Once again the future does one thing really good: it makes it so we don't have to wait for the future to hear new music. Though Alt-J's new album isn't due out until next week, the future has made it possible for you to hear it now.
The downside is the stream is on Spotify, so by the time you actually hear any of the album it may actually be next Tuesday and you can just buy it. Spotify works okay on my phone, but I only open it on my desktop when I feel like crashing my computer.
If you manage to hear it, let us know how it is.
Alt-J will be performing at The Complex on October 27th. Get your tickets for that show here.
Radio From Hell interviews the charming Margaret Cho.
Bill: Did you just do a pilot?
Margaret Cho: I just did a pilot earlier this year with the wonderful people that worked on 30 rock with me well, I worked with them. Tina Fay, Robert Carlock, Matt Hubbard and so that ended up not happening and ended up doing something else. It’s.. uh.. more like I..I want to get back to doing standup comedy and getting back out there so the new show that I’m doing tonight is called There’s no I in team but there is a Cho in Psycho.
Margaret Cho is Performing September 11-13 at WiseGuys Comedy
Not only are we getting new, bigger, slimmer iPhones this month, but we are getting the new U2 album today and it's free. If you are already an iTunes subscriber just go into the iTunes store, click on "purchased' link on the right hand side and download it as you have already purchased it for $0.00 whether you like it or not. If you aren't an iTunes subscriber you have 5 weeks to sign up and get it for free.
The band announced the offering after performing at the Apple announcement today, which can as a surprise because the band had said the album would be pushed to 2015. Lies! Then again, the band also said they wouldn't be at the event just two days ago.
You can watch the keynote and more about the event here.
Jon Smith takes on Salt Lake Comic Con! We get Ernie Hudson to say lines from Ghostbusters, we hang with The Aquabats, and have fun with some cosplayers!
Thankfully this time there were no broken bones!
Bush dropped a new song on us late tonight from their upcoming album, "Man on the Run." The album will be out on October 21st, which you can pre-order here.
This, of course, is the follow up to 2011's "Sea of Horses."
01. Just Like My Other Sins
02. Man On The Run
03. The Only Way Out
04. The Gift
05. This House Is On Fire
06. Loneliness Is A Killer
07. Bodies In Motion
08. Broken In Paradise
10. Dangerous Love
11. Eye Of The Storm
12. Let Yourself Go
13. Speeding Through The Bright Lights
14. The Golden Age
You can read more about the upcoming album and track from USA Today
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