Music News, New Music 0 New Music + Music News for June 19 By Johnny Firecloud @@JohnnyFirecloud · On June 19, 2017 Just got in the door from a maniacally awesome Italy/France/Switzerland weekend trek to catch Radiohead and experience a single day without hearing the word “Trump”. Wild ride, much to discuss on the next Antiquiet Podcast. Catch up with our music debates + stories on iTunes and Soundcloud. Lots of musical ground to cover today… There’s a new LCD Soundsystem album on the way,...
New Music 0 QOTSA Strut Into The Haunted House on ‘The Way You Used To Do’ By Johnny Firecloud @@JohnnyFirecloud · On June 15, 2017 Well then, let’s step into the haunted house dance party and listen to the sharply excellent strut-rock throwdown of The Way You Used To Do, the new Queens of the Stone Age song from their upcoming album Villains. Produced by Mark Ronson, the track is by far the poppiest on the record (yes, we’ve heard it) – but that doesn’t mean the bpms have peaked… VIDEO...
As our hopes of a full Pink Floyd reunion slowly reached a point of near-futility over the past few years, Londoners were astonished when the surviving members of the legendary band reunited onstage Thursday night at London's 02 Arena during a stop on Roger Waters' Wall tour. The event marked only the second time that Nick Mason, David Gilmour and Waters had appeared at a show together in the last 30 years.
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