News featuring Muse

The following news stories mention Muse. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 7 hours ago.

’15 Feb 24 Tue

Tuesday 24th February

  • Best Coast Shares "California Nights" From Upcoming Album

    Best Coast's latest album, California Nights, will see its release on May 5th via Harvest Records. It was produced by Wally Gagel (Miley Cyrus, New Order, Muse) and is described as a bit more of everything Best Coast.

    Singer/songwriter/guitarist Bethany Cosentino says, If you have ever lived in California, you know what nighttime here feels like. You know what the sky looks like when those epic sunsets begin, and you understand that feeling and the way things change when the sun finally sets. In LA, or maybe just personally to me, when the sun sets -- I feel like there is a large sense of calmness in the air, and I feel like…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

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Sunday 22nd February

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Friday 13th February

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Thursday 22nd January

  • Cult heroes: Wipers – the sound of emptiness and dread

    We kick off our new series on music’s cult heroes with a celebration of Wipers and Greg Sage, who took American punk in thrilling new directions

    • Sub Pop’s Bruce Pavitt revisits the greatest bands of the 80s

    “Romeo,” murmurs Greg Sage, “walks the city at night.” Beneath his voice, drums thunder along, almost motorik in their linear path, but twice as fast. “The tall dark buildings cast a ghostly shadow in his burning eyes.” Heavily fuzzed guitar and bass pick out a mutated rockabilly pattern underneath. “Oh Romeo, roam Romeo, Romeo roam, roam Romeo, yeah.” And for the chorus, a huge swoop of slide guitar and a whoosh of brass, like the sound of a railroad horn as the train races past in the darkness. It’s recognisably punk rock, but different: it’s less constricted than punk rock, less limited in its scope, but lacks none of the…

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

  • Subterranean homesick muse: Sub Pop’s Bruce Pavitt revisits 80s greatest bands

    Before launching label that brought the world Nirvana, Pavitt co-founded the fanzine of the same name. The Melvins were ‘weak’ and Henry Rollins had the ‘sex appeal of Elvis or James Brown with the psychotic edge of Charlie Manson’

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    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

’15 Jan 15 Thu

Thursday 15th January

  • Awkward SNL Promo Confirms It’s Time For Sia To Stop Obscuring Her Face

    For this album cycle, Sia made the decision to stay out of the spotlight and avoid public appearances whenever possible. This has resulted in some really great entertainment: take using 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler as her muse to create two iconic music videos, or Lena Dunham’s inspired interpretive “Chandelier” dance on Seth Meyers. But it’s also [...]

    Read the complete article at stereogum.feedsportal.com

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Tuesday 13th January

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Friday 2nd January

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Thursday 18th December

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Monday 15th December

  • Lamb Of God, Clutch, Every Time I Die, Body Count, Etc. Added To 2015 ‘Download Festival’

    19 artists have been added to the 2015 ‘Download Festival‘, which will feature headlining sets from Slipknot, Muse, Kiss, Judas Priest and more. The latest additions to the festival include: Lamb Of God Clutch Body Count Black Veil Brides Motionless In White Madball Every Time I Die DragonForce Backyard Babies Crown The Empire Northlane H.E.A.T. Billy Idol Rise Against Parkway Drive Hollywood Undead Eagles Of Death Metal Godsmack Mallory Knox The event will be held June 12th-14th at Donington Park, … Continue reading →

    Read the complete article at www.theprp.com

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