September 5, 2013
Daily Round-Up For September 5, 2013
Hey music fans! Welcome to the Daily Round-Up, redOrbit’s one stop shop for all the latest music news of the day. Let’s get right to business.
The band Blouse has put their new record Imperium up for streaming over the internet. If you’re at all interested, you should definitely check them out. The link is back at Stereogum.
The Arctic Monkeys have finally made their new album AM available to stream! This record has been hotly anticipated, but hopefully actually hearing the thing might fulfill all the Arctic Monkeys desire one might have. Listen while you can! The link is back at The Line of Best Fit.
The xx announced this week that, after tying up some a tour and some loose ends this year, the band would begin recording their new third record early next year. You can read the whole story back at The Line of Best Fit.
The rock band Titus Andronicus have announced that they are working on a “30-song rock opera” with themes of depressive mental disorders. You can’t tell me that doesn’t sound unbelievably interesting. The full story and a lot more explanation can be found back at The Line of Best Fit
Electronic musician Baths played a Tiny Desk Concert for NPR Music this week. I always love to see how musicians adapt to the different setting that the Tiny Desk series offers. You can always bet on hearing some great music! Check out the set at NPR Music.
In case you didn’t have enough music to listen to, you can also stream the new album from Delorean, Apar, for a limited time. The link can be found at The Line of Best Fit
Neko Case performed two songs on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon the other night. In addition to the great performances, it was just a little bit fun to listen to Jimmy Fallon saying that extra long album title. Be sure to check out the performances at The Line of Best Fit.
MGMT put out a crazy but awesome album trailer for their upcoming self-titled record. This might be one of those situations where you just have to watch the video to understand. Check it out back at Consequence of Sound.
Fiona Apple has responded to the fiasco that she started back at a concert in Japan. You might want to hear her side of the story – she’s not too happy about the media covering the situation. Full story is back at Consequence of Sound.
And that is all the news we have for today folks! Hope you have a great day! You can check out my other articles here. Have questions, comments, suggestions, or love? Or do you have an opinion on any of the music featured in today’s Round-Up? I’m dying to hear from you! As always, you can contact me through my email, or through Twitter @RobinCopple1. If you would like, I can include your message in a future edition of the Round-Up!
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