Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
“Tempest,” Bob Dylan’s 35th studio album due out this fall, is said to show the darker side of Dylan. He originally set out to make a religious album, but in the end, he created something deeper and darker than he intended.
Pet Shop Boys will put their synth-pop spin on the Bee Gees’ “I Started a Joke” on their upcoming EP, Winner, out August 6th.
A new Beatles compilation celebrating the Fab Four’s “most powerful rock songs,” titled Tomorrow Never Knows, hits iTunes exclusively today. Though there’s obviously no new music here, the album’s digital packaging does include a new note from Dave Grohl, Foo Fighters frontman.
Rabid Hunger Games devotees have taken to YouTube to upload tracks recorded in the new genre of music they’ve spawned in homage to the books and films. They’re calling it Rockingjay. Rockingjay is a clever […]
“Like a girl gone wild” — it could describe the S&M outfit Madonna is wearing in the opening shot of her new video, while she prays to God for forgiveness. Things only get hotter from […]
The Hunger Games soundtrack will be available on March 20, but the Internet can’t wait. Two more tracks from the soundtrack have leaked in advance of the official album release. The first is Taylor Swift’s second […]
Public Image Ltd.’s “One Drop” is the band’s first new song in 20 years. It was recorded during its premiere on Steve Lamacq’s show on BBC 6 Music, London. It’s hard to get upset that […]
A nugget of fun comes our way from Van Halen’s new album, “A Different Kind Of Truth”. It’s less than 2 weeks until the forthcoming album from Van Halen is released, so today the 90 […]
Remember when we told you Bruce Springsteen would be releasing new music today? Yea, we do too. And we’re not liars. The Boss released his new track via iTunes bright (OK, it’ actually still dark […]