Below we have the latest music news headlines, features and some of our favourite reviews from the past 7 days that have been featured on the AltSounds pages. This is also the AltSounds Weekly Newsletter that hits your inbox during the week.
Week ending July 15th 2012 | Bored of reading already?
Music Hitting Your Shelves This Week: July 16th 2012
John Frusciante, Bloc Party, Periphery, Bat For Lashes, The Cribs, Nas and many more have new stuff out this week...
Statistik - #4 // 40% of UK people can’t remember when they last bought a CD
Seems less than half of the UK still buy physical CD's...
The AltSounds Ultimate Guide To: FM4 Frequency Festival 2012
St. Polten Austria 15th - 18th August // 'The FM4 Frequency Festival held in St. Polten Austria, is one of our own AltSounds' favorites'
Rock and Roll 101: The Trashmen "Surfin' Bird"
By 1962, the Trashmen had developed a loyal following in Minneapolis, MN, where they played covers of tunes by Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and Jerry Lee Lewis at roller rinks, armories and ballrooms...
The Human League unveils full UK tour this autumn
The tour celebrates the band’s 35 years in the business and is titled XXXV...
No Doubt unveil a sneak peak of their brand new single 'Settle Down'
'Settle Down' is the first single to be released from new album 'Push and Shove'...
Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie to co-headline "Twins Of Evil" tour
KoRn's Jonathan "J Devil" Davis will Provide Support on Many U.S. Dates...
Alien Ant Farm enter the studio once again
Fourth album to be released early next year...
Review: The Invisible - Rispah [Album]
Ninja Tune // "Somehow The Invisible have created an album that sees a combination of horrible sounds merge in to a genius production"
Review: Twin Shadow - Confess [Album]
4AD // "Confess goes someway to the crowning of a modern day retro prince"
Review: We Have Band – Watertight [Single]
Naïve Records // "Their indie-electro sound is intriguing if a little unoriginal"
Review: Cosmo Jarvis - Think Bigger [Album]
Frame/The End Records // An enjoyable journey through a brilliantly silly mind
So until next week...