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...hang the dj is a music blog. Old school, shoegaze, psych, and darkwave are featured genres.

Legal disclaimer: This blog is my personal, independent website. It is not affiliated with Bell Media, nor does it represents the thoughts, opinions, desires, etc of Bell Media

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2015/05/16


Paul Weller is set to return with a new album titled Saturns Pattern on May 19th in the U.S. (May 18th in UK/Europe). The full album is streaming ahead of its release -- fans in the U.S. can stream the album here, fans outside the U.S. can stream here. Pre-order Saturns Pattern through iTunes or Amazon -- the record is available as a digital album download, CD, CD/DVD, LP, and limited edition boxset containing the CD, DVD, & vinyl LP.  

Watch some video about the making of Saturns Pattern plus watch Weller perform the title track for BBC 2 below:





Weller recently was interviewed by Drowned In Sound and discussed his solo record, admiration of Damon Albarn's recording philosophy, and going to see classic bands live.  He also slams the door (once again) on any possibility of a Jam reunion:

"It seems really strange to me that people think we would consider it, after such a long time. I don’t look back and think: ‘Oh, those days were great’ and get misty eyed about the Seventies or the Eighties; I couldn’t give a fuck about it really."

Read the full feature over at Drowned In Sound.

Meanwhile a coffee table book about the Jam titled Growing Up With...The Jam will be released later this year through Pledge Music. The book features previously unseen photos, along with memories/tributes from musicians and other notable figures inspired by the Jam. Additionally, the the foreword was written by all three members of the legendary band. The standard and limited edition of Growing Up With...The Jam is available to pre-order here.



Published May 16th, 2015 @ 8:06 PM