Yesterday was Duran Duran appreciation day, and to mark it properly, the band took a picture of themselves hard at work on their new album with producers Mark Ronson and their old friend (and guitar demon) Nile Rodgers.
Zak Starkey would be considered rock ‘n roll royalty even if he weren’t the son of a Beatle. Following in the trade of his father Ringo Starr, the 48-year-old multi-instrumentalist has manned a drum kit as for bands such as …
See this pic? That’s Sarah from BBC AMERICA’s Orphan Black rocking a particularly iconic Clash teesh.
Some news stories contain such a heady mix of excitement, horror and wishful thinking, no one is entirely sure how best to react: this next item is a perfect example.
Malcolm McLaren, famed manager of The Sex Pistols, died of cancer today in New York at 64. NME, The Guardian, BBC NEWS, The Daily Telegraph, The Times of London, Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times are all covering …
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NME.com‘s campaigning to right a 30-year-old wrong: the website is enlisting fans to help The Sex Pistols‘ re-released classic, “God Save the Queen,” reach No.
What, is Rite Aid low on chill pills today? So much anger in the world. Calm the hell down, folks – it ain’t that serious.