Archive for February, 2010

Prince Debuts New Song “Cause and Effect”

Prince as just released a new song called ‘Cause and Effect’.

‘Cause and Effect’ was playing recently for the first time on 89.3 FM radio station in Prince’s hometown in Minneapolis.


Julian Casablancas Expands North American Tour!

The Strokes’ Julian Casablancas has expanded his forthcoming tour of North America.

Playing in support of his debut solo album ‘Phrazes Of The Young’, Casablancas will now begin the jaunt with a show at Lupo’s in Rhode Island on March 23 and has added a further seven shows.

Currently working on the fourth Strokes album in New York, Casablancas recently told NME.COM that The Strokes will headline the Isle Of Wight (June 12) and Rock Ness (13) festivals this summer. Full story and show dates at Spinner

Pet Shop Boys Release Album/DVD Pandemonium Live!

Pet Shop Boys English electronic dance music duo released recently they new deluxe live album named “Pandemonium – Live at the O2” it was released on February 15. The  performance was filmed and recorded live last December 9 at the O2 Arena London. The music was mixed by famous Dave Woolley.  All the video was recorded in HD for they album but unfortunately at this moment we speak the album is only available in regular quality.. This new release from Pet Shop Boys is a great value for the fan when you consider that you have plenty of music material to listen to (17 tracks) added with entertaining live performance like ‘All over the world’, ‘My girl’ and ‘Did you see me coming?.

Last year, at the 2009 BRIT Awards, Pet Shop Boys received an award for Outstanding Contribution to Music presented to them by Brandon Flowers. Also, the Pet Shop Boys have sold over 100 million records worldwide and are listed as the most successful band duo in pop music history.

by Miko Hirayama

Pet Shop Boys – Can you forgive her? Saint-Petersburg

Jeff Beck on His Legendary Unreleased 1970 Motown Album!

In Rolling Stone’s new issue, Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton sit down for the first time to discuss old rivalries, blues heroes and the secrets of their craft. Here’s more from David Fricke’s conversation with Beck: the guitarist on the legendary, unreleased album he cut at Detroit’s Motown studios in 1970. Full Story at Rollingstones

Rolling Stones Unreleased Song Added To “Exile On Main Street” 1972 Album!

The Rolling Stones 1972 classic “Exile On Main Street” will soon be released with songs from the sessions that until now have never been officially released.

If, after listening to all 18 tracks and 67 minutes of the Rolling Stones’ “Exile on Main Street,” you’ve ever thought to yourself, “Boy, I could really do with a few more scuzzy, skeevy, down-and-dirty Stones tracks from those same sessions,” your ship has just come in. (And we think that’s Keith Richards dangling perilously from the crow’s nest.) Universal Music said that it would re-release “Exile on Main Street,” the 1972 Rolling Stones double album. The new version, which will get a United States release on May 18, will include 10 new tracks, with titles like “Plundered My Soul,” “Dancing in the Light,” “Following the River” and “Pass the Wine.” It will also feature alternate versions of songs like “Soul Survivor” and “Loving Cup.” A deluxe edition of the album will also include a DVD of a new Rolling Stones documentary, “Stones in Exile.”


Bad Religion Performing Unique Show To Celebrate 30th Anniversary!

Somehow, pioneer punk band Bad Religion has reached adulthood and turned 30 this year. Looking back on his time in Bad Religion since its formation in 1980, singer-songwriter Greg Graffin tells Spinner can’t believe how quickly three decades has gone by. While he’s not surprised that the Los Angeles veteran group is still alive and kicking, he never expected to still be playing to such vital young audiences across the country.

“If we were being offered to play as a heritage act, I don’t think I’d feel so motivated,” says Graffin, who currently plays alongside original members Brett Gurewitz and Jay Bentley as well as Greg Hetson, Brian Baker and Brooks Wackerman. “But we’re still getting to play every year in new places with vibrant punk scenes, so we still feel relevant.” Full Story at Spinner