Digital Digest: M83, gummy fetus, Dum Dum Girls and more
The Flaming Lips have again turned jelly-manufactures, this time releasing gummy fetuses with a USB hidden in the developing body containing three new tracks.
Noel Gallagher has told fans he won’t be offering any of his music as a free download. Contact Music has the full story, where the ex-Oasis man said: "No free downloads. I value my music. I don't sit in a studio, and f**king make it up as I go along, and go, 'This one's free, then.”
This is not something the Dum Dum Girls are doing though, who have made track Coming Down available to download from their forthcoming album, Only in Dreams. Head over to Addict Music to get your hands on it.
Sir Paul McCartney will soon release a documentary highlighting his experience in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. The Beatles frontman was grounded on a flight in New York when the attacks occurred and had to stay in the city as a consequence – more at Music News.