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John Doe (X): "Never Enough" (live on Letterman)
John Doe of X performed a new track entitled "Never Enough" on Late Night with David Letterman last week. Check out the video below. Doe's latest solo album Keeper was released late last month via Yep Roc. X, meanwhile, continue their celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of Los Angeles…
Gang of Four: "Who Am I"
Gang of Four has unveiled a new video for "Who Am I," a track from their latest effort (and first in six years) Content. Check it out…
Gang of Four: 'Content'
Post-punk pioneers Gang of Four have launched a stream of their first album of original material in 16 years. The record is titled Content and is due out January 25, 2011 via Yep Roc. The album will be available in a standard CD release and on vinyl. It will also be available in the Ultimate Content Can -…
Gang of Four (USA)
Post-punk pioneers Gang of Four have announced a US headlining tour set for early 2011. The run is in support of the band's upcoming album, their first album of new compositions in sixteen years. The record is titled Content and is due out January 25, 2011 via Yep Roc. The album will be available in a…
Gang of Four: "You'll Never Pay for the Farm"
Post-punk pioneers Gang of Four have released a new song from their first album of original material in 16 years. The record is titled Content and is due out January 25, 2011 via Yep Roc. The album will be available in a standard CD release and on vinyl. It will also be available in the Ultimate Content…
Reverend Horton Heat plans 25th anniversary live DVD
Long-running rockabilly/psychobilly act Reverend Horton Heat have announced plans to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a newly recorded live DVD. The band will be filming their August 12 show at the Fillmore in San Fransisco with opening acts Splitlip Rayfield and Hillstomp. The band previously released the live…
The Reverend Horton Heat plan first new album in five years
Yep Roc has announced a new album from Reverend Horton Heat. The record is their first (non-holiday) album since 2004's Revival and is described as the "‘billy’ side of rockabilly," with more influence from mid-20th century country music. The album will be released September 1, 2009 and a deluxe edition will feature a custom metal speedometer packaging designed by Gamil Design, a bonus CD of some of artists covering The RHH songs and a commemorative shot glass.…
John Doe of X and the Sadies collaborate on "Country Club"
Exclaim is reporting that X frontman John Doe will collaborate with Toronto alt-country act the Sadies on an upcoming record. The Yep Roc Records released project will be titled Country Club and will feature the pairing taking on classic country tunes along with new originals. It's expected in stores on April 14th. Doe commented:Country Club is the result…
Paul Weller (UK)
Paul Weller, formerly of The Jam and Style Council, will play twelve UK dates in May running up to the release of his next studio album, 22 Dreams, in June. Tickets for the shows will be available starting February 16th. Recently, the remaining two-thirds of The Jam are planning a live DVD and new album and a few tour dates of their…
Bob Mould cancels weekend shows due to ankle injury
Bob Mould, former frontperson of both Hüsker Dü and Sugar , has suffered an injury to his ankle that has put the kibosh on some solo gigs this weekend. As explained on his blog: This Tuesday afternoon, I broke my left ankle. Non-displaced fracture of the lateral malleolus. I spent 4 hours at Sibley ER, and was sent home in an air cast, with my first (and hopefully only) set of crutches. He went on to explain in a later…
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