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Good Times, Forever: Looking Back on 50 Years of the Monkees
This year saw a new record and a 50th anniversary tour, but two questions have always persisted: How do you define The Monkees? And what makes a Monkees song?
How Developers Created Alternate Worlds in Iron Maiden’s ‘Legacy of the Beast’ Game
We spoke to Game Director Hamish Millar about the process of creating Iron Maiden’s new mobile game.
How Composer Howard Shore Brought the Sounds of Tangier to William S. Burroughs' ‘Naked Lunch’
Mondo will bring three Shore scores from David Cronenberg films to vinyl this summer.
Spencer Krug Just Wants to be Noble
Known primarily as the singer in Wolf Parade, Krug is also one fourth of Moonface and Siinai. Stream their LP ‘My Best Human Face’ for the first time and read our in-depth profile on the frontman.
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We Saw the Thirst and Cool Chaos of Kanye West's "Pablo" Pop-Up Shop
Mike Dean, hand-painted Levis jackets, and infamous streetwear resellers were all on-hand at Wooster street.
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Rank Your Records: Flogging Molly’s Dave King Ranks the Band’s Catalog to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
They’re much more than drunken-Celtic-punk-records, but the band has been known to drain a Guinness keg.
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'Dave Mirra's Freestyle BMX' Changed My Musical Landscape Forever
It was a lot more than Tech Decks, CCS Catalogs, and video games. It was a life.
Brad Dassey, Half-Brother of Brendan Dassey from 'Making a Murderer,' Explains His Rap Track
Brad Dassey made "They Didn't Do It" to stand up for his half-brother, who is a key figure in the hit Netflix documentary.
Low Cut High Tops’ Video For “Red Lipstick” Is Filled With Panty-Sniffing Resentment
"I wanted to make a song that was really quiet, and also loud as fuck."
We Spoke to the Director of the New Blur Documentary 'New World Towers'
Director Sam Wrench highlights the perks and quirks of trailing the reunited Britpop legends as they launched their excellent comeback album 'The Magic Whip.'
Still Kicking It, 25 Years Later: A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg Takes Us Back to 1990
When People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm was released, he was living with his grandma, hitting up roller skating rinks, and hanging out at The Music Factory in Queens.
PREMIERE: Oakland's SWMRS Deal With Life Tomorrow on “Figure It Out”
Drive north and never come back.