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  • A Rose For Emily - Zombies
    Their single “A Rose For Emily”, a small exclusive vinyl release for last month’s Record Store Day, has now reached millions around the world thanks to the podcast sensation “S-Town”. The media frenzy over the haunting ballad that ends each episode continues to grow after band’s web-exclusive performance for CONAN, and animated lyric video premiere by PEOPLE. Band pla...
  • Bennie And The Jets 2k17 - Elton John
    The Bennie and the Jets video (above) has been interpreted by directors Jack Whiteley and Laura Brownhill as a futuristic talent show. The set and central structure takes its inspiration from Fritz Lang’s 1927 science-fiction film, Metropolis, while the synchronised choreography is inspired by Busby Berkeley films, and the black and white aesthetic is a nod to the cla...
  • Rocket Man 2k17 - Elton John
    New videos for Tiny Dancer, directed by Max Weiland, Rocket Man, directed by Majid Adin, and Bennie and the Jets, directed by Jack Whiteley and Laura Brownhill, were revealed at a star-studded screening in Cannes which followed global competition The Cut - supported by Sir Elton John, YouTube, AKQA, and Pulse Films – to create official videos for the tracks by the bes...
  • Tiny Dancer 2k17 - Elton John
    Building on Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s Californian inspiration, Max Weiland filmed a video for “Tiny Dancer” that reflects on life in Los Angeles from a dozen different people, all unfolding behind the wheel of their cars. The Cut, proudly supported by YouTube, invited filmmakers to create the first official music videos for three of Elton John’s most famous songs...
  • Rockin’ The Res - John Trudell
    Inside Recordings in partnership with John Trudell Archives re-releases "Rockin’ The Res" from the critically acclaimed album AKA GRAFITTI MAN. AKA GRAFITTI MAN was originally released in 1986 on Trudell’s own Peace Company label, and then again in 1992 by Rykodisc, with executive producer Jackson Browne, as a compilation of the earlier collection of recordings. Upon ...
  • The Last Refugee - Roger Waters
    In a couple of weeks, Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters will release Is This The Life We Really Want?, his first solo album in almost 25 years. We’ve already heard “Smell The Roses” and “Déjà Vu” from it, and today he’s shared a third, a maudlin ballad called “The Last Refugee.” This one comes attached to a video that features two women dancing in empty rooms, one that...
  • It Don't Suit Me (Like Before) - John Moreland
    Following up to his recent radio single release "It Don’t Suit Me (Like Before) , comes another side of John Moreland that fans are familiar with sonically. Just released from the forth coming album BIG BAD LUV,(in stores 5/5) "Sallisaw Blue" is "a work of rollicking country-blues that conjures up the fire of Steve Earle, it takes stock of how life can be both pure an...
  • Sallisaw Blue - John Moreland
    Oklahoma singer John Moreland truly arrived in 2015 with his genre-pushing third album High on Tulsa Heat — check out that album's standout, "American Flags in Black & White" for a sampling of his depth. Now, Moreland is set to return with Big Bad Luv on May 5. "Sallisaw Blue," a foot-stomping track where the new album gets its title from is premiering on The FADER to...
  • All About Love - Ronny Morris
    We are now ready with the NEW! single from the native Danish artist RONNY MORRIS which will be released Friday, April 21st. The new single is entitled "All About Love" and was recorded and produced in Stockholm in collaboration with the Swedish producer Adam Kviman and is featuring the Czech National String Harmonic. Ronny Morris’s music, has been aired on major TV sh...
  • In My World - Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie
    Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham and Christine McVie are releasing a collaborative full-length together. Recorded at LA’s Village Studios with fellow Fleetwood Mac members Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, the 10-track duets album Lindsey Buckingham/Christine McVie will be out in June, and the duo will head out on a brief tour of the US shortly thereafter. First single...
  • Let Me Fly - Mike and the Mechanics
    A hobby band? A side project? Hardly. In fact, it’s been 32 years and, with the release of Let Me Fly on April 7, eight albums since Mike Rutherford formed Mike + The Mechanics, to complement, rather than replace, Genesis. Mike Rutherford has much to smile about right now, and Let Me Fly distils everything that’s right about Mike + The Mechanics: the songwriting, the ...
  • How The West Was Won - Peter Perrett
    Peter Perrett - former frontman of The Only Ones - releases his debut solo album How The West Was Won on June 30th through Domino. Perrett, whose incisive songcraft and sardonic drawl made him one of the most distinctive voices of the Seventies hasn’t released any music for 20 years. Bearing in mind his most famous song began “I always flirt with death” (‘Another Girl...
  • Another Mile, Another Minute - Geoff Achison
    Geoff Achison’s latest release Another Mile, Another Minute begins with “High Wire,” a track with a mellow groove and the bright sparkle of acoustic strings underneath prompt percussion; Achison’s voice is raspy-smooth like a honeyed Tom Waits. The backing vocals ring like angelic motets and take the listener into “Delta Dave.” With its complicated string melody, “Del...