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    • The Libertines Announce New Album, Share “Gunga Din” Video
      Last night The Libertines announced their first album in 11 years, since 2004's self-titled album. This is after the band announced last year that they were reforming and started playing shows together again.
    • Listen: Crystal Castles - “Decide”
      Crystal Castles are currently working on their new album. It'll be their first without vocalist Alice Glass, who departed the band last year. 
    • Tame Impala - The Under the Radar Cover Story
      It's Saturday morning in early March in Perth, and Kevin Parker's normally laid-back demeanor is beginning to crack. He has five days to finish up his third Tame Impala record—mastering sessions begin in New York City on Wednesday—and over half of the album's songs are still incomplete. 
    • Watch Jarvis Cocker Explain His “20 Golden Greats” Project and Record New Music
      Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker has teamed up with Red Bull Paris for the "20 Golden Greats" project. It's an exhibition at their art space in Paris (at 12 Mail, 75002 Paris, France) that is currently running until August 28.
    • Doomed #1
      Taking a look at the inside of S.T.A.R. Labs from an intern's perspective is pretty cool.
    • Watch: New Trailer and Poster Released For “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”
      New trailer teases storylines and characters in the prequel series to the cult classic film. 
    • Feels Like
      If there is one aspect of Bully's breathless, hyperactive sound that befits their moniker on Feels Like, it is Alicia Bognanno's gloriously ragged power-tool of a voice—shrieking and rasping from amongst the dark corners and feedback of the record to force your ears against the lyrics in a way that the most compelling singers always do.
    • A Murder in the Park
      A Murder in the Park argues that a journalism professor’s sense of activism—as an opponent of the death penalty—freed a murderer from prison while an innocent man paid for his crime.
    • All-Star Section Eight #1
      Side characters in Garth Ennis and John McCrea's Hitman the team called Section Eight is back courtesy of the original creators in this darkly hilarious new miniseries.
    • Listen: Beach House - “Sparks” (Updated with Soundcloud Stream)
      Baltimore duo Beach House (Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally) are sharing tracks from their forthcoming new album the old fashioned way, via the radio. Back in May the band announced Depression Cherry, their fifth album and the follow-up to 2012's Bloom.
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    • The Libertines Unveil 'Gunga Din' July 2, 2015
      It's here...The Libertines are set to release new album 'Anthem For Doomed Youth' later this year, the band's first full length statement in over a decade. Ahead of this, the band have unveiled fresh track 'Gunga Din'. Already a highlight of their live set, it's prime Libertine fare – choppy guitar lines, rock solid percuss […]
    • Listen: Crystal Castles - 'Deicide' July 2, 2015
      Check it out now...Crystal Castles re-emerged from the ether earlier this year, with Ethan Kath opting to continue without Alice Glass. New track 'Deicide' went live a few moments ago, and opens in blissful territory before becoming a metallic, techno-tinged production. Check it out now. Buy Clash Magazine
    • Premiere: Pleasurekraft x Tiger Stripes - 'Primed (Kraftek)' July 2, 2015
      Check it out now...A Trans-Atlantic experience, Pleasurekraft - Kaveh Soroush (USA) and Kalle Ronngardh (Sweden) - match a heavyweight lust for sound with a relentless rhythmic chassis. Building lush house tapestries with a physical sense of groove, Pleasurekraft are continually looking for fresh minds to bring to the party. 'Primed (Kraftek)' find […]
    • The Orb - Moonbuilding 2703 AD July 2, 2015
      Still breaking new ground after all these years...Coming off the back of their recent collaborations with premier league music luminaries like Pink Floyd's Dave Gilmour, ('Metallic Spheres'), and Lee 'Scratch' Perry, ('The Orbserver In The Star House'/'More Tales From The Orbservatory'), 'Moonbuilding 2703 AD […]
    • SIGNAL Mix 003 - Copout July 2, 2015
      New York producer delivers a blinding instalment...The third mix in our SIGNAL series comes from NYC-based producer Copout, following the release of his excellent new EP on Liminal Sounds, 'Bardo'. A producer keep to explore the club in new ways, his sound, (as illustrated by the relationship between dark & light on 'Bardo'), melds to […]
    • Premiere: Fred Abbott - 'Adrenaline Shot' July 2, 2015
      Noah & The Whale guitarist goes solo...Noah & The Whale shuddered to a halt earlier this year, with each band member signalling their intention to go it alone. Guitar player Fred Abbott is straight out of the blocks, with debut solo single 'Adrenaline Shot' set to emerge shortly. It's a breezy piece of indie rock, with the guitarist ad […]
    • Lupa J - Quiet Here July 2, 2015
      Just 17 years old...Sydney's Lupa J is just 17 years old. Real name Imogen Jones , the multi-talented, multi-disciplined newcomer carries herself with the air of an artist who knows what she wants to achieve. Writing, producing, recording and shooting the video for 'Quiet Here', her devastating approach to pop of an electronic bent is utterly […]
    • Dornik - 'Drive' July 2, 2015
      Unstoppable R&B talent...Dornik simply burns with talent. Essentially an R&B artist, the singer takes his inspiration from anywhere - pop, funk... even metal. Signalling the release of his debut album, new single 'Drive' is already turning heads. Incredibly stylised, Dornik seems to conjure his own world using just a few notes. Director Sam […]
    • Brandon Flowers - The Desired Effect July 2, 2015
      A slight mis-fire...Talent and results – they accrue goodwill. There's a trade-off somewhere, an unspoken consensus between artist and listener, that they provide great music, and in return we allow them room to experiment and develop. In constructing 'Hot Fuss', one of the defining indie-rock albums of the '00s, Brandon Flowers accumulat […]
    • Their Library: Spector July 2, 2015
      Fred MacPherson reveals his literary tastes...Spector have always had a literary flair. It's there in the band's lyrics for a start - check out the subtle evocation of austerity-era ennui in 'All The Sad Young Men' or even the complex characterisation in 'Bad Boyfriend'. New album 'Moth Boys' will be released on August […]
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David Gilmour “Wish You Were Here”

Posted by falconi5 on February 8, 2011

A nice clean, crisp, acoustic version.

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