edition of the annual Virgin Mobile Freefest festival has been announced, and once again it’s an eclectic bill. Jack White, Skrillex and M83 are among the acts lined up to headline this year’s event, which will take place on Oct. 6 at Merriweather Post Pavillion amphitheatre in Columbia, Md. Other acts lined up for Virgin Fest include Santigold, Alabama Shakes, Ben Folds Five, Trampled by Turtles, Portugal. the Man, Future Islands and recently reunited Washington D.C. post-punk act Dismemberment Plan.
More pieces are falling into place for Atoms for Peace, the alt-rock supergroup featuring Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Radiohead‘s Thom Yorke and longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich. The group has posted a remix of their track ‘Other Side – Stuck Together,’ which is also the B-side of their first single, which is itself a remix of ‘Tamer Animals’ by Oklahoma band Other Lives. Got all that?
Interpol fans may have spent many a recent commercial break wondering “How are things on the West Coast?” thanks to that AT&T 4G commercial that’s always playing, but now they can start thinking about new tunes, as Paul Banksrevealed plans for a new solo album in 2012. The Interpol frontman has announced an Oct. 23 release date for the disc, which is simply titled ‘Banks.’
Can you believe it has been 20 long years since the Flaming Lips released their major label debut album, ‘Hit to Death in the Future Head,’ which dropped this week back in August 1992? In retrospect, two decades passing seems very appropriate, considering how much the band’s sonic blueprint has changed — and considering their now-veteran status and long-running success. But 20 years ago, the Lips getting inked to Warner didn’t seem an obvious move.
– Antony and the Johnsons have recorded with an orchestra on all four of their studio albums, but the new live one ‘Cut the World’ that’s out this week sounds especially lush and luxurious, thanks to the contributions of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra. It’s now streaming in
Four singles into her ‘Metals’ album and Feist has somewhat boldly selected ‘Anti-Pioneer’ as the latest to get video treatment. The track is an extremely sparse, casually loose groove that takes advantage of its excess of open space to showcase her phenomenal voice, which here sounds unusually vulnerable.
That didn’t take long. Yesterday (Aug. 9), late Beastie Boys rapper Adam ‘MCA’ Yauch‘s last will and testiment was publicly revealed to contain a clause banning his music being used in any advertisements, and now E! reports that Mike D, Ad-Rock and the estate of the late Yauch sued Monster Energy Corp. on Tuesday for copyright infringement.
Plans have been announced to set up a charity in honor of Scott Johnson, the 33-year-old drum technician killed in the tragic June stage collapse before an outdoor Radiohead concert in Toronto, Ontario. Johnson’s parents have set up the Scott Johnson Bursary Fund for Young Musicians to provide instruments for aspiring musicians in the town of Rotherham, England, where Johnson grew up.
Muse have hopped on the dubstep bandwagon — and wouldn’t you know it, like everything else the Brit rock trio churns out, they’ve done it in epic fashion. For a taste of Muse trying their hand at the biggest trend in EDM, check out Exhibit A: ’Unsustainable,’ the latest track unleashed from their forthcoming sixth full-length album, ‘The 2nd Law.’
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