“New York, New York” is one of American jazz singer, songwriter and actor Frank Sinatra’s most well-known and well-loved songs. “New York, New York” was originally recorded by Liza Minelli for the theme song from the 1977 Martin Scorsese film of the same name. Written by Fred Ebb and John Kander, Sinatra recorded a cover of the song in 1979, and released it on his 1980 album, “Trilogy: Past Present Future”.
Liverpool post-punks Clinic are releasing a new album, Fantasy Island, on October 22 via Domino. Now they have shared its third single, which is a cover of Ann Peebles’ “I Can’t Stand the Rain.” The original was the title track to Peebles’ 1973 album of the same name. Clinic’s cover was shared via an Emily Evans-directed video.
Miles Kane best known as a solo artist and the co-frontman of The Last Shadow Puppets covered the classic Edwyn Collins track “A Girl Like You.”
Andrew Belle writes songs by feel. The composition comes first. The melody follows. Only after Belle has an internal reaction to the composition do the lyrics finally come. He also covers songs such as Mazzy Star hit ‘Fade Into You’.
Tedeschi Trucks Band marked the release of their live album Layla Revisited (Live at Lockn’) in which they cover Derek and the Dominos songs such as ‘Layla’.
Maltese musician and producer Joon, has released her debut album ‘Dream Again‘ in which we found Depeche Mode cover Just Can’t Get Enough. Joon is inspired by dream worlds, mysticism and the supernatural, from her ethereal vocals and celestial synths to her self-directed music videos that take cues from B-movie tropes.