Incubus Plotting Two New EPs for 2015
Dec19

Incubus Plotting Two New EPs for 2015

by Chad Childers                        December 18, 2014   Earlier this year, Incubus teased that they had returned to the studio and now it appears that they’re closing in on their next release… or should we say releases. According to Billboard, the band has just inked a new record deal and they’re planning to issue two new EPs in 2015. Guitarist Mike Einziger told the site, “We’re planning on releasing two installments that will total an album — two EPs. We’re hoping to put out the first one in February or March, then the summer.” Fans who caught the band this past weekend at KROQ’s Almost Acoustic Christmas show caught the first new song, ‘Trust Fall,’ from Incubus’ upcoming works. Einziger says, “It’s pretty indicative of where we are now. It’s pretty ambitious.” The guitarist added that Incubus have a diverse collection of material, telling Billboard, “Most of the music we’ve written is high energy. But we’ve written our slowest song, but also our heaviest song.” The latter track he’s referring to is called ‘Make Out Party.’ Another song title revealed during the chat is ‘Dance Like You’re Dumb,’ a cut that Einziger described as “our version of a loud aggressive rock song. It’s definitely not what someone would expect from us.” The group just inked a deal with Island Records, who will release the two EPs. Source: Loudwire   Make...

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The Cure is releasing a new album, touring its old albums
Feb03

The Cure is releasing a new album, touring its old albums

Marah Eakin The Cure will release its fourteenth studio album later this year. 4:14 Scream will be out at some yet-to-be-determined point in the next few months; it was recorded at the same time as 2008’s 4:13 Dream, making the tunes at least six years old. Unfortunately, there’s precious little information available beyond that. Not unlike Mean Girls‘ Gretchen Wieners, Robert Smith is good at keeping secrets; that’s why his hair’s so big.   The band has announced that it will be releasing a live concert DVD simultaneously, and that it will also be doing a number of upcoming shows. But instead of focusing on the new material, like The Cure’s past “Trilogy” tours in 2002 and 2011, they’ll be dedicated to playing three of the group’s older albums in their entirety—this time The Top, The Head On The Door, and Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me. Follow this link: The Cure is releasing a new album · The A.V....

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LuckyPennie Brings Music Discovery To The iPhone
Jan11

LuckyPennie Brings Music Discovery To The iPhone

If your Spotify friends have terrible taste in music , newly launched iPhone app LuckyPennie may be for you. This L.A.-based startup is hoping to re-imagine..

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