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10 Albums to Look Forward to in 2018 It’s been a great year for album releases. From Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN., to Jay-Z’s 4:44, to LCD Soundsystem’s American Dream. Now that 2017 is coming to a close, we thought we’d start looking forward to all of the incredible album releases next year has in store. Here are 10 Albums to Look Forward to in 2018. Jack White: Boarding House Reach Album Release Date: Early 2018 It’s been nearly four years since Jack White released his critically acclaimed experimental rock album Lazaretto. According to White, his upcoming project is Read More →
Will Vampire Weekend Release a New Album in 2018? It’s been over four years since New York City-based rock band Vampire Weekend released their incredible, third LP Modern Vampires in the City. Since, there has been little word surrounding the band or the recording of a new album, and plenty of news to support the contrary, that there will not be an album forthcoming, or even a band to continue. Last year, Vampire Weekend co-founder Rostam Batmanglij announced that he would be leaving the band to pursue his solo material. This was Read More →
Rostam Covers Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone” Last year, artist/producer Rostam Batmanglij announced his amicable departure from Vampire Weekend. That same year, he released a collaborative album with Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, titled I Had a Dream That You Were Mine. Since announcing that he would no longer be a part of the once famous, Ezra Koenig led indie rock outfit, Rostam has been busy building up his production discography. From Solange’s A Seat at the Table, to Frank Ocean’s Blonde, to HAIM’s Something to Tell You, Rostam has become the company of many talented individuals. Now, just Read More →
Haim Teases New Album With Billboards Around the World There’s been little to no news of Haim’s follow-up to 2013’s Days are Gone since early last year, when they revealed they were ready to share new music. The band of sisters dropped two new singles ahead of their 2016 European Tour, “Nothing’s Wrong” and “Give Me Just A Little of Your Love“. But soon after, they cancelled their remaining European tour dates in order to focus on recording the new album. Now, the official return of Haim appears imminent, as a series Read More →
Frank Ocean, Diplo, The Clash Team Up For New Song: Listen Here Converse’s Three Artists, One Song series has brought many artists together for collaborations in the past, and today they’ve announced that Frank Ocean, Diplo, and The Clash’s Mick Jones and Paul Simonon have teamed up for the next installment: a song called “Hero.” In a statement, Diplo said: The Clash were always teachers to me, even before I shared a studio with Paul and Mick. Their musical anarchy and constant attitude to disregard rules and forge their own path was inspirational to me. They Read More →
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