Bob Dylan has confirmed the full tracklisting for The Bootleg Series, Vol. 10 - Another Self Portrait (1969-1971).
The album will be released on multiple formats on August 26 in the UK via Columbia Records.
It includes 35 rarities alongside unreleased recordings and will be available in two disc standard and four disc deluxe editions and a vinyl edition.
The Columbia Albums Collection, the new 17-album boxset from Blue Öyster Cult, is reviewed in the new issue of Uncut, dated April 2013, and out now. The collection unsurprisingly includes the band’s signature hit, ‘(Don’t Fear) The Reaper’, and in this piece, originally published in Uncut’s November 2010 issue, the band discuss the writing and recording of their “trans-awesome” tune, perhaps the spookiest FM staple ever. “Nothing like The Byrds”, apparently… Words: Jaan Uhelszki
David Bowie has unveiled a brand new track titled 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)'. Click below to listen to the song and watch the video, which stars Tilda Swinton as Bowie's wife.
The arrival of the new single and video was announced via Facebook. The video was directed by Floria Sigismondi, who was also behind the videos for Bowie's 'Little Wonder' in 1996 and 'Dead Man Walking' in 1997.
'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' is now available to purchase digitally.
David Bowie is set to release a brand new track titled 'The Stars (Are Out Tonight)' on February 26.
The singer, who will release his first new album in 10 years in March, posted a message on his official Facebook page at midnight February 17. The post did not include any concrete release details, but instead simply listed the date '02.26.13' and the title of the song along with a new picture, which you can see at the top of the page.
Soulwax have remixed Arcade Fire's 'Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)'.
The Belgian dance-rock pioneers have reworked the track, taken from Arcade Fire's third album, 'The Suburbs'. You can listen to the track, which premiered on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show last night (March 19), by scrolling down the page and clicking on the video.
It is about five minutes into “The Frame” before Terry Reid arrives onstage at the Jazz Café. As his scratch band lock into limpid funk that sounds like it could go on forever (and very nearly does), Reid comes grooving down the staircase, an odd but endearing mix of West Coast rock gentry and bumbling shires uncle.