Rap is like scissors… It always loses to rock!
Chrome’s “Something Rhythmic” was an unreleased studio outtake from 1980 that is now included on an official album titled Half Machine from the Sun, The Lost Chrome Tracks from ’79-’80. More info on the album can be found at PledgeMusic.
KEXP & Sub Pop presented Mudhoney from atop the Space Needle yesterday (July 11, 2013) to help commemorate the 25th anniversary of the Seattle record label. The Sub Pop Records Silver Jubilee is scheduled to run tomorrow in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
The Dictators performing live at Irving Plaza in New York City on February 7th, 1981. The Dictators – “Science Gone Too Far” and “Weekend” The Dictators – “New York, New York” and “The Minnesota Strip” The Dictators – “No Tomorrow”, “Loyola” and “What Goes On”
Black Sabbath has released “God Is Dead?”, the first single off their forthcoming reunion album 13. The Rick Rubin produced album is due out June 11th via Vertigo/Republic.
Alice In Chains were musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night (April 10th) and performed “Stone”, “Hollow” and “Man In The Box” on the Sony Outdoor Stage. Hollow Stone Man In The Box via Theprp.com
Prince has released a new sludgy, bluesy version of “Let’s Go Crazy”. The classic song originally came from the 1984 soundtrack to Purple Rain.
Suicidal Tendencies is releasing their new album, titled 13, on March 26th. The album is the Venice, California band’s first in 13 years. It features 13 tracks and commemorates the 30th anniversary of their self-titled debut album. Here’s the first video from the album, “Cyco Style”. The band kicks off a North American tour on…
Exactly 43 years ago (February 13, 1970), Black Sabbath released their classic debut album. Today, the band released some footage from the studio sessions for their new album, titled 13. The record is expected to hit stores in June. I’m very disappointed that Black Sabbath couldn’t resolve their differences with Bill Ward but I’m really…
Classic footage of Iggy Pop from 1980, performing “Winter of My Discontent”. This video features Carlos Alomar (David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney) and Rob Duprey (The Mumps) on guitar.