This week in music…..Jan 28th


On Monday Ladyhawke revealed their song, “‘Black, White and Blue.” the first single to be take from their new album ‘Anxiety. ‘ Check out Zane Lowe’s show for the song at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/zanelowe/2012/01/hottest_record_-_ladyhawke_-_b.html

Today is one of the most anticipated shows of my life. Calvin Harris, Producer/DJ is going to be tonight at Stereo Live. Check back on this blog for a review of the show as well as on The Daily Cougar (Link to come on Monday). : 

Arctic Monkeys are touring around with The Black Keys in their American tour but have no plans to play in the UK this year. They have declined invitations to festivals in Europe.  They have confirmed a date to play Coachella so does that mean that they would they be willing to play American festivals though? Check out a review of their new album at: http://wp.me/p1Jn8q-7F

Speaking of Arctic Monkeys, earlier this week they released a track entitled, “You and I.” With the vocals of Richard Hawley, this guitar driven rock n roll anthem sounds like a superb extension of, “Suck it and See.” Check out the track:

Florence and The Machine have announced a multitude of dates across the US and Europe with Houston being one of the stops. Check her and her “Machine” out on May 2nd at the Verizon Wireless Theater. Click here for tickets to the Houston show. For dates to your town click here!

The famous UK dubstep duo NERO has announced US dates and has also chosen Houston as a destination. This duo has spread all over the world and was used by Skrillex to make one of the most astonishing tracks in his career. In Texas they booked a show in Dallas and Houston. Tickets go on Pre-Sale this coming Thursday, the 2nd of February at 10 AM. Listen to the track that made NERO the icon for dubstep they are today:

Noel Gallagher was given the “Godlike Genius,” award at NME later this year. His new album, “Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds,” came out earlier this year receiving high praise from the critics. It is now proven that he was the genius behind Oasis after the bands breakup a few years ago. Beady Eye also had an album come out early last year and failed to be mention or win any award. If you have yet to listen to the album check out this review of it at:  http://wp.me/p1Jn8q-85

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