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Gorillaz Not Played Out - Damon Unveils "Doncamatic" and Debutant Daley PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 October 2010 08:53

Gorillaz Not Played Out - Damon Unveils Doncamatic and Debutant DaleyThe next, brand new, Gorillaz single, "Doncamatic (All Played Out)," was unveiled on Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show and on YouTube last night.

The BBC radio evening show featured an interview with Damon Albarn, British vocalist and keyboard player best known as the lead singer of the Nineties' Britpop band Blur. Albarn formed the London virtual group Gorillaz together with Tank Girl creator Jamie Hewlett. The new and previously unreleased track features Manchester-based vocalist Daley and its worldwide release is scheduled for November 22nd.

According to the cartoon band's official website, pre-order details will be available very soon. You can listen to the song here.

In the interview, Albarn said, “Daley had been someone we’d been playing in our house and he’s got one of those voices that don’t come around very often… He’s about 22, white and has a great haircut."

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 October 2010 12:04
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Mr. November Moves Forward with The National PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 30 September 2010 09:46

Mr. November Moves Forward with The NationalIf Barack Obama's presidential campaign embraced The National because of the band's name, he got lucky.

The Ohio-raised, Brooklyn-based band, known for its powerful, understated songs, played at Obama’s "Moving America Forward" rally at the University of Wisconsin on Tuesday, in a hope to catch young voters' attention. The indie rock band closed its set with "Mr. November," which it dedicated to President Obama.

Reported by Associated Press, students and residents in the traditionally liberal city of Madison "turned out by the thousands to see President Barack Obama at a rally on the University of Wisconsin campus meant to energize the base of the Democratic Party." University police estimate more than 17,000 people packed onto a mall in the heart of the campus to see the president. Another 9,000 lined up for more than a mile to get in but were diverted to overflow areas.

President Obama, whose poll numbers have dipped in recent months, told the Madison crowd, "You didn't elect me to look at the polls. You elected me to do what was right."

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Libertines' Pete Doherty Charged with Possession PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 28 September 2010 13:46

Libertines' Pete Doherty Charged with PossessionBBC News reports that singer Pete Doherty has been charged with one count of possession of cocaine following an inquiry into the death of a documentary filmmaker.

Robin Whitehead, 27, a member of the Goldsmith family who was working on a documentary on the singer, was found dead in a flat in Hackney in January after a suspected overdose, and Doherty was arrested on suspicion of supplying drugs. He has now been charged with possession and remains on bail.

"The charges relate to an offence alleged to have taken place between 21 and 25 January," a Metropolitan Police spokesman said.

The 31-year-old Babyshambles frontman was one of four people questioned following Ms Whitehead's death from a suspected overdose.

Robin Whitehead, the granddaughter of the late Teddy Goldsmith, elder brother of the financier Sir James Goldsmith and founding editor and publisher of The Ecologist, was making a documentary, "The Road to Albion" on Mr Doherty's former band The Libertines. Miss Whitehead was found dead in January in Hackney, London.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 September 2010 14:24
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Pinkerton Reissue Revives Forgotten Memories for Weezer PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 28 September 2010 09:57

Pinkerton Reissue Revives Forgotten Memories for WeezerIn April, following the expiry of its contract with Geffen Records, Weezer announced plans for a deluxe, expanded edition of its 1996 sophomore album Pinkerton. Yesterday, Weezer revealed the details of the Pinkerton reissue, which is due to be released on November 2nd.

"We're always planning and scheming something," bassist Scott Shriner said in the original announcement. Reported by Reuters news agency, he added that the group was also assembling an "Odds and Ends" collection of rarities. "It's a ton of B-sides from a big period of time," Shriner said. "Rivers [Cuomo] has been mostly in charge of picking which songs are gonna be on that." He continued, "There's so many cool things that we've recorded for records that never made the [albums], I think they had to get out there. Finally it's going to happen." At the time, the impression was that this was going to be a separate release.

Even better news is that the two-disc deluxe reissue of cult classic Pinkerton includes many B-sides, rariites, and never-before-released material, as Weezer continues to stoke nostalgia hot-on-the-heels of recent announcements of dates for their Memories (previously known as Blinkerton) tour. Beginning at the end of November, the band is due to play their landmark 1994 debut album, The Blue Album, as well as Pinkerton in back-to-back shows.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 September 2010 12:57
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Radiohead Double Take On New Album PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 25 September 2010 08:51

Radiohead Double Take On New AlbumExcuse me for the double take, but no sooner have we read from Radiohead's bassist Colin Greenwood that they "have just finished another group of songs, and have begun to wonder about how to release them" and from guitarist Ed O'Brien, in June, that Radiohead is currently back in the studio putting the finishing touches on the "best album we've ever made" when drummer Phil Selway adds a cautious note that they "might just throw this all out."  Thom Yorke may well look puzzled.

Perhaps too much was read into Greenwood's comments in the article he wrote for Index on Censorship explaining why the band released their last album, In Rainbows, directly to the fans? In his essay, he wrote, "Three years later, we have just finished another group of songs, and have begun to wonder about how to release them in a digital landscape that has changed again." Later in the piece he added, "We have yet to decide how to release our next record, but I hope these partial impressions will help give some idea of the conversations we’ve been having." His article was never intended to announce the pending release of a new Radiohead album.

Last Updated on Saturday, 25 September 2010 14:06
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More than 2,000 people braved the wind and rain on the seafront at Brighton, England, on Saturday to form an image of King Canute designed by Radiohead lead-singer Thom Yorke. The public art display was designed to send a climate warning to political leaders in the run-up to the UN Climate Talks in Cancun.

Yorke explained, “The plan is to make images visible from the skies to remind those in Cancun that we can't keep putting this off.”

The image formed on the beaches of Brighton-Hove was designed by Yorke and his long-time collaborator Stanley Donwood. The picture also appeared on the cover of Yorke’s album Eraser. Yorke helped promote the event on Radiohead’s website and four million person strong Facebook page.

According to legend, King Canute set his throne by the sea shore and commanded the tide to halt, only to be soaked by the ocean’s waves. Just as Canute realized his own hubris, world leaders today must realize the dangers of ignoring climate change and rise to solving the challenge.

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