News featuring Pink Floyd

The following news stories mention Pink Floyd. 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 5 hours ago.

’15 May 22 Fri

Friday 22nd May

  • Counterbalance: Pink Floyd's 'Wish You Were Here'

    Come in here, dear boy, have a cigar. You're gonna go far, just like the 207th most acclaimed album of all time, Pink Floyd's Wish You Were Here.

    Mendelsohn: One more spin on the Pink Floyd space shuttle, Klinger. Are you ready? This will be the last go around. As much as I love this band, as large as they loom in my rock psyche, there aren't too many other albums in their repertoire that I think merit extended examination: maybe Animals, maybe Meddle, maybe even their late-game return with Division Bell. This week will mark the fourth Pink Floyd record we've discussed…

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Thursday 21st May

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Sunday 17th May

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Friday 8th May

  • College Street Music Hall takes over Palace Theater space in New Haven, CT (Polaris, Mates of State, Decemberists, WHITESNAKE & more on initial schedule)

    New Haven's historic Palace Theatre has reopened as College Street Music Hall. "Located in the heart of College Street in downtown New Haven's arts and entertainment district, CSMH joins the scene as the hub for live music performance in New Haven and all of Southern New England. The theater will feature multi-capacity configurations for up to 2000 patrons, with a seated balcony and the option of the orchestra level being either standing room or seated." The collaboration between Manic Productions and Premier Concerts opened over the weekend with concerts by Lyle Lovett & John Haitt, and a Pink Floyd tribute show (complete with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra).

    Things continue at the CT venue this Saturday (5/9) with 'Pete & Pete' band Polaris and indie duo Mates of State. The venue's current list of upcoming shows is listed below...

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Monday 4th May

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Sunday 3rd May

  • Roger Waters Slams Digital Music For Pink Floyd’s 50th Birthday

    Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters took a stand against the digital music empire in a new interview with The Times. “I feel enormously privileged to have been born in 1943 and not 1983,” he said. “To have been around when there was a music business and the takeover by Silicon Valley hadn’t happened, and in consequence, […]

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’15 Apr 23 Thu

Thursday 23rd April

  • The Westies: West Side Stories

    Michael McDermott's newest project is off to a promising start. If only it was a little more difficult.

    Somehow, West Side Stories ends up feeling like a cheat. It's a mystery: despite an interesting sound that combines all the best elements of bluegrass, country, the jazzier style of Tom Waits' early catalog, even, improbably, elements of late era Pink Floyd into a recognizable but also wholly original style, superb instrumentation that never fails to convey the worn-down atmosphere appropriate to the lyrics and the ghostly vocals of Michael McDermott and Heather Horton, The…

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’15 Apr 20 Mon

Monday 20th April

  • Happy 4/20: Highly Suggested Films for Specific Strains of Weed

    Because you've spent enough 4/20s with The Dude and Randall "Pink" Floyd.

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  • Bombadil: Hold On

    Hold On is full of perky, precocious and thoroughly engaging intent, an album with a more experimental nature that doesn’t diminish ample accessibility. Consider it a must-hear, even if for its sheer ingenuity alone.

    There are some bands that are simply so idiocentric they’re practically impossible to describe. It’s not a bad thing of course -- the same tag might have been applied to Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead or even the Beatles at one point -- but it does present a challenge when their handlers try to pitch an ensemble to the fickle masses as a whole. The band that calls itself Bombadil poses that dilemma, and despite…

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’15 Apr 15 Wed

Wednesday 15th April

  • Roger Waters Treats 'Amused to Death' to Deluxe Reissue

    Back in 2013, we reported that former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters was finally working on the follow-up to his 1992 effort Amused to Death. That planned album still hasn't come out and, in the meantime, Waters is in fact reissuing Amused to Death this summer instead. This remastered version comes out on July 24 through Columbia Records/Legacy Recordings. It will be available in several formats: CD, Blu-ray, digital download, 200-gram double LP, and double picture disc LP. The artwork has been updated (see the new cover above), the audio has been remastered, and the...

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