Queens Of The Stone Age’s first album in six years, In Times New Roman…, is out in just a few weeks. The band already shared lead single “Emotion Sickness,” and they’re teasing a second new track for release this Wednesday. I’d guess that song will be “Negative Space,” which had its debut Sunday at Boston Calling. Check out footage of QOTSA sauntering their way through the new tune below.
There’s no doubt that David Bowie can be credited with changing the course of music and establishing its connection with the visual arts. He’s considered one of the most influential musicians of all time, in league with the likes of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. During his life, he was constantly pushing the boundaries, […]
Every once in a while, the scary-intense Oscar-nominated movie star Michael Shannon gets together with his Chicago friend Jason Narducy, from the Bob Mould Band and Split Single, to pay tribute to a classic album. In the past few years, Shannon and Narducy have performed LPs from the likes of the Smiths, Neil Young, and […]
So many artists play soft, tasteful, melancholy folk-pop, and most of it is boring as shit. With records that leave me captivated rather than catatonic, Sun June stand out from that pack. The advance tracks from the Austin band’s upcoming Bad Dream Jaguar have been stellar: “Get Enough,” “Easy Violence,” “John Prine.” Today they add […]