Friday, 15 February 2013
New Music: The Strokes- All The Time + Other Recent Releases and Music News
"All The Time" is the second track to be released from the upcoming new Strokes' album Comedown Machine. While the synth heavy a-Ha-like first song from the LP, "One Way Trigger", was a bit of a head scratcher, the second track is a garage pop/indie rock barn burner that recreates the sound of their debut album. Now that's more like it!! Listen below:
Comedown Machine is out March 26th via RCA.
Other Goings Ons From The Week That Was:
Wild Nothing shared a new video for the track "Only Heather" from his great 2012 release Nocturne. Watch the video of a guy walking down the street with a large sword impaled through his body.
Wild Nothing- Only Heather
Foals came out with a video for the song "Milk and Black Spiders" taken from their awesome new album Holy Fire. The video features the band rehearsing and we get to spy on them through CCTV.
Foals- Milk and Black Spiders
Celebrity cameo of the week goes to Passion Pit for their new video for the track "Carried Away" from Gossamer. Sophia Bush from the TV show One Tree Hill guest stars.
Passion Pit- Carried Away
Darkwave band Black Marble have shared a new video for A Great Design off their 2012 album A Different Arrangement. Watch as a kidnapping goes wrong...errr... right.
Black Marble- A Great Design
Legendary folk punk troubadour Billy Bragg has a new LP coming out on March 19th titled Tooth and Nails. Watch the video for the country-ish "Nobody Knows Anymore":
Billy Bragg- Nobody Knows Anymore
British/New Zealand post punk band The Veils have announced a new album and released the first single "Through The Deep Dark Wood.". The album is titled Time Goes, We Stay and will be out April 23rd. Watch the video for the new track below:
The Veils- Through The Deep Dark Wood
Just because I don't post about hip hop, it doesn't mean I don't appreciate the genre. R.I.P. Tim Dog. The legendary hip hop artist died this week from a seizure.
Tim Dog- Fuck Compton
Finally, watch as guitarist Johnny Marr talks to NME about the The Smiths' classic song "Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now" and performs it for the first time in 25 years.