Chrissie Hynde has announced details of her first solo album, Stockholm.
The album will be released on June 9. It was recorded at Ingrid Studios in Stockholm with co-writer, guitarist and producer Bjorn Yttling (Peter, Bjorn and John) and features cameos from Neil Young and John McEnroe.
A single, "Dark Sunglasses", will be released on April 21; a limited edition 7" will also be available two days previously as part of Record Store Day.
Little Feat have announced details of a 13 disc box set.
Titled Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971-1990, the set is presented in a clamshell box and includes the band's studio albums and live recordings as well as outtakes.
A final disc of this collection highlights outtakes from Hotcakes & Outtakes: 30 Years Of Little Feat, a four-disc retrospective collection released in 2000.
Rad Gumbo: The Complete Warner Bros. Years 1971-1990 is released by Rhino in the US on February 25.
The box set contains:
Little Feat (1971)
David Bowie has announced details of a three-disc reissue of his album The Next Day.
Titled The Next Day Extra, the box-set includes the original 14-track album, a 10-track CD of bonus songs and a DVD featuring the four videos made for the album for "Where Are We Now?", "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)", "The Next Day" and "Valentine's Day". It will be released on November 4, according to his website.
Beck has unveiled a new version of his recent stand-alone single "I Won't Be Long", this time featuring Kim Gordon.
The track follows another new song, "Defriended", which Beck unveiled last month. The new, 15 minute long version of "I Won't Be Long" features a spoken word segment by the former Sonic Youth member. Listen to the track here.
Nine Inch Nails have posted a full-length version of a documentary about their 'Self Destruct' tour online – scroll down to watch it.
As Spin reports, the 75-minute film chronicles the band's tour from 1994 to 1996 and features appearances from David Bowie and Marilyn Manson. The footage was originally only available on 1997's Closure video.
The BBC has announced details of a feature length documentary about David Bowie, due to air on BBC Two this May.
The documentary - provisionally titled “Five Years” - will focus on five critical years in Bowie's career: 1971, 1975, 1977, 1980 and 1983. The programme also promises to bring the story up to date with his forthcoming album, The Next Day.
The Black Keys' drummer Patrick Carney, The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and Iggy Pop will all feature on Ke$ha's new album, Warrior.
The album, which is the follow-up to the eccentric pop singer's 2010 debut LP Animal, will be released on December 3 in the UK and December 4 in the US.
'Warrior' contains a star-studded list of guest writers, producers and collaborators, with the likes of Bonnie McKee, Fun's Nate Ruess, Ben Folds, Greg Kurstin, Ammo, Kojak, Max Martin, Billboard and Will.i.am all set to feature. The album has been overseen by songwriting supreme Dr Luke.
A new exhibition featuring photos of The Beatles' first tour of America has opened in New York.
The Liverpool legends' first journey to the US and the height of the Beatlemania craze in the early 1960s was photographed by Curt Gunther, and a retrospective of his work, Unseen Beatles, is currently taking place at the Morrison Hotel Gallery in Soho, New York.
Swans are set to release a new album, featuring Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O and Alan Sparhawk and Mimi Parker of Low, on August 27.
The Seer, the new album from Michael Gira's reunited New York noise-rock troupe, runs for around two hours, and also features guests including Mercury Rev's Grasshopper, Akron/Family and "honorary Swan" Bill Rieflin.
Karen O sings lead vocal on "Song For A Warrior", while Parker and Sparhawk feature as co-vocalists on opener "Lunacy".