Timbaland is putting his own personal touch on MJ’s previously unreleased track “Slave to the Rhythm,” with dance-heavy beats that wouldn’t sound out of a place on a Justin Timberlake track.
‘A Letter Home’ is “an unheard collection of rediscovered songs from the past recorded on ancient electro mechanical technology captures and unleashes the essence of something that could have been gone forever,” Young’s website states.
“Breakfast Can Wait,” the newest single from the R&B legend’s extensive catalog, is out today (Sept. 3) at digital retailers following months of teasers and Twitter chatter.
Pearl Jam has been in the studio recording its first album of new material since 2009, and the band may have an intriguing collaboration stemming from the sessions to show for it.
David Bowie’s new video for “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” is a gender-bending fever dream, i.e. he’s up to his old hi-jinks. So it makes sense that his co-star in the clip is androgynous actress Tilda Swinton, Bowie’s female counterpart it there ever was one.
When John Fogerty delayed his new duets album back in August, it was supposedly to add “new original songs and notable surprises.” Now the former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman has made good on his word, releasing the album’s new (star-studded) tracklist. Titled Wrote A Song For Everyone, the album will be released May 28 on Vanguard Records.
According to a post on Surfdog Dog Records’ official website, Eric Clapton will release a new album on the indie label this spring. The album, title not yet announced, is tentatively scheduled for a March 12th release date.
Last week’s big Bowie news of a new album continues to unfold, as his producer Tony Visconti steps in and does a few interviews in David Bowie’s place. We learn, among other things, that Bowie’s The Next Day is full of “uptempo rock songs” and was made over the course of two years at NYC’s Magic Shop Studios…
Elton John’s upcoming album, which makes our list of 2013′s most-anticipated music, is still expected out in late May, but under a new name and with revised material.
After nearly a decade out of the spotlight, David Bowie emerged early Tuesday morning (January 8) – his 66th birthday – to announce a new album, The Next Day, and release its first single, “Where Are We Now?” Now Bowie’s longtime producer, Tony Visconti, has revealed more details about the album, to be released March 12, as well as Bowie’s health.