4-1-1 Music News Minute(s) w/Todd Michaels – Week of October 8th

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has announced the nominees for their 2019 class. The acts being nominated for the first time this year are Devo, Roxy Music, Stevie Nicks, Todd Rundgren, John Prine, and Def Leppard. The list of previously included nominees includes Radiohead, Rage Against the Machine, The Cure, and Kraftwerk. Of these, Kraftwerk has been nominated the most times previously, with this being their fourth nominations, respectively. Several notable nominees from last year are not present on this year’s list, including Kate Bush, Nine Inch Nails, the Smiths, the Replacements, and Depeche Mode. No artists that became eligible for the first time this year were nominated. That potential list includes Outkast, Beck, Snoop Dogg, Jeff Buckley, Fugees, the Roots, and Dave Matthews Band.

 

Post Malone is set to make his acting debut soon. The rapper will be part of the Netflix movie Wonderland. For his first acting role, Post will join Mark Walhlberg and Black Panther‘s Winston Duke on Wonderland, shares Variety. The movie is an adaptation of Ace Atkins’ novel “Robert B. Parker’s Wonderland.”

 

 

 

 

BBC has announced a new documentary exploring David Bowie’s pre-Ziggy Stardust era titled David Bowie: The First Five Years. The film completes a trilogy directed by Francis Whately and follows 2017’s David Bowie: The Last Five Years and 2013’s David Bowie: Five Years. The final installment, set for release next year, picks up in 1966, after Bowie changed his name from David Jones, and unpacks the time that produced Bowie’s first four albums and his alien alter ego.

 

 

twenty one pilots just released their fifth full-length Trench at the end of last week, but a batch of new tunes doesn’t mean the Clique isn’t still pining for physical copies of the band’s self-titled debut. Twenty-One Pilots was self-released in 2009 by a lineup consisting of current frontman Tyler Joseph as well as former bassist Nick Thomas and drummer Chris Salih. While the album can be streamed across Spotify, Apple Music and heard here on Alt360 Radio (duh!), fans still hope to snag a physical copy. There was even a petition launched two years ago. eBay’s high prices are no joke (which currently range from $850 to $1,200), and it looks like Joseph has an idea of that when calculating his response, “Definitely wouldn’t rule it out, but it’s not in our near future plans,” he says.

 

YouTube streaming of Green Day’s 2004 song “Wake Me Up When September Ends” spiked around the beginning and end of September, Rolling Stone reports. The song’s view counts roughly doubled its typical daily number on the platform this year on September 1, September 30, and October 1, according to figures provided to the magazine by YouTube. In total, nostalgic millennials and annoying jokesters streamed the American Idiot single 312,040 times on YouTube across those three dates, up from a typical daily average of around 50,000. Based on the company’s most generous estimate of its own royalty rate—which YouTube Global Head of Music Lyor Cohen last August called “over $3 per thousand streams in the U.S.”—that seasonal surge likely produced less than $500 additional dollars in revenue.

 

Nothing More will be hitting the road early next year, and they’re bringing a pretty stacked lineup with them, Of Mice & Men, Bad Flower and Palisades on the winter headlining run. The 2019 tour begins on Feb. 21 in Phoenix, Arizona and it wraps up a little over a month later on March 23 in San Antonio, Texas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Raconteurs—the supergroup consisting of Jack White, Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence, and Patrick Keeler—are releasing a 10th-anniversary reissue of their 2008 album Consolers of the Lonely via the Third Man Vault series. Included in the reissue is a 7″ containing two new Raconteurs songs, the titles of which are undisclosed and will apparently remain so until Vault subscribers open up their packages. This is Vault Package #38 in the series. In order to receive the package, fans should subscribe to the Third Man Vault series by October 31. Otherwise, you’ll have to wait for the as of yet untitled third Raconteurs record to come out to hear the new material. In the meantime, White is overseas on a tour that ends on October 21 in Edinburgh.

 

The release date of the Netflix adaptation of Gerard Way’s comic series, the Umbrella Academy, has finally been announced. While at New York Comic Con, My Chemical Romance’s frontman also shared a first look at the series. The Netflix series was originally thought to be released this year in 2018. However, the series’ slated release was pushed back to 2019, according to a series of Twitter posts. Netflix’s the Umbrella Academy has an official release date of Feb. 15, 2019.

 

Liam Gallagher has been questioned by London police about a possible assault alleged to have occurred in August, the BBC reports. The alleged incident, which The Sun reported in late August, was a spat between the former Oasis lead singer and his girlfriend, Debbie Gwyther, at the Chiltern Firehouse hotel and restaurant. Gallagher and Gwyther both vehemently denied the accusations following The Sun’s report this summer in which Gallagher stated, “I have never put my hands on any woman in a vicious manner.”

 

 

 

 

 

Nominees for the MTV EMA Awards are finally here, and there’s some pretty tough competition coming out for the categories of “Best Rock” and “Best Alternative.” In the category of “Best Rock,” we’ll be seeing 5 Seconds Of Summer and Foo Fighters going head to head, with twenty-one pilots, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco and the 1975 all battling it out in the “Best Alternative” category. The winners of the EMAs will be chosen by whoever received the most votes in a given category, so it’s up to fans to pick their favorite artists. You can get your votes in by going here. Fans will get the chance to find out who out of these categories (and more) will be victorious in a little under a month. The 2018 MTV EMA is set to take place on Nov. 4 at the Bilbao Exhibition Centre.

 

A new life-sized bronze statue memorializing Chris Cornell has been unveiled in his Seattle hometown. The statue, created by artist Nick Marra, is now on display at the city’s Museum of Pop Culture. Vicky Cornell, the wife of the late Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple of the Dog frontman, donated the work, which shows the singer holding an electric guitar and waving. The unveiling ceremony happened Sunday evening and was attended by Cornell’s Soundgarden bandmates Kim Thayil, Ben Shepherd, and Matt Cameron.

 

Bad Wolves frontman Tommy Vext is now recovering following being rushed to the hospital during the band’s European run with Three Days Grace. Vext announced in a statement made to his Instagram last week, that he had to be hospitalized in Nottingham, England for “a severe viral bronchial infection,” which is an infection that has similar symptoms to pneumonia. The vocalist is currently recovering, but no word has been posted yet on whether or not he’s been released to continue the tour.

 

Aimee Mann says she’s working on new music as part of an upcoming stage adaptation of Susanna Kaysen’s 1993 memoir Girl, Interrupted. In a new interview with the Los Angeles Review of Books, Mann revealed that she’s currently composing music for two musicals.

 

 

 

Mumford & Sons’ new album Delta arrives November 16 and the band has now announced that they’ll be heading out on an international tour in support of the album with dates into 2019. Starting in Dublin, the tour takes them through cities in Europe, Australia, and North America, with support from Maggie Rogers at select dates.