David Byrne believes, “the cultural part of the city—the mind—has been usurped by the top 1 percent.” Byrne speaks of New York City, of course; a city he made home during the mid-1970s and still resides in today.
After some delay, the companion to Peter Gabriel covering other people’s songs on ‘Scratch My Back’ sees the light of day, featuring Arcade Fire, Lou Reed, Randy Newman and more.
Following last week’s goldmine of new music from legacy artists, we’re finding a few familiar faces at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart. Bob Dylan’s latest, “Tempest,” debuts high – No. 3 – while ZZ Top scores its highest album debut ever, coming in at No. 6 with “La Futura.”
Let’s take a look at this week’s albums, reissues and other musical goodies from classic artists making musical waves yet again.
First, it was John McCain and [lastfm]Jackson Browne[/lastfm]. Then it was Charlie Crist in Florida and [lastfm]David Byrne[/lastfm]. Now, it’s [lastfm]ABBA[/lastfm] and a far-right party in Denmark. When will politicians learn: You don’t get to […]
He’s worked with [lastfm]U2[/lastfm], [lastfm]Talking Heads[/lastfm] and [lastfm]David Bowie[/lastfm]. He was a member of [lastfm]Roxy Music[/lastfm]. Now, musician and superproducer [lastfm]Brian Eno[/lastfm] will celebrate the end of his 40th year in music with a new […]