Today, Band of Horses are announcing their sixth studio album and their first record in more than five years, Things Are Great which will be released January 21, 2022 via BMG. Sonically the album is a return to their earlier work and the kind of raw ethos that lies at the heart of Band of Horses.
One of the shimmering highlights of her upcoming album Things Take Time, Take Time, Courtney Barnett’s new single “Write A List of Things to Look Forward To” is gorgeous and poignant; a joyful and melodic love letter to friends and friendship.
BRILLIANT ADVENTURE (1992 – 2001) is an 11-CD box, 18-piece vinyl set, and standard digital download box set. The collection is named after the Koto led instrumental penultimate track from the ‘hours...’ album. The box sets include newly remastered versions, with input from the original prod…
On March 19, 1968, a 24-year-old Joni Mitchell was in the midst of a two-week residency at Le Hibou Coffee House in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, playing to rave reviews in anticipation of her debut album, Song To A Seagull, which was set for release just a few days later on Reprise. Not long bef…
Hailed upon its release last year as "vital and comfortable taking new chances” (ROLLING STONE) and “cheery, resilient, forever looking forward” (THE NEW YORKER), Paul McCartney’s McCartney III is now literally moving into the future in the form of McCartney III Imagined, is out now digital…
Metallica marks the 30th anniversary of its self-titled fifth album — a/k/a The Black Album — with two landmark releases, both out September 10th on the band’s own Blackened Recordings:
Across its brief but impactful nine tracks, Wavves' new album Hideaway, produced by Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio, is about what happens when you get old enough to take stock of the world around you and realize that no one is going to save you but yourself, and even that might be a tall order.
Play Loud is produced by GRAMMY-winning producer Dave Sardy (Oasis, The Head And The Heart, Death From Above 1979, LCD Soundsystem, Modest Mouse, The Who) and finds the band collaborating with outside songwriters for the first time ever, including Kevin Griffin and Sam Hollander on “How High…
"Polaris" follows the earlier release of the haunting title track and, with its infectious choral melody, addresses the guiding star needed for lives blown off course as so many have been during this last year.
John Mayer has announced concerts for his Sob Rock Tour 2022, kicking off Thursday, February 17, in Albany, New York, running through Thursday, April 28 in Chicago, Illinois. Produced by Live Nation, the tour features stops in New York at the new UBS Arena in Belmont Park (March 1st) and Mad…
- Band Of Horses Announce First Album In More Than 5 Years "Things Are Great"
- New Video for Courtney Barnett's "Write A List Of Things To Look Forward To"
- "You've Got A Habit Of Leaving" From Unreleased Bowie Album "Toy" Part of New Box Set
- Listen to Joni Mitchell's "The Dawntreader", Recorded Live By Jimi Hendrix, From Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971)
- Beck Becomes Paul McCartney In New Video For "Find My Way"
- Jason Isbell Cover's Metallica's "Sad But True" For 30th Anniversary Release
- Wavves Release "Hideaway", Produced By Dave Sidek (TV On The Radio)
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