Yes, this is yet another Dipset article. But when we're dealing with gangs and cults, how could we omit Jim Jones, the infamous cult leader of the Byrd Gang?
Although it's not quite been done to death, there's only so much to say about the continuing vogue in dance for rehashing and re-editing cosmic disco and flipped-out space-rock .
In 1976, fourteen-year-old Ari Up ran into her friend Palmolive at a Patti Smith gig. That night the two girls, inspired by the punk scene exploding around them, decided to form a band.
Wow. Where do we start? A lot has happened since the last Grimewatch update. So much in fact that we don't have time to talk about Mercston getting put on a lengthy lockdown following an incident with a 15-year-old girl at the Prince's Trust music festiva…
The overwhelming, grey shittiness of Margaret Thatcher's Britain and its depressing soundtrack of soft rock, manufactured pop and pretentious indie is to blame for the cult of what we now know as "noise" music.
Before we start, let's just point out that the aim of this column is to tell you about music videos that you can watch using a computer or whatever you use to connect to the internet. previously, we're sure you won't be able to competently find these vide…
Cansei De Ser Sexy. Ever heard of them? All the style magazine articles about how they're like "a cute version of Peaches" or "the ultimate favela party band"? That's them.
Ditching the Israeli army to rock.
Cute kids review some music.
Once my Dad came home with a CD and he was like: "Listen to this!" We listened to it and it was really, really good.
I wanted to hear it again, have the CD, meet them and see them live.
Rappers are just big kids, right? They dress in those enormous, oversized T-shirts and baggy trousers like little children wearing their dad's clothes. They also love shiny things.
I got to interview the band Peter, Bjorn and John. They were nice and kind, and I think that their music sounds like rock, but it's not really rock all the way. Their music sounds a bit Chinese too, but I still like them.
This issue, Electric Independence picked the brain of our guest critic, Jacob Poznanski. He's ten years old and lives in Stamford, a picturesque town in Lincolnshire, not far from Peterborough.
Hello, my dad is Troy Sanders from Mastodon. Here I have interviewed him for Vice Magazine.
Right now, I'm really liking laid-back hip-hop from the dirty south-the kind of stuff you could almost imagine people dancing to while lying flat on their back.
An overfed and under-talented party tart clumsily deconstructing gender dynamics is as threatening to the mainstream as Weird Al doing a Toby Keith parody—and certainly far less entertaining.
Hallelujah. After 11 years of stalking the fringes, one of the country's leading independent labels, DC Recordings, has finally got round to releasing its first compilation.
You should all be happy to know that Scorcher, the finest MC the grime scene has ever produced (in our opinion) has been released from jail and is currently on road working on his debut album.
Toronto's mostly analog electronic act show us some of their gear.
Snuten are three bearded dudes and one hot stud from Norway who sound a bit like the missing link between Barbra Streisand, Crass and DJ Assault. Just what the world's been waiting for, right?
Yeah, motherfucking Trulen is back! The Arckanum demo from –94 has just been re-released by Carnal Records, and it's sounding so good we're getting cold shivers all over.
Diskokaine has got to be one of the worst names ever for a record label. Not only is disco spelt incorrectly, but the illegal drug cocaine is clearly referenced, and it is also spelt incorrectly.
Justine Electra is a tomboyish 25-year-old Australian who lives in Berlin where she gets up to all the usual stuff: singing on other people's records, DJing, bar work, remixing, journalism, sleeping late, boozing and partying.
Annihilation Time hate cops as much as Black Flag Did. This is appropriate because no-one deserves their place in the LA hardcore punk rock "dynasty" as much as AT, as anyone who saw them on their recent UK tour will attest to.