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Pet Shop Boys criticize Brexit in his new EP

Pet Shop Boys this week will make available four brand new songs from their new EP “Agenda”. The first song on the EP, “Give stupidity a chance”, can now be listened to on streaming services, download stores and on YouTube and is described by Neil Tennant as “a satirical song about the poor quality of political leadership in the modern world”.  Another song will be made available tomorrow, then one on Thursday and finally the fourth on Friday. The complete EP will be available to purchase via digital services this Friday, February 8. A CD of "Agenda" is also available to pre-order exclusively with Pet Shop Boys once-a-year publication "Annual...


Ariana Grande released new album: the seco...

Ariana Grande released "Thank U, Next", her fifth studio album, and her second album in six months, on Thursday at midnight. The 12-track collection includes the title track and “7 Rings,” both of which previously debuted at Number One on the Hot 100. Titled "Thank U, Next", the record – released by Republic Records – follows Sweetener and was written during a time of big change for the singer. Just week’s after Sweetener‘s release in August, Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller was found dead at the age of 26. In October 2018, the singer called off her engagement with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. Grande’s latest record...


Muse: Simulation Theory, brooding synth-rock

Muse’s new album is inspired by the “simulation hypothesis”, a speculative notion advanced by technologists that we are living in a computer simulation designed by our super-advanced post-human descendants. In this conceptual wormhole every dimension is jumbled up. Now is actually the future. Here is really there. You can eat a cake and still have it. Or make a punchy, focused pomp-rock record about a zany hall-of-mirrors theory — as Muse have tried to do with Simulation Theory. It starts with “Algorithm”, a brooding synth-rocker with John Carpenter-style electronic effects and ominous orchestrations. “This is war with your own creator,” Matt Bellamy wai...


"Bohemian Rhapsody" Original Film Soundtra...

The original film soundtrack for Bohemian Rhapsody, the much-anticipated Queen biopic is set for release through Virgin EMI (Universal) in the UK and through Hollywood Records in the US on 19 October. The album will also include audio tracks from Live Aid, the historic Wembley concert from July 1985. These Live Aid songs are among the rare gems and unheard versions from the band’s rich catalogue. Alongside the show-stopping Live Aid performances of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Radio Ga Ga’, ‘Hammer To Fall’ and ‘We Are The Champions’, the album features other rare live tracks spanning Queen’s entire career, new versions of old favouri...


The Prodigy announce new album

On November 2nd, English electronic outfit The Prodigy will let loose a new full-length. It’s titled "No Tourists" and marks their seventh overall following 2015’s The Day Is My Enemy Due out through BMG/Take Me to the Hospital, the album was written, produced, and mixed by Prodigy’s founding member Liam Howlett at his studio in London. According to Howlett, it’s “equally aggressive as the last records – but in a different way,” as well as written with the stage in mind. “That’s the one thing that brings everything together,” he explained. “I couldn’t write this music unless it has that outlet on stage. Th...


Paul McCartney releases new music

Two days after his 76th birthday, Paul McCartney released two new songs, which he calls a taste of Egypt Station, a new studio album set for release September 7. "I Don't Know" is a doleful ballad, while "Come On To Me" is fiery, foot-stomping rock song - hear them both below. It's been five years since McCartney's last full-length album, "New", which marked a change in direction for the former Beatle. After a run of records inspired by standards and singer-songwriters, New was full of modern pop sounds. McCartney took it to another level entirely in 2015 when he teamed up with Kanye West and Rihanna on the single "FourFi...


Christina Aguilera announces new album wit...

Christina Aguilera is back, announcing details of her new album ‘Liberation’ while revealing huge single and video, "Accelerate".  Flanked by Ty Dolla $ign and 2 Chainz and co-produced by Kanye West (who’s also credited as a lyricist and composer), the slick beat and synth driven rush of power pop with an R&B edge comes with a striking music video directed by Zoey Grossman. Executive produced by Aguilera, her sixth studio album ‘Liberation’ will be released on June 15 via RCA Records. Recently, Aguilera opened up about her childhood of witnessing domestic violence and her thoughts on the evolution of sexual exp...


Listen to Elton John's The Diving Board

The Diving Board is Elton John's first album in the last seven years. He former released The Captain & The Kid in 2006. His new record will be able to purchase on September 24 in CD, Deluxe CD, Super Deluxe CD and vinil. There are 15 tracks in his record, three of them fully instrumental. You can listen to The Diving Board on streaming here, or watch the album trailer below.  


Coldplay bring the vibe back with Atlas

The soundtrack of "The Hunger Games: Catching fire" will have a very special guest. Coldplay have released the track "Atlas" as part of it. Chris Martin sings this four minutes slow-tempo piano song, back in the roots of Coldplay with tunes similar to "Yellow". They have released it first on iTunes and then via Youtube. The track is the first thing we hear from them since 2011, when they released "Mylo Xyloto". They stated on stage that they were planning on taking a three-year hiatus, but they are back with this song, which you can hear right here.


Soundgarden are from outer space

Soundgarden are currently on an European tour, and they also had time to record a video of their new single, "Halfway There". The song is one of the tracks of "King Animal", their last record to date. Their tour started yesterday and has 10 shows scheduled. Here are the places where they are going to play: 04/09 Finland, Helsinki, Hartwall Arena 06/09 Sweden, Estocolmo, Hovet 07/09 Norway, Oslo, Spektrum 09/09 Denmark, Copenhague, Forum 10v Germany, Berlin, Columbiahalle 11/09 Holland, Amsterdam, Heineken Music Hall 13/09 UK, Manchester, Apollo 14/09 UK, Birmingham, Academy 16/09 Ireland, Dublin, O2 18/09 UK, London, Brixton Academy Chris Cornell's...

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