Blur return to their soft side with new song ‘Under the Westway.’ The ballad is one of two tracks they released online yesterday — the other being the energetic and electronic ‘The Puritan.’ In contrast, ‘Under the Westway’ is thoroughly and intimately analog, to the point that frontman Damon Albarn says that he’s “praying for the day that we turn off the machines.”
Remember when you and your buddies would stay up all night drinking Mountain Dew, eating pizza and playing ‘Tony Hawk’? The soundtrack of choice for such an age adolescent nerd revelry was obviously the tones of 311, for whom the basement trend continues in new single ‘Time Bomb.’
So the Smashing Pumpkins have become a prog rock band. Who could have known 20 years ago that Billy Corgan’s nasal sneer would float over the guitars of ‘The Celestials’ (yes, that’s the actual name of one of these songs), or that the Chicago band would release an album-within-an-album as their ninth release. ‘Oceania’ is a long player that longs for cosmic grandeur — and at times reaches those stratospheric ambitions.
The onetime frontman of the Black Crowes has come back to lead a new tribe in ‘Big Moon Ritual,’ a down-home take on cosmic consciousness, the mellow stuff of rainbow gatherings and classic rock festivals. Long story short: The Chris Robinson Brotherhood is groovy, man, real groovy.
The lead singer of the Black Crowes is back with a new band — the Chris Robinson Brotherhood — and a new song, ‘Rosalee.’ Certifiably groovy, the iconoclastic frontman refits a classic jam form. The result bursts out with thick bass lines and choruses.
The much-beloved Dave Matthews Band begin their summer 2012 tour, their first in nearly two years, tonight in Texas. An eager fan grabbed video of two new songs during a soundcheck that took place last night — see them (and the tour dates) below.
Because they probably shouldn’t pour a Brass Monkey out for him, New York state senators have adopted a resolution to pause their proceedings in honor of Brooklyn’s own Adam “MCA” Yauch. The Beastie Boy passed away on May 4, and the representatives are repping him and the Beasties by way of legislation. One line observes, “They can’t, they don’t, they won’t stop changing the face of hip-hop, of music, and of our culture.”
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