If you’ve been following Murdoc Niccals of Gorillaz on , you’ll notice he’s been tweeting some interesting messages like “Gorillaz are TEN years old this year! Us and Girls Aloud! So let’s take a look at our best bits! All the singles! On one album. Mmmm…nice. X.”
“Oh, I love that band but I prefer hearing their music on vinyl. It sounds better.”
You’ve heard that statement plenty of times in your life. But now you’ll get the chance to utter it yourself when you pick up an all new vinyl box set from Deftones. Chino Moreno and the crew will be putting all of their albums — from 1995′s Adrenaline… Read More
I know it seems like many posts this past week have dealt with Radiohead and my love for them…so why stop?!
Down below, for absolutely free, you can stream the forthcoming remix album from Radiohead, TKOL RMX 1234567, which is in stores on October 11th. The album features remixes from Jamie XX, Caribou, Four Tet, Illum Sphere… Read More
While many people are still freaking out over Radiohead coming to New York City and becoming the hottest ticket of the year for two nights, the Thom Yorke side project, Atoms For Peace, is continuing to bubble up slowly.
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon has been the late night show to watch this week being that every musical guest performed a song by Pink Floyd…and in one case performed WITH a member of Pink Floyd.
To end the week, the mighty Pearl Jam showed up on Friday night to play their version of “Mother” from The Wall. You can check… Read More
On today’s episode of the Rock it Out! Blog, I review the new Blink-182 album, Neighborhoods.
Ultimately, this album won’t be considered one of the band’s classics. Older Blink-182 fans will use this album to try and remember their younger days of listening to the band while younger fans may use this album to create new memories they’ll be nostalgic for later on in life.