Brett Anderson has revealed that Suede are working on a new album.
Speaking to NME at the launch of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual series of gigs, he said that they are currently working on a follow-up to 2013's Bloodsports.
"We're busy writing at the moment," he said. "I'm very proud of Bloodsports, and the best thing about it is that it showed us that we can write new music, and relevant new music."
Roger Daltrey says he will reunite with Pete Townshend this year to make a new Who album.
Speaking to NME as he announced the line-up for this March's annual series of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, curated by Daltrey, he revealed that Townshend has been working on new material.
Syd Barrett's back catalogue has been made available on Spotify.
The music streaming service is now hosting the two studio albums The Madcap Laughs (1970) and Barrett (1970), the rarities album Opel (1988), a 1970 John Peel Session and the 2010 An Introduction To Syd Barrett, which compiles Barrett material, solo and with Pink Floyd.
The release follows the launch of Pink Floyd’s entire catalogue on Spotify in June 2013.
Bruce Springsteen paid tribute to Pete Seeger last night [January 28] at his show with the E Street Band at the Bellville Velodrome in Cape Town, South Africa.
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Springsteen said, "I lost a great friend and a great hero last night, Pete Seeger," before covering "We Shall Overcome".
"He was a courageous freedom fighter. I took this song to heart and once you heard this song you were prepared to march into hell's fire," Springsteen said.
Slowdive has confirmed they are to reunite.
The band's original line-up - Neil Halstead, Rachel Goswell, Christian Savill, Simon Scott and Nick Chaplin - will perform at London'sVillage Underground on May 19. Tickets will be available here from Friday, January 31 at 9am.
They will also play the Primavera Festival in Barcelona on May 30 on a bill that includes Pixies, The National and Slint.
Strong haul of rad gumbo here, as we’ve taken to saying. Never thought I’d want to hear another Hold Steady album after the last one, but “Teeth Dreams” pretty much reaffirmed the faith. And if you’re that way inclined, I can recommend the new Men album, too; their best, I think.