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September 2016

Spiritualized to release new album in 2017

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Spiritualized are planning to return with a new album next year, their first since 2012. The English space-rock outfit announced news of the Sweet Heart Sweet Light follow-up in a series of tweets early Thursday. The as-yet-untitled full-length would serve as the band’s eighth overall.

In addition to the much anticipated LP, Spiritualized also revealed on Twitter that they’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of third album Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space with a pair of special concerts in which they’ll perform the record in its entirety. The shows are scheduled for November 7th and 8th at the Barbican in London.

“It’s such a massive and detailed piece of music to play and is still as demanding and relevant to me as it was on its release,” the band wrote. “In one 70 minute blast it just about covers everything I still find interesting and engaging in music…from free jazz, doo-wop, and soul to rock & roll, gospel, and the blues…”

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Stream Temple of the Dog’s 25th anniversary reissue

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To coincide with their first-ever tour dates, reunited grunge supergroup Temple of the Dog has reissues its one and only studio album. The 25th anniversary edition of the band’s self-titled LP includes a remastered version of the album along with a bonus disc featuring unreleased demos and rarities. Stream below via Apple Music or Spotify.

(Read: Say Hello 2 Heaven: Temple of the Dog Turns 25)

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Stream: Chicago songwriter Sonny Falls’ debut album There’s No Magic Left In This World

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Chicago singer-songwriter Ryan “Hoagie Wesley” Ensley has been thanklessly working the DIY circuit for most of his 20s, laying the groundwork for a bad case of tinnitus and maybe — just maybe — a fruitful career in rock music. Ensley’s latest project has him going by the moniker Sonny Falls and making stripped-down, fuzzed-out guitar rock. It’s a bit ironic that he’s chosen to go by a different name now, because the songs on his brief but powerful debut There’s No Magic Left In This World are almost disarmingly personal.

On album standout “Wealth to the City Man”, he talks frankly about the dehumanizing aspect of “driving a bunch of rich people around” while coming to terms with his own life of food stamps and relationships falling apart at the seams. Good thing there’s always a squealing guitar solo or a guttural Keep Reading

Passenger says ‘This must be how Leicester fans felt’ after beating Bruce Springsteen to Number One

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Passenger has beaten Bruce Springsteen to this week’s Number One album, denying Springsteen his 11th chart-topper.

Passenger’s album ‘Young As The Morning, Old As The Sea’ beat Springsteen’s new compilation ‘Chapter And Verse’ by just 704 sales. It’s the Brighton singer’s seventh album, beating the Number Three peak of ‘All The Little Lights’ in 2012.

Speaking about his win, Passenger – real name Michael Rosenberg – told chart compilers Official Charts Company: “This is so unbelievably exciting. When I saw that we were up against Springsteen and Shawn Mendes, I basically wrote off any chance of getting Number One anywhere. It’s a huge surprise and just the most amazing feeling. I think this is probably how Leicester fans felt last season.”

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