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Foo Fighters At The Top Of Their Game With ‘Medicine At Midnight’
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Foo Fighters At The Top Of Their Game With ‘Medicine At Midnight’

The Foo Fighters were supposed to celebrate their 25th anniversary as a band in 2020 in grand fashion. A new studio album, tour and festival on 4th of July weekend were all planned but the onset of the pandemic forced a major change in plans. Fast forward to early 2021 and the long awaited 10th studio album from the band Medicine to Midnight has been released and it's been worth the wait. The nine track LP is their first since 2017's Concrete and Gold and is a return to form for the vaunted rockers. In an interview with Pitchfork, Grohl likens the new collection of tunes to a modern day dance record comparing it to Bowie's Let's Dance. They set out to make a fun record and it's mission accomplished on all fronts. Producer Greg Kurstin returned to helm the project after last worki...
Five Reasons Why 2021 Will Be A Great Year For New Alt Music
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Five Reasons Why 2021 Will Be A Great Year For New Alt Music

The pandemic has led to a lot of downtime for bands and musicians in the absence of full touring schedules. Many have channeled their energies into writing and producing new material. 2021 is shaping up to be a great year for new music so let’s dive into five artists who have albums coming.  Bleachers Singer/songwriter Jack Antonoff is set to drop a new album later this year after releasing a surprise collaboration with fellow New Jersey resident Bruce Springsteen in November called ‘Chinatown’. Antonoff, a prolific writer collaborating with the likes of Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey in recent years, is also known as a member of Fun. and Steel Train. But it’s with Bleachers he’s at his best channeling a nostalgic feel for the 80s and 90s while incorporating soaring me...