Morning Music Notes – Drew Barrymore Accidentally Pays Homage to Michael Jackson’s Bad

Mastodon have announced a new album and the accompanying tracklisting, so that you can make up the sounds that you think will match the song titles. The album will be released September 27, and one format of the Mastodon release will include a special 3D experience known as Augmented Reality, reports Gigwise.

“Created by Los Angeles-based Company Total Immersion, Augmented Reaility combines virtual and real worlds to create a 3D one-of-a-kind interactive experience that users can control. Just by using a camera on a computer, their own face and the cover art on ‘The Hunter’, the user can turn themselves into ‘The Hunter’ sculpture that is pictured on the cover.”

mastodon hunter album cover

The tracklisting for ‘The Hunter’ is:

‘Black Tongue’
‘Curl Of The Burl’
‘Octopus Has No Friends’
‘All The Heavy Lifting’
‘The Hunter’
‘Dry Bone Valley’
‘Creature Lives’
‘Bedazzled Fingernails’
‘The Sparrow’

The first single Curl Of The Burl, and will be released on August 16.

Drew Barrymore Teams Up With Best Coast

The child actor from E.T., aka Drew Barrymore, has continued her recent hobby of directing. After making the movie Whip It, Drew has now directed the latest video by Los Angeles indie rockers, Best Coast. Any video that stars Chloe Moretz (Hit Girl from Kick-Ass) and Donald Glover (Troy from “Community”), and has a Michael Jackson ‘Bad’ vibe must be great, right?

Best Coast

Coldplay Hit Jimmy Kimmel, in Non-Violent Sense of the Word

Coldplay haven’t announced a new album. They haven’t mentioned much about a new album, but they have been hitting up festivals, and most recent, Jimmy Kimmel’s late night talk show. Below, you can check out live versions of recent still terribly named single Every Teardrop is a Waterfall, plus Charlie Brown.

Coldplay – Charlie Brown

Coldplay – Every Teardrop is a Waterfall

Lollapalooza Web Schedule – Works for Me!

PeteHatesMusic will not be live at Lollapalooza this weekend. But because of the witchcraft magic of the internet, PHM doesn’t have to be. Lollapalooza are streaming select artists over the course of the weekend. Highlights include (Note that all times are local to Chicago, and are in CENTRAL time):

Friday: 130pm The Vaccines, 300pm Foster the People, 500pm Two Door Cinema Club, 715pm The Kills, and Coldplay at 815pm

Saturday: 400pm Death from Above 1979, 800pm My Morning Jacket

Sunday: 300pm The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, 600pm Arctic Monkeys, 700pm Explosions in the Sky, 800pm Foo Fighters (watch for the PHM review next week!)

Check out the full line up at Lollapalooza’s Youtube Channel
, where you can stream the webcasts – if you know the SECRET password.

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  1. 2011/08/05

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