Digital Digest: Wayne Coyne, Jamie Woon, Arctic Monkeys and more
The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne continues to make what is commonly regarded as ridiculous seem normal and make himself the most unpredictable yet fantastic man around. This time, he has wedded two people on stage in Canada – while the bride and groom were dressed as characters from the Wizard of Oz. See it to believe it on YouTube (there is some choice language).
The Mahogany Blog have launched the festival editions of their video session – starting with Jamie Woon at Lounge on the Farm. Performing Street and the exclusive Blue Truth, head over to check it out and stay tuned for more from the likes of Michael Kiwanuka.
Speculation is rife online as to whether the Arctic Monkeys are about to start a bidding war between major labels. Their deal with Domino is coming up and a bit like the football transfer window, there are a number of suitors after the Sheffield band. In the News has more.
Clips from Lenny Kravitz’s new album, Black and White America, have emerged online featuring guest vocals from Jay Z and Drake – have a listen at Rap Up.
Pitchfork TV have the new video from American chillwave artist, Toro y Moi, called How I Know.
Details of Wilco’s new album, The Whole Love, have surfaced online – the Music Fix one site with tracklist and release date.
Best Coast have premiered the full version of their video for Our Deal. Directed by American sweetheart Drew Barrymore, you can watch it on YouTube.
And Belgian dance producer Aeroplane has remixed George Michael – yes that’s right. Listen to Faith re-done with a big bassline on Soundcloud.