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May 24, 2013 6:17am | Fact Magazine
Available on: From the Rib LP
Eleven years since Eve-Olution Eve returns with Lip Lock, her mere fourth album since 1999 and what the Philly-born Ruff Ryder has called her most honest work to date. After Interscope repeatedly delayed, then shelved her last full-length Here I Am, Lip Lock presents itself not as the remnants of what Here I Am once was but a well-executed reminder of what Eve always has been
As I Lay Dying frontman's judgement 'affected by steroids' says lawyer
May 24, 2013 6:08am | NME
Tim Lambesis accused of hiring a hitman to kill his wife
Based couture: gape at this fashion student
May 24, 2013 5:51am | Fact Magazine
Channel your Pretty Young Thug on this new collection of Lil B-themed garb.
The Fader have snouted out fashion student Isabel Simpson-Kirsch, currently studying at NY design school Parsons. As part of her thesis, Simpson-Kirsch has used Lil B as the main design motif in a new fashion line. The title? ‘Based’, of course.
The portfolio includes everything from boxer shorts to platform shows to full-length dresses. According to Simpson-Kirsch, Lil B has been a crucial point of inspiration throughout her scholarly endeavours:
This being a uni project, there doesn’t appear to be any plan for a commercial release as yet (although we’re sure Ms. Simpson-Kirsch has probably had more than a few offers). Selected highlights from the range are below.
May 24, 2013 5:42am | The Line Of Best Fit
Following one of 2012′s best songs was always going to be a tall order, especially when you were the band responsible; ‘Wings‘ served its purpose, by soaring above the clouds of its dream-pop competitors to the top of the pile.
Perhaps its stand-out quality explains why HAERTS have taken over half a year to unveil their second offering. The Brooklyn-based, cosmopolitan quintet may not have reached the dizzy heights of their previous effort, but this new track is nevertheless bursting with Nini Fabi’s stunning vocal, a shuffling rhythm and joyful build-ups that possess that unique power-ballad ability to force a smile on your face.
Welcome the return of HAERTS, who have succeeded where so many fail in following a vastly-buzzed debut; stream ‘All The Days’ below.
Muse to perform at 'World War Z' premiere in London next week
May 24, 2013 5:40am | NME
Band will play live at St James
Queens Of The Stone Age cover Amy Winehouse at LA show
May 24, 2013 5:39am | NME
Band watched by Morrissey and Jack White as they perform songs from new album '...Like Clockwork'
Talking Heads: Liam Gallagher could write Daft Punk
May 24, 2013 5:13am | Fact Magazine
Psy impersonator fools celebrities at Cannes Film Festival
May 24, 2013 5:10am | NME
Imposter pretends to be 'Gangnam Style' singer at French event
Slayer lead Jagerbomb toast to Jeff Hanneman at riotous memorial service
May 24, 2013 4:44am | Fact Magazine
May began with sad news that Slayer guitarist had passed away, and it’s ended with a suitably metal-focused celebration of his life and work.
Slayer announced that they would be organising a memorial event to pay tribute to Hanneman, who passed away from alcohol-related liver failure aged 48. As Metal Hammer report, the public memorial at the Hollywood Palladium was a rammed and rowdy affair, with long queues beginning hours before the service began. The stage was apparently decked out with a painting of Hanneman, an American flag, a floral arrangement and an assorted collection of Hanneman’s guitars.
Among those giving addresses were Slayer’s Kerry King, who led a Jagermaster toast to the singer, saying “Jeff Hanneman hated Jagermeister, but I had to come up here with something to cheer my friend.” Reading off an iPhone, King paid extensive tribute to the singer
New trailer for Formula 1 biopic 'Rush' released - watch
May 24, 2013 4:20am | NME
Chris Hemsworth stars as 1970s racing driver James Hunt, while Daniel Brühl plays rival Niki Lauda
May 24, 2013 4:13am | Abeano
The internet’s darling Ryan Hemsworth uploaded a nice free seven-track EP yesterday, and it’s pretty chilled out from what we can gather. There’s a lot of rainy, indoors sounds, lots of chiming bells and magic-forest chords and stuff, it’s nice, it’s pretty. You can stream it below and download it here:
Swedish disco starlet Sally Shapiro announces remix LP, featuring The Field and Nite Jewel
May 24, 2013 4:08am | Fact Magazine
Not for the first time, winsome Italo disco revivalist Sally Shapiro has handed her most recent album over to a host of remixers.
Where Robyn pitched for the charts and Lykke Li went for the quirky pop constituency, Swedish singer Shapiro has long planted her flag in nu-disco territory. Between her charming 2006 debut Disco Romance and her somewhat cryptic public persona, she’s built a formidable cult following, and her case has been helped by some interesting remix discs: Remix Romance Vol. 1 featured edits from Tensnake and Holy Fuck, and 2010′s My Guilty Pleasure remix set tapped up Junior Boys and CFCF.
Elsewhere will collect a stash of Shapiro remixes inspired by material from recent LP Somewhere Else. The chief name on the collection is fellow Swede The Field, who applies his loop-the-loop strategies to ‘Lives Together’. Chillwaver-turned-pop star proper Nite Jewel takes on Sundown, and pint-sized electro-pop singer Little Boots is also on board. Young Galaxy, Lost Years and Dan Lissvick are also signed up to appear, as are lesser-known names like Mauvais Cliché, Henning Fürst (of The Tough Alliance) and Mitch Murder.
Elsewhere is due on May 28 through Paper Bag. The Field’s slo-mo remix is available to stream below, and shows the producer on unusually dozy form.
Liam Gallagher says he could write Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' 'in an hour'
May 24, 2013 4:08am | NME
Beady Eye frontman also wants to see the French duo without their helmets
Listen: Daughn Gibson
May 24, 2013 3:58am | The Line Of Best Fit
Razor-throated ex-trucker, Daughn Gibson, will release second album Me Moan on 9 July. The first in his new Sub Pop surroundings looks set to draw on even broader palette of dark influences than debut LP, All Hell.
Recent offering ‘The Sound of Law’ saw Gibson milking every last molecule of oxygen from his smoke-blackened lungs; his booming croon slicing through the chattering post-punk guitar licks and prickly percussion. Next single ‘You Don’t Fade’ treads a murkier path with strangled hip-hop samples chopped into throbbing, pulmonic bass notes and trickling hi-hats.
Gibson’s ghostly baritone sounds richer than ever before; it overwhelms the senses, disorientating, swarm-like. We’re probably going to need a new name for these unnerving, experimental sounds. Elegiac-electro anyone?
May 24, 2013 3:47am | Fact Magazine
The flip to Kowton and Julio Bashmore’s sweet’n'sour cut ‘Mirror Song’ has hit the web, and it’s a rowdy little thing.
‘Mirror Song’ was a proper good-cop-bad-cop collaboration, with a very Bashmore hook competing for attention with Kowton’s savage drum programming. ‘And What’ is credited to Kowton alone, and it shows; without Bashmore’s moderating influence, the Bristol producer is free to indulge the rough, raw impulses that made ‘Des Bisous’ and ‘More Games’ so invigorating. ‘And What’ is Terekke-style house viewed through grime-tinted glasses – it’s gruff, gully and, if you ask us, trumps the title track.
Kowton’s been a prolific collaborator of late, working with Pev on the killer Hessle Audio single ‘Raw Code’ , and clubbing up with Hyetal to form Systems Of Desire. The Mirror Song EP drops soon on Broadwalk.
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