Oversynth has released a bunch of new overlays for the Moog Minitaur and Sirin synthesizers. They include the additional functions that arrived with the version 2.0 firmware.
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Loaded with Celestion speakers, Harley Benton’s latest all-tube combos, the TUBE5 and TUBE15 amps, come in at a seriously wallet-friendly price point.
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Check out these new Epiphone “Inspired by Gibson” guitars! We have all the specs on the new Epiphone electric range including a new headstock shape, new finishes and both classic and modern designs.
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The Canadian hero will be taking her live show to both Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena, celebrating 25 years of her classic LP Jagged Little Pill in style this April. She’ll also be accompanied by none other than Julia Stone, making for a dynamic double header that really is quite hard to turn down – if you can’t get to Bluesfest, these shows are not to be missed.
Check out all the dates and details below. Tickets go on sale Friday February 7, so keep yourself in the loop to find out when it’s all live.
Alanis Morissette – Jagged Little Pill 25 Australian Tour
w/ Julia Stone
Saturday April 11 – Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney NSW
Wednesday April 15 – Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne VIC
Head to Oztix to grab tickets when they go on sale next week.
According to a press statement, Song Machine is a linear music video series that will launch continuously over the span of 2020, signaling yet another alternate approach to the traditional album cycle. Gorillaz drummer Russel explained the nature of the project further in the release, saying “World is moving faster than a supercharged particle, so we’ve gotta stay ready to drop. We don’t even know who’s stepping through the studio next. Song Machine feeds on the unknown, runs on pure chaos. So whatever the hell’s coming, we’re primed and ready to produce like there’s no tomorrow.”
The band, helmed by Damon Albarn, have launched the project with the release of new single ‘Momentary Bliss’, which features a verse from Northampton rapper and UK punks Slaves. Interestingly enough, it sounds like it pinches a vocal cadence from A$AP Rocky and Skepta’s ‘Praise The Lord (Da Shine)’ about halfway through, but other than that, it’s pretty stock standard Gorillaz – there’s some plinky keys, a slightly mashed electro beat and some liquid guitars interlaced throughout it. Give it a geez below.
Keep up to date with the Song Machine project here.