Summer’s coming and Apple has once again anounced its annual iTunes Festival in London for 2010.
Apple’s iTunes will present 62 bands across 31 days in a series of performances at the Roundhouse in Camden Town, London. Announced highlights include Scissor Sisters (July 1), Tony Bennett (July 2) & Ozzy Osbourne (July 3). Read the rest of this entry
The promotion lasts for one day only and is intended to boost attention for the new ‘Nobodys’ Daughter’ album which ships late April.
All you need to do is click here and visit the site, give Courtney a few personal details about yourself and you’ll be given the chance to download the track straight away, which is rather jolly.
The track’s only available for free download today – you got no chance if you leave it until tomorrow.
To coincide with the tour, Little Death are giving away the brand new track: ‘The World Won’t Wait’’, “where unashamed guitars and drums thrash it out and soar above breathy vocals and intertwining melodies - recalling the dreamier side of early 1990’s grunge when guitar bands didn’t just construct songs but energy and atmosphere, a dreamscape of noise and power,” apparently.
In a repeat of the band’s ‘In Rainbows’ pay-what-you-like experiment, the band today released a new digital single exclusively through the artist’s website – for free.
Clicking on the download link takes you to an order page from which you can download the track, which includes a virtual sleeve and liner notes.
Here’s what the site said:
Underworld are working with iDrum to release their very own remixable iPhone app.
The application lets fans remix and manipulate 13 tracks, including all the band’s hits and also an all-new track called ‘VoxJam’. The release is timed to celebrate the addition of the band’s back catalogue to the iTunes store.
Underworld also plan to be the first act to stream a live gig to the iPhone, Read the rest of this entry
Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter and producer John Forté is releasing ‘Stylefree The Ep’, his first collection of new music in eight years, via EMI Label Services.
The EP will be distributed to digital retailers in the US this week, marking the 9th year anniversary of Forté’s arrest on charges of drug trafficking. The first single from the EP, “Play My Cards for Me,” is available as a free download at www.johnforte.com.
Having served seven and a half years of a fourteen-year federal prison sentence before receiving a historic commutation Read the rest of this entry
Seattle trio The Cave Singers bring their second album ’Welcome Joy’ to the masses on August 17 2009.
Produced by Colin Stewart (Black Mountain, Destroyer, Ladyhawk), the album is far richer and more interesting sounding than their debut (2007′s ’Invitation Songs’) and sees the band perform their dramatic, forlorn and occasionally triumphant music in a wonderfully autumnal haze.
A free track from latest Matador Records signing, Philadelphian troubadour Kurt Vile is available to download from the Matador website now.