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- The Preatures get "ruthless" for debut album, ready to "lay down a couple more tracks"The Sydney five-piece discuss the ruthless pace of recording their debut album, the pressures of a hit single, and even jumping straight back in the studio for some new material.
- Watch: Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, The Strokes members form supergroup for charityMembers of Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, & The Strokes formed a one-off supergroup for a charity basketball match, playing covers of Phil Collins and White Stripes.
- So, Kanye West has been teaching fashion to students in L.A.Lucky students at an L.A. college have been receiving fashion classes from Kanye West. Take a peek inside the classroom of Professor Yeezus.
- London Grammar add Brisbane leg to Australian tourLondon Grammar have confirmed a Brisbane show as part of their return tour to Australia next year.
- Exclusive: ZHU covers Chvrches, plus new tunes from DMA's and IceageZHU gives us an exclusive (and ace) cover version; DMA's drop a new track, and Iceage get manic.
- The Preatures get "ruthless" for debut album, ready to "lay down a couple more tracks"
Monthly Archives: June 2011
Jessie J sang her English number one hit single Price Tag on the episode of Later with Jools Holland that was aired here on Thursday. I think the show was recorded in November last year, as Jools and others were … Continue reading
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I just read the bad news that Clarence Clemons, saxophone player in Bruce Springsteen‘s E Street Band has suffered a massive stroke. He apparently had two brain surgeries on Sunday. He is said to be responsive and in stable condition, … Continue reading
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ABC2 has been showing episodes of the UK series Songbook recently. The programmes run for an hour and feature singer/songwriters discussing and playing some of their tunes. The series is presented by music journalist and author of Guitar Man and … Continue reading