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Daily Archives: 10 April 2011

PENDULUM release ‘Ransom’ to raise money for Japan relief effort

10 April 2011 |

Pendulum are contributing to the ongoing relief work in Japan by selling the previously unreleased track Ransom’ with all proceeds going to benefit the Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders (MSF).

Originally recorded during sessions for Pendulum’s #1 album Immersion’, … Read More

Munk gives away the new single “Rue de Rome”

10 April 2011 |

Munk is giving away the original edit of his new single, Rue De Rome, out this spring on Gomma.

You can download it here for free:

Munk- Rue De Rome

Rue De Rome’ is the second single taken off Munk’s … Read More

Brainlove Festival 2011: First Lineup Announced

10 April 2011 |

Brainlove Festival is an annual celebration of exciting new underground & leftfield music, organised by London-based indie label Brainlove Records. 20+ bands and DJs play on indoor and outdoor stages awash with bubbles, fairylights and bunting, making Brainlove Festival a … Read More

Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx book and album imminent

10 April 2011 |

Rock Icon and Syndicated Radio Show Host Nikki Sixx will release “This is Gonna Hurt: Music, Photography And Life Through The Distorted Lens Of Nikki Sixx”, a follow up to his New York Times bestseller, “The Heroin Diaries” on April … Read More

Miles Kane New Video for “Rearrange”

10 April 2011 |

Miles Kane releases ‘Rearrange’, from his debut solo album, ‘Colour of the Trap’, on May 2nd on Columbia Records. Boasting a chorus as catchy as they come, ‘Rearrange’ was produced by both Dan Carey in South London and Dan the … Read More

SLAM DUNK FESTIVAL 2011: Hellogoodbye and more added to the lineup

10 April 2011 |

The latest additions to the Slam Dunk Festivals 2011 lineup are Hellogoodbye who followed up their hit album ‘Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs!’ with the release of ‘Would It Kill You?’ last month, The Dangerous Summer who were last seen on these … Read More