The Artic Monkeys are back with a brand new, stand alone single entitled R U Mine? The clip features former Sex Pistols guitarist and DJ Steve Jones giving the track its debut on California radio station KROQ.
I can’t say that I like it – or understand it for that matter – but the film clip for Arctic Monkeys’ latest video for Black Treacle is another installment in their stylish Americanised film clips.
Now on tour in Australia for 2011′s Suck It And See, I’m talking to bassist Nick O’Malley about the current tour and how the lads are fairing after the worldwide success of their latest material.
Yep, it’s that time of year again to look back on the previous 11-and-a-half months and think, “I need to tell everyone what my favourite albums are…in 150 words or less!
Fans who missed out on securing tickets for the Arctic Monkeys’ January 2012 Melbourne show can breathe easy, with an announcement being made that the band will perform a second and final show in Melbourne on Monday the 2nd of January at the Palace Theatre.
Have you heard? The Falls Music & Arts Festival is cooking this year, adding An Horse, CSS, John Butler Trio, Kimbra, Scratch Perverts and The Head & The Heart to an already massive line-up. True to form, the Lorne event sold-out when tickets went on sale , and thousands of interstaters are now making plans [...]
The Arctic Monkeys are set to return to Australian shores. And while in town for the Falls and Southbound Festivals the indie rock favourites will play headline shows in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane. This will be the band’s third Australian tour and their first since 2009.
If our last announcement for the Falls Music and Arts Festival left you planning your summer soundtrack, get ready to add some more lively tunes to that mixtape.
Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys have overnight, released a clip for their first single Don’t Sit Down ‘Cause I’ve Moved Your Chair, taken from their upcomming 4th album Suck It and See.
Arctic Monkeys release their fourth album, entitled Suck It and See on Friday the 3rd of June 2011.
Climbing atop his high horse, John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten, the one time Sex Pistols singer has attacked the Arctic Monkeys claiming that they’re “not a band”.
Former Arctic Monkeys bassist Andy Nicholson is poised to join fellow British electro-funk extraordinairers Reverend and the Makers.