Tuesday, December 27, 2011

[News] Van Halen announces 2012 Tour

After the Black Sabbath's announcement, we have another icon emerging from the depths, announcing a 2012 tour. Van Halen spread the message through some videos on their official website, on Monday.

On the videos, there were no dates confirmed, but a message scrolling along in a ticker at the bottom of each video reveals that the first tickets will be on sale on January 10.

Apparently, the tour will feature Eddie Van Halen (guitarist, backing vocals), Wolfgang Van Halen (bassist), Alex Van Halen (drummer) and David Lee Roth (vocals), who reunited with the group in 2006.

Friday, December 23, 2011

[Live] M83 - Midnight City (Carson Daly)

M83 have posted on their Facebook profile a live performance's video of their new single, "Midnight City" from their most recent album release "Hurry Up".

The performance took place on Last Call with Carson Daly (an american late night talk show - NBC), earlier this month.

M83 is an electronic music project, founded in 2001 by Anthony Gonzalez and the former member Nicolas Fromageu, in Antibes (France).

They have released the following albums:
- M83 (2001)
- Dead Cities, Red Seas & Lost Ghosts (2003)
- Before The Dawn Heals Us (2005)
- Digital Shades Vol. 1 (2007)
- Saturdays = Youth (2008)
- Hurry Up, We'ew Dreaming (2011)

Watch M83's live performance.

> M83 - Midnight City (Carlson Daly)

Thursday, December 22, 2011

[News] Radiohead - leaked song from the 1990's

A song whose voice appears to be from the singer Thom Yorke, appeared online. This track is apparently from the 1990's, in the era of the album "Bends".

The fan site Ateaseweb.com, wrote:
"A track surfaced today with vocals sounding like Thom Yorke’s together with a Radiohead sound that could’ve been recorded in the early nineties. Think Pablo Honey, The Bends. You could go for the title: ‘How Do You Sit Still?’, although ‘Putting Ketchup in the Fridge’ has been named as the actual title of the track, but surely sounds less romantic. You’ll get slightly reminded by The Bends b-side ‘How Can You Be Sure?’."

Radiohead have also recently released two new tracks, available to listen online - "The Daily Mail" and "Staircase". They are also available for purchase at the follwing websites:
- Deezer: Link
- Amazon.co.uk: Link

Here's the leaked song from Radiohead.

> Radiohead - How Do You Sit Still?