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NEWS : Sep 02, 2008

Smashing Pumpkins debut single through Guitar Hero - 09.02.2008

In another sign that the shape of the music industry is rapidly changing (for the better or worse is hard to say), Smashing Pumpkins are releasing a new single as an add-on to the latest in the Guitar Hero game franchise. New single "G.L.O.W." will be released along with "1979" and "Everlasting Gaze" (not new songs, I know) as part of a three-track single packaged with the new Guitar Hero World Tour. If that wasn't quite enough for you, Billy Corgan will appear as a character in the game as well, and players will be able to play "Today" as part of the game.

Now, I'm still waiting for Sunny Day Real Estate's "Guitar and Video Games" tie-in reissue single, but I might not want to hold my breath on that one.

Sufjan Stevens to score Natalie Portman-directed short film - 09.02.2008

If you're anything like the rest of us at Treble, you've probably been thinking 'what the hell happened to Sufjan Stevens?' I mean, other than posting the occasional tidbit on the Asthmatic Kitty Web site. Nonetheless, he is still making music. It may not be the follow-up to Illinois, but it'll probably be good no matter what.

Stevens has composed a score for the upcoming 22-minute film Eye, directed by Natalie Portman and starring Lauren Bacall and Ben Gazzarra. The music will mostly be instrumental piano pieces, and there is no planned commercial release for the soundtrack.

In the meantime, we will wait for Ohio: the Buckeye Stops Here, Delaware: We're #1 or Pennsylvania: Brotherly Steel.

Treble's Back! - 09.02.2008
We hope nobody went through any serious withdrawals while we were gone, but we're back in action with plenty of fun stuff.

And here's a taste of what's in store for music this fall:

Fall Preview 2008

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