Monday, April 24, 2006


Embrace have unveiled their official World Cup song. World at Your Feet, which is released on 5 June, received its first radio play on Radio 1. The song features the lyrics "there's no-one you can't beat" and "you know it's going to be our time". Even though the song does not contain the word "football" singer Danny McNamara said it does contain football references. According to BBC online he said: "There's 'You lift it up with one proud kiss', which is obviously about lifting the cup. Then there's 'You're the first in my life to think we might just go all the way'. "I wasn't born in 1966 but I think they have got every chance." McNamara said they would play it to the England players for the first time on Sunday. "They haven't heard it yet, but we are playing the PFA awards so we'll get a chance to play it to them then. We hope they like it. We did it wholeheartedly so we hope they like it." ...

Athlete have begun recording tracks for their third album. Speaking on the band's website, bass player Carey Willetts revealed things are going nicely. "It's been a good week all round," he said. "Joel, Tim and I got together to play each other our ideas and do a little recording. "We've booked into a rehearsal studio for two days next week so we can all start playing over ideas together." The as yet untitled LP will be the follow up to Athlete's No 1 album Tourist ...

The Magic Numbers are heading back to the studio to create the follow up to their Mercury-nominated debut album. The band will begin recording in May at the Allaire Studios in upstate New York, reports US music mag Billboard. The music will be produced by Richard Wilkinson who worked with the band on their self-titled debut ...

Maximo Park have been added to this year's line-up for T In The Park. The Geordie rockers will also be joined by The Cribs and Delays. T In The Park takes place in Balado, near Kinross, Scotland on July 8 and 9. This year's festival sees performances from Red Hot Chili Peppers, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs, The Who, The Strokes, Arctic Monkeys, Hard-Fi amongst others ...

The Raconteurs have been added to the bill for this year's Wireless Music Festival. They will play London Hyde Park on June 21. Other acts joining the bill that evening include Bob Mould and Guillemots. The festival takes during the last weekend in June in London and Leeds reports The London leg, at Hyde Park, will feature James Blunt, KT Tunstall, Depeche Mode and Massive Attack, who will also play in Leeds. Super Furry Animals and The Flaming Lips will appear alongside The Who on 25 June in Leeds ...

The Scissor Sisters will headline at this year's Bestival. The New Yorkers will play on September 10. The annual Isle of Wight extravaganza will also play host to some of the hottest DJs around, including Annie Mac, Erol Alkan, DJ Yoda and Sonic Boom. Other live acts include Devendra Banhart, The Fall, Nathan Fake and Tunng. Bestival takes place on September 8 - 10 at Robin Hill Country Park, Isle of Wight. Tickets are on sale now from ...

Yo La Tengo - Fakebook + Genius+Love !!!
Indie Hip-Hop Albums: Aesop Rock, MF Doom, Jaylib, Madlib, Madvillain, etc.
Institute - Distort Yourself (ex Helmet)
Albums: The Ramones, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Dani California (single)


Blogger tmtm said...

Thanks for the DOOM directory!

4:55 PM  
Anonymous ruben said...

i was just thinking "i need to hear aesop rock, im seeing him this summer at pitchfork."

thanks man.

8:43 AM  

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