Check out this video from Sydney, Australia’s The Money Go Round.
The Money Go Round is a means of expression for five Sydney artists who have all had a passion for art and music throughout their lives. It is the product of years of experimentation, to develop a nucleus that promotes creative collaboration. Their debut single “YAYAYA” is about wanting something you can’t have. It sounds like falling down a waterfall into a bucket of rainbow paint. “YAYAYA” was produced by TMGR and Tracked/Mixed and Mastered through 301 Studios, Sydney.
The Money Go Round would very much like to embody the rock/psychedelic genre, TMGR are set to achieve a sound with longevity that is both modern and vintage, and drive their music with strong and memorable live performances.
For fans of: The Black Keys, Tame Impala, Kasabian, Black Lips, The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys.
AND, if ya fancy, you can go download “YAYAYA” for free, too.
Download: The Money Go Round – “YAYAYA”
Buzz-worthy Britons, The Vaccines, are set to release their highly anticipated debut, What Do You Expect From The Vaccines? via Columbia Records on May 31. Coming off the heels of their highly praised UK release, The Vaccines will be bringing their guitar anthems to the stage beginning May 17th in Washington, DC supporting the Arctic Monkeys.
From a cover feature with NME to entering the UK charts at #4 with What Do You Expect From The Vaccines?, the band is positioning themselves to be one of the most watched bands this year.
Check them out on their American network television debut on the Late Show with David Letterman on Tuesday, June 7th.
May 17 – Washington DC, 9.30 Club
May 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Electric Factory
May 19 – Boston, MA – House of Blues
May 21 – Toronto, ON – Kool Haus
May 22 – Montreal, ON – Olympia de Montreal
May 24 – New York, NY – Central Park Summer Stage
May 26 – Detroit, MI – Clutch Cargoes
May 27 – Milwuakee, WI – The Rave
May 28 – Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue
May 30 – Denver, CO -The Ogden Theatre
May 31 – Salt Lake City, UT In The Venue
June 02 – Pomona, CA – Fox Theatre
June 03 – Los Angeles, CA – The Hollywood Palladium
I’ve got loads of music news today; but it’s all going to be quite random…so brace yourselves.
FIRST of all, I’d like to mention that Modest Mouse is releasing an 8-track EP today called No One’s First, and You’re Next. They aren’t totally new songs, but rather new versions of outtakes from previous albums. Probably a good thing for anyone that isn’t very familiar with MM’s older stuff. Yes, they did exist before “Float On”.
Next, but of little importance, is the “comeback” of Limp Bizkit. I really have nothing to say about it, I’m only mentioning it because I just read a brief article of their reunion. If YOU are interested in reading more about it, then here’s the link I was looking at: “Limp Bizkit to Make U.S. Comeback, For Some Reason”
RATATAT will be releasing a new album sometime soon, though at this time, I don’t know when (and it’s bugging me!). What I DO know, is that Kid Cudi (the guy that does that song “Day n’ Nite”) is a fan. I like Kid Cudi’s popular single, but I did do a run through on his album and I think it might be the only song I really like. BUT, that’s not to say that others will like it. Plus, who knows? Maybe it’ll grow on me. I will say that Kid Cudi is much cooler than I originally thought just because Ratatat is an inspiration to him. And that the duo collaborated on Cudi’s debut Man on the Moon: The End of the Day (release date: September 15).
Other albums coming out in the near future:
August 18th – Cascada, Sean Paul, and Division Day (which I will be reviewing)
August 24th – David Guetta
August 25th – Imogen Heap, Matisyahu, Mew, Arctic Monkeys, and Jet
September 1st – Datarock