Buzzcocks have premiered It’s Not You – a song taken from upcoming album The Way.
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The 17th annual Buds ‘N’ Suds benefit for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America was held in Nashville, and included performances from up-and-coming talent as well as established artists, and a silent auction featuring autographed items from legends like Garth Brooks and Paul McCartney. Hosted by Blair Garner of America’s Morning Show, the show […]
Three years ago, the Scottish producer Rustie dropped Glass Swords , one of the most thrilling electronic albums of the decade. Defined by its visceral, explosive joy and a broad spectrum of synth sounds that blow raspberries on trap beats, it established Rustie as a global creative force and propelled him on a virtually non-stop tour schedule that still shows no signs of ceasing. The 30 Greatest EDM Albums With Rustie’s latest album, Green Language , the producer has flipped the roygbiv maximalism of Glass Swords on its head, delving deeper into his broad synth trick-bag, kicking up new dance-floor dust and adding a host of vocalists (including Detroit bruiser Danny Brown, grime icon D Double E, and DC soul singer Muhsinah).
Last night, Emily West‘s journey on “America’s Got Talent” ended just shy of victory. The singer came in 2nd place to magician Mat Franco. Throughout the season, Emily brought her A-game, wowing the judges with her phenomenal vocal ability. Her final performances were definitely something to be proud of. Take a look.
9.18.14 – With remixes from Eye On It…
The identity of Joey Jordison’s replacement in Slipknot may have been revealed through the tweet of an angry ex-bandmate.
A deluxe edition of Kiss’ Love Gun is to be released later this year.
Photo courtesy of Ellen Foord Gabe Johnson owns Horses Cut Shop , a Seattle based T-shirt company creating one-of-a-kind shirts based off of small businesses sprinkled throughout America. In Great American Country’s newest yet-to-be-titled original series, Johnson travels the U.S. looking for small towns with small, struggling businesses and untold stories. What he learns on his adventures inspire his T-shirt designs that he sells in department stores across the country. Gabe then gives back some of the profits to the businesses featured on the shirts
[tweetmeme]After releasing a steady stream of 7-inch singles over the past couple years, The Dead Milkmen return next month with their first new album in three years, a 17-track collection called Pretty Music For Pretty People that, perhaps not surprisingly, contains many of the songs included on those limited-edition 45s. The new album, which follows up 2011′s The King in Yellow , which was the Milkmen’s first new album in 15 years, arrives Oct. 7. The band — original members Joe Jack Talcum, Dean Clean and Rodney Anonymous, plus bassist Dan Stevens, who replaces the late Dave Blood — reunited in 2008, and has been playing sporadically ever since.
Off to Hollywood FL tomorrow for another quick trip to the Seminole Hard Rock. I’ve been lucky to have the opportunity to host several rock shows and this great venue and it’s always a blast. I’ll be hosting Experience Hendrix this Friday night at 8PM at the venue.
BUCKCHERRY GUITARIST KEITH NELSON SAYS U2′S FREE ALBUM GIVEAWAY “TELLS PEOPLE MUSIC ISN’T WORTH ANYTHING”
Buckcherry guitarist Keith Nelson says U2′s deal with Apple has devalued music and made it harder for bands who still rely on record sales. The group’s Songs Of Innocence was automatically downloaded free to over 500 million iTunes accounts last week, reputedly costing the technology giant $100m – but Nelson says it sends out the wrong message. He tells Northwest Music Scene , “I think music has been devalued in the eyes of the consumer, to the point where a band like U2 decides to just give its music away and basically tell people their music isn’t worth anything. That’s a bummer because I know what it takes to write a meaningful record and get it into consumers’ hands. They’ve sent a message to everyone that music is free, and that’s disturbing
George Strait’s The Cowboy Rides Away: Live from AT&T Stadium is now available. The album was recorded during Strait’s final show on his last tour and features special guests Eric Church , Alan Jackson , Vince Gill , Jason Aldean , Ray Benson, Kenny Chesney , Sheryl Crow , Faith Hill , Miranda Lambert , Martina McBride and Asleep at the Wheel’s Ray Benson. Eric Church was on hand both at the final show in Dallas and as an opener several times throughout the show. Strait was impressed with how Church worked the crowd. “Eric Church is just a great artist,” Strait said.