Thursday, May 10, 2007

Music and sports -- finding balance

The Sabres lost game 1 to the Senators tonight by uncharacteristically getting housed in the third period, after staging a steady comeback. The good news, Ryan Miller WILL NOT GIVE UP FOUR FUCKING GOALS AGAIN. The other good news, the Sabres will not be so undisciplined to give up a short-handed goal again or be stupid enough to take two penalties overlapping, ergo giving Dany Heatley-Jason Spezza-Daniel Alfredsson and two-man advantage, which is metaphorically lethal.

But now to the truly great news (couresty of Pitchfork) ...

Rilo Kiley's Fourth Album Details Revealed

Under the Blacklight, the fourth album from strident pop sensations Rilo Kiley, will be issued August 20 in the UK, according to NME.com and confirmed by Rilo Kiley's label, Warner Bros. (No U.S. release date has been announced yet.)

We don't know too much about Blacklight at this point, but NME.com reports that it will feature tracks "Breaking Up" and "Money Maker," and was produced by Jason Lader (Gwen Stefani, VietNam).

UPDATE: THOSE SONG TITLES ARE APPARENTLY INCORRECT, AS IS THE PRODUCER'S NAME.

Blacklight is the band's first album since L.A. Pioneer Woman Jenny Lewis donned her Rabbit Fur Coat and Blake Sennett's Elected basked in the Sun Sun Sun last year. It's the follow-up to 2004's More Adventurous.

1 comment:

Connie Chung said...

i wonder what will be in store in the fourth album. how exciting!