Counting Crows music video for "Palisades Park" can be found in the replies. The song comes from Somewhere Under Wonderland will be released Tuesday, September 2nd on Capitol Records in North America and on September 15th throughout the rest of the world.
1. Palisades Park
2. Earthquake Driver
4. God Of Ocean Tides
6. Elvis Went To Hollywood
7. Cover Up The Sun
8. John Appleseed’s Lament
9. Possibility Days
You can stream a brand new Death From Above 1979 song titled "Trainwreck 1979" in the replies. It's off the band's upcoming record, The Physical World, which hits stores on September 9th. You can also pre-order it digitally or physically.
01) Cheap Talk
02) Right On, Frankenstein!
04) Always On
05) Crystal Ball
06) White Is Red
07) Trainwreck 1979
08) Nothin' Left
09) Government Trash
11) The Physical World
Watch the new video from Royal Blood for "Figure It Out" in the replies. The track is taken from their forthcoming debut, self-titled album which is released on August 25th. If you're a fan of Death From Above 1979meets Led Zeppelin, then seriously...check this band out and get excited in the thread.
Here are the albums that are in stores today. Pick up anything good? What do you recommend? If we missed anything, please add it to our calendar. We recommend Rdio or Spotify for album streams of new releases and check out our review section to see what our staff thought of the albums.
I agree that music is meant to be heard, discussed, danced to, felt by many and the world over. And each has the unalienable right to like or dislike whatever one experiences. This reviewer seems to identify as part of a bigger group, i.e. the listening public, and asserts that “nobody,” not one of them, wanted us to create said album. “Wow!” I thought for a second, “It really IS us against them, isn’t it?” But, reviewer: Speaking on behalf of more than just yourself, as an editorial journalist, is not only dangerous, it is symptomatic of a greater confusion....
The Financial Times is reporting that YouTube is re-negotiating with indie labels after the backlash they received recently.
But the uproar that followed the revelations has prompted YouTube to make a last-minute U-turn. The world's largest video streaming company is allowing more time to negotiate a solution with labels, although it still intends to block them if they cannot reach agreement, according to people familiar with the matter.
Album sales dropped nearly 15% compared with the same period last year, and overall music consumption, which combines sales and streaming activity, dropped 3.3%, according to figures released by the sales and streaming monitoring service. But taken individually, on-demand streaming of music and videos showed a combined increase of 42% during the first half of this year, with video streaming up 35% and audio streaming jumping just over 50% compared with 2013.
Handguns will be chatting in this thread at 7pm EST. Come swing by to talk to them about their new album, Life Lessons, their upcoming tour dates this summer or what's Brandon's favorite pizza. Don't forget, you can stream Life Lessons over on Substream.
Pink Floyd issued a brief statement about their new album, The Endless River, which is due out in October.
Pink Floyd can confirm that they are releasing a new album The Endless River in October 2014. It is an album of mainly ambient and instrumental music based on the 1993/4 Division Bell sessions which feature David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album is produced by David Gilmour with Phil Manzanera, Youth and recording engineer Andy Jackson. Work is still in progress, but more details to come at the end of the Summer.
Hey everybody. We’ve been in the studio for the last month working hard on something special. We can’t quite announce it yet but stay tuned for details. Before all that we have some festivals and summer shows coming up. We would love to see you out there. Thank you again for your endless support. See you soon! – Andy
In mentioning album sales, I'd like to point out that people are still buying albums, but now they're buying just a few of them. They are buying only the ones that hit them like an arrow through the heart or have made them feel strong or allowed them to feel like they really aren't alone in feeling so alone. It isn't as easy today as it was 20 years ago to have a multiplatinum-selling album, and as artists, that should challenge and motivate us.
There are always going to be those artists who break through on an emotional level and end up in people's lives forever. The way I see it, fans view music...