Monthly Archives: June 2021

Courtney Love says Olivia Rodrigo copied Hole album cover

Hello, today in an unexpected celebrity drama, Courtney Love is mad at Olivia Rodrigo for being #influenced by Hole’s iconic album cover for live through it. Courtney jumped online to point out the similarities between 1994’s live through it and Olivia’s art for the Acid prom movie – both of …

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How an unused Jimi Hendrix album art led to Journey’s Scarab

Towards the end of the video for Journey’s new single “The Way We Used to Be”, an animated proxy from guitarist Neal Schon seems to turn into a dung beetle. It would be an odd visual choice were it not for the importance of the insect in Journey’s lore, appearing …

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Watch Lorde discuss solar power, the album cover and the Colbert tour

Lorde sat down for an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this evening. She talked about her new album Solar energy, which releases on August 20, and has promised that she will return to the series for a live performance soon. Watch the interview below. Stephen Colbert mentioned …

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Lorde opens up about choosing an album cover so racy it couldn’t be shown on TV

Lorde is back in action. Four years after the release of his second album, Melodrama, the 24-year-old New Zealand singer is back with her next release Solar energy. But while the full album won’t be released until August 20, one aspect of it is already getting people talking. The cover …

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Hat Designer reacts to album cover – Billboard

Janessa Leoné, the creator of the burgundy velvet hat Taylor Swift wears on the newly unveiled cover of her re-recording Red album, had no idea that she would see the pop icon in any of her tracks on the upcoming release. “It was a total surprise to see her sport …

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ALIEN WEAPONRY Announces September Release Date For Tangaroa Album; Music video for title track released

Alien Weaponry are back in full force, announcing the release of their fervent second album, Tangaroa, which will be released September 17th via Napalm Records. Since the release of their debut album Tū (2018), the New Zealanders’ kinetic presence and sound – combining elements of thrash and groove metal with …

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Dennis DeYoung, founding member of Styx, on his latest studio album – Music – Buzz

Dennis DeYoung, former lead singer and founding member of the band Styx, has just released what he says will be his last solo studio album. “26 East Vol. 2”, (Frontiers Records) the companion to “26 East Vol. 1” is titled after his childhood address in the Chicago area. At age …

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Bono and Alicia Keys join DMX on his posthumous album – Music Reads

‘Hold Me Down’ and ‘Skyscrapers’ are two highlights from DMX’s posthumous LP DMX died earlier this year at the age of 50. He was too young, but he’s packed a lot into this life – tragic ups and downs – and his new album Exodusreleased after his death, could be …

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The Cure’s Robert Smith to release ‘noise’ solo album E! News UK

Robert Smith of The Cure is about to release a noise solo album. The ‘Friday I’m In Love’ hitmaker has revealed that his bandmates answered with a resounding ‘no’ when he suggested the ‘one-hour noise’ record, and so he’s going it alone on the project. He told Zane Lowe on …

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