Q Magazine (via NME) reports that the upcoming Kasabian effort, due this fall, was inspired by comments made by John Lennon during a 1970 interview, in which he likened music to chairs — particularly the blues, which he pointed to as the foundation for everything the Beatles and their acolytes did after...
When an artist has the opportunity to cover a song -- especially one far outside their musical comfort zones -- the end results are always interesting.
While he was spending some time in New York City, we caught up with guitarist Sergio Pizzorno to chat about Kasabian's new album.
Playing to 3,000 people is something most would find to be a daunting task, but when it comes to Kasabian, ‘daunting’ is the last word on their minds.
Kasabian have put their own spin on this summer's unofficial anthem.
British electronic rockers Kasabian are set to perform at this year's iTunes Festival in London on Sept. 5.
On the heels of massive success in Europe, Kasabian prepare for the North American release of their fifth studio album, '48:13,' with a run of intimate shows.
-- Kasabian are eyeing Jack White for what would be their first-ever collaborative recording with a fellow rocker. “I respect Jack, and in some way, shape or form we’d love to kick around in the studio with him," guitarist Serge Pizzorno says of the potential pairing, which we already can't wait to hear.