Move over, Usher and Trey. You’ve got top-notch company in the R&B game. Check out A.D.’s new video for “Main Girl.”
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Modest Mouse debuted two new tracks over the weekend at Sasquatch! (check out our full festival coverage right here) in Seattle. The band performed on Sunday night and brought two new songs along with them — “Poison” and “Lampshades On Fire.”
Not a lot of details have emerged about the band’s forthcoming new record, but a lot of attention has been paid to the fact that they spent time in an Atlanta studio with Big Boi and Speakerboxxx/The Love Below producer Chris Carmouche. It’s unclear if these two tracks were involved in that recording session, but both sound typically Modest Mouse.
-Coldplay will release a new single this Friday entitled “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall.” Check out a video teaser for the song right here.
-TI., who is currently imprisoned, sponsored a bus trip for the 46 family members of 14 fellow inmates to visit the prison where he is housed.
-Several musicians, including Carlos Santana and Paul Simon, are protesting the elimination of 30 Grammy categories from next year’s awards presentation.
-Rise Against have announced a Canadian tour. Check out the list of dates here.
-The family of deceased Cali Swag District member M-Bone gathered over the weekend to remember him at his funeral.
-Slayer are putting new music on hold while their guitarist Jeff Hanneman recovers from a serious illness.
-Over the weekend, hackers posted a fake story on a PBS website claiming that 2Pac was alive.
Is Green Day ready to make a new album? Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong has revealed that the band has begun working on new songs.
In a series of tweets this morning, Armstrong said, “Ok here’s the scoop. GD has been jamming new songs everyday. There’s a ton of new songs. The direction is fresh and hi energy. Feels great.” He added, “I don’t want to give away too much but just know that me mike tre and Jason are collaborating and having the best time playing music. And that’s not bullshit!!”
Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie is a pretty hardcore dude. He proved it on Sunday night at a show in Pompano Beach, Florida, when he broke his ankle attempting to climb onstage after interacting with the crowd, yet still managed to finish the show without crying or complaining. (Sadly we don’t think we could say the same if this ever happened to us).
Once back onstage, Urie took off his boot and sock to in order to show the crowd his injury, saying, “there’s like a softball in my ankle.” He went on to poke fun at his injury, saying, it’s like “my grandma’s goiter,” yet still managed to go straight into an impassioned version of “That Green Gentleman” and continue the set without further interruptions. You can view video of those moments here.
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