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Rolling Stone caught up with Deftones frontman Chino Moreno at the recent Soundwave Festival. Moreno then went onto reveal some news that will please fans: The band is putting together their eighth studio album.
Moreno, however, explains that he isn’t yet involved in the recording process. Instead, the organic approach has them in the studio. He said: "The other guys started last week – I'm excited to hear what they've done so far."
But when the interview shifted to the typical question – how do you plan to define its sound? – Moreno explained they haven’t decided on anything yet. He said: "We don't plan on what kind of record we're going to make. […] Read more »
Can J. Lo’s comeback continue? We’ll have to see how it pans out. In the meantime, there’s new track “I Luh Ya Papi,” a collaboration with French Montana.
The new song’s expected to be on her upcoming studio album, which has been in the works for some time. The release would follow up 2011’s Love?, considered her first full-length hit about 2008’s semi-flop Brave.
“I Luh Ya Papi” came with an announcement on Instagram, featuring the cover art. Lopez stands in a white swimsuit on a yacht, with a clear blue sky in the background. Then, the track premiered officially on Wednesday on Yessi Ortiz’s Power 106 show.[…] Read more »
Producer Calvin Harris teased his fans on Twitter with an announcement about new material. What he plans to reveal, we don’t know yet, but there are several possibilities.
Harris posted this week: “New music from me on 14th March.”
Now would be about the time for the house music producer to put together a follow-up to 2012’s 18 Months – his third and most successful album to date.
Although two releases preceded it, I Created Disco and Ready for The Weekend, 18 Months marked a change for Harris’ career: One, he wasn’t doing all the singing and instead collaborated with a range of artists from Ne-Yo to Florence and the Machine; two, he opted for a progressive house instead of electro vibe; and three, global success first came from colla[…] Read more »
Yesterday, a new music video surfaced featuring Jessie J and Robin Thicke – only the track is for DJ Cassidy.
Although Cassidy has less star power than either of the two singers, the video for “Calling All Hearts” paints a bright picture with – as you guessed it – emphasis on “pink” visuals – mainly, hearts and flamingoes.
While the video itself isn’t particularly imaginative, the video itself leads into one recent issue concerning the two singers: That Jessie J and Thicke were scheduled to tour the U.S. starting in April, but the Voice U.K. judge bowed out.[…] Read more »
Considered one of the first emo bands, Sunny Day Real Estate looked to officially be gone from the rock landscape in 2000. While part of the group toured as Fire Theft in 2003, the band went on the road again in 2009 – but no record came out of it.
However, according to a piece in Pitchfork, Sunny Day Real Estate are putting out a new track, as part of a two-part 7” single with Circa Survive. The release – “Lipton Witch” from Sunny Day Real Estate and “Bad Heart” from Circa Survive – comes out on April 19, also known as Record Store Day.[…] Read more »
Ever since 2000, 311 have scheduled a mega-concert – essentially a five-hour performance spanning their extensive career – on March 11th, dubbed “311 Day,” but for 2014, the rock-funk outfit has something different planned: releasing a new album at the same time.
Guitarist and frontman Nick Hexum spoke with Nola.com about the upcoming performance in New Orleans and announced Stereolithic, the album that comes out through their own 311 Records. Hexum explained that they’ve always wanted to have an album coincide with one of their annual shows: “We’d always hoped to accomplish that, but the timing was never quite right. It’s excitement overload for our fans. It’s going to be a very special day.”[…] Read more »
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