Glasvegas will release their new album, ...Later when the TV Turns to Static in September.
New Order are planning to release another EP before the end of the year. Earlier this year, the band released, Lost Sirens, a collection of left over songs from their 2005 album, Waiting for the Sirens Call, it was the bands final album before going on hiatus and final with original bassist Peter Hook. Now, speaking to NME, keyboardist Gillian Gilbert said,"We're waiting on Bernard's lyrics. But it's been sunny this week, so he can't possibly write when it's sunny, but we want to do things now. We don't want to be like the old New Order and keep everyone waiting for years, we want to be the new New Order. We've been writing in short bursts, so we'll just work on four songs at a time instead of waiting another two years to finish an album."
Pulp have announced they are currently in the process of making a documentary about the bands final gig in their hometown of Sheffield, England. The concert, which took place in December 2012, may actually be the bands swan song as they have no plans to tour or record. The documentary called Pulp and Sheffield has no release date, but will take fans on a behind-the-scenes look at rehearsals, backstage and the show.
Yoko Ono will release her new album, Take Me To The Land of Hell in September. The album will feature collaborations with Questlove, Tune-Yards, surviving Beastie Boys Mike D and Ad-Rock. The album will be produced by her son Sean, and longtime partner Yuka Honda. In 2011, we interviewed Ono about working with her son, take a look HERE.