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Death Cab For Cutie have recorded a cover of Frightened Rabbit’s “My Backwards Walk,” off the band’s beloved album The Midnight Organ Fight. Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison died earlier this year, and at the time Ben Gibbard shared the following on Instagram: I wish I would have … More »
FIFA 19 players will come for the video game, and stay for the soundtrack.
A varied assortment of selections from different genres ranging from indie rock to hip hop, FIFA 19 sees sonic appearances from artists like Bob Moses, Gorillaz, Childish Gambino, Death Cab For Cutie, and more. Electronic music notably figures on the soundtrack with increased prominence through FIFA 19’s inclusion of LSD‘s debut single, “Genius,” Peggy Gou‘s Nina Tune production, “It Makes You Forget (Itgehane),” Gorillaz’ “Sorcererz,” and Moses’ “Heaven Only Knows.”
The EA Sports game will make its official debut on September 28, but fans can preview the soundtrack now via Spotify.
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Seattle’s Showbox music hall, which opened in 1939, has hosted big acts through the jazz age, the grunge era, and today’s pop and rock. Their wide-ranging roster counts Duke Ellington, the Ramones, Blondie, Pearl Jam, Snoop Dogg, Wilco, Billy Idol, Dead Kennedys, and Kanye West. But under a recently proposed city plan, the iconic venue … More »