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Magnetic Man plan rock collaborations
Magnetic Man want to collaborate with Dave Grohl and John Lydon.
The dubstep group's latest track 'Getting Nowhere', features soul singer John Legend, but they are keen to line up some rockers for their next album.
Speaking at the NME Awards in London on Wednesday (23.02.11), band members Artwork and Benga told BANG Showbiz: "We're looking forward to saying hello to the Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl's a legend.
"Definitely we'd like to work with him, we're going to have a word with him tonight. And John Lydon, he's just standing over here, so, it's kind of weird."
Dave has previously proved his dance credentials drumming on the track 'Run With the Wolves' by Prodigy, from their 2009 album 'Invaders Must Die'.
Former Sex Pistols singer John has meanwhile contributed vocals to dance outfit Leftfield's single 'Open Up' in 1993.
'I Need Air' hitmakers Magnetic Man insisted they don't have any solid plans for a second album in place yet, however, as they are concentrating on their summer, packed out with festivals and live shows.
Benga added: "We don't know too much yet, everything is one step at a time for us at the moment, it's a really, really big summer for us, so that's what we're working on and putting all our attention into at the moment."Posted on 25 Feb 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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