Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Quick News

Queens of the Stone have announced that their new album will be called Villains, they announced it in a teaser video. Take a look at the video above, the record was produced by Mark Ronson. 

The long awaited Hip Hop Museum will open in Harlem next year. The 20-story museum will be somewhere on 125th street, details have been sparse for now but this is something to get excited about.

Jane's Addiction will release the concert film Ritual De Lo Habitual Alive At 25, in August. The film was shot last summer during gigs in California as the band marked the anniversary of their acclaimed sophomore record. Singer Perry Ferrel said in a statement: "25 years - what a beautiful milestone for both Ritual De Lo Habitual and Lollapalooza. As both were great achievements in our lives that also helped change the course of music history, we really sought to come up with a special show for this tour so that the fans could celebrate it with us."

In an interview with BBC, Brandon Flowers said that The Killers will release a new album called Wonderful, Wonderful, later this year.

Frankie Rose will release her new album, Cage Tropical, in August.

Speaking to  Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Action Bronson confirmed that his new album, Blue Chips 7,000, will arrive this summer -- either end of July or early August. He also took to Instagram to share the cover, take a look below: