Barenaked Ladies have released their fifteenth studio album, Fake Nudes. As Ed Robertson explains, the close collaboration that fueled the making of the album has everything to do with the band’s deep connection on an artistic and individual level. “It’s all about trust, and knowing that you can rely on the strengths of your bandmates,”…

Green Day have released Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band. The album includes 20 hits spanning the band’s prolific 31 years as a band, plus a new song called Back In The USA and a new duet with Miranda Lambert on Ordinary World. The rock-punk icons previously released a greatest hits album, International Superhits!, in 2001.…

Morrissey‘s new studio album Low in High-School, his first since 2014 and his first album out via BMG, is ready for your ears. Morrissey’s talent for combining political statements and melodies is more prevalent than ever on Low in High-School, capturing the zeitgeist of an ever-changing world. Coming to fame as frontman to The Smiths,…

  Since November 3 you can order The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Box Set JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE It will have a price of €172.99  at The Sound of Vinyl The first ever vinyl release of The Jimi Hendrix Experience box set (aka ‘the purple box’). This 8-LP set was originally released on CD in 2000 and is sequenced in…

The debut album from Liam Gallagher does not disappoint. He re-emerges and comes out, for a while, of his brother’s shadow with As You Were. How? Calling for help to the best. Eight of the album’s 12 songs were co-written with influential producers such as Andrew Wyatt (Miike Snow, Lord, Charli XCX) and Greg Kurstin…

You know that 2017 is the 50th anniversary of the release of the self-titled debut album by The Doors. Rhino has been celebrating this occasion with several new releases and reissues, the last one is The Doors’ THE SINGLES, a collection which is being released in four – count ‘em – four different formats: 7-Inch Vinyl…

Foo Fighters have released their new album Concrete and Gold (Roswell Records / RCA Records). “I wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters record ever. To make a gigantic rock record but with Greg Kurstin’s sense of melody and arrangement… Motorhead’s version of Sgt. Pepper… or something like that.” So speaks Dave Grohl…