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“Hotspot” was mostly recorded in Hansa Studios, Berlin, and mixed in The Record Plant, Los Angeles. It was produced and mixed by Stuart Price and features ten brand new Tennant/Lowe tracks including the single “Dreamland” featuring Years & Years, which was released in September. Another of the songs, “Burning the heather”, features Bernard Butler on guitar and was recorded at RAK Studios in London.
Following the RSD clear vinyl pressing early this year, Universal Music will make Elton John‘s Live From Moscow concert recording more widely available, with a new black vinyl edition coming in February, along with the CD debut of the performance.
Mono Inc. was formed in 2000 by Miky Mono (lead vocals, bass), Carl Fornia (guitar) and Martin Engler (drums). Bass player Manuel Antoni joined in 2003, coinciding with the release of their self-published debut album Head Under Water. In 2004, the band signed with NoCut Entertainment and re-released the album with new artwork, spawning two singles: “Burn Me” and “Superman”. During the production of their second album Temple Of The Torn in 2006, Miky Mono was replaced with Engler on vocals and Katha Mia on drums. The album was released in 2007. The band’s third album, Pain, Love & Poetry, was released in 2008. The album contains three new versions of songs from Head Under Water and a duet with Lisa Middelhauve of Xandria in the single “Teach Me to Love”. In 2009, Mono Inc. released their fourth album, Voices Of Doom.
Breaking Benjamin is an American rock band from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, formed in 1999 by lead singer and guitarist Benjamin Burnley and drummer Jeremy Hummel. The first lineup of the band also included guitarist Aaron Fink and bassist Mark Klepaski. This lineup released two albums, Saturate (2002) and We Are Not Alone (2004), before Hummel was replaced by Chad Szeliga in 2005. The band released two more studio albums, Phobia (2006) and Dear Agony (2009), before entering an extended hiatus in early 2010 due to Burnley’s recurring illnesses.
2020 is time for the fifth installment of WOLFPAKK. Once again the two experienced musicians have gathered a pack of “guest wolves” (32!!) to refine the 11 new songs which will be featured on “Nature Strikes Back” .
Wire are an English rock band, formed in London in October 1976 by Colin Newman (vocals, guitar), Graham Lewis (bass, vocals), Bruce Gilbert (guitar) and Robert Gotobed (drums). They were originally associated with the punk rock scene, appearing on The Roxy London WC2 album, and were later central to the development of post-punk, with their debut album Pink Flag was influential for hardcore punk.
Ezra Furman (born September 5, 1986) is an American musician and songwriter. Furman currently performs solo and tours with her band.
Twin Atlantic are a Scottish alternative rock band from Glasgow, Scotland. They have released five albums: Vivarium, Free, Great Divide, GLA and Power. Their highest charting singles are “Heart and Soul” and “Brothers and Sisters” from Great Divide released in 2015. On 2 June 2016 Annie Mac premiered “No Sleep” as the Hottest Record in the World on BBC Radio 1 and announced their new album GLA, subsequently released on 9 September 2016.