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Gwar frontman found dead

Gwar frontman found dead

The lead singer of shock-rock heavy metal loonies, Gwar has been found dead by his roommate. Oderus Urungus, real name Dave Brockie, was 50-years-old. Oderus’ dead body was discovered by his roommate on Sunday evening (23 March) and his death has been confirmed by former Gwar bandmate Beefkake the Mighty. Since news of Oderus’ death […]

Classic albums — The Downward Spiral (1994)

This week sees the twentieth anniversary of the massively revered second studio album from Trent Reznor’s Nine Inch Nails. The Downward Spiral is a ground breaking concept album which catapulted NIN to glorious heights during the 1990s. The decidedly ‘dark’ content of the album stems from Reznor’s mental condition at the time of writing and […]

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Classic albums — The Smiths (1984)

Thirty years ago today The Smiths released their critically acclaimed eponymous debut album, and secured their place in alternative music history. The album shot to number two in the British album charts, and features one of the band’s biggest hit singles, What Difference Does It Make?. The Smiths remains a highly influential and much revered […]

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Classic albums — Troublegum (1994)

Therapy’s second studio album celebrates its 20th anniversary this week. Troublegum spawned five hit singles in the UK and was the band’s biggest commercial success, selling over a million copies worldwide. To celebrate the Troublegum‘s 20th anniversary Therapy? are heading out on the road with a string of dates across the UK in April playing […]

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Born on this Day: P!nk

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Born on this Day: P!nk

P!nk, real name Alecia Moore, was born on this very day 1979. Making the pop-punk princess 34-years-old. P!nk began her career as a bobbins R&B singer in 2000, and increased her profile the following year by recording a shite cover version of Lady Marmalade with three other commercial pop acts for the Moulin Rouge! soundtrack. […]

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Tonight Alive

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Tonight Alive

Tonight Alive are an up-and-coming pop punk five-piece from Sydney, Australia fronted by the ever so lovely Jenna McDougall. The band formed in 2008 and have had a good deal of success in their homeland, releasing a debut album, What Are You So Scared Of? back in 2011. The group have now set their sights […]

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Born on this Day: Kate Bush

Kate’s Bush was born on this very day, but in 1958. Kate burst onto the British music scene back in early 1978 aged just 19, hitting the number one spot with her debut single Wuthering Heights. She’s won dozens of music awards and made history on a number of occasions for being the first woman […]

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Kiwi indie-rock trio The Neo-Kalashnikovs are making waves this week with the release of their latest music video starring celebrity knockers, Helen ‘big norks’ Flanagan. The Neo-Kalashnikovs are three siblings from Auckland, New Zealand. Songwriter Volita Bioletti sings and plays guitar whilst her brothers Gabriel and Moss cover the rhythm section. The band formed way […]

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The Flaming Lips set new world record

Eccentric rockers The Flaming Lips have set the new world record for playing the most amount of live concerts in a 24-hour period. The band performed eight times as part of MTV’s O Music Awards, their first gig was in Memphis, Tennessee and they finished off in New Orleans, Louisiana with just twenty minutes to […]

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God Save the Queen — Mr. Methane comes up trumps with his special Diamond Jubilee gift to the nation

A true patriot and believer in his country Mr. Methane is hoping to catch the British Nation’s nostalgic mood in its Diamond Jubilee year with his own very unique rendition of “God Save the Queen” on the bottom bugle. “I’ve spent most of my life looking back so I think I know a thing or […]

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