Laura Marling going punk? Trent Reznor's Girl with Dragon Tattoo free download, Lady Gaga covers herself in Cheerios in new video and more... Daily Hot List
Friday, 2 December
Is Laura Marling planning a punk-rock side project? "I think I might be coming into my electric phase," the singer recently revealed. "My first love was punk, and my current love is punk, so maybe there's a punk album coming, though I probably wouldn't do it under my name."
Six tracks from Trent Reznor's much anticipated Girl With the Dragon Tattoo film score are now available to download for free. "We laughed, we cried, we lost our minds and in the process made some of the most beautiful and disturbing music of our careers," said Reznor of putting together the soundtrack.
Lady Gaga has made a 14 minute music video for new single, Marry the Night. The short film was directed by the singer herself and features her painting her hair blue in the bath, covering herself in Cheerios and enjoying a light spot of arson.
Did you know Morrissey was once the subject of a colouring book? This 1993 book depicting the Smiths frontman performing everyday office tasks is amazing.
Eminem features on a new song by Young Jeezy called Talk To Me. Emerging rapper Freddie Gibbs also guests on the track.
Daniel Auerbach has confessed that The Black Keys' sucess "freaks me the fuck out". "I'm 31, I've built my whole life around this and there's a new record and I honestly don't know what's going to happen," says the guitarist. "We get people going, You're going to be the biggest band in America in six months. I guess that's possible. But we could also be being made fun of everywhere."
What's your favourite B-side? The Ravonettes' Sune Rose Wagner has written us a guest column on the art of shaping the ultimate flip side.
Want to hear a new Edwyn Collins song? The track below is due to be released on a forthcoming singles collection on 12 December from his new label AED. It will also feature on her new album, Understated, due for release next summer.
EDWYN COLLINS - Down The Line by Analogue Enhanced Digital
Emeli Sande, Beth Jeans Houghton and We Are Augustines are among the acts set to play the 2012 HMV Next Big Thing sessions early next year.
Tinie Tempah performed Passout live on The X-Factor USA earlier this week.
Florence Welch has claimed new album Ceremonials an album for the iPod generation. "I think this album is definitely kind of a reflection of like having an iPod," she explained. "Just picking bits from soul, bits from even hop hop influences, and it's that mix of styles that really influences me."
MGMT have a new music video for their track, All We Ever Wanted Was Everything, taken from their recent Late Night Tales release.
Elbow, Biffy Clyro, Noah and the Whale, The Vaccines, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Example are among the acts to have been announced for next year's Isle Of Wight Festival. They join Bruce Springsteen who is set to headline the festival taking place on 22-24 June.
Today's Track Of The Day is Charlie Brown by Coldplay.
That's it for today. More Hot List on Monday at noon.
12:00 PM | 02/12/2011
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