Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Quick News

Before Sunrise and Before Sunset actress and Two Days in Paris Director, Julie Delpy will direct the Joe Strummer film, The Right Profile. The film will focus on The Clash frontman's exile from public life after a publicity stunt for Strummer turned into a reclusive reality and his fight to get back into the spotlight until his death in 2002.

GZA of Wu-Tang Clan will address Harvard University at the University's Black Men's Forum where GZA will discuss his life in and outside of Wu and his lyrics. The speech takes place on December 1.

Inspirational Carpets will release their first single in 16 years, the song "You're So Good To Me" will be released next month and the Carpets will release a new album next year.

The Vaccines are already working on the follow-up to their breakout debut, What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? The band hopes to have the record out next year.

Editors bassist Russell Leetch has given an update on the band's planning of their new album. Taking to the band's website, Russell explains that the band will begin recording their fourth album early next year and are wrapping up the writing process to the album now. The band plan to record the album in LA and London.

Regina Spektor will release her new album, What We Saw from the Cheep Seats in May.

Sad news to report, after over a decade together, New Jersey post-punkers Thursday are going on indefinite hiatus after their current tour. The band, who just released their latest record, No Devolucion this past spring. In 2009 we spoke with guitarist Steve Pedulla in 2009, take a look at that interview HERE.