Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Quick News

Gold Fields have confirmed that their debut album, Black Sun, will be out in January. Take a look at our CMJ feature & interview with the band HERE.

Glasvegas have confirmed to NME that their new album will be called, Whoever Shouts the Loudest. The bands third record will arrive next year and was recorded in singer James Allen's home in Scotland.

Speaking of new records, Snoop Lion (Yes, the artist formally known as Snoop Dogg) will release his reggae album, Reincarnation in February.

After working with Lana Del Rey on his new album, The Bravest Man in the Universe, Bobby Womack is keen on recording a full record with the young New York singer. Womack told The Sun, "I would love to do a whole album with Lana. Maybe I will get that chance, I’m putting it out there now."

The freed member of Pussy Riot, Yekaterina Samutsevich, told NME that, "But it's a more complicated situation for me now. I must act more carefully. They [the Russian government] listen to our telephones." She then spoke of the prison conditions and said, "It was like Groundhog Day. We were all under constant surveillance. All our correspondence was read. In terms of other things: food, a shower once a week, everything was bearable. But if they try to take me back I'll go insane."

Dubstep producer and DJ, Skream (Magnetic Man, Skream & Benga) released a FREE compilation album in celebration of his 10,000 Twitter follower. Download the album HERE.