The Welsh rockers will be playing at Generation Records tonight (6/19) at 8pm on Thompson St.
Joy Division’s influence continues.
If it wasn’t new, we’d have thought that we heard this song in some late 80s skate video.
If you caught Sunday’s episode of True Blood, you might have heard The Used’s cover of Burning Down the House. It’s not bad, have a listen above.
Listen to The Horrors new album Skying right now on their site. Available in the UK on the 11th of this month, and in the states in August.
Have a listen
Mac Miller will be/could be/might be HUGE! There is something here that makes this song contagious. Mac Miller averages about five million views for every video he puts out on YouTube, if that’s not a sign I don’t know what is. Check it out for yourself. I am also digging the Rockabilly groupie girls.
Check out the first single from Danger Mouse and Danile Luppi’s new album, Rome. The album was inspired by the film soundtrack work of Ennio Morricone, who composed and arranged scores for more than 500 film and TV productions, including the classic spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly. The record was recorded at Rome’s Forum Studios, and the album features musicians who actually worked with Morricone.
This is good shit.
If you haven’t already, make sure to check out Beady Eye, Liam Gallagher’s new life after Oasis. This one is very “Live and Let Die” in a good way!
Check out Arctic Monkeys Brick by Brick. The first single from their new album Suck it an See, which will be released June 6th.
Highly recommended, Funeral Party’s debut album The Golden Age Of Knowhere will be out on March 29, 2011. It was produced by Lars Stalfors (Matt & Kim, The Mars Volta) and mixed by Dave Sardy (Band of Horses, LCD Soundsystem, Oasis). They will be at SXSW on the 16th of March, and in NYC May 13th, and 14. The full tour dates after the jump.
Some throwback ’90s rock from the band Yuck, based out of London.
You can stream their entire recently released album here
Get your Joy Division fix here with The First Loves – Realise (Demo)
Check out British band White Lies single Bigger Than Us, from their second album The Ritual. Learn more about the band here in this interview on NME