MP3: FUCKED UP – ‘I HATE SUMMER’

Toronto punkers Fucked Up are currently in the country playing headline shows and supporting the Foo Fighters. They are also playing the Bruise Cruise festival over in the states in Feb next year (..yes a rock vacation aboard a cruise ship), and as the headliners/captains have released this free mp3:

DOWNLOAD
FUCKED UP – ‘I HATE SUMMER’ [mp3]


Fucked Up - David Comes To Life
is out now via Remote Control/ Matador
David Comes to Life - Fucked Up

FUTURE OF THE LEFT COMPETITION

We’re really excited about the upcoming Future Of The Left tour so we’re giving you the chance to win a bunch of rare vinyl and the new EP, Polymers Are Forever!

Visit our friends over at FasterLouder for your chance to win this prize pack!

One lucky winner will score:

  • MCLUSKY LIGHTSABRE COCKSUCKING BLUES 7″
  • A DEAD ENEMY ALWAYS SMELLS GOOD 7″
  • FINGERS BECOME THUMBS/THE LORD HATES A COWARD 7″
  • SMALL BONES SMALL BODIES 7″
  • A HOPE THAT HOUSE BUILT 7″
  • TRAVELS WITH MYSELF AND ANOTHER 12″
  • POLYMERS ARE FOREVER EP

And one runner up gets:

  • A DEAD ENEMY ALWAYS SMELLS GOOD 7″
  • FINGERS BECOME THUMBS/THE LORD HATES A COWARD 7″
  • SMALL BONES SMALL BODIES 7″
  • POLYMERS ARE FOREVER EP

Good luck!

FOTL Australian Tour

Sunday 4 December, 2011
The Rosemount, Perth
Tuesday 6 December, 2011
The Zoo, Brisbane
Thursday 8 December, 2011
Annandale Hotel, Sydney
Friday 16 December, 2011
The Corner, Melbourne
Friday 9 December – Sun 11 Dec
Meredith Music Festival 2011, Victoria


Future Of The Left – Polymers Are Forever is out now via Remote Control Records
Polymers Are Forever - EP - Futue of The Left

 

ZOMBY – ‘NOTHING’


Zomby’s new seven track record, entitled Nothing is out now on limited edition white vinyl 12″ and download. It follows the release of the producer’s 4AD debut Dedication released earlier this year.

Here are a couple of tracks from the new release:

 

Nothing - Zomby

ON MY PLAYLIST with SAND PEBBLES

Wes Holland from Sand Pebbles shares the tunes currently on his playlist.

Sand Pebbles head off on their national tour this weekend to launch new album Dark Magic.

Check out all the tour dates here.

Death In Vegas – ‘Medication’

The best song released in 2011 so far. Who knew Richard Fearless had such an amazing singing voice?

Death In Vegas – ‘Your Loft My Acid’

Another fantastic tune from the latest Death In Vegas album. 60 seconds in you think you have it pegged, and then it changes into something completely different.

Roky Erickson – ‘Unforced Peace’

This is one of Roky’s finest solo moments… the only known recording sounds like it was recorded in a shoe box, but it’s still an incredible song. We’re just about to go into the studio to record a cover of this to celebrate his first ever Australian tour next year.

Woods – ‘Out Of The Eye’

The first time I heard this was on Stephen Walker’s radio show a few months back. He opened the Skull Cave with it and I thought it was a rare Can song I’d missed along the way.  What a tune!

The Small Faces – ‘Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake’

I just listened to an old BBC Radio documentary on this album. Kenney Jones talks about playing this massive 26 inch ride cymbal… It’s the best drum sound I’ve ever heard on a song.

ADELE – ‘LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL’ OUT NOW

LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL TRAILER:

PERFORMANCES FROM LIVE AT THE ROYAL ALBERT HALL

http://youtu.be/LSmWaOK90XQ

Adele’s Live At The Royal Albert Hall concert film is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, accompanied by a CD of the entire performance, via XL Recordings and Remote Control.

Live At The Royal Albert Hall features the full 90 minute performance and behind the scenes footage. The package also contains an exclusive live CD of the entire show. This is the first time fans will be able to hear all of Adele’s hits and most loved songs on one CD, plus her stunning covers of Bonnie Raitt’s ‘If I Can’t Make You Love Me’ and The Steeldrivers ‘If It Hadn’t Been For Love’.

To celebrate the release of ADELE’s first full length concert DVD, last week Australian fans in Sydney watched the concert before anyone else. A series of cinema premières of Live At The Royal Albert Hall was held in 26 cities across the globe. Here are just a few snaps of the lucky Australian fans:

Adele – Live At The Royal Albert Hall is out now on DVD and Blu Ray through XL Recordings / Remote Control.

 

Adele –  21 is out now via XL/Remote Control
21 - Adele