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It’s The Stone Roses‘ first new song since 1994, and “All For One,” is a return to the musical form we last heard from them, way back in 1994 when they released their second and final album, Second Coming. Continue reading →
A little more than a week ago, Radiohead rid their social media channels – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – of all their past tweets, photos, and status update, and went completely blank. It was a social move that sent fans and the interweb into a frenzy, a signal that “something was happening,” in Radioheadland. Continue reading →
Mumford & Sons will release a new EP on June 17th called Johannesburg.
The five-song EP was recorded in several days with Senegalese singer and guitarist Baaba Maal, the musician/DJ and production duo The Very Best, as well as the South African pop band Beatenberg. Continue reading →
Country-soul singer-songwriter Karl Blau. a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and DIY-er from Anacortes, Washington. He has released more than 40 records in 20 or so years, many self-released in handmade packaging and mailed to subscribers, and others on iconic indie Northwest record labels like K and KNW-YR-OWN label. Blau has also toured solo and recorded for years with Laura Veirs and other bands. Continue reading →
A highly anticipated collection of covers of Grateful Dead songs, Day Of The Dead, is being released on May 20th. Curated by Aaron and Bryce Dessner of The National, the all-star collection features 59 songs, with contributions by The Lone Bellow, Jim James, Wilco, the Flaming Lips, Mumford and Sons, Kurt Vile, Lucius, Lucinda Williams, Bela Fleck and many others. Continue reading →