Digital Digest: Revealing Tweets? Glastonbury to end? Morrissey goes off dogs? and more
Radiohead announced the release of new album King of Limbs in pretty cloak-and-dagger fashion and are they about to do likewise with a tour this summer? Jay Electronica tweeted – it has subsequently been taken down – that he’s supporting them in Manchester next month.
The rumour mill online is suggesting Glastonbury will soon – well in a few years – be no more. Glasswerk has looked at what the future may be for ‘The Big Festival’...
Laura Marling has released a new video and tracklist ahead of new album A Creature I Don’t Know. The video goes by the same name and is up on YouTube while the tracklist can be found on a number of sites including The Blue Walrus and Music Fan’s Mic.
Lee Scratch Perry will be performing a live jam this evening, from Zurich, which you can watch live from 9pm (GMT) at Electronic Beats.
A lot of sites have been getting quite excited by the fact Morrissey has broken his finger after being bitten by a dog – Spinner is one of them.
Simian Mobile Disco have made their next EP available for streaming on Soundcloud. Called Gizzard the package includes two versions and a remix by Psycatron.
We Were Promised Jetpacks have made a track from their new album In the Pit of the Stomach available for free. Act on Impulse is free from the band’s website as well as a list of upcoming tour dates.
Red Bull are streaming the Neptunes produced track Trouble on My Mind by Pusha T ft. Tyler the Creator.