Superorganism have dropped a new track called ‘It’s Raining’, featuring Stephen Malkmus – you can listen to it below. READ MORE: Superorganism – ‘Superorganism’ review The track – which also features UK rapper Dylan Cartlidge – is the latest preview of the London-based pop collective’s forthcoming second album ‘World Wide Pop’, following the Stuart Price-produced…

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Glass Animals have shared their cover of Lorde‘s single ‘Solar Power’ – you can listen to the band’s rendition of the 2021 track below. The cover is the latest to be recorded for an ongoing special edition of the Spotify Singles series, which is celebrating the Best New Artist category at this Sunday’s Grammys (April 3).…

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Kendal Calling has announced an additional wave of acts for its 2022 festival – check out the updated line-up below. The event will take place at Lowther Deer Park in the Lake District between July 28-31, welcoming headline sets from Bastille, Supergrass and Stereophonics. Any remaining tickets can be found here. READ MORE: 20 festivals…

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Streamer Dr Disrespect, real name Herschel “Guy” Beahm IV, has confirmed that he’s currently working on an album, and he has shared an in-progress track with fans. READ MORE: Three years on from its Early Access debut, ‘Wrath: Aeon of Ruin’ may be in trouble During a broadcast yesterday (March 30), Dr Disrespect teased that…

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Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs has announced his first album in a decade – listen to new track ‘Blood In The Snow’ below. The London electronic producer, DJ and singer-songwriter – real name Orlando Higginbottom – will release his long-awaited second record ‘When The Lights Go’ on July 22 via his own Nice Age label. You…

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Architects have voiced their support for the Music Venue Trust and Music Declares Emergency’s campaign for music fans to #GoLocal during next month’s Earth Day. The two organisations are asking people to #GoLocal on April 22 by attending a gig in their hometown, and to either walk, cycle or use public transport to go to…

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Marilyn Wilson-Rutherford, the first wife of Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson, has sued the musician over a deal he recently struck for the royalties of a number of Beach Boys songs. Wilson agreed a reported $50million (£38.1million) deal with Universal Music Publishing Group in relation to his songs catalogue back in December, though the deal…

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Unboxed – formerly known as the Festival Of Brexit – began in Wales next week despite numerous objections. Commissioned in 2018 by then-UK Prime Minister Theresa May, the event was described as a showcase for the nation’s “unique strengths in creativity and innovation” after leaving the EU – with comparisons being made to the 1951…

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The 60th anniversary of The Rolling Stones is to be celebrated with a special BBC docuseries and a radio programme featuring exclusive interviews with the bandmembers. READ MORE: The Rolling Stones – their 10 best songs The four-part series My Life As A Rolling Stone will air on on BBC Two and iPlayer this summer,…

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