Ever since releasing her groundbreaking 1993 album, ‘Exile in Guyville,’ Liz Phair has had a career full of ups and downs. The musician faced a lot of pressure during the ’90s to continue her successful discography, but faced harsh criticism and “sell-out” accusations from fans for her self-titled 2003 release. Fast forward nine years later, and we find Phair working with a Academy Award-winning film composer and wanting to collaborate with former Cardinals frontman Ryan Adams.
It’s been over three years since the last episode of ‘From the Basement’ aired, but show creator Nigel Godrich plans to bring the series back for a third run. The famed Radiohead producer has tapped the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Shins and more big acts for the upcoming season.
Chris Cornell has been getting intimate with audiences across the world during his acoustic Songbook Tour over the past year. The Soundgarden front man recently played a solo show in London, where he broke out a rendition of the Beatles‘ ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ classic ‘A Day in the Life.’
Many were affected by the untimely death of soul singer Amy Winehouse at the age of 27 last year. While the warning signs were always there, her family, friends and fans hoped she had changed her ways for the better. Winehouse’s father believes his daughter’s ex-husband was a contributing factor to her demise, as revealed in a new memoir set to be released later this month.
Coldplay have evolved their live shows over the years to make them more memorable for concert goers. The Britpoppers seem to have outdone themselves during their current tour, giving attendees flashing wristbands to make them part of the production.
Georgia rockers the Whigs are ready to bring fans a fresh batch of songs as they have announced plans for a new album called ‘Enjoy the Company.’ The disc will be released on Sept. 18 through New West Records. Not only that but you can be one of the first to hear their new album at the 2012 Spruce Moose in Big Sky, MT!
After announcing plans to attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most shows played in 24 hours, the Flaming Lips have outlined their master schedule for the big day. The band will perform eight different shows in eight different cities with various support acts.
It’s barely been over a year since the Antlers released their last album, ‘Burst Apart,’ but the Brooklyn, N.Y. hipsters have announced a new four-song EP to come out next month. ‘Undersea’ will drop in stores on July 24 through ANTI- Records.
M83 have an impressive group of artists lined up to remix their song ‘Reunion,’ which is off their latest album, ‘Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming.’ The electropop masters will release the collection of remixes later this month. Listen to Scottish producer Mylo’s take on ‘Reunion’ below.
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