“Gonna ride the world like a merry-go-round
Like a ferris wheel, like it’s breakin’ down
Scream, scream, screaming bloody murder! Oh yeah.
Like a nuclear bomb and it wont be long ’til I detonate.”
This week Green Day released Nuclear Family, another track off of their upcoming studio release ¡Uno! (hitting stores September 25). Get a tasty dose of power pop garage rock right here with this video on Spotify and Yahoo Music!
We’re totally addicted to the Blue Note Spotify app! A record label virtually synonymous with jazz music, Blue Note Records have developed this engaging app to give you an interactive curated experience – guiding you through the vast amount of jazz music on Spotify.
The Blue Note app enables you to explore and discover music spanning the entire history of the label from 1939 to present. Trace the label’s evolution with an interactive timeline or dive deeper into a specific style by filtering by artist, style, instrument and more.
Offering something for everyone, Blue Note helps you to uncover your new favourite artist in “Blue Note 101” by filtering through the label’s different styles of music: Tradition, Groove and Voices. In “Blue Break Beats”, the app will take you on a tour of music that contains samples from the Blue Note catalog, placing the original versions alongside the sampled versions by artists such as Beastie Boys, Chemical Brothers, Common, Madonna, The Roots, A Tribe Called Quest, Usher, and Wu-Tang Clan.
Whether you’re a jazz novice or aficionado, the Blue Note app is the perfect place for jazz discovery. To take a look at the brilliant Blue Note Records app, come this way.
There are very few artists alive today who are considered to be influential across all generations. Bob Dylan is one such artist, and his storytelling has only gotten better through the years. Dylan’s four previous studio albums have been universally hailed as among the best of his storied career, achieving new levels of commercial success and critical acclaim for Dylan.
Today brings the release of Bob Dylan’s newest album, Tempest, and coincides with the 50th Anniversary of his eponymous debut album, which was released by Columbia in 1962. Listen to the record the New York times claims as the “zone where blues, country and folk intersect” right here on Spotify.