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Flaming Lips on Colbert

The Flaming Lips are on tour promoting their new album OCZY MLODY. Wayne Coyne and the crew will be in California in May.

Novella: Change of State

From Novella’s sophomore album, Change of State, out now on Sinderlyn. “Change Of State” was recorded over the period of a few months in the Victorian bedroom studio of James Hoare (Ultimate Painting, Veronica Falls) on an old 1960’s 8-track, this set up forced Novella to utilize an economy of sound on the album.

 

Bassel and The Supernaturals

“Lost” is the debut single from the Bassel and The Supernaturals record ‘Elements,’ now out. The song is dedicated to their late bassist Mason Cormie and to Bassel’s cousin Aya in #Syria. Learn more at Bassel and The Supernaturals website. 

 

Blondie: “Fun”

Blondie releases their 11th studio album, entitled Pollinator, on May 5. You can pre-order the new album now and visit the OFFICIAL BLONDIE STORE, where you Pollinator can be ordered in a range of formats, including deluxe red vinyl, cassette, 7″ vinyl box set and other special collectible editions. Blondie hits the road with Garbage – Check the Blondie Tour dates 

Check out the recently released NEW VIDEO for “Fun”.

Let’s Eat Grandma

These two British lasses are touring to support their new album, I, Gemini, and will play the Echoplex March 19. They’re cool and the music is really unique. Check out their video:

Playboy Manbaby “You Can Be a Fascist Too”

The group hails from Phoenix and consists of Robbie Pfeffer (vocals), Chris Hudson( bass), TJ Friga (guitar), David Cosme (trumpet), Chad Dennis (drums), and Austin Rickert (sax).

Having been a regional powerhouse for more than five years with two previously released cassette albums on their own Rubber Brothers label, these lads have have shared the stage with the likes of Mike Watt and The Missing Men; King Khan & BBQ Show; King Khan and The Shrines; Rocket From The Crypt; Thee Oh Sees; Cosmonauts; The Spits; Black Flag; The Descendents; The Replacements; The Slackers and Teenage Bottlerocket, among countless others. Check them out:

New Video: Alice Jemima ‘No Diggity’

Check out Alice Jemima’s hot new video for “No Diggity,” featuring freestyle skate crew High Rollaz.

Just ahead of the release of her debut LP Alice Jemima, due out March 3, English singer Alice Jemima sharea the artful video for her viral cover of Blackstreet’s iconic track “No Diggity.”

Watch it HERE. The single, which appears on her debut self-titled album, was her initial breakthrough single which went viral and now stands at over 3 million plays.

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