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Temples - Certainty (Franz Ferdinand Remix)

Sounds like: Todd Terje, Soulwax, Sebastian Song: Temples - Certainty (Franz Ferdinand Remix) What's so good? Yes, that's right, Franz Ferdinand have made a good, nice remix. They haven't just made a good, nice remix though. This is more than that. Show More Summary

The Buttertones - Colorado

Sounds like: Franz Ferdinand, The Walkmen Song: The Buttertones - Colorado What's so good? The Buttertones' "Colorado" is energetic and an all-encompassing surf rock anthem. This track waits for no one as it glides through a fast-paced beat and handclaps to boot. Show More Summary

Newswire: El Vy kicks off this week’s 30 Days, 30 Songs anti-Trump protest with a video game

Dave Eggers’ 30 Days, 30 Songs project, which is releasing anti-Trump music every day until the election, has already given us Death Cab For Cutie’s “Million Dollar Loan” and Franz Ferdinand’s “Demagogue,” and now it’s kicking off its second week with a new track from Matt Berninger and Brent Knopf’s group El Vy. Show More Summary

Newswire: Franz Ferdinand and Shepard Fairey team up for anti-Trump track “Demagogue”

Here’s something for anybody who wants to unwind on a Friday evening without letting go of the ball of Donald Trump-directed rage nestled in the pits of their guts: “Demagogue,” a new track from Franz Ferdinand. The song doesn’t mention...Show More Summary

Franz Ferdinand - Demagogue

Sounds like: The Jones Revival, Pixies, Kaiser Chiefs Song: Franz Ferdinand - Demagogue What's so good? Wow. Franz Ferdinand, dusting off their instruments for one-off return to the music sphere. To what do we owe this pleasure, youShow More Summary

Franz Ferdinand calls Donald Trump a “Demagogue” on new song — listen

The latest entry in the 30 Days, 30 Songs anti-Trump program tells it like it is.

Death Cab, Franz Ferdinand, Aimee Mann & more contribute to anti-Trump '30 Days, 30 Songs' series (listen)

Created by David Eggers, '30 Days, 30 Songs' will "feature one song per day from October 10 until Election Day. The artists on the playlist are united in their desire to speak out against the ignorant, divisive, and hateful campaign of Donald Trump." Continue reading…

Franz Ferdinand – “Demagogue”

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The 30 Days, 30 Songs project, in which a different artist will contribute a new anti-Trump song every day until the American presidential election, has already yielded new tracks from Death Cab For Cutie, Jim James, and (most impressively) Aimee Mann. Today, Scottish postpunkers Franz Ferdinand have joined in on the fun. The members of […]

Franz Ferdinand Share New Anti-Trump Song “Demagogue”: Listen

Franz Ferdinand have shared a new song called “Demagogue;” listen to it below via Spotify. It is an explicitly anti-Trump track, and the latest from the 30 Days, 30 Songs program created by writer Dave Eggers. It kicked off earlier this...Show More Summary

The FN Model 1922 Pistol

The FN Model 1910 is famous for having plunged Europe into a World War after slaying Archduke Franz Ferdinand, but behind all the infamy is a very sound design. John Browning created the 1910 and it sold very well, and the 1922 is a version with a larger grip and barrel to make it more […] Read More … The post The FN Model 1922 Pistol appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The best theme song in video game history comes from an unlikely place

Before Sony used "Take Me Out" in that great, futile PSP campaign, Franz Ferdinand's 2004 hit showed up in EA's NFL football game, Madden. For the last 15 years or so, the series' soundtracks have been filled with licensed music, an eclectic mix of rap and garage-feel alt rock, from both upcoming and popular artists. Show More Summary

L.A. art-rock duo Sparks teases 2017 album and tour with film

4 months agoHealth : LA Times: Health

Long-running L.A. art-rock duo Sparks will have a new album next year and brothers Ron and Russell Mael have put together an ambitious film teaser for the project. Coming off their collaboration with Franz Ferdinand in 2015, which yielded the album “FFS” and a tour with the combined forces of both...

Nick McCarthy (Ex-Franz Ferdinand) Starts New Project Manuela, Shares “Cracks in the Concrete”: Listen

Last week, Franz Ferdinand announced that guitarist Nick McCarthy would not take part in their next album. Now, McCarthy has announced a new project called Manuela with his wife, singer-songwriter Manuela Gernedel. The announcement is...Show More Summary

Nick McCarthy (ex-Franz Ferdinand) collaborates with wife Manuela Gernedel in new group (listen)

Nick McCarthy, who very recently parted ways with Franz Ferdinand, is now backing his wife Manuela Gernedel in a new musical project. Going simply by Manuela, the collaboration is not too far from the low-fi post-punk Nick made with Box Codax... Continue reading…

Manuela – “Cracks In The Concrete” (Stereogum Premiere)

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

This past Friday, Franz Ferdinand announced that guitarist Nick McCarthy would be leaving the band for the time being, the group’s first lineup change in their 16-year history. The decision arose out of a desire to spend more time with his family rather than set out on another full-time recording/touring cycle for the latest Franz […]

Franz Ferdinand parts ways with guitarist Nick McCarthy

We're sad to report that Franz Ferdinand founding guitarist Nick McCarthy is parting ways with the band... Continue reading…

Franz Ferdinand Part Ways With Founding Guitarist

5 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Guitarist Nick McCarthy has been a part of the angular Scottish rock band Franz Ferdinand since the band started in 2002. He’s recorded four albums with the band, as well as one with the associated project FFS. And now he’s stepping out. The band announced McCarthy’s departure on Twitter this morning. The band explains that […]

Franz Ferdinand Part Ways With Guitarist Nick McCarthy

Franz Ferdinand announced this morning that guitarist Nick McCarthy (pictured left) would not take part in their next album. McCarthy, who played rhythm guitar and keyboard, had been a core member and co-songwriter in the group since its formation in Glasgow in 2002. Show More Summary

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