News featuring Heart

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’14 Nov 1 Sat

Saturday 1st November

’14 Oct 31 Fri

Friday 31st October

  • The Singles released new LP & video, touring (dates, streams)

    The Singles were an '00s-era Detroit band who dared not be be garage but power pop, releasing three albums before fizzling out. Frontman Vince Frederick and reactivated the band in Los Angeles with another Detroiter, Nicky Veltman, and just released Look How Fast A Heart Can Break, the first new Singles album in six years. We've got the premiere of the Martijn Veltman-directed video for "We Don't Talk Anymore" (not a cover of the Cliff Richard song) and you can watch that, and stream the album via Rdio, below.

    You can catch The Singles on tour starting next week, including a stop in NYC on November 13 at Pianos with Banker$, Dennis Cahlo & the Change, and Rally. All dates are listed below...

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  • Pitchfork Paris day 1 review: James Blake, The War on Drugs, Mogwai, The Notwist, Jon Hopkins, HTDW & Ought

    by Johnny Zachman

    Pitchfork Paris began yesterday (10/30) in the Grande Halle de la Villette, a slaughterhouse-turned-cultural center in the city's 19th arrondissement. The festival featured two stages at opposite ends of the venue, with acts performing in immediate succession on alternate sides of the room.

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  • Selena Gomez’s New Single Is Allegedly “Heart Wants What It Wants”: See The Tracklist Of Her Greatest Hits LP ‘For You’

    Selena Gomez‘s November comeback came a today early thanks to a slip-up from Amazon France. They confirmed that the much-missed diva’s greatest hits album is indeed called For You and even posted the tracklist. Whoops! The 15-song set includes a couple of surprise omissions (where are iconic anthems “Hit The Lights” and “Bang Bang Bang”?) and odd […]

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’14 Oct 30 Thu

Thursday 30th October

’14 Oct 29 Wed

Wednesday 29th October

  • K. Michelle Unveils Her Striking ‘Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart’ Album Cover & Official Trailer: Watch

    Christmas came early for K. Michelle fans today (October 29). The sassy diva finally announced the title of her sophomore LP Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart (due December 9) — she had been promoting it under the acronym AWBAH — and unveiled the striking, nude cover art on Instagram. Oh, and she also debuted her […]

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  • Philip H Anselmo Releases Official Statement On The Passing Of Corey Mitchell

    Down, etc. frontman Philip H Anselmo has now given an official statement on the untimely passing of his friend and business partner Corey Mitchell. Mitchell died as a result of a heart attack this past Monday morning at Emo’s in Austin, TX, having just wrapped up the second installment of the ‘Housecore Horror Film Festival‘ the weekend prior—a festival which he and Anselmo co-founded. Mitchell was also co-authoring Anselmo‘s long-awaited autobiography in recent years as well. Anselmo said of Mitchell‘s passing: … Continue reading →

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  • Lily & Madeleine: Fumes

    Lily & Madeleine may not shout or scream, or even cry, but they still want to be heard.

    Don’t raise your voice. There’s nothing you cannot express with a modulated delivery. If you sing it sweetly, even the craziest notions seem normal. Sure, let the instruments clamor and crash for effect, but don’t let that impact your vocals. Lily & Madeleine take this to heart on their new album, Fumes, whose vaporous spirit is echoed by the ethereal harmonies of the lead singers. But the word “fumes” also has another meaning. As a…

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’14 Oct 28 Tue

Tuesday 28th October

  • Phil Anselmo Speaks On The Passing Of His ‘Housecore Horror Film Festival’ Co-Founder

    Down frontman Philip H. Anselmo has commented on the sudden passing of his ‘Housecore Horror Film Festival‘ co-founder Corey Mitchell. This years installment of the festival just wrapped up this past weekend in Austin, TX. Mitchell, 47, was said to have suffered a heart attack outside of Emo’s on Monday morning while loading up his car. Anselmo told of the passing of Mitchell—who was also co-authoring Anselmo‘s autobiography “Mouth For War: Pantera And Beyond“: “We’re really just still in … Continue reading →

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  • Hamilton Leithauser Lays Out North American Tour Plans, Unveils "5 AM" Video

    Hamilton Leithauser stepped away from the on-hiatus Walkmen crew earlier this year to deliver his solo debut, Black Hours. Now, he's announced he'll be taking his newly burgeoning songbook out on the road early next year for a quick run of North American dates. The crooner currently has a handful of UK shows coming up this November, but Leithauser won't be busting out his recent mix of heart-tugging torch songs and rock'n'rollers on this side of the pond until January. Though kicking off out in New York City, Leithauser, Walkmen guitarist Paul Maroon and the rest of his backup...Read More

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