Day: March 27, 2017

Word Is Bond Premiere : Deep Fayed Take Us To "Places We Don’t Go" • Word Is Bond

    Chicago Jazz/HipHop fusion act Deep Fayed is out with an interesting piece art titled “Places We Don’t Go‘. The vibrant soundscape is enhanced by a myriad vocalists, starting with singer Catherine Poulos who sets the tone the track with her lush melodies. Emcee D2G comes through with two solid verses to tie everything together. Continue reading Word Is Bond Premiere : Deep Fayed Take Us To "Places We Don’t Go" • Word Is Bond

​Feist to Perform Leonard Cohen Tribute at the Junos

In addition to revealing this year’s nominees, the Juno Awards have already promised an entertaining broadcast thanks to hosts Bryan Adams and Russell Peters. Now, they’ve unveiled that Feist will be performing during the ceremony, paying homage to one Canada’s greatest and most missed musicians.   Feist will perform a tribute to Leonard Cohen, debuting Continue reading ​Feist to Perform Leonard Cohen Tribute at the Junos

R.I.P. Italian Soundtrack Great Alessandro Alessandroni

One the world’s true soundtrack legends, Alessandro Alessandroni, has died. Alessandroni — a prolific Italian multi-instrumentalist who first rose to fame by working on spaghetti western classics such as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly with childhood friend Ennio Morricone — passed away on Sunday (March 26) in Rome. He was 92. The news Continue reading R.I.P. Italian Soundtrack Great Alessandro Alessandroni

​Adele Says She Doesn’t Know ‘If I Will Ever Tour Again’

Adele has been on an extensive world tour since releasing her latest album 25 back in 2015, but it seems that the Grammy-winning powerhouse singer may not be gracing the live stage too ten in the years to come.   While performing in Auckland, New Zealand, last night (March 26), Adele hinted that her touring Continue reading ​Adele Says She Doesn’t Know ‘If I Will Ever Tour Again’

Sparks Return with Their First New Album in Eight Years

Only a few years removed from their collaborative album alongside Franz Ferdinand, long-running brother outfit Sparks are set to go it alone once more with a new LP. Titled Hippopotamus, the latest from Ron and Russell Mael will arrive on September 8 through BMG. Fifteen tracks in length, Hippopotamus was recorded by the band in Los Continue reading Sparks Return with Their First New Album in Eight Years

The Decemberists Announce North American Dates, Add Vancouver and Calgary Shows

The Decemberists recently unveiled plans for their very own music festival dubbed Travelers’ Rest in Missoula, MT, and now the band have mapped out a handful additional shows around the event — including a couple stops in Canada.   Prior to the festival, the Decemberists will play in Vancouver on August 8 and Calgary on Continue reading The Decemberists Announce North American Dates, Add Vancouver and Calgary Shows

​RZA Lashes Out Against Trump’s Immigration Policies on ‘No Refuge’

Wu-Tang leader RZA has hopped on a new track from Italian electronic duo Parisi to make a powerful statement against Donald Trump’s immigration policies.   The cut is called “No Refuge,” and it opens with RZA pondering: “I don’t understand how you could ban a man / From a land that was said to be Continue reading ​RZA Lashes Out Against Trump’s Immigration Policies on ‘No Refuge’

Freddie Gibbs ‘Alexys’ (prod. by BADBADNOTGOOD & Kaytranada)

Freddie Gibbs is set to release his new You Only Live 2wice EP at the end this week, and ahead the effort’s arrival, he’s shared a new track, “Alexys.” Featuring production from the inimitable combo BADBADNOTGOOD and Kaytranada, Gibbs spits tales the dope game over a bouncy slice soul. BBNG provided some production help on Gibbs’s 2015 Continue reading Freddie Gibbs ‘Alexys’ (prod. by BADBADNOTGOOD & Kaytranada)