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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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This week, the science community made a major breakthrough when the very first photograph of a black hole made its debut online. The black hole, which has since been given the name “Powehi,” is also the focus of a new Change.org petition to name it after late Soundgarden and Audioslave vocalist Chris Cornell. https://twitter.com/soundgarden/status/1116090276248838145 Of course, this petition — the details of which can be viewed at this link — won’t make any difference as to the black hole’s name, since it already has one. That said, the reasoning behind the petition does make some sense, considering Cornell’s involvement with…

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The first weekend of the 2019 Coachella Music Valley & Arts Festival kicks off tomorrow, and all weekend — from April 12th through the 14th — a number of participating acts will have their sets webcast on the official Coachella live stream. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2CWGz6o1AtU As of this moment, bands and artists featured in the live webcast include several of the biggest names of the weekend, including: Headliners Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino and Tame Impala Weezer Kacey Musgraves The 1975 Billie Eilish BLACKPINK Janelle Monae Mac DeMarco CHVRCHES Wallows J Balvin Charlotte Gainsbourg and many more. It’s a lengthy list and stretches…

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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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Later this month, The Bizarre World of Frank Zappa hologram tour/multimedia experience will hit the road for what’s sure to be an innovative and irreverent celebration of the late musical and intellectual wizard. On Wednesday, Zappa’s team shared a sneak peek behind the scenes of tour rehearsals, and the clip furnished to the internet looks pretty wild indeed. https://twitter.com/zappa/status/1116097952773279744 Here’s the initial run of live dates for the Bizarre World of Frank Zappa hologram tour: Fri 4/19 Port Chester, NY Capitol Theater Sat 4/20 Rochester, NY Kodak Center Theater Mon 4/22 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Wed 4/24 Long Island,…

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“If I wasn’t Bob Dylan, I’d probably think that Bob Dylan has a lot of answers myself.” — Bob Dylan “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” by the Wonder Who? Bob Dylan’s “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” was written for girlfriend Suze Rotolo, who had left him to take an extended trip to Italy. The song was released on 1963’s The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, which shows the singer and Rotolo on the album cover. In 1965, the Four Seasons found themselves with “Let’s Hang On” high on the charts with “Working My Way Back to You” scheduled for release.…

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In the news for months, there’s finally concrete information as to when the Ronnie James Dio hologram tour, conceptualized and carried out by Eyellusion, will take place — and it’ll be later this year that the late heavy metal icon’s visual form will perform alongside a full band. As Billboard reported, the Dio Returns tour will find holo-Dio taking the stage alongside several of his longtime band mates, making this a truly special spectacle for fans. Via Billboard: The official band line-up will feature Craig Goldy on guitar, Simon Wright on drums, Scott Warren on keyboards and newer Dio family member Bjorn Englenon bass. The show will…

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In a recent interview with Rock Cellar, Kate Pierson of The B-52s discussed her band’s lengthy career and legacy (and aspirations of future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame enshrinement, among other topics) — and later this year the group will embark on a special tour to mark its 40th anniversary. The tour was announced on Tuesday, and will be comprised of a lengthy North American run of shows in the fall, with special guests Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Berlin. https://twitter.com/TheB52s/status/1115613381631676422 “Dust off those go-go boots and shine your dancing shoes because the B-52s are coming,” said band…

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In an impressive DIY music video, Brooks Paschal of newcomer pop-punk band Surprises shows us if you want something done, you’ve got to do it yourself in his new music video for his latest single, “Natural Disaster.” The clip, directed by Paschal and released this week, features visuals displayed across four different television screens stitched together to reveal a full band performance. Using some old TVs and a $3 photo editing app, Paschal produced the music video with editing help from his friend, Wes Marvin. Paschal, smiling while singing, transforms the mood of the single from angry to a liberating, honest…

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