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Thursday December 05, 2013 at 13:43

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guardianmusic:

NOEL GALLAGHER, STILL GIVES GREAT QUOTE
Check out his new interview with Rolling Stone magazine (from which the above quotes are taken). CS

guardianmusic:

NOEL GALLAGHER, STILL GIVES GREAT QUOTE

Check out his new interview with Rolling Stone magazine (from which the above quotes are taken). CS

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Wednesday December 04, 2013 at 11:25

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“Nickelback is still inarguably a big-time rock band. But it feels like the Nickelback we all used to know — the one that signified unseemly truths about the culture, the one we therefore relished hating — is gone forever. Nickelback is no longer THAT Nickelback — that Nickelback is now Imagine Dragons and Mumford & Sons, whose impact on ’10s rock radio fodder has eclipsed the imprint Nickelback had on the ’00s.”

http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/10070584/greatest-hits-albums-nickelback-seether-buckcherry

Friday July 19, 2013 at 13:14

Wednesday June 05, 2013 at 22:52

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Wednesday June 05, 2013 at 16:45

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rollingstone:

Only performing the hits, playing medleys and never varying the setlist are just a few super annoying rock star behaviors. See the rest here.

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Tuesday June 04, 2013 at 10:22

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guardianmusic:

22 ICONIC MUSIC LOGOS EXPLAINED

There’s a fascinating piece over on Red Bull Music Academy’s site about the genesis of some very famous music logos. Click here to read it. CS

awesome article -  design is clearly a huge aspect of music consumption & marketing.

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Monday June 03, 2013 at 22:19

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kaiserwilhelm:

The Pointer Sisters - Automatic

Synth-Funk!

I f’ing LOVE this song

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Monday June 03, 2013 at 16:26

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HOTT MT “YKWYR” VIDEO

manimalvinyl:

HOTT MT “YKWYR” VIDEO

CLICK ON THE OUTLET TO SEE

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Tuesday May 28, 2013 at 9:42

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Friday May 24, 2013 at 23:12

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hottmt:

The digital release has finally come to pass, and while we wait for the purple vinyl to come into existence let’s tell stories. 
You may or may not know, but I Made This was completed January 1st 2012. Spooky, Bad Bahd and myself tracked and recorded with help from Rando, Gazoota, and Bill Cooper. With their help, It became the artifact that we took to Wayne Coyne, as you may also know. 
Impose kindly featured us in their “week in pop” blog section. To read the article just click the picture above, which is of Spooky and Jade, the baby squirrel that I reference in the blurb. This is her almost full grown, but when she was really tiny I used to hide her under my desk at work so I could feed her every two hours. She is in the wild now, kicking ass I’m sure. 

hottmt:

The digital release has finally come to pass, and while we wait for the purple vinyl to come into existence let’s tell stories. 

You may or may not know, but I Made This was completed January 1st 2012. Spooky, Bad Bahd and myself tracked and recorded with help from Rando, Gazoota, and Bill Cooper. With their help, It became the artifact that we took to Wayne Coyne, as you may also know. 

Impose kindly featured us in their “week in pop” blog section. To read the article just click the picture above, which is of Spooky and Jade, the baby squirrel that I reference in the blurb. This is her almost full grown, but when she was really tiny I used to hide her under my desk at work so I could feed her every two hours. She is in the wild now, kicking ass I’m sure. 

This post was reblogged from Hour Of The Time Majesty 12.

Friday May 24, 2013 at 22:36

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HOTT MT interview + LP stream via WEEK IN POP on IMPOSE

manimalvinyl:

CLICK ON THE PIC TO READ + LISTEN

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Monday May 20, 2013 at 15:25

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obitoftheday:

Obit of the Day: Ray Manzarek, Founding Member of The Doors

Ray Manzarek, one of the original members of The Doors, has died at the age of 74. He is considered one of the greatest keyboard players in rock and roll history. 

A native of Chicago, Manzarek met Jim Morrison while attending film school at UCLA in 1965. Manzarek and Morrison would recruit drummer John Densmore and guitarist Robby Krieger from another local band. But it was Morrison’s voice and Manzarek’s skill on the keys that would create the band’s signature sound.

They signed their first contract with Elektra Records in 1966 and released their self-titled album in 1967 which featured their first number one hit, “Light My Fire.” 

The group would release seven top ten albums with Morrison as lead vocalist until his untimely death in 1971 at the age of 27. The remaining members of the group tried to stay together and recorded two more albums Other Voices (1971) and Full Circle (1972) with Manzarek on vocals. Sales were poor with neither album breaking the top 25 in the United States.

Manzarek would take a few years off before getting back into music forming Nite City in 1977 with Blondie bassist Nigel Harrison. They would produce two albums.

Since 2001 Manzarek and Krieger have toured as Manzarek-Krieger, Ray and Bobby, The Doors of the 21st Century, and The Riders of the Storm playing Doors hits. They have not recorded any albums. (John Densmore turned his attention to dance and has not performed with his former bandmates.)

Ray Manzarek, who also served as producer on the seminal punk album Los Angeles by X, died on May 20, 2013. 

Sources: AllMusic.com, www.rayandrobby.com, and Wikipedia

(“People Are Strange” - an OOTD favorite because of The Lost Boys - and Strange Days are copyright of Elektra Entertainment, 2006.)

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