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Written by John M. James   
Wednesday, 27 August 2008 02:03

Sounds Eclectic Public-radio tastemaker KCRW from Santa Monica, California, is back with its sixth collection of live performances from its studios.

The Verve Makes a Splashy Return PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 August 2008 02:05

The Verve - Forth The Verve is rolling out the red carpet for its return next week in bonus-packed limited editions of the new album Forth. A CD/DVD set is available at retail, housed in a bound-book-style package and featuring the 20-minute documentary Space & Time and five songs from the band's performance this past May at Coachella. Fans still gobbling up the various exclusive B sides on the first single, "Love Is Noise," can order the deluxe box set from The Verve's official online store, boasting an audiophile two-LP vinyl set with two songs that don't show up on the CD, the bonus DVD, free downloads, and a special book of memorabilia.

Sub Pop Revives Singles Club PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 13 August 2008 02:35

Om Dust off that old turntable and coax it back to life with a yearlong feeding courtesy of Sub Pop Records, reviving its legendary Sub Pop Singles Club this week. Out of commission since its original operation from 1988 to 1993 and its run from 1998 through 2002, the return celebrates the label's 20th anniversary. Offering a one-year subscription of 12 seven-inch singles delivered to your doorstep each month, the series kicks off with Om, with The Notwist, Blues Control, Black Lips, Black Mountain, Unnatural Helpers, and Tyvek warming up. Each pressing will be limited to 1,500 copies, each with a special coupon code for free downloads of the song's MP3.


Delicious Vinyl Gets Remixed PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 06 August 2008 01:44

Rmxxology This coming Tuesday, one of dance/hip-hop's most recognizable imprints gets squished through a modern-day Play-Doh Pumper Number Nine with thick, slick, funky results. Back in the day, spotting the tasty Delicious Vinyl logo in a DJ's crate of 12-inch singles was a sign of good things to come, with a stable of artists that ranged from Masta Ace and Born Jamericans to Fatlip and Def Jef. Still kickin' up dust since 1987, the label has concocted a 15-track remix/tribute CD, RMXXOLOGY, after Peaches let the owners know she'd like to take a swipe at Tone Loc's infectious hit "Wild Thing." Highlights include Hot Chip's new imagination of The Pharcyde's "Passin' Me by" and Pink Enemy working the groove of The Brand New Heavies' "Never Stop." A RMXXOLOGY Volume 2 is in the works with influences revealed by Spank Rock, Bass Over Babylon, and DJ Medhi, as well as a worldwide tour.

Eurythmics’ Stewart Covers Himself PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 30 July 2008 02:07

The Dave Stewart Songbook, Volume I The covers caravan comes to town next week, as a bumper crop of new spins on old classics comes to record-store shelves. Eurythmics co-founder Dave Stewart is back with a 30-piece orchestra on Surfdog Records' The Dave Stewart Songbook, Vol. 1. Also available in a two-LP edition, the two-CD collection features new interpretations of his own "Would I Lie to You," "Sweet Dreams," and "Here Comes the Rain Again," rubbing up against an odd mix of Bon Jovi's "Midnight in Chelsea," Tom Petty's "Don't Come Around Here No More," and No Doubt's "Underneath It All." Other artists getting his lush touch include Bob Geldof, Sarah McLachlan, Bryan Ferry, and Celine Dion.

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