Watch Atoms For Peace video for “Ingenue”

Thom Yorke's side-project Atoms For Peace have released a new music video for their song, ‘Ingenue.’ The video was directed by film maker Garth Jennings and choreographed by Wayne McGregor – both of whom worked with Yorke previously. In it, Yorke dances onstage with contemporary dancer Fukiko Takase. Atoms for Peace released their debut album, Amok, on Monday. You can read the Uncut review here.

Bob Dylan confirms Record Store Day release

Bob Dylan has confirmed he will release a 7" single for Record Store Day 2013. Last week, we reported rumours that Dylan was planning to release two tracks - "Wigwam" and "Thirsty Boots" - from the spring 1970 sessions for the Self Portrait album. Dylan's record label, Columbia Records, have now confirmed the rumours are true, and the 7" single will be on sale in selected independent record shops for Record Store Day on April 20.

Bob Dylan announces spring American tour dates

Bob Dylan has confirmed American tour dates for April. This latest batch of dates will begin on Friday, April 5 at Alumni Arena in Buffalo, NY. Support will come from Dawes, whose new album, Stories Don't End, is released on April 9. Dylan's record label, Columbia, has also confirmed that they will release a 7" single on April 20 for Record Store Day: "Wigwam", backed with "Thirsty Boots". Bob Dylan Spring 2013 Tour Dates

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers announce American tour dates

Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers have announced American tour dates for the summer. The band will play the full spectrum of venues, from festivals as large as Bonaroo to intimate theaters in New York and Los Angeles. More than half of the tour will be split between those two cities, with five nights at New York’s Beacon Theatre and six in LA’s Fonda Theater. Besides Bonaroo, Petty will play three other festivals: The Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Alabama, Firefly in Dover, Delaware, and Summerfest in Milwaukee.

Jonathan Richman and Aerosmith in battle over state song

A campaign to make the Jonathan Richman and The Modern Lovers classic “Roadrunner” the official state rock song of Massachusetts has hit a snag: Aerosmith. The bill to recognize “Roadrunner”, introduced to the state legislature by Dorchester Representative Marty Walsh earlier this month, now faces competition from a competing bill to give the state rock song honors to Aerosmith’s “Dream On”. Duxbury Democrat Representative Josh Cutler and Marshfield Democrat Rep. James Cantwell introduced the “Dream On” legislation on Monday.

Brian Wilson, Jeff Beck to host Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp

The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson and Jeff Beck are to host a Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas. The 'camp' takes place from April 18-21 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, where attendees will learn songwriting tips from the legendary Beach Boys singer and guitar lessons from Jeff Beck. In addition to practicing and recording music with the two legends, the 'campers' will also get the chance to perform at MGM Grand's Rouge Lounge at the end of the four-day session. There will also be an attendees-only gig by Brian Wilson.

The Temptations Richard Street dies aged 70

The Temptations Richard Street has died aged 70. Street, who was a member of the Motown group for 25 years after joining the band in the early 1970's as Paul Williams' replacement, passed away early yesterday morning (February 27) in Las Vegas of a pulmonary embolism.

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