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B16 said in Luglio 12th, 2010 at 17:55

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Black Keys at T In The Park: ‘Playing with Kings Of Leon was overwhelming’

Plus duo reveal they’re lining up a new type of collaboration with Danger Mouse

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The Black Keys have said their recent show with Kings Of Leon at Hyde Park in London was “overwhelming” due to its huge size.

The pair – Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney – were speaking to NME backstage at T In The Park in a video interview you can watch on the right now.

“We’ve only done the one gig at Hyde Park… that was overwhelming,” declared Carney,. “We’re going out with them [Kings Of Leon] for three weeks in September so that should be good. We’re visiting different cities in the US where they make different novelty chocolate products.”

The duo also spoke about Danger Mouse, who produced their 2008 album ‘Attack & Release’ album, and ‘Tighen Up’ from their recent release ‘Brothers’. However, the pair hinted they may be doing something different with him future.

“We will do something with him, but I don’t know if we will do more stuff with him as a producer since we’ve already done that,” said Carney. “But we’ll definitely work with him again in some capacity.”


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B16 said in Luglio 12th, 2010 at 17:56


Pearl Jam told a crowd in Portugal that the band have played their “last gig” for a long time.

The band were appearing at the Optimus Alive festival in Lisbon last night (July 11) when they made their announcement, reports Blitz

Reading in Portuguese from a sheet of paper, frontman Eddie Vedder made the announcement just after the band had kicked off their set.

“Thank you for coming to our last show,” he told the crowd. “Not our last ever, but our last in a long time.”

The band then continued the gig without illuminating why they are taking the break.

For the full 24-song setlist plus video footage from the show, head to


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B16 said in Luglio 12th, 2010 at 17:58


Bryan Ferry has announced plans to release a new solo album featuring star studded guest collaborations with members of Radiohead, Primal Scream, Scissor Sisters and Groove Armada.

The record, ‘Olympia’, also sees the star teaming up with Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea, Nile Rogers and Marcus Miller. Radiohead are represented by Jonny Greenwood and Primal Scream by Mani.

It is the first album since 1973 to reunite Ferry with members of his band Roxy Music too, including guitarist Phil Manzanera, saxophonist Andy Mackay and Brian Eno.

Roxy Music are also due to headline London’s Lovebox festival on Saturday (July 17) – see NME.COM for a full report.

The album, which is the follow-up to 2007’s ‘Dylanesque’, features eight new songs and covers of Tim Buckley’s ‘Song To the Siren’ and ’60s band Traffic’s ‘No Face, No Name, No Number’.

The LP’s first single ‘You Can Dance’ will be released on August 9, accompanied by a music video shot at Wilton’s Music Hall, before the album is released on October 25.

Ferry is currently running an art exhibition at the London International Fine Art Fair in west London’s Olympia venue, while he also the subject or Noel Fielding’s latest art collection which is currently showing in London.

The full tracklisting for ‘Olympia’ is as follows:

‘You Can Dance’
‘Heartache By Numbers’
‘Me Oh My’
‘Song To The Siren’
‘No Face, No Name, No Number’
‘BF Bass (Ode To Olympia)’
‘Reason Or Rhyme’
‘Tender Is The Night’


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buzzandmusic said in Luglio 13th, 2010 at 11:12



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