FYI: Savages Television Debut, Jack White Saves a Temple

June 5, 2013 By:

Beck is planning not one, but two new albums. You should cheer with excitement not once, but twice. (Rolling Stone)

The latest singer to lend their talents to the recovery efforts following the Oklahoma tornado tragedy is Carrie Underwood.  She’ll do a tribute to the victims during the CMT Music Awards. (The Associated Press)

Doing a two-song set, Savages tore it the hell up ...during their television debut on "Late Night."  (Pitchfork)

So, Oasis might be getting back together. It’s not a coincidence that this is the 20th anniversary of their album Definitely Maybe. (NME)

Because you all liked their new album so much, Queens of the Stone Age might make a feature film out of their animated videos. Also, Quentin Tarantino or Tim Burton could direct. No, we’re not kidding. (NME)

Jessie J, Rita Ora and Ellie Goulding not only can kick it behind a mic, they look great too! But you probably already knew that. (PopCrush)

Back in the studio for her third LP, Sara Bareilles is sharing the experience with fans in a web series called “Sara Bareilles Makes a Record.” (Billboard)

Miley Cyrus is really excited (high) about her new single “We Can’t Stop.” (PopCrush)

Here’s a snippet of Kanye West’s new single “New Slaves” that you probably didn’t get to see live last month. (Idolator)

Jack White pretty much saves indie rock every time he picks up a guitar. Turns out he also saved Detroit’s Masonic Temple. (USA Today)

Their debut album came with cheers from critics. Danish duo Quadron says Michael Jackson was a huge influence. (Billboard)

Las Vegas is getting a non-EDM oriented music festival. It runs October 26 and 27, and the lineup is freakin’ sick. (SPIN)