Bjork is set to release bastards, an album featuring remixed versions of songs from her most recent LP, Biophilia.
bastards will come out on November 19 on her label One Little Indian and includes reworkings of Biophilia tracks by Death Grips, Hudson Mohawke, These New Puritans, Omar Souleyman and more. The remixes were previously released as part of an eight-part series.
Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has dashed hopes of a band reformation by revealing that he can't see them playing together again.
The forthcoming release of the concert movie Celebration Day has sparked speculation that the legendary rock band might share a stage with each other again in the future, although the film's director Dick Carruthers seemingly ruled out the possibility of a reunion last month.
Pete Townshend has said that writing lyrics for The Who made him realise he needed to undergo therapy.
The guitarist, who publishes his long-awaited memoir Who I Am on October 11, told US TV show Today that some of the dark songs he'd written for the band had helped him come to terms with the abuse he suffered as a child.
A new track by Arcade Fire, titled "Crucified Again", has surfaced online – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.
The Montreal band first played the new song at a show in Haiti earlier this year but, after performing the track at another gig in New York earlier this week (October 4), it has now been posted by the Arcade Fire Tube account on YouTube.
US TV show Austin City Limits aired an hour-long performance by Radiohead on Saturday (October 6) – and you can watch it in full here.
The set, filmed in March on the Oxford band's US tour, sees the band playing a set heavy on tracks from 2011's The King Of Limbs. Austin City Limits is a long-running music programme on America's PBS, and Radiohead's performance marked the start of its 38th series.
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The National received hate mail for supporting US President Barack Obama's campaign for four more years in the oval office.
The band were sent "hate mail on Facebook" for playing a Democratic campaign rally for the incumbent President in Des Moines last month, according to guitarist/keyboardist Aaron Dessner.
Despite the criticism, the Brooklyn group say they stand by their decision to publically support Obama as the election is "more important than any rock band".
Neil Young has hinted that he may reunite Buffalo Springfield.
The singer believes he has unfinished business with the mid-'60s band he formed with Stephen Stills, and may reform the group for a new record. They previously reunited for a brief tour in 2011.
Speaking to The Guardian, Young said:
"Two of the guys are no longer with us, so it's difficult, but we're yet to do something that …you never know."
Blur have announced that they will be headlining Rock Werchter festival in Belgium next year.
The Britpop icons, who reformed this year for a string of intimate UK live dates culminating in a massive show in Hyde Park to celebrate the closing of the London 2012 Olympic Games, also hinted that they will play more dates in 2013.
A selection of rare Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros tracks have been released - and you can listen to them below.
Strummer started working with the backing band he called The Mescaleros in the mid-to-late 1990s. The band' first album Rock Art And The X-Ray Style was released in 1999.
Their second studio album Global a Go-Go followed in 2001. A third album was released posthumously in 2003, after Strummer's death in 2002.
Kings Of Leon were joined by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder on stage in San Francisco last night (October 3).
The singer, whose band were headlining the Oracle Appreciation Event at Treasure Island, jumped on stage to sing Kings Of Leon's 2004 hit "The Bucket" with the band - watch it above.
Shortly after the gig, bassist Jared Followill tweeted:
Great show in San Fran with Pearl Jam. Eddie came up and sang The Bucket with us. Always an honor to share the stage with them. #Heroes