“Daisy Jones and the Six” teaser reveals, single, and track listing for the album

Atlantic Records has revealed the first single and album track listing for “Daisy Jones & the Six,” their upcoming Amazon Prime video series about a fictional ’70s band of the same name, along with its official teaser trailer. Based on the 2019 novel by Taylor Jenkins Reed, “Daisy Jones & the Six” follows the “rise … Read more

Bruce Dickinson ‘so proud’ of his upcoming solo album: ‘I think it’s going to be very special’

During the question-and-answer portion of his spoken word appearance on January 19 at Kulttuuritalo in Helsinki, Finland, Iron Maid Singer Bruce Dickinson He was asked when fans will hear his long-awaited new solo album. Answered (as written by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “Soon. Obviously there will be virgin Benny’s Round I finish the album and then you hear … Read more

ANGUS McSIX will release her debut album in April; Music video for “Master of the Universe”

As a hero rises again, a legend is reborn – Angus McSix is ​​back from the dead! After the heroic death of Prince Angus, hope seemed to be fading for Scotland and the entire galaxy. But our mighty hero fought his way back to the world of the living and presents, as Angus McSix, the … Read more

Bill and Sebastian: The Late Developers Album Review

Late developersThe contemporary vision is illuminated, though, by ‘then’. Where a little bit of the former His single “Young and Stupid” bounces around a nostalgia trap door with all the sneaky sunshine of Bill and Sebastian in the mid-2000s, here AA Milne’s “When We Were Young” is a moody, piano-based number that might hit early … Read more

Bill and Sebastian: The Late Developers Album Review

Late developersThe contemporary vision is illuminated, though, by ‘then’. Where a little bit of the former His single “Young and Stupid” bounces around a nostalgia trap door with all the sneaky sunshine of Bill and Sebastian in the mid-2000s, here AA Milne’s “When We Were Young” is a moody, piano-based number that might hit early … Read more

Nathan Salzburg: Landwerk No. 3 album review

In the early 20th century, companies such as Columbia and Victor courted the millions of European immigrants who had recently arrived on American shores, including many Yiddish-speaking Eastern European Jews. In search of new markets for both record players and record players, these labels made hundreds of recordings for cantors, klezmer troupes, and residents of … Read more

Kurt Vonnegut’s book is the inspiration for the Memphis band’s concept album

In 1958, author Kurt Vonnegut began work on his second book, a comic science fiction novel called “The Sirens of Titan.” Sixty-five years later, a new Memphis group named Salo Pallini will release a companion album to the book. Led by bassist Landon Moore, Salo Pallini features some of the city’s best players—including bassist John … Read more