Lou Reed Poetry Collection ‘Do Angels Need Haircuts?’ Set for Release

Lou Reed Poetry Collection ‘Do Angels Need Haircuts?’ Set for Release

Book accompanied by 1971 recording of Velvet Underground singer reciting poems at New York church A collection of unpublished Lou Reed poems will be released this spring as Do Angels Need Haircuts? The book will be accompanied by a 1971 recording of the Velvet Underground singer reciting the works at...

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Irish rapper Max ACTIVE Skiba

Irish rapper Max ACTIVE Skiba

…more and more people here are starting to accept that I’m very serious about this. Chaunce Hayden: Just how popular is rap music in Ireland? Max Skiba: For starters here in Ireland people record themselves with their phones rapping and title their videos MC’s. It’s just a different style of...

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SUPER TIMBERLAKE

SUPER TIMBERLAKE

Justin Timberlake is getting back to nature — with a little help from Pharrell Williams, among others. Timberlake tweeted Monday that his new album, “Man of the Woods,” is coming on Feb. 2 and said, “It’s personal.” “This album is really inspired by my son, my wife, my family, but...

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Have the Grammy’s finally got it right?

Have the Grammy’s finally got it right?

Grammy voters had to know something was amiss last year, when even winners started protesting their picks. This year, the Album of the Year nominees suggest that voters are trying to make up for it and head off any accusations of being out of touch from the start. The five...

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HOLIDAY music

HOLIDAY music

If you’re in the market for some festive tunes but can’t bear the thought of having to hear Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” one more time, you’re in luck. This holiday season, some of your favorite musicians are spreading the cheer by releasing holiday albums. Check...

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PEPPER

PEPPER

If you don’t already listen to Pepper, you’ve been doing music all wrong: Kaleo Wassman, Bret Bollinger and Yesod Williams have been making people dance and feel good with their music since the 90’s. The three best friends from Kona, Hawaii, use their talents (and unbreakable bond) to create their...

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T H E D E A T H O F Chester Bennington

T H E D E A T H O F Chester Bennington

The music scene has sadly lost another genius in 2017: on July 20th, Chester Bennington of Linkin Park fame was found dead in his Palos Verdes home in Los Angeles, California. The cause of death was ruled to be a suicide by hanging. He was 41. Linkin Park became a...

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Stereomud’s John Fattoruso

Stereomud’s John Fattoruso

Money, ego, drugs and booze… it was all there. Juliet Huddy: Lets talk about your relationship with metal music? How did it become such a force in your life? John Fattoruso: KISS in 1977. I was 4 years old. How did you even know about KISS at that age? A...

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The Tragedy In Manchester

The Tragedy In Manchester

The first concert I ever went to was Z100’s Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden. I was there to see my favorite band at the time, but I found myself being moved by so much more: the fans eagerly singing along to their favorite songs, the lit lighters shining in...

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MoTHER

MoTHER

MoTHER has been buzzing on the local circuit since 2013 — but 2017 may be their breakout year with the release of their heavy-hitting first single, “Medicine”. I had the chance to speak with Johnny (bass) and get his thoughts on MoTHER bringing hard rock back into the spotlight again....

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