Hear a song from The Vaccines new album, Mumford & Sons set LP date, Elvis' tomb up for sale, Madonna covers Lady Gaga... Daily Hot List
Tuesday, 29 May - Q312 out today
The Vaccines have premiered No Hope, a new song from their second album, The Vaccines Come Of Age, which is due for release on 3 September. A full UK tour is also planned for later this year, with dates set to be announced soon.
Mumford & Sons will release their second album on 24 September, Dutch radio 3FM is claiming.
Elvis Presley's original crypt are been auctioned off. The tomb, which has a starting of $100,000 and cannot be moved, in Memphis where the singer's body rested for around two months before being moved to Graceland is part of a two day sale in June which also includes a cigarette packet signed by The Beatles and the robe Amy Winehouse wore in the Rehab video.
Listen to Bobby Womack's collaboration with Lana Del Rey, taken from his new album The Bravest Man In The Universe.
Kanye West reported only eats of Hermes plates worth £700 each. Of course he has his golden cutlery woth £4.5k to go with it... possibly.
How does new music get on the radio? In the case of Radio 1 is comes through Huw Stephens' show. Q sat in with the DJ last week.
Justin Bieber is under investigation after an incident with a photographer who was trying to take his picture led to a "physical altercation".
Robin Gibb's family are planning a public memorial for the late Bee Gee. The singer will be buried at a private funeral in June, but a memorial service will be held at St Paul's in London in September. His family have also confirmed that Gibb's death was caused by kidney failure resulting from sedatives he took for the side of effects of chemotherapy and not the cancer he was had been treated for which was in remission.
Read an extract from Wilko Johnson's book with author Zoe Howe, Looking Back At Me, about Canvey Island.
Watch Madonna performing part of Lady Gaga's Born This Way as she rehearses for her world tour in Tel Aviv (via Vulture.com).
Professor Green says Ian Brown personally invited him to support The Stone Roses at Heaton Park in Manchester, "We were working on a song for my first album and we never ended up finishing it," says Green. "Then out the blue I got an email from him saying sorry that didn't happen but would you like to support us? I wasn't going to say no, was I?"
Slash's famous hat is not the original... shock horror. "I had a couple stolen," the guitarist admitted. "I had one stolen and I got it back because the guy who stole it was dumb enough to try to sell it on eBay, and I had another one stolen in a bar that I passed out in, and I never did get that one back."
Congratulations to Kasabian's Tom Meighan who has become a dad. His girlfriend gave birth to a girl a couple of weeks ago, but the singer has only just made the new public.
Meanwhile Kasabian Live! Live At The 02 will be screened at selected cinemas nationwide tomorrow.
Alt-J and Emmy The Great are among the raft of support acts to be announced for this summer's Summer Series at Somerset House (7-19 July).
The Hives new album, Lex Hives, is streaming online in full.
The reunited Beach Boys will play a UK date at London's Wembley Arena on 28 September. Tickets go on sale this Friday.
Check out this video from electronic music artist J.Views, which includes a stop motion section made from 300 fans photographing themselves holding up images and sending them back to the filmmakers (via Petapixel.com).
Today's Track Of The Day is The Stone Roses with Waterfall
That's it for today. More Hot List tomorrow at noon.
12:00 PM | 29/05/2012
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