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Refused's Dennis Lyxzén Revisits Fugazi's Red Medicine

As far as forward-thinking hardcore bands go, Refused set a particularly high bar during its initial seven-year run, one expertly capped by its 1998 swan song, … 2,164 more words

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Django Django to play Vicar Street

Electronic-rock act Django Django have announced an upcoming show in Vicar Street this December as part of their European tour.

The London based outfit will play the Dublin venue on Tuesday, December 1st. 138 more words


Roisin Murphy - "Evil Eyes" (2015)

This one is kind of weird, but stay with me. For some reason it makes me want to shift my shoulders around in weird dancy-ish move. 77 more words


Chris Squire 1948 - 2015

Chris Squire, who laid down the bass line for much of the soundtrack of my adolescence, died yesterday of leukemia.  He was 67.

Chris and Jon Anderson founded Yes in 1968.   861 more words


St. Vincent performs new song "Everyone You Know Will Go Away" -- watch

Photo by Ben Kaye

St. Vincent has been debuting previously new music as part of David Byrne’s mind-blowing color guard extravaganza, Contemporary Color. Today, fan-caught footage has surfaced of of Annie Clark playing the brand new track “Everyone You Know Will Go Away” in its entirety during Contemporary Color’s Brooklyn show. 93 more words


What's Her Name?

Book: Black Swan Green

Author: David Mitchell

Music: Virginia Plain

Composer/Artist: Roxy Music

This is where my childhood clashes with my grown-up professional life. Brian Eno was an essential part of early Roxy Music, including playing on this driving 1973 song from the Bryan Ferry-led band. 175 more words


What to Expect: Deadcuts & Fat White Family TOMORROW

On the 23rd of June at London’s NAMBUCCA, the notorious newcomers Fat White Family play their Glastonbury warm-up gig featuring support from Deadcuts. Having been described as “the two most dangerous bands from South London”, we’re expecting this gig to be heavy, sweaty, savage and unforgettable. 257 more words