Though they’re beloved Paisley Underground contemporaries of REM, The Dream Syndicate’s third album since their 2012 reformation sounds nothing like the Athens quartet. On opener The Regulator, an almost entirely…
Missing since 2014’s Chiaroscuro, Maria Lindén announces her return in extravagant fashion with her third album’s opening track. Nine minutes long, it underpins breathy vocals, ethereal keyboard arpeggios and spooky…
On this day in 1988, dozens of big-name acts, including George Michael, Chrissie Hynde, Eurythmics, Dire Straits and Midge Ure, performed at Wembley Stadium to celebrate Nelson Mandela’s 70th birthday. pic.twitter.com/MTSJJj36It
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On this day in 1984, the movie Beat Street opened in US cinemas. One of the first films with a hip-hop backdrop, it featured appearances by Doug E Fresh, Melle Mel and Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force.
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