SEATTLE, WA â€“ Sub Pop veterans Greg Dulli and Mark Lanegan return to the label in its 20th year under the moniker The Gutter Twins for the March 4th, 2008 worldwide release of Saturnalia, their highly anticipated first album. In addition, the band has announced a handful of very special US and European show dates to preview the complex and carefully crafted songs in advance of the official record release. Show dates and on sale information provided below. Continue reading “Highly Anticipated Gutter Twins Record Saturnalia Scheduled for March 4th, 2008 Worldwide Release”
TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS, one of America’s greatest rock and roll bands, will perform in the BRIDGESTONE SUPER BOWL XLII HALFTIME SHOW on FOX at University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona on Sunday, February 3, the NFL announced Sunday on national television during the FOX NFL SUNDAY pregame show.
The halftime show is one of the most anticipated musical events of the year. Nearly 140 million viewers in the U.S. watched last year’s show. Continue reading “Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers to Perform February 3 During the Bridgestone Super Bowl XLII Halftime Show on FOX”
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NeuFutur.com , NeuFutur Magazine, and Cornerstone Promotion are joining together to provide viewers of neufutur.com with a new contest – to win one of three copies of Dave Gahan (of Depeche Mode)’s new (Europe-only) 7 inch vinyl picture disc. This vinyl features the “Kingdom” single, and is sure to be a hot commodity in the months to come.
All that individuals need to do to enter themselves into this contest is to either post on this thread, email firstname.lastname@example.org , or contact NeuFutur on AIM. That’s it – the contest runs until February 4th, 2008, so enter early. One vote per person. We ensure that we will not use your information for spamming or other nefarious purposes.
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Genesis released When In Rome 2007 the DVD directed by David Mallet, exclusively at Wal-Mart on June 10. One time only screeners of When In Rome 2007 took place in theaters around the country (details below) on June 9. Continue reading “Genesis When In Rome 2007 DVD Continually Succeeds”
I really had no clue that the Blue Man Group had been around for over 20 years. This album â€œHow To Be A Megastarâ€ provides individuals with an audio and video component that captures quite different sections and facets of the Blue Man Groupâ€™s inimitable style. Both segments were, as individuals may be able to tell, taken from the Blue Man Groupâ€™s 2006-2007 â€œHow To Be A Rockstarâ€ tour. The amount of value that is present during this CD/DVD set is amazing; aside from providing purchasers with a video and audio version of a concert, the Blue Man Group have added a number of fun and interesting things to the DVD portion of the disc. Continue reading “Blue Man Group â€“ How To Be A Megastar”
Midnight Movies â€“ Nights EP / 2008 New Line / 6 Tracks / http://www.midnightmovies.net /
It has been a while since we here at NeuFutur have heard anything from the Midnight Movies, and this â€œNightsâ€ EP marks the next evolution in their sound. The act makes a strong step forward with their psychedelic version of The Moody Bluesâ€™ â€œNights In White Satinâ€. Despite the Jefferson Airplane-styled vocals that are present, the focal point of this track has to be the atmospheric arrangements that dominate during the chorus. Where most acts would keep the cover songs to the end of their CD, Midnight Movies are able to really give the track a life that effectively gives them a pass. The second track is â€œShould Have Knownâ€ and it links the psychedelic sound of the introductory track with a Breeders-style approach to alternative music and a hint of Ministry-esque industrial. Continue reading “Midnight Movies â€“ Nights EP”
OST: Sudden Impact / 2008 Aleph / 22 Tracks / http://www.schifrin.com /
Sudden Impact is a film, released in 1983, that features Clint Eastwood. It is also the 4th movie in the Dirty Harry series. Lalo Schifrin was tapped to make the score for this film, after being replaced in eir duties by Jerry Fielding for â€œThe Enforcerâ€. The first track on this score is the â€œMain Titleâ€ track, and it really seems to show its age. This means that there is a lot of electronic, sequenced types of drums and a very primitive style of scratching, over which a police scanner track is laid over. The one thing that individuals can immediately get behind on this score is the energy with which each of the compositions is couched. Continue reading “OST: Sudden Impact”