August 24, 2006
Hold onto your kite, just don't let me down
Yes, darklings, that is an official new portrait of Patrick Wolf in anticipation of his upcoming single "Accident And Emergency." As always, he brings it with the artwork.
Depeche Mode's unnecessary new hits CD (cash cow!) looks kind of ugly and has only one new track, "Martyr". Look at the mini-site for it.
SONG: Kelis Lil Star with Cee Lo of Gnarles Barkley
"Headlock" will be Imogen Heap's new release on October 2nd with artwork by Ryan Obermeyer. The radio edit will be backed with "Mic Check" (a new vocal-only song) and the vide. There's also going to be one of those U-Myx thingys which enables you to mix your own version.
Ever wonder what happened to this band? Their last CD sucked, so it seems like I haven't heard them sing sinng sinnng since 2001.
Goldfrapp You can hear the fantastic Flaming Lips remix of "Satin Chic" - called Satin Boys Flaming Chic or something at Goldfrapp's myspace page. It's short, sweet and lush. Meanwhile the Homo is back with the MP3.
SONG: The Divine Comedy Absolute Power fantastic new b-side
Jay Jay Johanson has already finished his new album The Long Term Physical Effects Are Not Yet Known and it's not a dance record.
Have you seen the Tori Amos boxset? It is quite deluxious. Tori turned 43 on Tuesday!
I will definitely be seeing The History Boys. This is the same cast that has been perfoming the play onstage. For those of you who know Alan Bennett's work, you should be sure to read his very short novella called The Clothes They Stood Up In - you can get in it on Amazon Marketplace for less than a dollar.
SONG: Frank Never Left A Girl Rachelesque
The new BWO video for "Will My Arms Be Strong Enough" is fucking mental.
Albums I will not be buying: Bouncey Knowles, Justine Timberrod, Jessica Simpson, Parisian Hilton. Je suis desole, I've heard it all before, heard it all before.
Posted by xolondon