A few weeks ago The Killers announced they were to release a Christmas single called "Boots" which is out today if you want to go grab it?! I don't think we will get much more new material from these guys for a little while with Brandon travelling the world touring his debut solo effort Flamingo, the dates of his tour are over here on his official site. Watch the festive video up top and get into the spirit. I know I am when I woke up to a white blanket of snow in Manchester this morning.
Nicki Minaj seems to be everywhere right now, last week she appeared on stage with Kanye West and blasted out her stella verse on his track "Monster" at the Manhattan Bowery Ballroom. She's also just launched a Lipstick venture with Mac Makeup to coincide with her album, can you guess what colour it is? Then last night Nicki performed “Right Through Me” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The track is taken from her debut Pink Friday which was released last week if you fancy giving it listen and picking it up. Thanks to The Audio Perv for the video.
Yesterday we gave you a look at the latest video creation from KiD CuDi and then he went and performed on Conan O'Brien's show and knocked out a nice performance of "Revofev". You can check out his latest video here and if you're yet to pick up his album, Man On The Moon II: The Legend Of Mr. Rager, i'll make it easier for you and point you over in this direction. It's a pretty good listen if nto a step away from his earlier work, which isn't necessarily a bad thing though. Enjoy his Conan Performance up top and thanks to The Audio Perv for the video.
Seriously? Can we just get a full album stream and get this over with? Anyways check it out above. Daft Punk's Tron Legacy Soundtrack is in stores on December 7th. Preorder here.
[Download] Help Patrick Stump Decide Which Version Of His New Song "Spotlight" Should Go On His Album
Pete Wentz has Black Cards, Joseph Trohman and Andy Hurley are part of The Damned Things and now its the former Fall Out Boy frontman's turn to go solo. Patrick Stump has been working on his yet to be titled solo album, Soul Punk (Thanks CoS! Forgot he announced that) since January of this year and has now graced us with the first song from the album titled "Spotlight". However, there is one catch, Stump has created two versions of the track and is undecided on which one should appear on the album. So he's leaving the power in the hands of the fans to decide. You can check out both version of "Spotlight" below and then when you made your decision, head over to Stump's website to vote on which one should make the album. IMO I like the (Oh Nostalgia) version more than the typical dance version which is (New Regrets).
Check out the latest track from The Kickdrums courtesy of our friends over at CoS. It's a pretty crazy track featuring a nice funky bass line along with some orchestral strings thrown into the mix for good measure. Now add in a little handy guitar work paired with a nice drum beat and you've got this highly replay worthy, "Animal". Download it below in all of it's glory and let it soundtrack your Monday blues. We're still waiting for a release date on their new album, Meet Your Ghost, but will be sure to let you know as soon as we have date to mark in the diary! If this tracks anything to go by it'll be a good listen.
Robyn's “Dancehall Queen” appears for a second time on her just-released Body Talk 3 as it has previously featured on Pt 1, that appeared earlier this year. Today it gets the video treatment and you can check it out up top. It's a retro feeling video, or as Co-director Ryan Staake (Pomp&Clout) accurately describes it, “really weird VHS/karaoke video,” that features the lyrics at the bottom to help you have a good ol' sing along with your favourite Swedish songstress. It’s co-directed by Diplo, Red Foxx and Pomp&Clout in case you were wondering. Body Talk Pt. 3 is out now if you want to grab it.
In the last few months we've had quite a lot of Glassjaw news. Multiple vinyl releases and even a surprise gig last month to a few lucky pizza buyers in New York. And now they've posted up another video of them jamming out a one of those releases, "All Good Junkies Go To Heaven". Previously in a similar set up we've had a chance to see them perform "Stars", "Jesus Glue" and "You Think You're (John Fucking Lennon)". As 12/12/10 draws ever closer what else can we expect to see from these guys within the next few weeks. Keep checking back and we will let you know as soon as something comes up!