Lady Gaga Glastonbury Excellent Illusion Mark Ronson Kevin Parker

‘I don’t have permission to say anything about that’

Lady Gaga Glastonbury Perfect Illusion Mark Ronson Kevin ParkerPhoto: Nevertheless

With news that Radiohead will top the bill on the Friday confirmed last week, people’s suspicions of who the next headliner will be have been raised and ‘Poker Face’ star Lady Gaga seems quite significantly in the operating.

When NME interviewed the siner, she stated:“Glaaaastonbury! I don’t have permission to say something about that” – her awkwardness to the question suggesting she’s had to maintain it a secret until the time is proper.

The star not too long ago played a stripped back show in the tiny venue referred to as Moth Club in Hackney Central that’s famed for its glitter ceiling. But the subsequent shows promise to be far more extravagant. She mentioned in the interview: “What I would say to these who are terrified that I’ll in no way once again embrace absurdity or the avant-garde is ‘think once again.’”

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga final created an look at Glastonbury in 2009, when she had just broke by way of in the business, appearing at 8pm on The Other stage. The electro pop star also played to a quite tiny crowd at Club Dada in Shangri La in the early hours. It was a tent that also saw a spectacular surprise set by Damon Albran and Africa Express the identical year.

Last week, Lady Gaga released her third album, Joanee, to robust crucial acclaim. Mark Ronson and Kevin Parker (Tame Impala) have been involved in the record and it is arguably her most achieved function to date.

Her hit single ‘Perfect Illusion’ has reached 40 million views in just over a month.

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The Undertones remix Kevin Shields Get Over You 7 inch red vinyl

‘Get More than You’ is revamped for 2016 and sounding greater than ever

The Undertones remix Kevin Shields Get Over You 7 inch red vinylPhoto: Press

To continue 2016’s 40th anniversary celebrations surrounding the birth of punk, one particular of the era’s greatest bands, The Undertones, are releasing a 7″ remix by Kevin Shields of their classic ‘Get Over You’. You can listen to it first on Gigwise under.

Taken the multi-track analog tape as the beginning point, Shields had the very best material to operate with. And as an obsessive audiophile he had the credentials and certainly puled off a mix, and certainly did a excellent job. It tends to make it sound less like them playing in a school hall but does not distract from the feel of the original session at all. It really is also considerably louder for contemporary stereos and is the best version to play if you happen to be going to DJ this track at clubs.

Kevin Shield’s reputation as a sonic innovator/audiophile is best known by way of the fact he  nearly bankrupted Alan MGee’s Creation Records in generating the seminal album, Loveless, released in 1991.

He is rumoured to have spent £250,000 on recording, which in these days would most likely have afforded you a decent home in Notting Hill. He tried so several distinct studios, producers, and innovated with tremolo strategies and tuning systems, unorthodox production techniques, obscured vocals, and sampled feedback and percussion to produce the most crucial and influential shoegaze album of all time

Meanwhile, The Undertones are also releasing remastered versions of their debut self titled album, and Hypnotised as component of their anniversary.

‘Get More than You’ will be released on 180g red vinyl generating it a gleaming addition to your collection. They hit the road quickly.

20 SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
21 BRISTOL O2 Academy
28 HOLMFIRTH The Picturedrome

Fri 11 ABERDEEN The Garage
Sat 12th GLASGOW The Garage
Sun 13th AYR Town Hall
Thur 17th BURY ST EDMUNDS The Apex
Fri 18th NORWICH The Waterfront
Sat 19th LONDON O2 Forum

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