Adele 'singing nursery rhymes' rather than recording, Foo Fighters writing new album, Beach Boys won't reunite again... Music News Daily
Tuesday, 12 February
Adele says she has been too busy being a mum to work on her third album. The singer who won a Grammy at the weekend, is in Los Angeles until the Oscars but has done little recording. "I'm not very far along at all," she explained. "I'm having lots of meetings. I've been in LA for the whole time since the Golden Globes, and I will be until the Oscars. I've been having lots of meetings. I've been out of the loop really. I've been singing my baby nursery rhymes, so I don't really know what's cool and what's not." However one name, of course, is already in the frame for her next record: "I'm definitely going to visit Paul Epworth and stuff like that again."
Foo Fighters have started writing a new album according to Dave Grohl. Meanwhile his Sound City Players will play a one off gig at the London Forum a week today (19 February).
Listen to A Tattered Line Of String, a previously unreleased track from Ben Gibbard's recently reformed The Postal Service project.
Brian Wilson says he "doubts" original The Beach Boys will ever reunite again.
Franz Ferdinand, Miles Kane and Bat For Lashes producer Dan Carey has launched his own label - one catch, all its singles have to be recorded in a single day. See track of the day below for more details.
Here's the video for Drake's new song, Started From The Bottom. An album, called Nothing Was The Same, will be released later this year.
Bradford Cox says he has plenty of songs to choose from for Deerhunter's next record - 250 in fact. He added the album is being recorded with special mood lighting at overnight sessions. "We're living in neon lights," explained Cox. "We bring a fog machine everywhere we go. A lot of what happens is one large experiment with colour and light and sound."
Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Tom Odell, AlunaGeorge, Ed Harcourt and King Krule are among the first acts to be named for this year's Great Escape. The multi-venue festival takes place in Brighton between 16 and 18 May.
Listen to Wakin On A Pretty Day, the title track from Kurt Vile's new album, which is out on 8 April.
Paloma Faith is to star in a film about the early days of the British punk scene.
Noel Gallagher's favourite member of Girl's Aloud is Kimberley Walsh, so now you know. The former Oasis man flattered the singer when he asked her to play a Teenage Cancer Trust show, which he is curating this year, but it clashed with a tour.
However Echo & The Bunnymen are free and will play the TCT supporting Primal Scream at the Royal Albert Hall on 21 March.
Listen to the title track from British Sea Power's new album, Machineries Of Joy, out 1 April.
New Order and sleeve designer Peter Saville recall the creation of Blue Monday.
Paul Weller's daughter, Leah, is on the cover of this month's Tatler.
Haim will release new EP, Falling on 1 April. Listen to the lead track now.
Axl Rose has had a lawsuit against Guitar Hero thrown out. The Guns'N'Roses man claimed he only permitted Welcome To The Jungle could be used if the game didn't feature any Velvet Revolver songs. They not only featured, but a computerised version of Slash appeared on the cover. Unfortunately for Rose his legal proceedings have failed because filed his claim three year's after the game's release... there's a two-year statute of limitations on such actions in the States.
Today's Track Of The Day is Speedy Wunderground feat Steve Mason & Emiliana Torriniwith I Go Out
That's it for today. Music News Daily returns tomorrow at lunchtime.
12:00 PM | 12/02/2013
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