Radiohead – OK COMPUTER OKNOTOK 1997 2017

RADIOHEAD

OK COMPUTER

OKNOTOK

1997  2017

Credit_ Tom Sheehan

Featuring Remastered OK COMPUTER, B-Sides and Three Never Before Released Tracks: “I Promise,” “Lift,” “Man Of War”

Out on June 23 through XL Recordings / Rhythnmethod

Boxed Edition Shipping in July

Physical Preorder Live Now at www.OKNOTOK.co.uk or support your favourite local record store!

Continue reading

QOTSA return! #excite

QOTSA Tour Poster 2017

Arguably the most powerful and critically acclaimed hard rock band of the last two decades: Queens Of The Stone Age will return to Australia and New Zealand in July 2017 for Frontier Touring, performing four visceral headline shows.

‘SOME BANDS ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS. CHORD BY CHORD, LINE BY LINE, BEAT BY BEAT, HOOK BY GLORIOUS HOOK, NONE IS AS CONVINCING AS QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE.’ – THE LOS ANGELES TIMES

QOTSA will kick off their tour at Auckland’s Logan Campbell on Thursday 13th July…. and then they leave for that other country… check out when / where on the Frontier site HERE

Wheeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!

Hot 8 Brass Band – On The Spot Album Announcement

HOT 8 BRASS BAND
Release their fifth LP
“ON THE SPOT”

“On The Spot” is being released exclusively in New Zealand Friday 17th March 2017 on Tru Thoughts via Rhythmethod on the eve of the bands WOMAD NZ performance!

The album will be available to purchase Friday 17th March from all good record stores and on-site at the WOMAD festival from the WOstore.

Continue reading

ALI BARTER – A Suitable Girl

Melbourne based singer-songwriter Ali Barter releases her highly awaited debut full-length album.  Ali Barter and her guitar have been kicking around Melbourne’s music scene for a few years, collecting up rave reviews and ‘one to watch’ labels like playing cards. Perhaps fittingly for a bold, brash, ball-tearing feminist rocket, it took a song called ‘Girlie Bits’ — a song about how women are treated in the music industry, relationships and life in general — for her to burst into the heart of Australia’s music scene.  Comparisons to the likes of Hole and Garbage are easy to make, but Barter’s tunes veer more to a sweet pop – infused dollop of grunge.
A Suitable Girl
 

Continue reading