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The Voidz Announce Forthcoming Album, ‘Like All Before You’


Fronted by The Strokes‘ Julian Casablancas, indie-electronic outfit The Voidz just announced their upcoming compilation album Like All Before You. The record is set for release on September 20 and can be pre-saved and pre-ordered. Read more: idobi Radio Summer School Tour Announces Debut Lineup With Stand Atlantic, Magnolia Park, More On July 4, the band released the LP’s opening instrumental track, “Overture.” Previously released singles such as “Prophecy Of The Dragon,” “All The Same,” and more will also appear on the tracklist. Like All Before You Tracklist: On top of announcing their new album, The Voidz also shared details… Read more »

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News Flashes 06.21.21: Teaser for The Mysterious Benedict Society, Pure Noise Records Tour, The Strokes Debut New Song, Dave Chappelle Joins Foo Fighters On Stage


[Left Clockwise: Photo via State Champs, Photo via Maya Wiley, Photo via Disney, Photo via Jim Powers] Today we have a new teaser for Disney’s The Mysterious Benedict Society, the Pure Noise Records tour returning this fall, The Strokes debut a new song, and Dave Chappelle joins Foo Fighters on stage to cover Radiohead’s “Creep”. Disney+ Reveals Teaser for The Mysterious Benedict Society  Ahead of it’s two episode premiere next week, Disney+ has dropped a teaser for it’s upcoming series The Mysterious Benedict Society. Based on the YA books by Trenton Lee Stewart, the series follows four gifted orphans who… Read more »

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News Flashes 05.13.21: Bong Joon Ho Animated Film, Masters Of The Universe: Revelation, Regina King Set To Direct Bitter Root, The Strokes Team Up With Maya Wiley, Army of The Dead, Ashnikko New Music Video, VÉRITÉ Stripped Down Release, DE’WAYNE Reveals New Album


Today we have Bong Joon Ho’s upcoming animated film, a look at the reboot of Masters of the Universe: Revelation, Regina King set to direct and produce Bitter Root, The Strokes teaming up with Maya Wiley, Army of The Dead’s interactive livestream event, Ashnikko’s new music video, VÉRITÉ’s stripped down release of “by now”, and DE’WAYNE’s reveal of his new album.

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Danger Mouse/Sparklehorse album release scrapped


It’s been one of the most hotly anticipated albums of 2009 since it was first announced: ” Dark Night of the Soul.” A collaboration between the producer Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, Gorillaz, The Black Keys) and critically acclaimed psych-rock act Sparklehorse (a.k.a. Mark Linkous). But due to unspecified legal issues with EMI Music, though, the project’s official release has been either scrapped altogether or put on indefinite hiatus. A statement from Danger Mouse suggests that the former is the case. According to his representative, “Danger Mouse remains hugely proud of ‘Dark Night of the Soul’ and hopes that people lucky… Read more »

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The Strokes Feel Pressure As New Album Unfolds


Recording an album can put a lot of pressure on a band. Just ask the Strokes, who are getting ready to release their second album Room On Fire on October 20. Vocalist Julian Casablancas admits that he felt a lot of stress when working on the upcoming album, the follow-up 2001’s Is This It. Casablancas told MTV, “If you’re in a bar and a certain song comes on and the vibe is just different, it evokes the kinds of things that you want to feel, and if music can do that it’s a very special thing. It’s those sorts of… Read more »

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The Strokes Line Up Fall Headlining Tour


Even though a bum knee kept singer Julian Casablancas from performing with his band on select dates of Weezer’s Enlightenment Tour, the Strokes will be back on their collective feet October 1 when they kick off a two-month victory lap around North America. The tour marks the one-year anniversary of the release of the Strokes’ debut, Is This It?, which has sold over 640,000 copies to date. The NYC garage poster boys are simply happy to be on the road again. “The album is being received a lot better then I dreamed of two years ago,” Casablancas said. “I really… Read more »

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Strokes Say No Thanks To Big-Name Producers, Directors


The Strokes may be the “it” band of the moment, but don’t expect them to be lining up studio sessions with “it” producers like Glen Ballard or the Neptunes. When the New York garage-rockers begin recording their second album later this summer, Is This It producer Gordon Raphael will again be behind the boards. “It’s not gonna be like, ‘Oh, now that we’re successful, we’re gonna work with all these super-producer guys that are going to make us a top-selling hit,’ ” singer Julian Casablancas said backstage at Saturday’s KROQ Weenie Roast. “That’s never been the goal for us. We… Read more »

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