Ten time Grammy® winner and four time Emmy® winner Justin Timberlake is set to release his fourth studio album, “Man Of The Woods” on February 2nd. The album will be available for pre-order alongside the release of his brand new single and music video, ‘Filthy’ on January 5th. ‘Filthy’ was co-written and co-produced by Timberlake, Timbaland, and Danja with additional writing credits from James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson. “Man Of The Woods” marks Timberlake’s most ambitious album to date, both sonically and lyrically.
Combining the sounds of traditional American rock with the modern influences of collaborators The Neptunes, Timbaland, Chris Stapleton, and Alicia Keys, this new material explores storytelling inspired by his son, his wife, and his personal journey from Memphis to where he is today. Two days after the release of the album, Timberlake will hit the stage and headline the Pepsi Super Bowl LII Halftime Show on Sunday, February 4th. Most recently, Timberlake released the 8x platinum selling song ‘CAN’T STOP THE FEELING!’ from the film TROLLS which debuted #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the soundtrack reaching #1 on the ARIA Album Chart. It also became the best-selling US single for 2016. Additionally, it marked Timberlake’s tenth Grammy Award® and garnered a nomination for an Academy Award® and Golden Globe Award®.
Aussie icon Shannon Noll has announced details of his long awaited new album, Unbroken, which will be released on February 2. Unbroken will be Shannon’s first new album in seven years and will feature 13 tracks including lead singles Who I Am and Southern Sky. There’s a sense of coming full circle for Noll on Unbroken. It’s an album of reflection and conviction, the former farm boy from Condobolin taking a close look at his roots, his fame, his love of Australia and his family and at the trials of getting old. Most of Unbroken was recorded in the same Kings Cross Studio that Noll recorded his post-Australian Idol debut album That’s What I’m Talking About in, and saw Shannon again teaming up with producer Craig Porteils, who crafted Noll’s first #1 hits What About Me? And Drive.
Steps have had quite the phenomenal comeback. To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Steps announced in March an album Tears On The Dancefloor, dropped a brand-new single Scared Of The Dark and confirmed Party On The Dancefloor, a huge UK arena tour. Step forward 6 months and they’ve topped the iTunes chart, sold out their tour, scored a #2 album that achieved Silver status in just 3 weeks, and cemented themselves yet again as one the most exciting current names in pop music.
Not ones to rest on the success already achieved this year, Steps are back with more treats for their loyal fanbase. They have announced a brand new single Dancing With A Broken Heart that will feature on a very special new version of the album, Tears On The Dancefloor: Crying At The Disco Deluxe Edition. The special new album will also feature 4 other brand new tracks.
Dancing With A Broken Heart was produced by Carl Ryden (who wrote their #1 hit Scared of the Dark) and written by John Shanks (That That, Miley Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson), Delta Goodrem and Vince Pizzinga. The single follows in the footsteps of Scared Of The Dark, Story Of A Heart and Neon Blue, all of which have been A List at Radio 2.
In celebration of Steps’ twentieth anniversary, the band are heading out on the ‘Party On The Dancefloor’ tour this November and December. The original 15 dates for the arena tour sold out in a matter of days, leading to 7 extra shows being confirmed and again selling out in just a few days.
This very special 3 disc CD collection celebrates the legacy and phenomenal chart success of the Stock, Aitken & Waterman songwriting and production team, who provided the soundtrack to a golden age of pop. The hit making partnership of Mike Stock, Matt Aikten and Pete Waterman formed in 1984 and scored their first number one Artwork TBC chart topper at the start of 1985 with Dead or Alive’s ‘You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)’.
Momentum continued to build with Bananarama’s ‘Venus’ topping the US charts in 1986, and with SAW pioneering the UK house sound with Mel and Kim who hit No.1 with ‘Respectable’ in 1987. From then on the hits came thick and fast with Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Rick Astley all scoring hits around the world.
In just over seven years, Stock, Aitken & Waterman had scored thirteen number ones and are now recognized as the most successful and prolific writing and production team in UK chart history.
This brand new collection, endorsed and promoted by Pete Waterman himself, brings together their most memorable hits and includes a special bonus CD of original extended mixes. Once called ‘The Sound of a Bright Young Britain’, PWL’s Hit Factory undoubtedly now stands as the soundtrack of a generation, with over 500 million sales worldwide.
‘The Hit Factory Ultimate Collection’ brings together the Hit Factory’s finest moments making this collection a must-have for all fans of great timeless pop music.
They were the girl group that defined the eighties with their run of pop hits which soundtracked the lives of fans around the world. The news of Bananarama’s reunion, after nearly 30 years, was met with universal approval and saw the band celebrated all over again. Now, as the band are set to embark on a UK tour, The Greatest Hits Collection is being reissued as a revised and expanded double CD on London Music Stream Limited. The new edition includes an expanded CD 1 to include all 21 UK and US chart hits between 1981 and 1988. CD2 includes 12 classic 12” remixes. A 20 page booklet includes archive photos, track by track comments from the band and a handwritten note. The revised CD will use the same iconic cover shot by legendary photographer, Herb Ritts, which featured on the original 1988 release. The Greatest Hits Collection charts the group’s career, from their early punk-pop influenced days with the Sex Pistols’ Paul Cook produced Aie A Mwana and the Terry Hall-featuring Really Saying Something, right through to the unashamed classic pop hits towards the end of the decade. Cruel Summer became the group’s first US top 10. “We were so proud of this song when we wrote it – and we still are,” says Sara. “We wrote our own material, or co-wrote it but I don’t think people always recognised that. I think Cruel Summer’s really stood the test of time and where ever we are in the world, it’s the song people seem to remember us best for.” “Robert De Niro’s Waiting was originally going to be called Al Pacino’s Waiting – but we changed it. Robert called us up in our council flat when he heard it. We didn’t believe it was him on the other end of the phone!” says Siobhan. Their decision to team up with producers, Stock Aitken and Waterman was a wise move as their cover of Venus went to #1 around the world, including America. “We had the idea of recording this way back at the beginning of the band,” explains Keren. “But it was only when we hooked up with Stock, Aitken and Waterman many years later that it came to life. It was a really big turning point for us.” This collaboration produced further massive hits including I Heard A Rumour, Love In The First Degree and I Want You Back. Bananarama still hold the record for the most singles to chart by a girl group ever. Earlier in summer 2017, they were named ‘Pioneers’ at the Glamour Women Of The Year awards.
The 1996 Greatest Hits album from the most successful Australian rock singer of all time. To not own this album is un-Australian.
Following on from last year's success with Stranger Things 1, this score needs no introduction and is destined to be one of the biggest soundtracks of 2017...
Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein of Texas band SURVIVE return to score Stranger Things 2, the follow up to their EMMY winning and GRAMMY nominated score to Stranger Things 1.
Their second time around once again steers away from cliche, maintaining the pace they've set for themselves while subtly shifting tactics just enough to keep fans hooked.
Their lush, deep music quickly shifts with jarring synth blips and misty, creaky chords whilst slowly descending into darkness.
This score will appeal to fans of Stranger Things 1, Drive OST, John Carpenter, Tangerine Dream, Trent Reznor & more. The score is presented as a jewel case CD featuring beautiful artwork taken from the series.
U2’s new studio album – their 14th – is titled Songs of Experience and will be released on 1st December on Island Records. New song ‘Get Out Of Your Own Way’ is out now, as well as first single ‘You’re The Best Thing About Me’ and album track ‘The Blackout’, previously released as a performance video in August. Recorded in Dublin, New York and Los Angeles, Songs Of Experience is the companion release to 2014’s ‘Songs Of Innocence.
egendary and ground-breaking hip-hop trio N.E.R.D., featuring Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shae Haley are back!! With a brand new album featuring the new single Lemon feat. Rihanna.
Formed at the dawn of the new millennium, with Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo of The Grammy nominated production duo, The Neptunes (Pharrell won as producer of the year for The Neptunes in 2006, and again in 2014 as a solo producer) aligning with Shae Haley, and launching their breakthrough, genre-mashing N.E.R.D. debut effort, IN SEARCH OF… in 2001. Hailed as an innovative reinvention of hip hop/rock/funk, (“part Afrika Bambaataa, part Star Trek on ecstasy…” raved Rolling Stone) the group achieved artistic acclaim. - Pharrell Williams enjoyed worldwide acclaim in 2014 with his 11 x Platinum ARIA #1 hit “Happy”(which garnered an Academy Award® nomination), and released his second solo album G. I. R. L. The Platinum ARIA #1 album topped charts across the globe and received six Grammy nominations for his outstanding achievement in music.
G-Eazy is back with his highly anticipated new album “The Beautiful & Damned”, releasing December 15.This past August, G-Eazy released the first track from his upcoming album, 'No Limit' featuring Cardi B and A$AP Rocky. The track was performed by G-Eazy on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, with Cardi B joining him. G-Eazy has been teasing new music over the past months, racking up guest features while living up to his rolling stone status by relentlessly touring the globe playing shows to thousands of screaming fans everywhere from Hungary to Malaysia, Finland to Indonesia, Ireland to the Philippines and Japan.