On March 5, 2013, “Idlewild” label released “Nanobots”, the sixteenth They Might Be Giants studio album. It was recorded March – December 2012, at “Patrick Dillett’s studio in Manhattan, “Collyer Brothers Studio” in Brooklyn, “The Governor’s Bluff” in Sullivan County, and was produced by Patrick Dillett.
On March 5, 1996, “4AD” label released “Lovelife”, the fourth and final Lush studio album. It was recorded May – August 1995, at “Protocol Studios” in London, and was produced by Pete Bartlett, Miki Berenyi, Emma Anderson, Phil King and Chris Acland.
On March 5, 2013, “Columbia” label released “Welcome Oblivion”, the debut How to Destroy Angels studio album. It was recorded in 2012, and was produced by Mariqueen Maandig, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan.
Alessandro Cortini– co-writing, performance
Alan Moulder– mixing
Tom Baker – mastering
Blumpy – recording
Dustin Mosley – additional engineering
Jun Murakawa – additional engineering
All tracks by Mariqueen Maandig, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Rob Sheridan.
On March 5, 1969, the first number of music magazine “Creem” was published. “America’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll Magazine”, was a monthly magazine published by Barry Kramer with founding editor Tony Reay. The magazine stopped publishing in 1989 but had a short-lived renaissance in the early 1990s as a tabloid.
On March 5, 2007, “Merge Records” label released”Neon Bible”, the second Arcade Fire studio album. It was recorded in 2006 in Farnham, New York, Budapest, and London, and was produced by Markus Dravs and Arcade Fire. “Neon Bible” was ranked at number four in the“NME” albums of the year list, fourth in magazine “Rolling Stone’s” list of albums of the year and album of the year of magazine “Q” for 2007. The album won the 2008 “Juno Award” for “Alternative Album of the Year”.
Will Butler- keyboards, guitar, glockenspiel, bass, omnichord, vocals
Win Butler- vocals, bass, mandolin, acoustic guitar, keyboards, electric guitar
On March 5, 2001, “Source” label released “The Optimist”, the debut Turin Brakes album. It was recorded in 2000, at “Konk Studios” in London, and was produced by Gale Paridjanian, Olly Knights and Al Stone.
On March 5, 1996, “Virgin” label released “Naughty Little Doggie”, the twelve Iggy Pop album. It was recorded in 1995, at “Track Record, Inc.” in Hollywood, and was produced by Iggy Pop and Thom Wilson. The photography was by David Sims and Anton Corbijn; and the artwork by Phil Bicker.
Iggy Pop – vocals, guitar
Eric Mesmerize- guitar
Hal Wonderful (Hal Cragin) – bass, keyboards on “Shoeshine Girl”