Villain releases the visuals to his single ‘WIA 2’, an honest and open dissection of the self, a self-reflective rapid fire release of rhymes doubled as therapy. Assisted by Artuco for the visuals and a stuttering chopped instrumental of a DJ Khaled and Nas soundscape as a audio backdrop. Watch below:
Alcatrazz guitarist, Howie Simon, shared a photo of an all-star jam session on Instagram. The image shows him jamming with members of Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters and Metallica. The supergroup who was captured playing together at a party included Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Robert Trujillo (Metallica) and Richie Kotzen (The Winery Dogs, Poison, Mr. Big). Simon wrote in the caption: “Sometimes at parties I jam with the bass player from Metallica, the drummer from the Foo Fighters, the guitarist from Iron Maiden, and my friend Richie. I hope I’m not name dropping! Such a fun time – they always throw the best parties!”
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Pink Floyd started their sessions for their next album ‘Wish You Were Here’ today at Abbey Road Studios, London, 1975. This was their ninth album and was released on September 12th 1975. ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’, features on this album. The song served as a tribute to Syd Barret who left the band seven years earlier due to a mental breakdown. The album topped record charts in both the US and UK and EMI was unable to meet demand and print enough copies. It appeared on Rolling Stone’s list of ‘The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time’ even after initially receiving mixed reviews. Both David Gilmour and Richard Wright cited the album as their favourite Pink Floyd album.
After an 8 year break from the stage, Brendan Benson recently confirmed that The Raconteurs will be taking their new material on the road this year. Jack White and his team recently released, ‘Sunday Driver’ and ‘Now That You’re Gone’ – their first tracks in over a decade. The band is set to appear in April at Australia’s Byron Bay Bluesfest. White released his solo album, ‘Boarding House Reach’ last year and continues to work with The Dead Weather. Meanwhile, there are no further updates or details on The Raconteurs new record, trackless or firm release date.
Dex Amora releases the visuals for his single ‘Praline Dreams’ off his upcoming album ‘Penseive’ coming in late spring 2019. ‘Praline Dreams’ offers subtle metaphysical lyrics over a melancholy mood that manages to maintain an optimistic spirit. A down tempo lush beat and catchy hook and delivery make this single an amazing combination of various emotions.
Produced by Shatterall. Shot by @Naz_Digital_Photography Edited by @DexAmora. Shot & edited on Galaxy S9+ “Penseive” album dropping late spring. Filmic Pro & Kinemaster.