The Streets 'Computers and Blues' Reviews

Based on 2 critics - Overal Score:  85/ 100

Description: The final Streets album (the fifth one) will be dark and futuristic. The CD is due 4 a release in the United Kingdom on 7 February 2011 and features a total of 14 songs; including an appearance from British singer-songwriter Clare Maguire. Rob Harvey of The Music worked closely with Skinner on the album and features on several tracks.

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The Strokes To Release New Album, 'Angles,' on March 22nd

The Strokes announce the release date for their highly anticipated fourth album, Angles, on March 22nd via RCA records in the US, and March 21st via Rough Trade Records in the UK. A new single titled "Under Cover of Darkness," will be heard on radio starting in February. The complete track-listing for the album can be found below. More details on Angles will be released in the coming weeks, as will details for a Spring US tour.

Angles is the band's first new release since 2006's First Impressions of Earth and marks the ambition of that album with the immediacy of the band's earlier albums Is This It (2001) and Room On Fire (2003). In 2010, the band returned to the road, playing and headlining major festivals in the United States and UK, including the Isle of Wight Festival, Lollapalooza, Hurricane Festival, Splendour In The Grass, Rockness, Outside Lands, and Austin City Limits. Time Out Chicago hailed the Lollapalooza performance as "the best set I've seen since covering Lollapalooza. Better than Radiohead in 2008. Better than... who headlined last year? ...The crowd...was euphoric."

The Whigs - In the Dark Reviews

Based on 18 critics - Overal Score:  53/ 100

Description: With their stunning third cd, In The Dark, The Whigs have gone widescreen. Bursting with energy, emotion, and unpredictable experimentation, the Athens, GA-based trio tear open the artistic envelope, bringing both nuance and eclectic strength to songs like 'Hundred/Million' and the raucous first single, 'Kill Me Carolyne'. In The Dark is both atmospheric and ambitious, without losing the pedal-to-the-metal power that earned them universal praise as one of America's finest young Rock 'n' Roll bands. Both an accessible album and one that captures the band's on-stage passion, In The Dark reveals another layer in the band's songwriting and highlights what fans and critics have fallen in love with.

It's for song "So Lonely" from the band's current album "In The Dark."

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