Rufus Wainwright to Release New Album


Singer/songwriter Rufus Wainwright has announced details for seventh studio album Out Of The Game. Scheduled for release April 23rd in the U.K., April 24th in the U.S. and May 1st in Canada, the album has been produced by serial collaborator Mark Ronson. Speaking to Music Week, Wainwright said Out Of The Game is: "...the most pop album I've ever made..." The album will feature a host of cameos including: Yeah Yeah Yeah's guitarist Nick Zinner, Sean Lennon, Nels Cline of Wilco and Rufus' … [Read more...]

InMe to Embark On U.K Tour and Release New Album


Brentwood's favorite sons, InMe, will be touring the U.K. in February and March to promote their new album The Pride. It will be the quartet's fifth studio album, but, unlike their previous releases, will be distributed via Pledge Music - a website which allows fans to contribute monetarily and help a charity of the band's choosing. Singer Dave McPherson states that he is keen to follow up on the success of his solo album, The Hardship Diaries, also released through Pledge Music: "Pledge … [Read more...]

Blood Red Shoes Announce U.K. Tour and New Album Details


U.K. alternative duo Blood Red Shoes have announced details of third album In Time To Voices and a tour to coincide with its release. The album is due to come out on Monday 26th March and will be preceeded by lead single 'Cold' on Monday 19th March while touring will commence on April 27th at Brighton's Concorde 2. In Time To Voices tracklist: In Time To Voices Lost Kids Cold Two Dead Minutes The Silence And The Drones Night Light Je Me Perds Stop Kicking Slip Into Blue Down … [Read more...]

The Horrors Announce New UK Tour Dates

Following the release of their critically acclaimed third LP, 'Skying', the Horrors have announced a new tour of the UK and Ireland, due to be embarked upon at the start of May next year. Tickets for the shows are due to go on sale at 9am on Friday. The dates come fresh from the announcement that the London band will be acting as support for Florence + the Machine's UK tour in March next year. A combination to be both envious of and revered. The band have become one of the most talked about … [Read more...]