Posts tagged "Mark Lanegan"

Mark Lanegan Career Retrospective Promises a Dozen Unheard Tracks

Mark Lanegan has the type of itinerant career that cries out for a single, career-spanning anthology. He's about to get one. The solo artist, former…
Marc Hogan / October 30, 2013

See Mark Lanegan and Martina Topley-Bird Bathe the xx’s ‘Crystalised’ in Moonlight

Mark Lanegan and trip-hop seductress Martina Topley-Bird have joined ranks with Warpaint for a haunted cover of the xx's stunning debut single, "Crystalised." The gruff-voiced…
Kyle McGovern / September 25, 2013

Hear Mark Lanegan’s Boozy, Heartbroken Cover of the Twilight Singers’ ‘Deepest Shade’

Mark Lanegan’s next album consists entirely of covers — it’s a full-length tribute to the music of his childhood. “When I was a kid i…
Kyle McGovern / August 28, 2013

Moby Refuses to Leave His Neighborhood to Tour Star-Studded October Album

Moby will return this fall with his 11th studio album, Innocents. The follow-up to 2011's Destroyed. will arrive in early October, the 47-year-old announced on hi…
Kyle McGovern / July 1, 2013

Mark Lanegan and Moby Pass ‘The Lonely Night’ With Bleak, Breathtaking Video

Mark Lanegan, prolific, bourbon-voiced hermit, unveiled his Josh Homme co-written theme song for Anthony Bourdain new show earlier today, and now the video for Lanegan’…
Daniel Kreps / April 15, 2013

Josh Homme and Mark Lanegan Share Sha-La-La-ing Anthony Bourdain Theme Song

Queens of the Stone Age have a long history of collaborations with Anthony Bourdain. SPIN once even interviewed the TV chef about it. QOTSA, of…
Marc Hogan / April 15, 2013

Inside Mad Season’s ‘Above’ Reissue: Watch a Mini-Doc With Rare Footage and Interviews

“I remember that we laughed a lot,” says Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin, of writing Above, the lone (and beloved) 1995 release from Seattle supergrou…
David Bevan / February 27, 2013

Mark Lanegan Completes Queens of the Stone Age Classic-Lineup Reunion

The missing piece from Queens of the Stone Age’s star-studded lineup of album guests is missing no more. Mark Lanegan will appear on the new…
Marc Hogan / January 29, 2013

ATP 2012: How Was the Festival’s First New York City Staycation?

In its fifth year on America's East Coast, the 2012 All Tomorrow's Parties festival was the first to be docked in Manhattan, as the organizer…
Christopher R. Weingarten / September 24, 2012

Gone With the Flow: QOTSA’s ‘Songs for the Deaf’ Turns 10

There's a 30-second snatch of "First It Giveth," off Queens of the Stone Age's now 10-year-old Songs for the Deaf, that never stops being surprising.
David Marchese / August 27, 2012
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