Every single repetition was slightly (or sometimes quite obviously) different from the others, which was exactly the idea for the evening.
This new rendition of the song will be included on Ian’s upcoming double album, Holy Ghosts, due out on April 22.
Hey, Phoenix fans! Sit down and hold tight, because the news are all-caps BIG.
Consisting of 11 songs in total, Don’t Forget Who You Are promises to be quite an explosion of retro & rock’n'roll sound.
One of this year’s Record Store Day participants, Tame Impala have recently made a detailed statement about their upcoming special release for April 20.
Once you read those couple of sentences of what we have to say about it, you most probably will be interested enough to hit that “Play” button.
Joining an impressive list of musicians, MGMT also prepares a special vinyl for Record Store Day on April 30 and will release Alien Days, a song from their yet untitled new album.
Just as the title suggests, the video directed by Bernhard Wittich takes us on a journey of imagination along with the main character in the short film.
Those of you who like their dose of good music with a bit of well-painted art should most probably find Snowmine’s new music video to be of interest.
The footage shows what the band are doing right before a concert, and you can watch those four different stories simultaneously.
A Tooth For An Eye is a lot less provocative and far less rough to watch, as opposed to the previous track off the new record, Full of Fire.
The Bear and the Maiden Fair is a much more jolly and noisy pub song, as opposed to last year’s The National soundtrack piece for Game of Thrones, all dark and atmospheric.