Tom DeLonge Posts ‘To the Stars’ Tracklist


While the newly revamped Blink-182 took the stage last night in California to show off the line-up, former singer Tom DeLonge was taking care of his own business.

After the smoke had somewhat settled from the back and forth between the three members of the band, DeLonge announced that tracks he had recorded for that now defunct Blink album would be put together with some other previously unreleased songs to compile a solo album.

DeLonge already released the lead single from the album, a track titled “New World” and has followed that up by revealing the full track list for To the Stars: Demos, Odds, and Ends.

Check out the complete. eight-track list below.


1. “New World”
2. “An Endless Summer”
3. “Suburban Kings”
4. “The Invisible Parade”
5. “Circle-Jerk-Pit”
6. “Landscapes”
7. “Animals”
“8. Golden Showers in the Golden State”

To the Stars: Demos, Odds, and Ends will be released through DeLonge’s label, To the Stars, on April 20.

In a recent post on Twitter, DeLonge also revealed his plan to release not just one, but a total of four new album in 2015. Quite the feat if he comes through.

Last December, DeLonge and his band, Angels and Airwaves released their fifth studio album, The Dream Walker.

Mumford and Sons’ New Album Gets Release Date

It’s official, Mumford and Sons will be releasing their new studio album this May.

Last week, the indie band posted a cryptic message on Twitter to fans which featured a link to a video and a simple message telling them to look forward to some big news on Monday (today).

The British band’s third record will be titled Wilder Mind and will be released on May 5th through Island Records and Universal Music.

But the release date isn’t the only thing that was revealed about the new album. Leave it iTunes to once again ruin the surprise by prematurely posting the album art, tracklist, and other important information about the upcoming record. iTunes attempted to remedy the situation by taking down everything connected to the new album, but by then, it was too late.

The band are scheduled to make a “formal” announcement about the album later today, but why when iTunes already released everything unless they will be releasing the first single off of the album to coincide with the announcement.

Check out the album art and tracklist below.



1. Tompkins Square Park
2. Believe
3. The Wolf
4. Wilder Mind
5. Just Smoke
6. Monster
7. Snake Eyes
8. Broad-Shouldered Beasts
9. Cold Arms
10. Ditmas
11. Only Love
12. Hot Gates
13. Tompkins Square Park (Live) *
14. Believe (Live) *
15. The Wolf (Live) *
16. Snake Eyes (Live) *

* = deluxe version

Wilder Mind is the follow-up to their highly successful album, 2012’s Babel. The new album also marks the band’s official return to music after going on hiatus in 2013 following a long and strenuous touring schedule behind Babel.

‘Mockingjay’ Soundtrack Track List Revealed


A day after premiering a new song from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part I soundtrack, the official track list for the album has been revealed.

Thanks to iTunes UK, the list which features a total of 14 songs including Lorde’s “Yellow Flicker Beat” and The Chemical Brothers’ “This is Not a Game.”

Unlike the previously released Hunger Games soundtracks, this one’s line up seems to feature relatively unknown or up-and-coming artists like Charli XCX, Tove Lo, Tinashe and several more with the exception of The Chemical Brothers, Grace Jones, Miguel and Simon LeBon from Duran Duran.

Past soundtracks feature huge artists such as Christina Aguilera, Coldplay, Imagine Dragons.

Check out the full track list here.


1) Stromae: “Meltdown” [ft. Lorde, Pusha T, Q-Tip, Haim]

2) Chvrches: “Dead Air”

3) Tove Lo: “Scream My Name”

4) Charli XCX: “Kingdom” [ft. Simon Bon]

5) Various Artists: “Track 5”

6) Raury: “Lost Souls”

7) Lorde: “Yellow Flicker Beat”

8) Tinashé: “The Leap”

9) Bat for Lashes: “Plan the Escape”

10) Grace Jones: “Original Beast”

11) Lorde: “Flicker” (Kanye West Rework)

12) XOV: “Animal”

13) The Chemical Brothers: “This Is Not a Game” [ft. Miguel]

14) Lorde: “Ladder Song”

According to a Hunger Games fansite, CHVRCHES’ song from the soundtrack, “Dead Air” might be the same one that was performed live over the weekend at Austin City Limits Festival which they said was titled “Richard Pryor.”

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay–Part I Soundtrack will be released on Tuesday, Nov. 17 while the film will be released a week later on Nov. 21.

Lily Allen Releases Album Art, New Music Video


Lily Allen had a busy weekend beginning with having to defend comments she made in a recent interview published in Shortlist titled “Feminism.” In the article she reveals that the word feminism shouldn’t exist and that men aren’t the real enemy of women; women are.

That’s deep.

But while the article did go on to spark a lot of readers, Allen had the final laugh because today she revealed the album art, track list and newest music video for her upcoming album and all those people still have her name in mind.

The album which Allen revealed to be named Sheezus after a guest appearance on The Graham Norton Show is reportedly set to be released on May 6. The cover art features the British singer sitting on steps in front of a beautiful mansion surrounded by three corgis. On the steps are the words “Divide Et Impera” (divide and rule) carved onto them.

As for the newly released track, it’s titled “Our Time” while the music video features the pop star playing different roles and having a good time on the town. The video for the track can be seen below as well as the track list for the upcoming record.


1. Sheezus
2. L8 CMMR
3. Air Balloon
4. Our Time
5. Insincerely Yours
6. Take My Place
7. As Long As I Got You
8. Close Your Eyes
9. URL Badman
10. Silverspoon
11. Life For Me
12. Hard Out Here
13. Untitled
14. Somewhere Only We Know (Bonus)

Nine Inch Nails Release New Details About New Album


Nine Inch Nails have given fans a lot more information recently about their highly-anticipated new album, Hesitation Marks. The new album, which frontman Trent Reznor had been working on for a while, released its first single, “Came Back Haunted” a few weeks back and now word is, rather it has been confirmed that David Lynch will be directing the music video for the single.

But that’s not where all the good news for the new album ends. The track list and collaborators have also been revealed and that list consists of Fleetwood Mac’s Lindsey Buckingham. The guests on the album don’t stop their with King Crimson and recently departed Adrian Belew and Pete Townshed’s favorite bassist, Pino Palladino.

As for the album itself, there will be a total of 14 tracks which also includes “Haunted.” Since the band are scheduled to take the stage on June 26 at  Fuji Rock Festival, chances are that they will be reveling new tracks to the fans during that time. Even if they don’t, the band are schedule for several more summer festivals including Lollapalooza on August 2, San Francisco’s Outside Lands festival and then they will head out on their massive “Nine Inch Nails: Tension 2013” tour, kicking off on September 28 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The full tracklist can be seen below:


1) “The Eater of Dreams”
2) “Copy of A”
3) “Came Back Haunted”
4) “Find My Way”
5) “All Time Low”
6) “Disappointed”
7) “Everything”
8) “Satellite”
9) “Various Methods of Escape”
10) “Running”
11) “I Would for You”
12) “In Two”
13) “While I’m Still Here”
14) “Black Noise”


Produced by: Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, and Alan Moulder
Mixed by: Alan Moulder
Mastered by: Tom Baker
Artwork by: Russell Mills
Art Direction by: Rob Sheridan
Additional Musicians:
Pino Palladino
Lindsey Buckingham
Adrian Belew
Eugene Goreshter
Alessandro Cortini
Ilan Rubin
Joshua Eustis

Hesitation Marks is due out on September 3 through Columbia Records just in time for the band’s big tour.

Tyler, the Creator’s Tracklist Revealed


Tyler, the Creator might be known to much of the world as the guy that had a curse word-filled acceptance speech at one  of the music awards a few years back, but that doesn’t mean that the rapper doesn’t have a fanbase. Even though most didn’t like the dude form that, it doesn’t mean that his fans aren’t as passionate about his like other fanclubs. They were probably so excited for his new album, Wolf, that some started to come up with a fake one tracklists which made its rounds on the web last week.

Last night, the real, official tracklist was finally released, revealing the many guest star that will be on the album including: Erykah Badu, Frank Ocean and Pharrell Williams.


01 “Wolf”
02 “Jamba” [ft. Hodgy Beats]
03 “Cowboy”
04 “Awkward”
05 “Domo23”
06 “Answer”
07 “Slater” [ft. Frank Ocean]
08 “48”
09 “Colossus”
10 “PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer” [ft. Laetitia Sadier, Frank Ocean]
11 “IFHY” [ft. Pharrell]
12 “Pigs”
13 “Parking Lot” [ft. Casey Veggies, Mike G]
14 “Rusty” [ft. Domo Genesis, Earl Sweatshirt]
15 “Trashwang” [ft. Na’kel, Jasper, Lucas, L-Boy, Taco, Left Brain, Lee Spielman]
16 “Treehome95” [ft. Coco O, Erykah Badu]
17 “Tamale”
18 “Lone”

Wolf is set to be released on April 2, until then, you can check out the video for the first single off the album, “Domo23”