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Vinyl Archives: Week of December 29th

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L7 – “Pretend We’re Dead”

L7 is set to headline an event called Heaven is Rock and Roll this weekend in Los Angeles. On January 4th, they will play the benefit gala for the Art of Elysium, which is an arts nonprofit. They’ll be performing alongside Dave Grohl & Friends, which is composed of Grohl and his surviving Nirvana bandmates, in addition to Beck, St. Vincent, and Grohl’s daughter Violet. Check out the lineup in full here.

Buzzcocks – “Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn’t’ve?)”

The Buzzcocks are set to release a new single on February 14th, 2020. The new track marks the debut of their new lineup following the passing of founding member Peter Shelley. Now, the Buzzcocks’ lineup consists of Steve Diggle, Chris Remington, and Danny Farrant.

A-ha – “Take on Me”

A-ha has released a new 4k version of their famous video for “Take on Me.” Most videos from this time were edited in tape format, but this new clip has been restored from its original 35mm film reels into a remastered 4k edition, making it more vibrant. Check out the video above!

Stevie Nicks – “Edge of Seventeen”

Stevie Nicks hit the stage on New Year’s Eve alongside Keith Urban to deliver a performance of “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around.” They performed the track during Nashville’s Music City Midnight countdown, delivering a powerful rendition of Nicks’ 1981 duet with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Check out the performance here!

David Bowie – “Fame”

Insight Comics is set to release a new graphic novel about the life and career of David Bowie on January 7th, 2020. The novel, which is called Stardust, Rayguns, & Moonage Daydreams, is 160 pages long, and comes with a foreward by fantasy and sci-fi writer, Neil Gaiman. Check out a first look at the graphic novel here!

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