Lana Del Ray

 

With the Exception of a best of release the band Ride has been on a nearly 14 year hiatus. Fans have decided to reunite in 2015 for  a UK tour as well as limited appearances in Toronto and New York. "We want to give the people what they want" stated front man Mark Gardener, however while there are no official plans for a new LP Gardener also has stated that it is not an impossibility, "That's not to say we Wouldn't make new music". Read More on Ride's return and their tour at NME.

Bob Marley was clear on his stance on Marijuana use and his family has decided that the time is right to launch a consumer cannabis brand under their family name. "Marley Natural" is set to launch next year and include an extensive product line including hand made accessories, cannabis infused lotions and balms as well as various cannabis strains. Marley Natural is to be owned an operated by Seattle based company Privateer Holdings. To learn more about Marley Natural visit Consequence of sound.

Lana Del Ray has new Oscar hopes after contributing two songs to the Tim Burton film "Big Eyes". The songs "I Can Fly" which will be featured in the credits of the film and "Big Eyes" which is to given a spot right in the middle of the film are Del Ray originals and the film executives expect to receive positive reactions at the Academy Awards. Read more on "Big Eyes" and Lana Del Ray at SPIN.

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In a recent interview with The Guardian Lana Del Ray offered comments about her idols in music, but is now getting backlash from the daughter of one of those idols. Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of late Kurt Cobain, took to Twitter yesterday to respond to Del Ray’s “I wish I was dead already” comment from a recent interview in which she discussed Cobain and late singer Amy Winehouse.

Frances Bean wrote last night in a series of tweets at Del Ray, "I'll never know my father because he died young, and it becomes a desirable feat because people like you think it's 'cool.' Well, it's [deleted] not. Embrace life, because you only get one life. The people you mentioned wasted that life. Don't be one of those people. You're too talented to waste it away." She later clarified she wasn’t attacking anyone by tweeting "I have no animosity towards Lana. I was just trying to put things in perspective from personal experience."

In other Cobain family news, Courtney Love is still trying to diminish her late husband’s reputation, but this time saying Cobain "wanted [fame] bad," and his attitude against being in the spotlight was all a sham. "I’m too stubborn to allow myself to ever compromise our music or turn us into big rock stars," Cobain said in an interview to be aired in National Geographic's upcoming documentary on the Nineties, The '90s: The Last Great Decade?

However, Love says Cobain was desperate to be the world’s biggest rock star saying “He wrote to every major [and] minor label, 'We’ll pay. Let us be on your label.'” Love also discussed Cobain’s life and death in a recent Vanity Fair profile pretty much solidifying how mad she still is at him. “If he came back right now I’d have to kill him, for what he did to us. I’d [deleted] kill him. I’d [deleted] him, and then I’d kill him,” she said.

 

In lighter news, Foo Fighters are getting more concerts as the band recently booked two gigs in South Africa, a country the band has never toured in its twenty years. Dave Grohl and the rest of his band will play December 10 at Cape Town stadium and Johannesburg's FNB Stadium the 13th with Kaiser Chiefs and BLK JKS providing support on both dates.

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