Archive for September 21st, 2009

Foo Fighters to Release Greatest Hits

The Foo Fighters are getting ready to release a greatest hits album. The new LP will feature some of the bands best known tracks from their 15-year (and running) career, as well as two new tracks recorded with Butch Vig, who engineered Nirvana’s Nevermind. Here’s the tracklist: All My Life Best Of You Everlong The […]

Devendra Banhart “Baby” Released

Provided by Stereogum Devendra’s a major label artist now, having recently announced his shift from venerable indie XL to even more venerable music biz behemoth Warner Bros for his upcoming What Will Be LP. Otherwise things are looking similar, dude’s got his beard back and reassembled the Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon backing band on […]

The Raveonettes Get Fan’s Critiques On New Album

Provided by Billboard During the recording process for the fourth album by the Danish rock band the Raveonettes, “In and out of Control,” the higher-ups at their label, Vice, weren’t the only ones giving them feedback. To reach out to fans, guitarist/vocalist Sune Rose Wagner and bassist/vocalist Sharin Foo released their demos on Twitter and […]

Thom Yorke, Grizzly Bear, & Others on New Moon Soundtrack

Provided by Rolling Stone The tracklist for the upcoming soundtrack for Twilight sequel New Moon was revealed today, September 21st, on author Stephanie Meyer’s official website. In addition to Death Cab for Cutie’s first single “Meet Me on the Equinox,” the soundtrack will also feature contributions from Radiohead’s Thom Yorke, Muse, Grizzly Bear, Bon Iver […]

Death Cab’s got a new single

‘Meet Me On The Equinox’, the new single from Death Cab for Cutie on the New Moon soundtrack, is now available to stream in full at Death Cab has also hoped onThe New Moon soundtrack, which will be available on October 20th, but if you want to be one of the very first people […]

Kill Rock Stars “Back to School Sale”

Kill Rock Stars currently has their entire catalog of CDs on sale through Tuesday for back to school shoppers. This sale includes albums by: Hella, the Raincoats, Elliot Smith, Paris-Berlin, Deerhoof(pictured), the Decemberists, Sleater-Kinney, and Bikini Kill. The entire selection can be viewed and purchased HERE

Broadway music video

Broadway have unleashed their video for “The Same Thing We Do Everyday Pinky” which comes from their new record Kingdoms. The song features Craig Owens of Chiodos. The video does not.

Smashing Pumpkins to Release FREE Album

Provided By Blender Ready for a new Smashing Pumpkins album? Good—Billy Corgan is ready to give you one. And it won’t cost you one penny. But downloader beware: the songs will come one at a time, with “each new release coming shortly after.” And Corgan claims the finished ‘album’ will have 44 songs, so this […]

Julian Casablancas: Next Member of The Strokes To Go Solo

Provided By Pitchfork Have you listened to the Strokes’ first two albums recently? If not, they’re definitely worth a Friday afternoon revisit– those songs show no wrinkles. If anything, they somehow sound tighter now than ever. So, even if we haven’t heard anything truly phenomenal from the Strokes camp in six years, we’re still cautiously […]

Pavement Added Four Shows to Tour

Provided by Pitchfork Media UPDATE: A third Central Park show has been added! It’s on September 23, 2010. And a fourth one on September 24! We know they’re back together. We know they’ll tour the world in 2010. And we know they’ll play Central Park Summerstage in NYC on September 21, 2010– one year from […]

Aftermath of Wayne Coyne and Flaming Lips on Colbert

Just to add on to the previous posts on this matter: Colbert Nation was able to catch a glimpse into The Flaming Lips new album, Embryonic when they performed, “Convinced of the Hex” live, and Mr. Colbert sat down with frontman Wayne Coyne. Colbert also announced late in the interview with Mr. Coyne that Embryonic […]

Vampire Weekend’s Latest has the DL on Vampire Weekend’s up-and-coming second release. Less than a year after indie-rock sensations — and SPIN cover boys — Vampire Weekend released their self-titled debut, the New York, NY, quartet is already gearing up for their sophomore effort. “We’ve got a lot of stuff written but nothing recorded yet,” frontman Ezra […]