Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants have been carving out their own path for three decades, continuously pushing the envelope and creating entirely new approaches to music along the way. The release of their first family album No! in 2002 opened new doors for the band and paved the way for other acts in the kid’s music genre. Today, the band releases a very special re-issue of the album on Idlewild Recordings to celebrate its 10-year anniversary.
In celebration of the release of Joe Jackson's new album The Duke, out today on Razor & Tie, Rolling Stone premiered the track for “It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Go That Swing).” Teaming up with Iggy Pop on vocals
Dumpstaphunk treated the Highline Ballroom to a surprise double-dose of funk royalty last Wednesday, June 6 as the legendary "Queen of Funk" - Chaka Khan - shared the stage with Ivan Neville's all star New Orleans funk ensemble for the pair's first ever live collaboration.The private performance was for book distributor Publishers Group West (PGW)‘s annual BookExpo America party, which opened the night with a set from Brooklyn funk favorites, the Pimps of Joytime.
Xbox 360 Rock Band fans get ready! The first all-female UK band to grace the stage of Rock Band is back with a new single for Rock Band 3. Beginning June on 22, 2012, “Say Sayonara” will be available for download on Xbox Live.JOANovARC is no stranger to the Rock Band stage with their single “Sisters” premiering in 2011. Now players will be thrilled to hear their hit “Say Sayonara” on the June 22nd release.
Sugar Hill Records is excited to announce the July 30th Amazon.com exclusive worldwide release of Storybook from Aussie songstress Kasey Chambers. The fifteen song release is a collection of songs that inspired Kasey to become a musician. In her words, “this album is a collection of songs and tributes to artists who have influenced me from when I was a small child up until now.