Mobie @ New Yorkers

What would we do without Moby, eh? He’s rapidly becoming the #1 source on all things U2. His latest update about his, Bono’s and Michael Stipe’s appearance at the Beastie Boys organised ‘New Yorkers against Violence’ gig, tells us exactly…

No sequence

Dutch band ‘No Sequence’ have set up a website for their ‘No Sequence plays U2’ project. You can download their accomplished mp3 covers of An Cat Dubh, Out of Control, Exit and 11 o’Clock Tick Tock.

Smokin!

The ever reliable New York Post’s Page Six comes up with a story concerning NYC’s mayor candidate Mark Green who ventured backstage at a U2 concert with a NYPD escorte and was immediately ‘engulfed by a cloud of pot smoke,…

I was an Irish child

On Tara Tv (Available UK and Ireland on Sky Digital) tonight at 11.05, there is a 30 min programme called @last tv, which has a feature on Peter Rowan, the face on the cover of the Boy and War album…

Bono @ New Yorkers against violence

Our reader Brian reports from the second night of the Beastie Boys’ ‘New Yorkers Against Violence’ concert: “Moby and Michael Stipe performed a short acoustic set toward the end of the show (right before the Beastie Boys). They closed with…

Listen to Letterman

U2outloud.com have mp3s of U2s appearance on the Late Show, and U2 Satellite Television are offering Real Video.

Head case?

We received the tracklisting of Anthony Stewart Head’s upcoming solo album ‘Music for Elevators’. Head is best known as an actor, and his portrayal of ‘Giles’, the Watcher in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The album contains two hidden tracks, one…

FU-Q U?

U2 failed to win any of the three Q awards they were nominated for. However, they did receive the Q Editor’s Choice title, for ‘consistent success’.

We’re stll working on the tits

Surfing around we found this interview with U2 on PopXL.de, a German site. It’s from February this year. The (anonymous) interviewer says: ”All that you can’t leave behind didn’t really turn out to be a a typically male album’. Bono…

The Pumpkin Queen

Congratulations to an Andrea Rhoads of Chicago, for her brave foray into the hitherto low-profile world of U2 vegetable collectibles, risking as she did the wrath of her husband in parting with $1325 to buy a pumpkin (signed by U2.)