– NME.com users have voted Muse “the most exciting live act of all time” in a new poll that received half a million votes in the last month. Muse beat out, well, every other band that has ever performed live.
The Smashing Pumpkins stopped by ‘The Late Show With Jay Leno’ on Thursday (Aug. 23) to offer up a performance of ‘The Celestials,’ a tune off their recently released “album within an album” ‘Oceania.’
Awolnation have unleashed a video for ‘Kill Your Heroes,’ the latest single off the Los Angeles-based electronic rockers’ 2011 debut album, ‘Megalithic Symphony.’ The quirky clip, which is modeled after a ’50s children’s television program, perfectly compliments the song’s bouncy, infectious groove.
– Green Day will revisit ‘Dookie’ at this weekend’s Reading Festival by performing the classic 1994 punk platter in its entirety at the annual British gathering. The trio wasn’t even scheduled to appear at Reading before making the announcement.
A trio of recent songs by the Black Keys are the latest additions to ‘Rock Band 3,’ adding three more tracks to the catalog of the more than 2,000 available for the popular Xbox 360, PS3 and Wii video game.
Big news, Smashing Pumpkins fans: The band has announced plans to mount a major fall 2012 North American arena tour. The trek will kick off on Oct. 10 in Seattle, Wash. and is scheduled to touch down in a total of 14 U.S. cities, although specific venues in each city and the remaining dates following the tour kick-off have yet to be revealed.
Add one more to the 8,000 jobs created by surging luxury automaker Jaguar in the last few years. The newest gig goes to Lana Del Rey, who has been named the face of Jaguar in a new promotional campaign for the forthcoming F-Type model sports car. The singer is pictured poolside in a plunging white bikini and floppy hat in one picture for the campaign, which promotes the stylish ride that’s set to be revealed next month in Paris.
The website of the Russian court that handed down a guilty verdict to three members of the feminist punk band Pussy Riot was taken down by hackers Tuesday morning, according to a group called AnonymousRussia, which claims to be a Russian offshoot of the international hacker collective known as Anonymous.
From the dour days of ‘Only Happy When It Rains’ to the upbeat vibe of ‘Big Bright World,’ something major has changed in the Garbage head space between their self-titled 1995 debut album and this year’s ‘Not Your Kind of People.’
The Flaming Lips have put a unique twist on one of the most famous riffs in the history of rock ‘n’ roll with their cover of Deep Purple’s ‘Smoke on the Water’ that will be featured on the forthcoming tribute album ‘Re-Machined.’ The Lips are one of 10 bands contributing to the collection, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of the multi-platinum disc, ‘Machine Head,’ Deep Purple’s best selling here in the States.
Who is Pussy Riot? No band in the world has received more attention lately than this all-girl Russian punk rock collective, thanks to the imprisonment of three members in February for hooliganism after they performed a “punk prayer” in protest of Russian President Vladimir Putin at a church in Moscow.
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