Archive for January 26, 2013


Listen: The Strokes' New Song

As promised, the Strokes have some new music. They’ve posted a new song on their website called “One Way Trigger”, which is possibly a taste of the new album. Time”. Take a listen below.

 

Those famous legs will soon no longer be the famous legs of an American: Tina Turner is handing in her U.S. passport and becoming a Swiss citizen. It’s not quite as nefarious as Gerard Depardieu‘s exodus from France — though inevitably comparisons will be made, Fox News — since, according to the AFP, the Tennessee-born singer has lived in Switzerland since 1995, when she moved along with her partner, Erwin Bach, a German record executive. And Turner has become really popular in Switzerland, according to the Telegraph — two spiritual albums she collaborated on, Beyond and Children Beyond, made the Swiss charts. Read more here: http://bit.ly/SN5dcU

“You never know. I might be an American soon.”

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From Kevin & Bean
With their complex songwriting, progressive guitar chords, and explosive electronic orchestration paired with otherworldly lyrics,Muse has climbed to the higher echelon of rock stardom.

So, despite Muse’s British upbringing, they are familiar with the beauty of Southern California and Bellamy even raises his family with Kate Hudson here part-time. He said that his daily tour routine for the next few days will be his children acting as alarm clocks.

“In LA, I just get woken up by the kids first thing in the morning,” laughed Bellamy, joking that he tells his kids he needs a break “until lunch at least” because he “didn’t finish partying until like 3am last night.”

Is there potential that Muse might officially become American citizens? Well, Bellamy confessed that they might play a Jimi “Hendrix-y” cover of the “Star-Spangled Banner” at the Staples Center like they did they did at their San Diego show.

“Just instrumental… I feel like you have to be an American to sing it,” explained Bellamy. “But you never know. I might be an American soon. So, you never know… I might be able to sing it.”

Read more about the article here: http://bit.ly/SN1rQM

It sounds like Muse may be here to stay.

 

 

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