1) tentatively scheduled for next September
2) as yet untitled
3) Beck says “I haven’t quite finished it. But I’d say it’s finding its legs” and that “it’s still in flux.”
4) “I do want to put out something that is a lot more up, and energetic, and melodic.“ ““Some are experimental and abrasive.”
5) It’s “not of a piece” with Morning Phase. “It’ll be quite different to this record.”
6) Beck says, “I’m thinking more about the live show, which is more about energy. It’s a lot more up.“
All of this suggests he might want to make an album he can support with another high energy tour like those from the late ’90s.
In addition to “Blue Moon” being available on iTunes and Spotify today, rare live versions of four other songs on “Morning Phase” – along with details on both of his 2014 albums -are here http://thefutureheart.com/2014/01/20/beck-morning-phase-preview/
The blue 7″ released this month containing these 4 previously unreleased songs are on sale at many indie record shops, not just the retailers Coyne visited on his “record store tour.”
A list of where you can buy this limited edition release is here https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=655003011216909 (other details on the Lips’ 30th anniversary releases have been posted at thefutureheart.com).
Hurry… there’s only 2000 available and once they are gone, they are gone!
You can also stream the new Sparklehorse covers by Mercury Rev, Mark Lanegan (QotSA, Screaming Tree) and others.
Seven tracks in all from “Last Box of Sparklers” are here http://thefutureheart.com/2013/10/13/sparklehorse-tribute/
Only two and a half days left to contribute and reserve your copy!
The Stone Roses tribute is officially titled “The Time Has Come To Shoot You Down…What A Sound” and credited to “The Flaming Lips and Friends.” 500 vinyl with psych designs will be available for Record Store Day Black Friday.For a stream of “I Am The Resurrection” along with the tracklist, pictures of the multi-color vinyl (each copy is a special, one of kind design), a video of the studio sessions, photos and the full story of the making of the LP visit http://thefutureheart.com/2013/11/15/stone-roses-remake/
He posted pictures from a “paint pour test” (aka a woman covered in paint) he and some artists were doing in prep for a new exhibit opening at his Womb Gallery on Friday night.
Take a looksy if ya fancy http://thefutureheart.com/2013/11/13/wayne-coyne-instagram/
Hey, this was taken from this post (http://thefutureheart.com/2013/11/13/beck-interview/) which I wrote largely through translating an interview posted two days ago from Argentina (today the original interviewer confirmed my translation). A lot of sites (ie Stereogum) saw my post and reposted bits, focusing on the Spotify comments. Beck clearly has it on his mind however in the context of the full interview Spotify was discussed only as part of a larger conversation on change, and how it’s inevitable. He wasn’t coming out and “hating” on Spotify in the sense that Thom Yorke did. In other words, don’t expect any twitter tirades about Spotify from Beck anytime soon. That’s an impression created more by all the articles that popped up today than by Beck’s actual comments.
Also, Beck is headlining Buenos Aires’ Planeta Terra Festival live tonight and you can watch online https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=634996336550910
Some other info on the EP is here http://thefutureheart.com/2013/10/20/peacse-and-paronia-ep/
It was confirmed last week The Flaming Lips/ Tame Impala EP “will be available at the Lips/Tame Impala West Coast shows and on line soon.”
Side A – Flaming Lips do Tame Impala
1. Runway, Houses, City, Clouds
Side B – Tame Impala do Flaming Lips
3. Are You a Hypnotist?
4. Silver Trembling Hands Like Kids In Glass Hands Like Houses
Here’s a picture of the credits on the back flap and one of the designs (each copy is a one of a kind multi-color vinyl design by New Fumes) https://www.facebook.com/TheFutureHeart/posts/627096000674277
Also at http://thefutureheart.com/2013/10/16/best-bridge-school/ you can stream full acoustic sets by Beck, Thom Yorke, Sonic Youth, Mazzy Star, Tom Waits, David Bowie, Bob Dylan, Simon and Garfunkel, The Who, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen and others from past Bridge School concerts.