New Music Adds – Week of March 2nd, 2020

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - "Come On Outside" Single Out Now The Fratellis - "Six Days In June" From the forthcoming 'Half Junk Under a Full Moon' album - Expected Street Date: May 8th Neck Deep - "Lowlife" From the forthcoming 'All Distortions Are Intentional' album - Expected Street Date: June 24th Perfume Genius - "Describe" From the forthcoming 'Set My Heart on Fire Immediately' - Updated Expected Street Date: May 15th PVRIS - "Death of Me" From the forthcoming 'Use Me' album - Expected Street Date: May 1st The Naked and Famous - "Come As You Are" From the forthcoming 'Recover' album - Expected Street Date: May 8th You Me At Six - "Our House (The Mess

New Music Adds – Week of December 2nd, 2019

Alanis Morissette - "Reasons I Drink" Off the forthcoming "Such Pretty Forks in the Road" - Expected Release Date: May 1st The Griswolds - "Aliens" feat. Transviolet Single Out Now Bombay Bicycle Club - "Everything Else Has Gone Wrong" The title track from the forthcoming album - Expected Release Date: January 17th Saint Phnx - Scream Single Out Now Regina Spektor - "One Little Soldier" From the 'Bombshell' Motion Picture Soundtrack Awolnation - "California Halo Blue" Single Out Now Eliza & The Delusionals - "Just Exist" Single Out Now Nada Surf - "Something I Should Do" Off the forthcoming "Never Not Together" - Expected Release Date: February 7th COIN - "Let It All Out" Off their forthcoming "Dreamland"

New Music Adds – Week of April 8th

Lumineers - "Gloria" Perry Farrell - "Pirate Punk Politician" Morrissey - "Morning Starship" Vampire Weekend - "This Life" Rob Thomas - "Love It" New Found Glory - "This is Me" The Heavy - "Better as One" Dennis Lloyd - "Never Go Back" Max Frost - "Money Problems" Dear Rouge - "Modern Shakedown"\

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) – Week of March 18th

<> on April 21, 2018 in Indio, California. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony is set to take place on March 29 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, and the list of induction speakers has been announced this week. Radiohead will be inducted by David Byrne, and The Cure by Trent Reznor. Janelle Monáe will induct Janet Jackson. Harry Styles has been assigned to Stevie Nicks, Duran Duran’s John Taylor and Simon Le Bon to Roxy Music, the Bangles’ Susanna Hoffs to the Zombies, and Queen’s Brian May to Def Leppard. Thom Yorke has said he will be skipping the Rock Hall induction ceremony; it’s unclear whether other members of Radiohead will be present to accept Byrne’s praise as well as

New Music Adds – Week of March 11th

The Black Keys - "Lo/Hi" Marshmello - Here With Me feat. CHVRCHES The National - "You Had Your Soul with You" Vampire Weekend - "Sunflower" feat. Steve Lacy Billie Eilish - "wish you were gay" Cage The Elephant - "House of Glass" Interpol - "Fine Mess" Judah & The Lion - "Why Did You Run?" Local Natives - "When Am I Gonna Lose You?" Simple Creatures - "Drug"

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of January 28th

Warped Tour founder Kevin Lyman has announced dates and locations for five shows celebrating the tour’s 25th anniversary. In the wake of last year’s cross-country farewell run, Warped will host events this June and July in Ohio, New Jersey, and California to commemorate a quarter-century as a pop-punk institution. The first show takes place on June 8 at Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, where a kick-off concert will launch a Warped-themed exhibit titled Forever Warped. Anniversary shows are also scheduled for June 29 and 30 at Atlantic City Beach, and July 20 and 21 at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, Calif. Vampire Weekend announced an upcoming Madison Square Garden performance at a New York Knicks game, which was taking

4-1-1 Music News Minute w/Todd Michaels – Week of September 3rd

Tenacious D, the comedic hard rock duo of Jack Black and Kyle Gass, have announced a new forthcoming animated YouTube series and accompanying album debuting this fall, both titled Post-Apocalypto. The series is a six-episode show hand-drawn by Jack Black with every character voiced by either Black or Kyle Gass. Each episode will feature new music from the accompanying album. The first episode is set to premiere on September 28 on the Tenacious D YouTube page. The final episode will air on November 2, coinciding with the release of Post-Apocalypto – THE ALBUM, which features Dave Grohl on drums and is produced by John Spiker.     Thom Yorke announced that a double album of his soundtrack for Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming remake of

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of August 6th

Mike Shinoda has announced his first solo North American tour in support of his recent album Post Traumatic . The Linkin Park frontman previously announced dates in Asia, but he will headline this year’s Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, meant to break artists before they become stars. Shinoda is also playing the Dia De Los Deftones festival with Future and several others in San Diego on November 3.         Australian psychedelic pop band The Church is making its way over to North America this fall in honor of the 30th anniversary of the band’s seminal album Starfish. The Church will be playing their fifth album, which went gold in the U.S., in its entirety. In addition to this month-long trek across North America,

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of June 4th

Last week, we reported Frances Bean Cobain’s ex-husband Isaiah Silva filed a civil suit against Courtney Love, her business manager Sam Lutfi, 13 Reasons Why actor Ross Butler, and several others, alleging a conspiracy to assault, kidnap, and attempt to murder him—all over the contested ownership of the 1959 D-18E Martin guitar Kurt Cobain played at Nirvana’s 1993 MTV Unplugged appearance, the value of which the family apparently believes to be in the millions. Now we have an update, Spin magazine reports that Silva’s full lawsuit runs to more than 300 pages of material, describing startlingly personal details of family drama and allegations of drug abuse, impersonation attempts, and harassment, which puts Smashing Pumpkins lead man, Billy Corgan. According to

4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of September 11th

“Walk It Back,” the third track on the National’s new album Sleep Well Beast, features a long spoken-word passage that may or may not be a Karl Rove quote. Although the quote, which comes from a 2004 New York Times Magazine piece about the George W. Bush administration, was only attributed to an anonymous “senior adviser to Bush,” the source was later identified as Rove. The National have agreed to give royalties to Ron Suskind, the journalist who wrote the article in question, and they’ve jokingly asked him to share it with Rove. But when Newsweek reached out to Rove himself to see what he thought of the National’s use of the quote, he denied that he was the source