After a long time GOT7 back again on the field. On May 20, the group released their new album ‘Spinning Top: Between Security & Insecurity,’ featuring the single “Eclipse.”
“Eclipse” is written by JYP Entertainment founder J.Y. Park, with GOT7 leader JB helping write the lyrics and also composing the song. The single has a future bass sound with a trendy melody and a motivational message that encourages the listener to shine in moments of darkness.
Aminé announces new album ‘Limbo’, releases track with Young Thug
Aminé has announced the upcoming release of his latest studio album ‘Limbo’, sharing a new single to preview the record.
Released today (July 7), new single ‘Compensating’, features a verse from Young Thug and production by Canada’s T-Minus. The single is the second collaboration Aminé has taken part in recently, following an appearance on Disclosure’s ‘My High’ with Slowthai.
Watch the video for ‘Compensating’ below:
“Writing ‘My High’ with Aminé was a lot a fun,” said Disclosure in a statement. “He’s hilarious and may as well be a comedian. He writes so quickly and it’s amazing to watch.”
Alongside his new single, Aminé also shared details of the forthcoming album, ‘Limbo’. The record will feature the rapper’s recent tracks ‘Shimmy’ and ‘RiRi’, and follows his 2018 album ‘OnePointFive’. ‘Limbo’ is due for release on August 7.
“It’s something I’m really proud of and something I’ve been putting a lot of effort into for the past two years,” Amine said of the album in a 2019 interview with Bandwagon. “I haven’t really gone this in-depth with my music in a while, so it feels good.”
Aminé first rose to prominence with his 2016 single ‘Caroline’, a song which soon saw him sign with Republic Records. Since then, he’s released two studio albums and featured on the critically-acclaimed soundtrack to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Watch Zack de la Rocha play guitar in pre-Rage Against the Machine band
Archival footage has surfaced of Rage Against the Machine’s frontman Zach de la Rocha playing guitar in his old hardcore band, Hard Stance.
The footage, including plenty of frenetic energy and stage-diving, was shot in March 1990 at the Hollywood Live nightclub. Watch it below:
“The following footage was recovered from a tape owned by the Haworth family and provided to hate5six.com for digitization, restoration, and online preservation,” reads a disclaimer at the beginning of the video.
“The identity of the original filmer is currently unknown but will be made clear in the description should they come forward.”
Hard Stance initially formed in 1987 with de la Rocha on guitar and Eric Ernst on vocals. When Ernst left the band, de la Rocha took over the mic and formed the band Inside Out.
In 1991, de la Rocha would form Rage Against the Machine alongside Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk. Apparently, the band name stemmed from an album title idea that Inside Out had originally planned, but never recorded.
Rage Against the Machine initially split in 2000, when de la Rocha claimed the group “no longer meeting the aspirations of all four of us collectively as a band, and from my perspective, has undermined our artistic and political ideal”.
However, the band reformed for a series of shows from 2007-2011 before disbanding yet again.
Late last year, the band announced their reunion once again with a string of comeback shows across the United States, including a headline set at Coachella. However, their tour was forced to be postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rock/rap supergroup Prophets of Rage, featuring members from both Rage Against the Machine and Public Enemy, disbanded shortly after Rage Against the Machine’s reunion announcement.
Watch Dirty Projectors perform the latest Tiny Desk Concert
Indie-rockers Dirty Projectors are the latest act to perform for at the ‘at home’ edition of NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series.
The video features all five current band members performing from their respective homes. The group played through four tracks from their two most recent EPs, ‘Windows Open’ and ‘Flight Tower’. The band last performed a Tiny Desk concert in December 2018.
Watch The Dirty Projector’s Tiny Desk performance below:
In the YouTube video’s description, NPR’s Bob Boilen said the lineup of the band may change often, but its creative direction always remains the same.
“We’ve loved Dirty Projectors for more than a dozen years – from the band’s ‘Black Flag’ covers record to the brilliant angular sounds we presented at SXSW, and more recently, a candlelit Tiny Desk concert in 2018,” he said.
“It’s a band in which any member can take the lead, and that’s the beauty here. We see Dirty Projectors change and surprise us with each new song, something so rare and vibrant.”
The Dirty Projectors committed to recording and releasing five EPs in 2020. The second EP, ‘Flight Tower’, was released in late June and focused on Felicia Douglass’ vocals. The band released the first EP, ‘Windows Open’, in March.
Dirty Projectors’ sixth studio album, ‘Bitte Orca’, turned ten last year, and was included in NME’s ‘25 killer albums turning 10 in 2019‘.
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