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the rise and fall of Led Zeppelin The author of a new oral history of the band on how they became the biggest cult rock music has ever seen Barney Hoskyns 'Zeppelin became a religion' .....Photograph: Ian Dickson/Redferns "This social phenomenon in
Brotherhood of Light , Diarrhea Planet, Those Darlins and The Features [Newsy Bits] Posted by D Patrick Rodgers on Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 1:28 PM So many newsy bits today! From interviews to Kickstarters to rarities and lists, we've got a few things to
And he is almost full. "The first litmus test is looking at the press release, and if it compares the band to Bon Iver, Animal Collective, or Grizzly Bear, chances are that I'm not going to get to that one," Eddy says. "And that's going to be a lot."
Michaelangelo Matos runs through an exhaustive catalogue of music's phrasemakers and trendsetters Michaelangelo Matos DJ Lovebug Starski claims he coined the term hip-hop by rhyming hip-hop, hippy to the hippy hop-bop' at early parties. Photograph:
The three women who front Those Darlins are all surnamed Darlin the way The Ramones were all surnamed Ramone. But the acoustic two-steps on their 2008 debut didn't sound very Ramones. True, "Wild One" talked the talk and "DUI or Die" hit pretty hard
I've only started flicking through it but there's an almost unintelligible review of Leon Redbone by R...And there's a review of Fleetwood Mac's Rumours that singles out Dreams as the only decent song, suggests that Christine McVie has really let her
Like at least a few million other Americans, I was watching Monday Night Football on ABC. Frank Gifford had just offered a bit of color commentary on the play that had just been run when Howard Cosell interrupted him... "Yes, we have to say it.
Early each weekday morning, the indie music Web site Pitchfork posts five new album reviews. Hours later a 22-year-old reader named David downloads them onto his BlackBerry, reads them on his way to work and muscles out a rambling but surprisingly