Daily Round-Up For September 10, 2013
Whatâ€™s up, music lovers? Welcome to the Daily Round-Up, redOrbitâ€™s assemblage of all the latest and greatest music news of the day. Letâ€™s get right down to business!
Miley Cyrus just keeps making noise, doesnâ€™t she? Today the controversial pop star released the music video for her new single Wrecking Ball. Just a heads up, if you thought her skimpy outfits were too much, you ainâ€™t seen nothing yet. The video is technically safe for work, but still, use caution. The link is at 2dopeboyz.
Shoegaze pioneers My Bloody Valentine have announced a new and expansive tour of North America for the rest of 2013. There are quite a lot of dates on their schedule, so go check and see if theyâ€™re coming to a town near you! The link is at Stereogum.
Now that Eminem has made his return and has started the promotional campaign for his new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, it seems we get some news every day from the rapper. Today, the way-too-fun music video for his new track Berzerk premiered. And, with appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Kid Rock, Slaughterhouse, Yelawolf, and Rick Rubin, the video is just an incredibly entertaining experience. Eminem is back to his old self! You can check it out back at Stereogum.
The internet has been absolutely exploding with speculation and anticipation for the new Arcade Fire record. So today, when they released the interactive music video for their new single Reflektor, everyone came unglued. And for good reason too, because the song and the video are both very cool! You can check it all out back at Stereogum. The band also announced that they would play the season premiere of Saturday Night Live, days before their album is expected to drop. You can check out that story as well, also back at Stereogum.
MGMT have made their upcoming self-titled new record available for streaming this week! Ever since the band hit it big with the singles Time To Pretend, Electric Feel and Kids, everything MGMT has done over the past years, has been hotly anticipated and speculated upon. And this album is no exception. Make sure to check out the album stream by heading back to Stereogum.
Elvis Costello and The Roots also put their new collaborative album up for streaming through NPR Musicâ€™s First Listen program. Be sure to check it out along with the other available albums back at NPR.
And that is all the news we have for today folks! Hope you have a great day! You can check out my other articles here. Have questions, comments, suggestions, or love?Â Or do you have an opinion on any of the music featured in todayâ€™s Round-Up? Iâ€™m dying to hear from you!Â As always, you can contact me through my email, or through Twitter @RobinCopple1. If you would like, I can include your message in a future edition of the Round-Up!
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