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Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan is readying his new studio album, Tenderness, which will be released on May 31 and was produced by Shooter Jennings (and can be pre-ordered now at this link). He’s previously previewed it with a pair of songs, and now the Seattle “grunge” icon followed that up with another pre-release track. Titled “Don’t Look Behind You,” the song is the result of McKagan “unplugging” from our collective social media obsession and taking a breath. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A86ZrB-UCoQ Said Duff of the song: “’Don’t Look Behind You’ was truly inspired by a sense of peace that washed over…

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There are a lot of films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — and it’s all coming to a head this weekend, when Avengers: Endgame hits theaters amid feverish anticipation. It’s the conclusion to the lengthy series of MCU films and will (expectedly) tie up loose ends put out by last year’s Avengers: Infinity War and its dramatic final moments. In the build-up for the big release, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon aired something last night that is more or less what you’d expect from Fallon — a send-up of Billy Joel’s classic “We Didn’t Start the Fire,” but with…

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In one of those right-place-at-the-right-time moments, recent GRAMMY winner Brandi Carlile turned up at her old busking haunt in Seattle over the weekend for some impromptu jamming — alongside friend Dave Grohl. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwfj2gjjAqw/ While at the famous fish market in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, Carlile, Grohl and a few pals delighted the surprised audience with “Let It Be,” the Foo Fighters’ “Times Like These” and more. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bwf4Z8qD9lc/ https://twitter.com/SrSergioG/status/1119949636310130689 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npGxntAePMs Pretty fun, huh? Be sure to catch Carlile, fresh off her 2019 GRAMMY Awards for her song “The Joke” and its album, By The Way, I Forgive You, on…

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Cage the Elephant vocalist Matt Shultz recently went through the dissolution of a relationship — something to which many of us can relate. Personal turmoil like that can lead to some brooding, self-reflection and reactionary response, and that’s precisely what Shultz and his band do throughout Social Cues, their fifth studio album released on Friday. The band’s achieved great things thus far in its career, which began in 2006, multiple Grammy notations and one win (for Best Rock Album with 2015’s Tell Me I’m Pretty), and Social Cues finds the group at its very best. There’s a vulnerability to Shultz’s…

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Last month, Santana’s new album Africa Speaks was previewed with an eclectic track titled “Los Invisibles,” a collaboration between Carlos, his band and Spanish vocalist Buika. The song is our first listen to material from Santana’s new record, which was produced by Rick Rubin and has a scheduled release date of June 7. On Thursday, Santana revealed more about the record, which you can pre-order now at this link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tosh8K1mN8 Via the official Santana website: Africa Speaks is the new energy-infused, full-length album from Santana. It features the soulful vocals of Afro-Latin singer Buika and was produced by legendary producer Rick Rubin. Santana…

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Bristol pop-punk band Weatherstate is ready to make some noise, as the young band will release its debut full-length album, Born a Cynic, on May 10. The band members hold their musical heroes in high esteem, and that has rarely been more apparent for any act than with the group’s new video for “Medicate.” Anyone who’s ever seen Green Day’s classic ’90s clip for the 1994 single “Basket Case” will appreciate Weatherstate’s video, which more or less recreates Green Day’s video with an exceptionally impressive attention to detail. The song is very catchy and engaging, too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tnc6SyQj1M And here’s Green…

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Weezer is on some run lately when it comes to paying homage to classic hits of the ’80s and ’90s, and on Monday night the band stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live for a performance of the Tears for Fears classic “Everybody Wants to Rule the World” — featuring Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith of the seminal pop group, for good measure. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbhWvOXj8rM This collaboration popped up during Weezer’s Weekend 1 performance at Coachella last Saturday night, too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ooNZN-Rv1Hs It was a set which also featured TLC singer Chilli, who appeared on stage with the band for a cover of the TLC…

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A few weeks back, Guy Chambers announced his first-ever solo album, an LP that will find the composer/songwriter behind many of English pop star Robbie Williams’ globally-successful career re-imagining several of those songs on the piano. Go Gentle Into the Night will be released on May 3, and on Friday Chambers premiered his piano rendition of “Angels,” arguably Williams’ most well-known song and his biggest hit around the world. Stream the new version below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvKQrZOJLqk The original version of “Angels,” which was co-written by Williams and Chambers, was released in December 1997. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=luwAMFcc2f8 To those within the United States, this…

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Long-running alt/rock/reggae veterans 311 dropped some big news: Their new studio album will be released June 28. Their 13th full-length effort, Voyager was produced by longtime collaborator Scotch Ralston (who worked on nine songs) and John Feldmann (who worked on four with the band), and is the follow-up to 2017’s Mosaic. In addition to the news drop, 311 premiered two new songs as well. “Good Feeling” is an up-tempo, pop-oriented new single produced by Feldmann that sees Nick Hexum and the band pursuing a more mainstream, contemporary angle. Listen below: “Don’t You Worry,” on the other hand, is a space-y,…

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On June 7, Los Angeles-based indie/rock band Silversun Pickups will release Widow’s Weeds, their fifth full-length album, via their New Machine Records label. The news was announced on Thursday morning, and came with the premiere of a music video for the LP’s lead single, “It Doesn’t Matter Why,” which was directed by Suzie Vlcek. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0nsJ8hnRkW4 Taken on its own, that song fits well with Silversun Pickups’ catalog of music, which has seen them score big hits among the rock/indie scene with “Lazy Eye,” “Panic Switch” and others. Widow’s Weeds was produced by noted alternative/grunge producer Butch Vig, and lead vocalist…

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