24 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Cher sharply criticized Donald Trump during a Hillary Clinton fundraiser Sunday in Provincetown, Massachusetts, comparing the Republican presidential nominee to Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin. "I was t...This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Cher Compare Donald Trump to Hitler, Stalin
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Green Day have said they’re worried about video games becoming increasingly violent. The trio, who release new album ‘Revolution Radio’ on October 7, have said they’re worried about the world becoming so violent that it’s going to scar their children. Bassist Mike Dirnt told Kerrang!: “My kids are going to grow up seeing things that I never saw, like Mixed Martial Arts. When that first came out, people were ‘Oh fuck, that’s fucking violent.’ And now they play it on TV in restaurants. I’m supposed to eat and watch this shit wherever I go? Nothing makes me hungrier than watching two guys in weenie bikinis kicking the shit out of each other.” Dirnt added: “Video games are different now too. You’re actually in there shooting and killing people. And that’s got to take a toll, but I don’t have the solutions.” Singer Billie Joe Armstrong revealed he believes Donald Trump is even more dangerous than George W Bush, whose time as US President helped inspire their 'American Idiot' album. Armstrong said: “Bush was an idiot, but Trump is absolutely crazy. That guy won’t listen to people when he makes decisions. You can see it already. He just says whatever he thinks right that second.” Dirnt added: “It’s self-serving rhetoric. And it’s scary.” The trio have yet to announce any live shows to coincide with ‘Revolution Radio’, which is Green Day’s first album since the ‘Uno!’ ‘Dos!’ ‘Tre!’ trilogy in 2012.
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Shaun Ryder has spoken out against anyone who questions his legitimacy as a musician for appearing in reality TV shows like Come Dine With Me and I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!. The Happy Mondays and Blake Grape frontman recently told Mojo magazine: "I don’t give a fuck if some young smart arse goes, ‘Hey, you’re not a real musician, ‘cos you did Come Dine With Me,’. It’s like, Fuck off! Let’s see where you are 10, 15 years down the line, you sad c*nt.” Ryder appeared on a celebrity Christmas special of the Channel 4 reality show in 2014, coming joint 2nd with 23 points alongside Helen Flanagan and Kirsten O’Brien, losing to comedian Mark Dolan. Prior to this in 2010, he entered the jungle as part of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, finishing as runner-up. “I only went in the jungle ‘cos it was good enough for fucking John [Lydon], and because of the 100 grand I got. But that went to paying lawyers,” Shaun said, referring to Sex Pistols lead singer Johnny Rotten who took part in the third series of the show in 2004. Elspeth Moore Ryder fought a legal battle with the former management of his band Black Grape, resulting in his income being frozen. “As far as I was concerned, they’d had me over. I then went on for 13 years of having 100 per cent of my income wiped up.” Elsewhere in the interview, Ryder discusses his music influences, the rise and decline of the Happy Mondays and getting clean after years of battling a drug addiction.
24 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Los Angeles experimental producer the Gaslamp Killer has unveiled a gritty, psychedelic new track, "Warm Wind (Frimpong)," off his upcoming LP, Instrumentalepathy.With an effervescent bass and shuffling drums, Gaslamp Killer maintains a steady, spacey groove, leaving plenty of room for guest guitarist Amir Yaghmai to unravel an increasingly kaleidoscopic s...This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear the Gaslamp Killer's Hypnotic New Song 'Warm Wind (Frimpong)'
24 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Rachael Yamagata revels in the positive aftereffects of a breakup in the video for her new song, "Over." In a video for the upbeat and orchestrally ornamented song, which will appear on her upcoming LP Tightrope Walker, due September 23rd, the singer-songwriter burns a letter from her lover, basks in the sunlight of an open field, stands in front of a sheet as white paint is th...This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Rachael Yamagata Break Free of a Bad Relationship in 'Over' Video
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Ringo Starr has revealed that The Beatles never intended to quit touring for good after the band called it quits on playing live at their momentous show at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park in 1966, the height of Beatlemania. In an interview surrounding Ron Howard’s new documentary Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years, Starr told Mojo: "The Beatles were never gone. And they could have come back." They didn’t, however, playing only one more show on the rooftop of the Apple headquarters on Savile Row in 1969. Paul McCartney explained the moment the band decided enough was enough: “By then we were totally fed up and getting actually put in the back of a stainless steel box,” referring to the armoured car they used to leave the Candlestick Park gig, which can be seen in the documentary. "Now this is like some weird sci-fi thing form 2001 or something. It was a very weird place. What it reminded me of was… you know these rough rides that police do where they put you in the back of a van but you’re not strapped down? And they were accused of killing that guy. Well, that’s what it was like. We’re suddenly sliding around in the back of the van and it was like, Oh, fuck this! And finally. The guys, John [Lennon] and George [Harrison], had been a little 'Oh murmur-murmur' about touring and, finally, all of us, were like 'Fuck this!' So that was the moment." Candlestick Park was at the peak of Beatlemania that had been building since 1963, propelled by a steady string of live dates around the world. In the interview, the documentary’s director Ron Howard (who has previously directed Apollo 13 and Rush) discusses the “growing intensity” of Beatlemania, which almost caused the Beatles to split up. “We got a bit conflicted, we got a bit fed up towards the end of it,” McCartney explained. Fans’ screaming got so loud at live performances that drummer Ringo Starr had to look at the other members’ shoulders moving in order to follow the song, unable to hear any of the music. “We used a house PA, with those huge amps and I had to watch the back of the boys because I couldn’t hear nothing so if they went [wiggles shoulders] I’d know “Oh, we’re there! That’s where we are now. Also, and this is really my opinion, we really weren’t playing great.” “At first, the screaming was exciting. It’s like doing autographs, having your photo taken, doing all that,” McCartney added. “Then, after a while, it got more and more boring.” Paul went on to say: “The screaming, as Ringo said, got so as you were inaudible. And so you really were going through the motions and that’s why it was good to go 'Whoo-oooh!' because something was going on, because otherwise it was just little matchstick men doing this stuff that you couldn’t hear.” Elsewhere in the interview, the two surviving Beatles members rejected the suggestion that the wreath on the Sgt Pepper album cover hinted at the death of the Beatles, explaining it was more of a shift in the band’s creative direction. Following Candlestick Park in 1966, the band released 'Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band' in 1967, and went on to release a further five albums including 'Abbey Road' and 'Let It Be'. Eight Days A Week: The Touring Years directed by Ron Howard is scheduled for UK release on September 15.
24 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
MTV International is launching a new competition, inviting fans to make like Justin Bieber or Shawn Mendes and sing their hearts out to covers...
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Jamie T has announced a show at the intimate Hippodrome night club in Kingston-upon-Thames on September 8. The gig, organised by local record shop Banquet Records’ 500-capacity club night New Slang, follows the release of T’s new album ‘Trick’ on September 2. Tickets for the gig go on sale at 6pm on Friday (August 26). They will only be available in person at Banquet Records, limited to four per person. To stop secondary ticketing, ticket buyers will need to give the names of each person who the tickets are for. Tickets are £16 including a CD of ‘Trick’, or £24 including the album on vinyl. Jamie T is interviewed on the cover of the current issue of NME, available nationwide now. Fans who have already pre-ordered ‘Trick’ from the store can upgrade their tickets via Banquet Records’ website before 6pm on Friday. He played New Slang in February 2015 for his previous album ‘Carry On The Grudge’. The show is the first currently scheduled for Jamie T to play around ‘Trick’, with a full tour starting three weeks after the New Slang gig. Jamie T will play: Dublin Olympia (September 27) Belfast Limelight (28) Birmingham O2 Academy (October 1) Cardiff University (2) Portsmouth Guildhall (3) Leicester De Montfort Hall (5) Southend Cliffs Pavilion (6) Brixton O2 Academy (8-10) Bournemouth O2 Academy (12) Liverpool Olympia (13) Leeds O2 Academy (15) Newcastle O2 Academy (16) Glasgow O2 Academy (17) Manchester O2 Apollo (20) Sheffield O2 Academy (21) Cambridge Corn Exchange (22)
24 August, 2016 - RollingStone.com
Dev Hynes, also known as Blood Orange, stopped by Conan on Tuesday to perform "St. Augustine" and a version of "Thank You" in remembrance of recent murder victims Terrence McCrary Jr., Philando Castile and Hande Kader. Hynes sat centerstage at a whi...This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Dev Hynes' Powerful Tribute to Murder Victims on 'Conan'
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Morrissey notably omitted David Bowie from a list of this year's celebrity deaths when speaking to the crowd at his recent Manchester hometown gig. The former Smiths frontman performed at Manchester Arena on Saturday (August 20) when he began listing all the famous people to have died this year, before singing "All the best ones are dead". His list included comedian Victoria Wood, actress Caroline Aherne, boxer Muhammad Ali and Prince but not Bowie, who passed away in January. Moz's Bowie omission did not go unnoticed, with some members of the crowd booing the singer and one evening labelling him a "c*nt". Watch in the video below. Q. Who would exclude David Bowie from a list of famous people who have died this year? A. Morrissey.— Tash Bright (@tashbright) August 23, 2016 Morrissey and Bowie shared a tense relationship that dated back to touring together in 1995. In 2013, Bowie refused to let Morrissey use a photo of themselves together for cover art, leading to Morrissey replacing him with Rick Astley instead. In 2014, Morrissey addressed their rivalry, saying: "I know I've criticised David in the past, but it's all been snot-nosed junior high ribbing on my part. I think he knows that." Morrissey also declared himself the 'Mayor of Manchester' at his Manchester gig. In a recent interview, Morrissey said the media victimised Leave voters over Brexit and that his new album is "written" but no record label wants to release it.
24 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Ours is not to ask why, only to enjoy. That's pretty much all you can say when it comes to bizarre memes like one that bubbled up on Twitter on...
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Liam Gallagher has launched a fashion range inspired by Jimi Hendrix. The AW16 Hendrix Collection will be available in branches of Pretty Green, the fashion stores Gallagher launched in 2009. The range has been created to mark the 50th anniversary of Hendrix’s first visit to London in September 1966 and has the backing of the late singer’s family. The range includes a military overcoat, all-over patterned blazer, dogstooth trousers, statement shirts and graphic T-shirts as well as accessories including scarves, badges and iPhone cases. All items feature Hendrix’s signature. Press Gallagher said: “Jimi Hendrix is an absolute force of nature. As well as him being the best guitarist ever, he's also one of the greatest songwriters; his lyrics and his voice are equally as good, and his look is as out-there as his music. Not necessarily stoned, but beautiful." Hendrix’s sister Janie Hendrix said: “When working to develop an artistic entity that will bear Jimi’s name, collaborating with the right group of individuals is essential. Pretty Green has a strong rock & roll heritage, so they were the ideal partner to create a collection that embodies Jimi’s style for a new generation. These pieces have an incredible authenticity about them, and we’re very proud of what has been achieved.” The news comes as Gallagher confirmed in a new Q interview that he’s working on his first music since Beady Eye split in 2014. Gallagher said his music is inspired by his life, rather than other musicians, saying: “To have good music you have to have an interesting, varied life. Shit music comes from boring lives."
24 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
Father John Misty loves a good prank. Whether it's covering Taylor Swift by way of Lou Reed, playing bizarre, rambling live shows and super...
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Metallica have previewed new song ‘Moth Into Flame’ as part of the trailer for their new album ‘Hardwired…To Self Destruct’. The song starts at the 2min 07secs point of the trailer. It features James Hetfield singing: “Blacked-out pop queen/Amphetamine/The screams crashed in the silence”. The trailer ends with a clip from their 2013 film Through The Never. ‘Moth Into Flame’ is the second song Metallica have previewed from ‘Hardwired…To Self Destruct’, following ‘Hardwired’ a week ago. It’s the band’s first full album since 2008’s ‘Death Magnetic’. It’s produced by Hetfield with drummer Lars Ulrich and regular Metallica producer Greg Fidelman. The eight-year wait since ‘Death Magnetic’ is the longest gap in albums of Metallica’s career, though they also made joint album ‘Lulu’ with Lou Reed in 2011. Part of the reason for the delay is that guitarist Kirk Hammett lost an iPhone with the riffs he’d written for the album. Ulrich told Rolling Stone the new album is simpler than ‘Death Magnetic’. He said: “We introduce a mood and stick to it, rather than songs we've done where one riff happens and we go over here and then over there and it becomes a journey through all these different soundscapes. The songs are more linear. It cruises along a little bit more than the last record.”
24 August, 2016 - Billboard.com
50 Cent has his hands in so many businesses: real estate, acting, producing, headphones, vodka, clothes, TV and about a million other non-...
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Kanye West has called on radio stations around the world to play more Frank Ocean in an effort to "make the world better" and "create a more inspired world". Ocean's new album 'Blonde' - stylised on its cover art as 'Blond' - follows on from the R&B singer's critically-acclaimed 2012 record 'Channel Orange'. It was streamed via Apple Music at the weekend, coming after the release of Ocean's visual album 'Endless' and his 'Nikes' music video. Press West - who is credited as a producer on Ocean's LP - had previously taken to Twitter to reveal that he was listening to 'Blonde' "on repeat". Now, in a series of tweets, he has urged "anyone at radio [who] really loves music" to "come together and pick your favourite Frank Ocean song and play it at least 10 times a day". "This will make the world better," he added. "Me and Drake both listen to Frank. Radio has to support amazing artists." West continued: "Ask yourself why did you love music in the first place and what can you do to add to the story... Power to the people. Power to the artist. Empower the artist and create a more inspired world." See those tweets beneath. If anyone at radio really loves music ... Come together and pick your favorite Frank Ocean song and play it at least 10 times a day.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 23, 2016 Every station across the globe. I Heart. Clear Channel local stations. Satellite. Every station. This will make the world better.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 23, 2016 Me and Drake both listen to Frank. Radio has to support amazing artists.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 23, 2016 Ask yourself Why did you love music in the first place and what can you do to add to the story.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 23, 2016 Power to the people. Power to the artist. Empower the artist and create a more inspired world.— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 23, 2016 Ocean and West have worked together on numerous occasions. Most recently, Ocean was given his own track on West's 'The Life Of Pablo' album, aptly titled 'Frank's Track'. ...Frank album on repeat— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) August 21, 2016 Meanwhile, the way Ocean released 'Blonde' has meant Universal Music are to stop releasing any more albums as streaming exclusives. Ocean was signed to Universal subsidiary Def Jam, but released ‘Blonde’ on his own independent label. This was because Ocean’s visual album ‘Endless’ was released the day before ‘Blonde’ on Def Jam, as an exclusive for Apple Music. With 'Endless', Ocean fulfilled his contractual obligations to Def Jam.
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
The Charlatans and James have announced a one-off joint concert at Liverpool Echo Arena for December 10. Tickets for the event go on sale at 9:30am on Friday (August 26). The two bands, who are both from the Manchester region, will play the show to mark James’ recent No 2 album ‘Girl At The End Of The World’. James bassist Jim Glennie said: “It’s always great to perform on the same stage as a band you admire and respect. This is one of those occasions. It’s a fantastic double bill, if I say so myself.” Referring to former The Who manager Peter Rudge, Glennie added: “As the great Peter Rudge puts it ‘One plus one plus one equals three’. Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.” The Charlatans singer Tim Burgess said: “The Charlatans and James have the best fans in the world. Both bands have been talking for a while, hoping to get something sorted. We’re so pleased this is happening. It’s going to be a big day.” James opened the Other Stage at Glastonbury this year, while The Charlatans – whose most recent album was ‘Modern Nature’ in 2015, headlined Kendal Calling. Burgess releases a joint album with New York composer Peter Gordon, ‘Same Language, Different Worlds’, on September 2.
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Actress Bella Thorne, best known for starring in Disney series Shake It Up, has come out as bisexual to her fans on Twitter. Thorne portrayed CeCe Jones in Shake It Up from 2010 to 2013, also appearing in a number of other shows and films. After reports that she had split from boyfriend Gregg Sulkin, a fan asked Thorne via Twitter if she was bisexual, a question to which the star simply replied: "Yes". Following a positive reaction online and outpouring of support from fans, Thorne tweeted: "Aww thank you for all the accepting tweets from everyone. I love you guys #pride". See those tweets beneath. Yes https://t.co/Ds0ov2Cnmu— bella thorne (@bellathorne) August 23, 2016 Aww thank you for all the accepting tweets from everyone. I love you guys #pride— bella thorne (@bellathorne) August 23, 2016 Thorne is currently in the middle of filming for upcoming drama Famous in Love, which will air on Freeform in 2017.
24 August, 2016 - NME.com
Pixies singer Black Francis says the band could have stayed together if they’d had chance to take some time off. Before reuniting in 2004, Pixies split in 1993. Francis admits he has sympathies for bassist Kim Deal, who felt pushed out of contributing songs to the band despite writing their hit ‘Gigantic’. Referring to Deal’s other band The Breeders, Francis told Q: “Kim and I just didn’t get along well after a time. She always had her own ambitions and became comfortable in a leadership role in her other band. It must have been hard for her to be in a band where some other guy was always pulling at the reins. We would have survived if we could have just stopped the train and taken a fucking vacation. The people around us who were older should have seen that.” After intermittent tours when they reformed, Deal left to focus on The Breeders in 2013, during the recording of Pixies’ first reunion album ‘Indie Cindy’. Francis said: “’Indie Cindy’ was transitional at best. It was the most honest move we could make, like ‘We lost an arm, but here we are, still trying to do it.’” Pixies release new album ‘Head Carrier’ on September 30 and tour from November, while The Breeders are recording a new album for which Courtney Barnett has contributed backing vocals. Pixies will play: Brixton O2 Academy (November 28-29, December 6) Leeds Academy (30) Glasgow Barrowland (December 2) Newcastle Academy (3) Manchester Apollo (4) Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (7) Birmingham Academy (8)
24 August, 2016 - Yahoo.com
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24 August, 2016 - NME.com
A press representative has clarified David Bowie's role on Frank Ocean's new album 'Blonde'. 'Blonde' - stylised on its cover artwork as 'Blond' - was released following much anticipation last weekend (August 20), streaming exclusively via Apple Music. It followed visual album 'Endless' and the video for lead single 'Nikes', released days prior. Bowie is credited on 'Blonde', alongside other big names including Kanye West, Jamie xx, The Beatles, Brian Eno, Pharrell Williams, Elliott Smith, James Blake, Yung Lean, Tyler, The Creator and former Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij. It is not yet known what parts most of these artists played in making the record. However, lyrics from Elliott Smith’s 'A Fond Farewell' feature in the track 'Seigfried' and The Beatles' 'Here, There, and Everywhere' is quoted in 'White Ferrari'. Bowie's PR initially declined to comment to NME, but later stated that he could "confirm that they did not work together". It is thought that Bowie was simply an influence on 'Blonde'. Press Meanwhile, the way Ocean released 'Blonde' has meant Universal Music are to stop releasing any more albums as streaming exclusives. Ocean was signed to Universal subsidiary Def Jam, but released ‘Blonde’ on his own independent label. This was because Ocean’s visual album ‘Endless’ was released the day before ‘Blonde’ on Def Jam, as an exclusive for Apple Music. With 'Endless', Ocean fulfilled his contractual obligations to Def Jam.
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