The Net is a huge and bizarre place. Addicting, yes, but still filled with lots of people writing (and doing) insane stuff. From the farthest, untouched, nether regions of the Web I bring you another links round-up that I’m sure will make you wonder, laugh, or scratch your head in shock. Here’s the list:
One of the most important news items this week is Australia. “Announce Australian Tour Dates Written by Mike Hohnen on 12th July, 2012 Die! … Recorded in France, the team, who usually maintain a strong sense of DIY, enlisted the expertise of Chris Townend (Portishead, D12, Violent Femmes) the result of which was a sound that fused their punk rock mind state with some of the stability of pop music elements, and of course injected the thing with plenty of their live performance pizzaz” said musicfeeds.com.au.
Radiohead has been discussed pretty widely recently, which is hardly surprising given recent events. Here are some of the sites with interesting links for us.
– Video: Radiohead returns to the stage, performs “Treefingers” live for first time – “On Tuesday night, Radiohead returned to the stage atLes Aromatic hydrocarbon in Nimes, Francefor their first performance since last month’s tragic stage collapse in Toronto, which resulted in the death of drum tech Scott Johnson” – said consequenceofsound.net
– Radiohead Salute Scott Johnson from www.clashmusic.com
– Watch: Radiohead Honour Fallen Team Member from musicfeeds.com.au
Now Coldplay is just everywhere at the moment, and we are pretty sure you want to know the details. Coldplay Create Comic To Explain Origins Of Mylo Xyloto Album – “For those curious about the meaning behind the peculiar title of Coldplay’s last album, Mylo Xyloto, you’re about to be enlightened: the band has announced a comic book series that will tell the origin story of the Mylo Xyloto character” – said newsroom.mtv.com Why don’t you read this link for the inside info on it – Coldplay Launch Comic Series For ‘Mylo Xyloto’ – musicfeeds.com.au
– Coldplay is coming up with Mylo Xyloto comic book – blog.muchmusic.com
Be sure to check in soon for more links. If you didn’t read it here, it probably never happened!