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Fleetwood Mac to Release New EP

Fleetwood MacFleetwood Mac will release a new EP later this week. The band will be putting out their first new material since their Say You Will album from 2003, including new track "Sad Angel."

The band - Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks - debuted both that song and another, "Without You," last Thursday at the opening of their 2013 tour in Ohio, US. Lindsey announced news of the new release to the crowd at another show in Philadelphia. "One of the things we thought would be a good idea before we hit the road would be to go into the studio and cut some new material. So last year we did that. It's the best stuff we've done in a long time and in a few days we're going to drop an EP of new stuff," he said.

Ex-band member, Christine McVie - who left the band and retired from music in 1998 - has also said she would like to perform with the band at one of their London dates if they will allow her: "If they wanted me to, I might pop back on stage when they're in London just to do a little duet or something like that."


Sanjaya Malakar is Dancing to the Music in His Head

Sanjaya MalakarBelieve it or not, it’s now officially been two years since divided audiences with his performances on American Idol. Unfortunately for Sanjaya, his vocal stylings will probably be forgotten long before his faux-hawk…or will they?

Later this month, Malakar will take advantage of America’s renewed interest in the reality show (Idol returns to the airwaves on January 13) and release a handful of new tracks. The EP, titled Dancing to the Music in My Head, will offer 5 new songs ranging in titles from A Quintessential Lullaby to A Guy Like Me.

Is Sanjaya still worth a whole $4.95, or is he so 2007? You can preview the tracks here and decide for yourself.

Read More | E! Online

Wolverine EPS Targets Pros

Wolverine EPS

Wolverine’s EPS 250 GB Multimedia Storage Player is a 7-in-one card reader for moving JPEG, Bitmap, Tiff, Text, and RAW images to memory cards. It supports CF, SD & SDHC, MMC, MS, MS-Pro, and XD cards. Add the optional adapter and it will also read MS-Duo, MS-Duo Pro, miniSD, and RS-MMC cards. If you are in it for the music, the EPS has a built in FM tuner, built-in mic and supports MP3, WMA, OGG, WAV, AAC, and CDA. With an optional Cradle System it will record MPEG-1, MPEG-4, WMV9, and Xvid video from your TV/VCR/VTR or camcorder.

Designed for professionals, the battery-operated device is perfect for traveling and comes with earphone, USB and A/V cables, charger, and carrying case. We like the versatility of this do-it-all gadget although the EPS sans options will still set you back $649.99.


Read More | Wolverine