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Twin Peaks - Down in Heaven

Since rising up from the underground, Chicago’s Twin Peaks have continued to prove themselves time and again to be a band to watch. From their show-stealing mid-afternoon performance at the 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival to their wildly impressive full length debut, … 758 mots de plus

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Find Your Own Way: an Essay

Words by Andrew Sanyshyn of Psychic Wave

« For me, music has always felt like one of the only clubs where everyone is allowed in, and I didn’t understand why the legends of rock (and a good majority of their fans) thought I was a poser. 1 659 mots de plus


This Day in Music History - May 24th

Here is a glance of what happened in music history.

1962, Elvis Presley was at No.1 on the UK singles chart with ‘Good Luck Charm’ his 11th UK No.1 single. 306 mots de plus


"Ruby Tuesday"

I thought today would be a good day to post this old tune by The Rolling Stones.


Chuck Klosterman asks the wrong question, but comes up with the right answer

Chuck Klosterman wants to know: Who do you love, if you’re living 300 years in the future?

I imagine a college classroom in 300 years, in which a hip instructor is leading a tutorial filled with students.

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Rock ‘n’ Roll in The Rolling Stone’ Exhibitionism

One of the biggest names in rock history is celebrating 54 years of music with the first international exhibition of the band.

Debuted in London’s… 322 mots de plus

Charlie Watts

This Day in Music History - May 23nd

Here is a glance of what happened in music history.

1970, The Beatles 12th and final studio album ‘Let It Be’ started a three week run at No.1 on the UK chart, featuring ‘The Long And Winding Road’, ‘Across The Universe’ and the title track. 91 mots de plus