New Music Friday: Stream ‘Who Built the Moon?,’ the Genre-Bending New Album from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

New Music Friday: Stream ‘Who Built the Moon?,’ the Genre-Bending New Album from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

As the principal songwriter of Oasis, Noel Gallagher always essentially did what he wanted. That’s continued now that he’s ventured into a solo career after the dissolution of the Britpop band, more or less free of anyone telling him what he can and can’t do in the studio. Who Built the Moon?, the third full-length […]

Hear Bob Seger’s New Album ‘I Knew You When,’ Including His Glenn Frey Tribute ‘Glenn Song’ (New Music Friday)

Hear Bob Seger’s New Album ‘I Knew You When,’ Including His Glenn Frey Tribute ‘Glenn Song’ (New Music Friday)

Rock and roll icon Bob Seger is back — his new record, I Knew You When, was released today. His 18th proper studio album, it’s the first since 2014’s Ride Out, and features 10 new songs in its standard form. The Deluxe Edition, though, is where you’ll find “Glenn Song,” Seger’s tribute to the late […]

Preview Mike Love’s New Double-LP ‘Unleash the Love,’ Which Features Beach Boys Classics and New Material

Preview Mike Love’s New Double-LP ‘Unleash the Love,’ Which Features Beach Boys Classics and New Material

This Friday, Nov. 17, legendary Beach Boys vocalist Mike Love will release Unleash the Love, a double-album featuring a mixture of new material and re-recorded versions of classic Beach Boys songs. Produced by Grammy-winner Michael Lloyd, Unleash the Love is all about … well, love. Unleash The Love is a testament to, and continuation of, […]

Out Now: Evanescence Return with Powerful Orchestral/Electronic New Album, ‘Synthesis’ (Listen)

Out Now: Evanescence Return with Powerful Orchestral/Electronic New Album, ‘Synthesis’ (Listen)

The music of Evanescence has always skewed toward the theatrical — after all, band leader/central force Amy Lee has a voice perfectly suited for it. Their emergence in the early 2000s, largely thanks to their breakout single “Bring Me to Life,” blended the styles of the time (rap/rock or “nu-metal”) with the operatic, and it’s […]

Quicksand’s First New Album Since 1995, ‘Interiors,’ is Now Available (New Music Friday)

Quicksand’s First New Album Since 1995, ‘Interiors,’ is Now Available (New Music Friday)

Two decades. That’s a long time, but it’s shorter than the gap Quicksand had between albums. On Friday, the respected post-hardcore band released Interiors, its first new album since 1995’s Manic Compression, via Epitaph Records. So yeah, it’d been a long time coming, after an extended hiatus and a reformation in 2012. But they’re back […]

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