Top 10 Music Headlines for May 29, 2019

Top 10 Music Headlines for May 29, 2019

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Top 10 Music Headlines for May 29, 2019

10. “The manic energy of empowerment” – Listen to Sleater-Kinney’s new single ‘Hurry On Home’ – produced by St Vincent

The rock icons revealed that they’d been in the studio with St Vincent’s Annie Clark earlier this year. Now after teasing fans on social media, the band have shared their first new music since 2015’s acclaimed ‘No Cities To Love‘ with ‘Hurry On Home’ and a new lyric video directed by Miranda July. - NME

9. Tidal to Host Prince 'Originals' Album Listening Events Across the Globe

In honor of Prince's upcoming album Originals, Tidal announced on Wednesday (May 29) that it is hosting a series of listening events across the globe for its members. - Billboard

8. How our music is shaped by technology, part 1: Alan Cross

Mr. Penner, my seventh-grade science teacher, was trying to teach us about the three states of matter. “The shape of a solid is obvious,” he said, “but a gas or liquid assumes the shape of the container in which it is stored.” - Global News

7. Sufjan Stevens Shares New Songs for LGBTQ+ Pride: Listen

Sufjan Stevens has released a pair of new songs for Pride Month, “Love Yourself” and “With My Whole Heart.” They’re both streaming below, along with his 1996 demo of “Love Yourself” and a short reprise. Sufjan says in a press release that he wrote “With My Whole Heart” in an effort to make “an upbeat and sincere love song without conflict, anxiety or self-deprecation.”

6. Those Warner Bros. Records Are Now Collectables

Founded in 1958 as the recorded music division of the American film studio Warner Bros., the company's music assets were acquired by Time Warner and, in 2011, the Warner Music Group was acquired by current owner Access Industries. As per an earlier agreement, the company has now lost the use of the Warner Bros. Records name and logo. - FYI Music News

5. Bruce Springsteen Promises New E Street Band Album, 2020 Tour

“We will go on tour next year,” he said. “I’ll record with the E Street Band in autumn and, when we are done, we’ll go on tour. Of course I’ll come to Rome. I love it.” - Rolling Stone

4. 11 Metal Travel Destinations Every Metalhead should visit

The season of vacations and road trips is upon us, so it’s the perfect time to get inspired by some of the world’s most metal destinations. - Loudwire

3. Miley Cyrus announces She Is Coming, due out on Friday 

Cyrus’ website has also been updated with a message teasing “She Is Coming 5/30” along with a clock counting down to the date in question. - Consequence of Sound

2. Riot Fest 2019 Lineup

The venerable Chicago punk gathering Riot Fest will celebrate its 15th year this September 13-15 at Douglas Park. As usual, they’ve put together an impressive lineup. - Stereogum

1. Neil Young Got Cut Off by a Festival but He Kept Rockin' "Rockin' in the Free World" Anyway

Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" is a definite live favourite, but the song hit a serious snag this weekend when a festival attempted to stop its performance by cutting the power on the Canadian songwriting hero. - Exclaim!

 

 

 

10. “The manic energy of empowerment” – Listen to Sleater-Kinney’s new single ‘Hurry On Home’ – produced by St Vincent

The rock icons revealed that they’d been in the studio with St Vincent’s Annie Clark earlier this year. Now after teasing fans on social media, the band have shared their first new music since 2015’s acclaimed ‘No Cities To Love‘ with ‘Hurry On Home’ and a new lyric video directed by Miranda July. - NME

9. Tidal to Host Prince 'Originals' Album Listening Events Across the Globe

In honor of Prince's upcoming album Originals, Tidal announced on Wednesday (May 29) that it is hosting a series of listening events across the globe for its members. - Billboard

8. How our music is shaped by technology, part 1: Alan Cross

Mr. Penner, my seventh-grade science teacher, was trying to teach us about the three states of matter. “The shape of a solid is obvious,” he said, “but a gas or liquid assumes the shape of the container in which it is stored.” - Global News

7. Sufjan Stevens Shares New Songs for LGBTQ+ Pride: Listen

Sufjan Stevens has released a pair of new songs for Pride Month, “Love Yourself” and “With My Whole Heart.” They’re both streaming below, along with his 1996 demo of “Love Yourself” and a short reprise. Sufjan says in a press release that he wrote “With My Whole Heart” in an effort to make “an upbeat and sincere love song without conflict, anxiety or self-deprecation.”

6. Those Warner Bros. Records Are Now Collectables

Founded in 1958 as the recorded music division of the American film studio Warner Bros., the company's music assets were acquired by Time Warner and, in 2011, the Warner Music Group was acquired by current owner Access Industries. As per an earlier agreement, the company has now lost the use of the Warner Bros. Records name and logo. - FYI Music News

5. Bruce Springsteen Promises New E Street Band Album, 2020 Tour

“We will go on tour next year,” he said. “I’ll record with the E Street Band in autumn and, when we are done, we’ll go on tour. Of course I’ll come to Rome. I love it.” - Rolling Stone

4. 11 Metal Travel Destinations Every Metalhead should visit

The season of vacations and road trips is upon us, so it’s the perfect time to get inspired by some of the world’s most metal destinations. - Loudwire

3. Miley Cyrus announces She Is Coming, due out on Friday 

Cyrus’ website has also been updated with a message teasing “She Is Coming 5/30” along with a clock counting down to the date in question. - Consequence of Sound

2. Riot Fest 2019 Lineup

The venerable Chicago punk gathering Riot Fest will celebrate its 15th year this September 13-15 at Douglas Park. As usual, they’ve put together an impressive lineup. - Stereogum

1. Neil Young Got Cut Off by a Festival but He Kept Rockin' "Rockin' in the Free World" Anyway

Neil Young's "Rockin' in the Free World" is a definite live favourite, but the song hit a serious snag this weekend when a festival attempted to stop its performance by cutting the power on the Canadian songwriting hero. - Exclaim!

 

 

 

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