Thom Yorke's supegroup, of sorts, with famed Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, Beck drummer Joey Waronker, bassist extraordinaire Flea and Mauro Refesco have finally got themselves a game. York announced the news on the newly crowned 'Best Blog' Dead Air Space.»
Red Hot Chili Peppers News
Anthony Kiedis, singer with mega-popular funk-rockers Red Hot Chili Peppers, has compared the world of internet porn to the evil world of evil drugs...»
Who’d have thought it? A good few weeks in and still ‘Grace Kelly’ is doing it for the people of Britain. Well, for the people of Britain who don’t like music, anyway...»
That anger's a gift is a given, but the chances of Rage Against The Machine playing this year's Coachella Valley Music (and Arts) Festival, not so. But they bloody well are, y'know...»
The veteran synth-rock trio took home the award for the Best Group category at the Justin Timberlake-hosted event in Copenhagen. Recently in the news for totally non-musical reasons sort Madonna was nominated in three categories - Best Pop Act, Best Female and Best Album - yet won nothing...»
This year's nominees for the annual Q Awards, the award ceremony offspring of dad-rock bible Q magazine, have been announced. Whoa, there, Q - way to get radical on our arses...»
Red Hot Chili Peppers' retarded funk-rock may have been forgotten by all but a few (million) idiots still wishing it was 1991 while watching Point Break on repeat, but their much-repeated formula has wowed those responsible for the MTV Video Music Awards nominations: the LA group are up for seven gongs...»
DiS does like to play pop, from time to time, but for every ‘Back In Black’ there’s a ‘SexyBack’ just around the bend to trip you over with its initially impressive skitter and slide. To ensure you don’t suffer likewise, we’ll do our very utmost to provide you with a weekly guide to what’s what, chart-wise. So, here’s the runners and riders – and fallers and non-starters – for the week beginning July 17. THAT’S TODAY. Wow, the Romans were great…»
Kerrang! magazine held their annual awards ceremony last night in London. Lots of loud rock bands and long-haired journalists were kept off the streets for the night as the results were announced. And here they are... Best Single: Good Charlotte - 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous'»
John Frusciante has a new solo LP in the pipeline, and a release date of late 2003 has been pencilled in. The untitled work will be finished up and mixed during his breaks on the By The Way tour. Fellow Chilis Chad Smith and Flea helped out, as did friend Josh Klinghoffer who c»
Experimental jazzpunkwhatever bandits The Mars Volta have added more dates to their live shows this spring. The band, whose members include former At The Drive-In singer Cedric Bixler and guitarist Omar Rodriguez, are already scheduled to play a short string of dates with the R»
Organisers of V2003, the UK's premier commerical rock festival (where everyone gets loads of free try-outs and perfume supplements and stuff) has announced it's two headiners... They will be Coldplay and Red Hot Chilli Peppers. The event will take place on August 16th and August 17»
Forty-something SoCal rock legends, the Red Hot Chilli Peppers are to release a new single, ‘Can’t Stop’ next month. The track, the third to be taken from their ‘By The Way’ album, will be released on February 3rd, a month before the band hit the UK for a short tour. The activity caps a four-y»
The two afro'd parts of At The Drive-In are touring stadiums already? And working with superstars? Cedric and Omar's band The Mars Volta have nearly finished recording their debut album in L.A. with Rick Rubin who's worked with SOAD, RHCP and RunDMC. We've heard that Flea (RHCP) plays bass on the re»
Funk Rockers the Red Hot Chili Peppers release a new album, 'By The Way' on July 8th via Warner Brothers.
Recorded with Rick Rubin (producer of Slayer and Run-DMC, amongst others), the album features the following tracks...
'By The Way'
'This Is The Place' <»
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, one of the latest in a string of bands to release a live video and DVD, do so in December via Warner. Titled 'Off The Map', It features 18 songs performed live at a gig in Portland, Oregon, in September 2000 and the DVD version will also feature an additional f»
Bristol musician (how else can you desribe him?) Tricky is set to release his third album and has enlisted a list of collaborators to help him. Titled 'Blowback', it is set for a June 26 release and features contributions from artists as eclectic as Alanis Morissette, Ed Kowalczyk (lea»
Foo Fighters and Feeder to play the V festivals
It's that time of year when festival line-ups are revealed and here is some advance information on who will be playing at V2001 this year.
Faithless and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers have already revealed on their web sites that the»