Weezer is back this year, in September, and you can hear the first song from “Everything Will Be Alright In The End”, “Back to the Shack”. Pat Wilson said the album will be a mix of the Blue Album and Pinkerton, and I think it’s a good idea!
Death From Above 1979 has revealed a new single, “Trainwreck 1979”. Their new album, “The Physical World”, is set to release in September 9th.
Pink Floyd are set to release a new album, “The Endless River”, in October. It’s based on “The Division Bell” (1994) sessions, with Richard Right. It was recorded with David Gilmour and Nick Mason, but also Durga McBroom-Hudson and without Roger Waters.
Alt-J’s new single is out after “Hunger of the Pine” three weeks ago. “Left Hand Free” is the second single of their upcoming album This is All Yours which is due September 22. Alt-J surprises us with a different style from what they previously did (check out our review of An Awesome Wave here if
The Vines have annonced a new LP, “Wicked Nature”, planned on september 2nd, and you can stream new song, “Out The Loop”. The LP will be a double album, independant, and produced by frontman Craig Nicholls. You can pre-order the album via Pledge Music.
Alt-J’s new single is out: “Hunger of the Pine” will be part of their upcoming album This is All Yours which is due September 22. This new material is pretty good, check it out below!
Kasabian just released the clip for their new single, “Ezz-Eh” ! The album, “48:13” is still planned on June 9th. We think it’s very fun, and we can’t wait for the album.
Jack White is back this year, and he just revealed a new song from his upcoming album called “Lazaretto” (out June 9-10), “High Ball Stepper”. Our first thoughts? It’s old fuzz blues that reminds us the White Stripes! We can’t wait for June!
The Black Keys are back this year, and they just revealed their brand new single called “Fever”, which will be part of an upcoming album called “Turn Blue” (out May 13). Our first thoughts? You can really feel Danger Mouse’s touch everywhere on this single. Perhaps a bit too much of it actually. Synthesisers everywhere,
Hey, TSU are back! And with a new electro sound. Check out their new single, Don’t Stop.
Matthew Cooper (Eluvium) and Mark T. Smith (Explosions in the sky) have joined forces for a new project called Inventions. An album will be released on April 1st via Temporary Residence Ltd. We can listen to their first glimpse, Entity. UPDATE: new song Peaceable Child