Now, Australian singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett hasn’t has her newest record, a collaborative effort ‘Lotta Sea Lice’ with Kurt Vale out for too long but now, the frontwoman has her sights set on a new release.
In an interview with Beats 1, she revealed the record is almost ready!
“I’m trying to come up with a title for my new album,” she told Zane Lowe. “It’s all one sentence thoughts, you know trying to come up with something clever.”
When asked if her backing band would feature on her new record, Barnett said: “I don’t know. It could just be an album with me and a piano, so who knows? If I knew how the album was going to sound so far in advance, I wouldn’t bother recording it. But I love those guys, they’re the greatest musicians.”
Yes! Another new record to get excited about in 2018.
Andrew W.K has revealed his first record since 2009, titled ‘You’re Not Alone’ which will be released on March 2nd 2018.
Here is the artwork for the album.
On the record, the frontman said:
“I’m going for the sound of pure, unadulterated power; every emotion, every thought, every experience, every sensation, every fear, every joy, every clarity, every confusion, every up, every down… all extruded and concentrated into one thick syrup of super life-force feeling, and then psychically amplified by the celebratory spirit of glorious partying.”
And this is what the tracklisting looks like.
1. The Power of Partying
2. Music Is Worth Living For
3. Ever Again
4. I Don’t Know Anything
5. The Feeling of Being Alive
6. Party Mindset
7. The Party Never Dies
8. Give Up on You
9. Keep on Going
10. In Your Darkest Moments
11. The Devil’s on Your Side
12. Break the Curse
13. Total Freedom
14. Beyond Oblivion
15. Confusion and Clarity
16. You’re Not Alone
Read more at http://www.nme.com/news/music/andrew-w-k-announces-new-album-incredible-artwork-2166550#DHZxG6YSW3pVYDGC.99
We’re still right in the middle of festival announcement season and the next for this is the incredible Live At Leeds.
They’ve unveiled a huge line-up for the 2018 festival which includes Pale Waves, The Horrors, Circa Waves and Peace on the first announcement.
It will return on May 5th next year showcasing emerging talents across multiple venues across Leeds.
Here’s the poster for the full lineup.
In the last few weeks, sexual misconduct allegations against bands have been rife but now, Don Broco have released the following statement:
“We are pleased to report that recent accusations made against Rob have now been publicly retracted and an unreserved apology issued. We accept this apology in the spirit it was made and would like to draw a line under this whole matter so we can all move on.
We are aware that the person who made the apology has received abuse. We consider abusive behaviour to be totally unacceptable so please don’t intimidate anyone in our name. We ask everyone to respect that this apology has been accepted and we consider the matter closed.”
Yes! Another tour announcement! This time it sees Turbowolf go off in support of the upcoming record, ‘The Free Life.
Support Acts are to be announced but here is where you can catch the band.
9th – Manchester Academy 3
10th – Glasgow Stereo
11th – Newcastle O2 Academy 2
12th – Nottingham Rescue Rooms
14th – London Scala
15th – Bristol Bierkeller
Tickets go on sale Friday 1st December at 9AM from Turbowolf’s website.
Moose Blood are back at it again. After touring for their record, ‘Blush’ for the last two years, the band have announced new music.
Their latest track ‘Talk In Your Sleep’ will be released next Monday on December 4th.
In a surprising move, the band have given fans the chance to download the sheet music for the track, encouraging fans to play their own interpretation of it.
The sheet music is available at the following link.
Announcement season is in full swing as the second round of bands for next years Download Festival has been announced.
Avenged Sevenfold, Guns N’ Roses and Ozzy Osbourne have all been announced as the headliners for the Donnington Festival but joining them are:
Bullet For My Valentine
Black Veil Brides
In This Moment
Body Count FT. Ice T
The Pink Slips
Download Festival 2018 takes place 8th -10th June 2018 at Donnington Park, Derby.
Tickets are available now, including camping and non-camping options with the option to pay via installments from the festival’s official website.
Announcement season is upon us. First, we had festivals and now the nominations for the Grammy Awards have been unveiled!
Metallica, Foo Fighters, Code Orange and Avenged Sevenfold are all up for the gongs as well.
Here’s the Rock and Metal Catagories.
Best Metal Performance
August Burns Red – Invisible Enemy
Body Count – Black Hoodie
Code Orange – Forever
Mastodon – Sultan’s Curse
Meshuggah – Clockworks
Best Rock Performance
Leonard Cohen – You Want It Darker
Chris Cornell – The Promise
Foo Fighters – Run
Kaleo – No Good
Nothing More – Go To War
Best Rock Song
Metallica – Atlas, Rise!
K. Flay – Blood In The Cut
Nothing More – Go To War
Foo Fighters – Run
Avenged Sevenfold – The Stage
Best Rock Album
Mastodon – Emperor Of Sand
Metallica – Hardwired… To Self-Destruct
Nothing More – The Stories We Tell Ourselves
Queens Of The Stone Age – Villains
The War On Drugs – A Deeper Understanding
The Grammys are set to take place on January 28th 2018 at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Now, this is a match made in heaven.
Real Friends are off into the studio over the next few days and they are being joined by someone which will mean pop punk perfection is destined to come out of their time together.
That can only mean; Jeremy Mckinnon of A Day To Remember!
I cannot wait to listen to that!
Here’s their latest track, Get By.
Northlane have won an award for their stunning record, Mesmer.
The band won the award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Record at the 2017 Aria Awards for the record.
Here is their acceptance speech: