Listen to Walk off the Earth’s ‘R.E.V.O.’ Now
Canada’s Walk Off the Earth caused quite a buzz in the U.S. courtesy of the band’s one guitar cover to Gotye and Kimbra’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” last year. Today, the indie/rock quintet released their full-length album R.E.V.O., an acronym for the band’s motto, Realize Every Victory Outright. Thanks to the folks at Rolling Stone, you can listen to the album in full. READ MORE.
David Bowie Releases New Material
Today, David Bowie celebrates 66 years of life and gives the world an unexpected surprise, his newest single, “Where Are You Now?” Bowie returns from musical hibernation (his last single was released in 2003) to tease us with the new track, a glimpse of his 30th studio album, The New Day, out this March. READ MORE.
Queens of the Stone Age Reveal New Album Details
The Queens of the Stone Age work on their own time and the band is finally releasing a full-length album since Era Vulgaris. Until the album is released in June, refresh the Queens of the Stone Age website to hear instrumental snippets of … Like Clockwork. READ MORE.
Listen to Vampire Weekend’s New Singles “Diane Young” and “Step”
The mysterious men of Vampire Weekend continue subliminally announcing news for their upcoming album.
First the band released an announcement on their website: Vampire Weekend May 6 with MVOTC. The band later tweeted “NYT Classifieds” noting the small column in the New York Times stating, “Modern Vampires of the City, May 7, 2013.” READ MORE.