Bowie isn't playing. The sooner you realize this the quicker you can meaningfully contribute to society, you dolts.
May 22 - Arctic Monkeys @ Ventura Theatre
June 9 - Devo/Gza @ LANHM
June 19 - Zavala @ Soho
July 31 - Flaming Lips @ Pacific Amp.
August 24,25 - FYF fest - State Historic Park
Sept. 22 - M83 w/ Philharmonic @ Hollywood Bowl
Sept. 12 -GY!BE @ the Fonda
Oct. 17 - Atoms for Peace @ SB Bowl
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ayyo check out some of my Coachella 2013 pics:
Foster the People will be back in 3 or 4 years when they're the headliner
Well cheers to GV dropping the line up today in order to curb the EDC ticket hype. Right?
IT'S MY NEW COACHELLA 2013 MIX! 60 of this years artists in only 45 minutes!
It was a cheers, guy....as in a toast, to good fortune.
Ah, forget it.
Maybe thats how they do it they wait till this thread reaches 500 pages to release the line up.???
They wait till they know we are loosing our fucking mind.
Yes it makes sense now
This is great to hear
http://www.nme.com/news/david-bowie/68076Tony Visconti has said that the new David Bowie album is "a rock album", saying he was surprised to hear the reflective and melancholic track 'Where Are We Now' released first.
Following the surprise return of Bowie to the music scene with a brand new album announced for March release yesterday (Jan 8), producer Visconti spoke to BBC News about the album he has worked on and revealed what fans can expect to hear from the release.
Speaking about new single 'Where Are We Now?', Visconti said: "I think it's a very reflective track for David. He certainly is looking back on his Berlin period and it evokes this feeling… it's very melancholy, I think. It's the only track on the album that goes this much inward for him. It's quite a rock album, the rest of the songs, so I thought to myself why is David coming out with this very slow, albeit beautiful, ballad why is he doing this? He should come out with a bang. But he is a master of his own life. I think this was a very smart move, linking the past with the future, and I think the next thing you hear from him is going to be quite different.
Adding: "I've been listening to this on headphones walking through the streets of New York for the past two years, and I have not tired of a single song. I think the material on this album is extremely strong and beautiful, and if people are looking for classic Bowie they'll find it on this album, if they're looking for innovative Bowie, new directions, they're going to find that on this album too."
Speaking to BBC via Skype in New York, Visconti also spoke about the rumours surrounding Bowie's health, assuring fans that he is fit and healthty. "David is extremely healthy, he's rosy-cheeked, he smiles a lot," Visconti said. "During the recording he was smiling, he was so happy to be back in the studio. From the old days I recall that he was the loudest singer I've ever worked with. When he starts singing I'd have to back off, and go into another room and just leave him in front of a microphone, he still has that power in that chest and in his voice. We all know he had a health scare in 2003, 2004, but he's a very healthy man I can assure you, I've been saying this for the past few years. I couldn't explain why I know that, but I worked with a very healthy and happy David Bowie in the studio."
5/13 Ghostface Killah @ Gramercy
5/16 Kurt Vile & the Violators @ Bowery
5/17 YYYs/the Flaming Lips @ Prospect Park
5/18 Sharon Van Etten/Father John Misty @ Prospect Park
5/18 Liars @ Metropolitan Museum of Art
5/19 Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings/De La Soul @ Prospect Park
5/19 Liars @ LPR
Seriously, that's encouraging if true.
That's good news. You never know what you're getting with a new Bowie album. The more I listen to the new track the more I like it, but it's nice to hear that the album will have a bit more energy.
Friday: crappy rapper - Deadmau5
Sunday: The Rolling Stones
Nice. Good to hear the new album's going to rock. Thanks for posting that.
Oh, and a new one to join the ridiculous flow of album-release-news:
The Men announce new album New Moon, stream first track “Electric”