The Joy Formidable are the latest act to sign to Canvasback Music/Atlantic Records. The band has been working in the studio on tracks recently with highly regarded producer/mixer Rich Costey (Muse, Foo Fighters, Glasvegas) in anticipation of an early 2011 album release; a single from those sessions, “I Don’t Want To See You Like This,” [...]
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Scottish rock band Teenage Fanclub has announced plans to release its first album of new material in five years. According to NME, the band’s eighth album, Shadows, will be released on May 31, and will be preceded by a U.K. tour.
According to Alec Empire’s website, Atari Teenage Riot have several tour dates lined up for Europe this summer. NME reports that on May 17, they’ll release the new single “Reactivate” on their own Digital Hardcore label.
Arcade Fire multi-instrumentalist Richard Reed Parry has revealed that the much-loved Montreal outfit are currently in New York City recording strings of new songs, presumably for Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible follow-up. In an interview with The Quietus earlier this week, Parry was meant to focus on his side-project Bell Orchestre, but the musician let it slip [...]
A limited-edition clothing line designed by Kings of Leon and Surface to Air will be available in the Copenhagen outlet of Paris Texas, NME reports, but fans can check out the goods http://www.paristexascopenhagen.com.
The Dead Weather will reconvene in the studio next month, drummer Jack White told NME. White didn’t project a release date for the new album.
Pavement has confirmed that they will definitely be performing in the UK as part of their 2010 reunion tour. As of right now, only one date has been confirmed, a show in New York City in 2010. Guitarist Scott Kannberg spoke to NME and suggested that the jaunt could include the a slot at Glastonbury [...]
In a new NME interview, Pixies vocalist and songwriter Black Francis has revealed that he is hoping to record the band’s first new album since 1991′s Trompe Le Monde. Francis told NME.COM that he would like to work on a film and music tie-in project: “The band needs to work with a film director. Quentin [...]
According to a recent NME report, rumours are flying around that British cock rock revivalists the Darkness are considering a possible reunion, including a new album and tour, for 2009.
The members of the Gutter Twins are ready to put the band to rest. Mark Lanegan and Greg Dulli will retire their collaboration after a final run of shows, according to NME. Dulli’s slated to return to his Twilight Singers; Lanegan goes back to collaborations with Isobel Campbell, releasing Sunday at Dirt Devil on Tuesday (Nov. 18) [...]