The hottest upcoming indie tracks from around the world… AGAT – ‘TRUTH IS’ Tel-Aviv, Israel based pop with Trip-Hop undertones and buzzing synths THE DISAPPOINTED – ‘WE DON’T DREAM’ Perth, Australia based moody new wave psychedlic rock with dark undertones GO ROBOT – THE GALLOWS UK based lo-fi rocker creating a drum machine …
A Day to Remember’s ‘Degenerates Tour’ hits Upstate New York on Saturday.
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East London-based indie five-piece North America present their cinematic new single, Leave Us To Fate. Rich, warm vocals weave a bittersweet tale of surrendering romance to whatever outcome it’s destined to undergo. Airy soundscapes create a contemplative tone and the dynamic build within the track perfectly portrays the emotionally torn nature of the song. I …
Artists You Need To Know: Southern California’s In Urgency Ready to Close Out 2019 with New Song “Peace & Quiet”
As 2019 draws to a close, Southern California rockers In Urgency enter a new chapter. After taking time to rest and regroup earlier in the […]
RollingStone.com (https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-features/the-wall-artist-gerald-scarfe-pink-floyd-archive-905710/) that the downsizing of his home was behind the decision. I’d like it to go to a good home, [and] if possible, to be kept together. It could probably get cut up and divided, but my ideal would be to sell it to one collector who keeps it, because it’s got every concept of The Wall from when I first met Roger [Waters]. Small notes, sketches and so forth, which I then developed into bigger sketches. I’ve got tapes; I found whole cans of film the other day, rust-covered cans of 35mm film in my attic, just bits of film that go back to Wish You Were Here. Back in 2017, Gerald sold off a few Wall-era items; ‘The Scream’, the focal piece of artwork for the movie, sold for $1.85million, one of the most expensive non-instrument items in rock history, as RS point out. I didn’t want to let ‘The Scream’ go, but when I saw the price… noted Gerald. The upcoming sale, via the San Francisco Art Exchange, will consist of an incredible 3,000-plus items of sketches, paintings, storyboards, memorabilia, animation cels, stage props, and more. RS notes that Scarfe’s archive collects everything from the five-year stretch that bridges Waters’ doorstep arrival with the demo tapes to the aftermath of The Wall’s Alan Parker-directed 1982 film adaptation: The early hand-drawn sketches, the paintings that feature inside The Wall‘s vinyl gatefold, storyboards, film scripts complete with Scarfe’s illustrations, props from both the extravagant Wall tour and the film. Scarfe’s collection also boasts ‘five years of ephemera’ that ranges from Scarfe’s framed The Wall gold records, figurines, backstage passes, a custom-made Wall tour jacket and some obscure items from the film shoot. Quite a collection, which is sure to have a lot of Floyd fans salivating! It would be great if it could be kept together, and form a new exhibition to complement Their Mortal Remains. We suspect the cost of purchasing the entire thing would be somewhat prohibitive though…one can dream though. Let us know what you’d want to buy from the sale, money no object!
Photos and review of Bastille’s show in Jacksonville, Florida
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Show photos and review from Bring Me The Horizon’s latest tour in San Antonio, Texas.
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All rock fans should pay attention, because Casino Palace is taking every one of them in the Rock Heaven, where they will compete for a share of €30,000 in cash prizes! A total of 561 cash prizes will be shared among the lucky winners, with the first one being mouthwatering €3,000 in cash! Prepare yourselves […]
Simple Plan, State Champs, and more in Silver Spring, Maryland.
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Tie Dye Kitty – ‘Chasing Cloud Shadows’ Trinidad based technological aware pop with fizzy guitars and lush vocals Manic Carbon – ‘The Reset Era’ LA, US based multi voiced psychedelic indie pop with 16-bit sentimentalities Speak, Brother – ‘Even Though We Are Strangers’ Coventry, UK based indie-rock with synth undertones and charitable sentiments …