Monday, August 9, 2010
*In anticipation of EELS upcoming album Tomorrow Morning, their most recent album End Times is on sale today at Amazon.com. Fans can grab the album for just $3.99 HERE!!
*[FMQB.com] Another wave of Jimi Hendrix reissues are on the way this fall. On October 19, Experience Hendrix LLC/Legacy Recordings will release deluxe editions of Jimi Hendrix Experience: BBC Sessions and Jimi Hendrix: Blues, his legendary Live At Woodstock performance and Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year, the highly collectible Jimi Hendrix Christmas EP.
*[theprp.com] A recent posting from Big Business drummer Coady Willis has revealed that the band have added guitarist Scott Martin to their lineup. The tweet announcing his addition can be found below:
“Big Biz news: welcome Scott Martin on guitar! We are excited. This is gonna be good.“
*Weird Owl have announce the working title to their upcoming sophomore album... "Build Your Beast A Fire". Here's what they had to say...
"Sorry, meant to mention the working title of the album we've recently begun recording: "Build Your Beast A Fire". It tells the cosmic tale of the descent of interstellar Light from the Highest reaches until it permeates the smallest most hidden recesses on Earth, then returning upward to its original abode above. Where do you fit into the picture? You will See."
*Amplifier are ready the long anticipated release of their new album The Octopus. The band have released this statement...
"Greetings Friends! If you want to be in the running for one of the first 1000 copies of The Octopus then you need to get in touch with us NOW - at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will include you on a pre-orders mailout that will tell you when pre-orders will become available. Thanks to everyone that has emailed us so far... Until then Adieu!
*The Vandelles are BeatCrave.com's "Pick of the Day". Here's what the feature had to say...
[beatcrave.com] Brooklyn-based rock band The Vandelles are definitely comprised of a sound that cannot be determined based on a brief flip through their Facebook page. No, they’ve a carefully planned sound, one designed to take by surprise and stand a head taller in a sea of contemporary acts. Their favorite ingredients seem to be psychedelia and surf music more often than not. Actually, psychedelia seems to be the base component in their eclectic formula- and if you can’t tell so audibly, our photo gallery will definitely steer you in that direction.
Their style ranges from old school rock n’ roll to punk/post-punk and alternative, working the amps, testing the eardrums. More importantly, The Vandelles work the angle of intense ambient moods without it being actual noise. Music lovers, take note. Check them out in our BeatCrave Fav series and just to see if you can avoid loving them as much as we do."
*Ono Palindromes have posted their new song "Kerosene" on their Myspace page. The track was recorded just a couple of weeks ago! Also, check out their brand spanking new website HERE!
Posted by Dan Goldin at 11:29 PM