A couple of weeks after Noel Gallagher dropped the first song from his next album, another one has arrived. This track is called Fort Knox and opens the album in spectacular fashion. The song pushes his new sound and the song itself could be from a film soundtrack. It’s mostly instrumental apart from the odd vocal line, but as an extended intro to the new album I think it’d be a great opener. Take a listen: Continue reading
I’m not the biggest fan of the Gallagher brothers, in fact I’d go as far as saying that I detest Oasis. What can I say? It was either Blur or Oasis and I was and will always be 100% Blur. But after hearing Noel Gallagher’s latest single from his upcoming album Who Built The Moon? I may be finally ready to listen to their music. Well, Noel’s solo music anyway. The first single is called Holy Mountain and it is superb. Take a listen:
It’s been three years since Beck’s previous album Morning Phase was released and in many ways it was a perfect sequel to his 2002 album Sea Change. While his new album Colors still features the exceptional songwriting we all know him for, the album couldn’t sounds more different from anything he has ever done. He has injected his music with a huge dose of pop and the result, is brilliant.
The Rentals have long been one of my all time favourite bands and up until 2014 I didn’t think we’d hear from them again. Then, their third album Lost In Alphaville dropped which saw them return to their incredible form of the mid-90’s. Three years later a new song Elon Musk Is Making Me Sad has been released with plans for a fourth album in 2018. Take a listen:
The first song from Beck’s new album Colors has been released, and it’s incredible. After his two last songs Wow and Dreams I was worried that he would continue that kind of style, but he hasn’t. There is a lot of pop but not as much as those two songs. Take a listen:
Well, here we go, the second song from the next Foo Fighters album has been released and it’s…lacking. They’ve long been one of my favourite bands but this song just doesn’t do it for me. Take a listen for yourself: