News featuring Red Hot Chili Peppers

The following news stories mention Red Hot Chili Peppers. 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 3 hours ago.

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Wednesday 28th January

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Monday 26th January

  • Tim Heidecker “Leaked” Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Song

    Last January, Nick Kroll/Tom Scharpling associate Jon Daly gave us the brilliant Red Hot Chili Peppers parody “Abracadabralifornia” days before the Peppers played the Super Bowl halftime show (or at least pretended to play). Now a different comedian, Tim Heidecker of Tim & Eric, has taken the piss out of this year’s Super Bowl performer. [...]

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’14 Oct 29 Wed

Wednesday 29th October

  • A guide to 2014 NYC Halloween events in NYC

    pugkin @ McCarren Dog Costume parade (more by Mimi Hong)

    No longer content to celebrate Halloween just on October 31, NYC has turned into a full week of festivities. We're mainly focusing on the music stuff, but a list of notable events follows...

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’14 Oct 25 Sat

Saturday 25th October

  • Sleater-Kinney's Return, Record Store Day's Black Friday Exclusives and Chief Keef's Major Label Falling-Out in Our News Roundup

    Here we are once again to look back, gather up and make sense of the news week that was. If you feel something might have flown under your radar, here's your chance to catch back up.

    First off, it was straight-up huge week for new album announcements. Leading the pack, though, was none other than the long-absent Sleater-Kinney, who announced No Cities to Love. The album marks the trio's first since 2005's The Woods, meaning it's indeed been a decade since we last heard from Corin Tucker, Carrie Brownstein and Janet Weiss.

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’14 Oct 21 Tue

Tuesday 21st October

  • Flea Sheds Light on New Red Hot Chili Peppers Album

    The last time Red Hot Chili Peppers released an album, 2011's I'm with You, they had recently undergone some lineup turnover, with longtime guitarist John Frusciante being replaced by newbie Josh Klinghoffer. Now that the new lineup have had a chance to grow comfortable together, they have set their sights on a new album. The band have been writing recently, and Flea told Rolling Stone that they have more than 30 new tunes. They're planning to begin recording within the next couple months, and they will whittle down this batch of new material to the length of album. ...Read More

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Tuesday 30th September

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Saturday 20th September

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Wednesday 13th August

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Wednesday 9th July

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Tuesday 8th July

  • Death From Above 1979 Detail 'The Physical World'

    After letting loose their new single "Trainwreck 1979" yesterday, Toronto duo Death From Above 1979 have shared more details regarding their comeback album The Physical World. The LP features a total of 11 songs, all of which were produced by D. Sardy, who has worked with Red Hot Chili Peppers and LCD Soundsystem. Song titles that have our interests piqued include "Right On, Frankenstein!" and "Government Trash." Like all of the duo's releases, this one features the band members reimagined as cartoon elephants. This time, however, their faces are laid out in front of a hazy...Read More

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