The Jezabels are an indie rock band from Sydney, New South Wales that formed in 2007.
"Pop is a weird word," the singer said in a statement. "But as you get older and more experienced you do tend to have a greater appreciation of simplicity. We were growing into it with Prisoner, but now I think we have a better understanding of simple ideas communicated effectively, rather than piling all this stuff in because you think it's beautiful."
The Sex Pistols with their manager Malcolm McLaren signing a new contract with A&M Records after being dropped from EMI, outside Buckingham Palace, March 10, 1977. The contract was terminated after one week.
Rich Girls is the solo project of Luisa Black (The Blacks). After the break-up of her SF/NY-based garage trio in 2010, Black was reluctant to assemble a new band. Instead she began work on a series of demos, writing and recording the full band instrumentation herself.
Official video of Billy Idol performing White Wedding Part 1 from the album Billy Idol. Directed by David Mallet, the music video featuring Idol attending a gothic wedding is one of his best-known videos. The bride in the music video is played by Perri Lister, Idol's real-life girlfriend at the time.
THE NATIONAL: Mistaken for Strangers is a new documentary about the National. It's directed by Tom Berninger, brother of frontman Matt Berninger, and it follows the band on their tour behind 2010's High Violet-- and tells the story of Tom's ill-fated role as the band's assistant tour manager.
The Toronto/Montreal art partnership YAMANTAKA // SONIC TITAN, rock opera carries all the latter connotations of the nexus between tradition and irreverence, performance art and unbridled noise. The duality of fusing Old World classicism with New World innovation goes to the very core of the group—their name is a melding of the Buddhist “terminator of death” deity with a song title by seminal stoner doom band Sleep. They describe themselves as “Noh-wave”, a nod to both classical Japanese drama and the nihilistic art-punk scene of a pre-Giuliani New York City.