Sunday, 18 April 2010

Fool's day, new Blur song available to download for free

After having sold out completely the limited 1.000 copies edition of 7 inch vinyl, Blur's discography have made the new song available for download in good sound quality through the official band's website You can dowload it both in mp3 or uncompressed wav file.

Blur’s manager Chris Morrison has said it is important that the song was made available to fans legally. "To avoid fans having to illegally obtain an inferior copy of this track from pirate sites – we have made it freely available through the band’s website".

That's a praiseworthy act from EMI.
So, come on... Catch up your free and good quality digital copy ;)

Saturday, 17 April 2010

City hall, Graham's new song

Probably you've already heard about it and even listened to it. Last night Graham and his band presented this new song at Evo Music Rooms tv programme on Channel 4. A freshly noise, electronic and psychedelic sound.

I'm thrilled. Could this mean a new album is coming soon? Ahhhh... We'll stay tunned :)

Saturday, 10 April 2010

Blur to release new songs

Yesterday I read with puzzlement the news. Blur have been recording new material two weeks ago and the songs will be released next april 17, according to NME. I felt that familiar sweet mixture of exictement and nostalgia.

That's really good news. The bad news is that it will only be 1000 copies on sale because it's a limited edition in seven inch vinyl format and apparently will only be sold in some independent record stores in the Uk to celebrate the Record Store Day, which takes place every year to promote independent record shops.

That's their first release together since Good song in 2003. It goes backer if we take into account Graham, so probably it's the first release with the four original members of the band since 1999 (for me, Blur without Graham was never the same).

Wish good luck to those who have the chance to buy one copy ;)

Sunday, 4 April 2010

Barbican show on Channel 4 next april 16th

More great great news! The Barbican show will be on telly, we don't know if the full-lenght show or a short one.
If you have the opportunity (cause I unfortunately don't), tune in to Channel 4: