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Urban Art Nomads - MUSIC

Ash Are Ready to Go ‘Kablammo!’ Again

http://www.spin.com

Andrew Unterberger

Coming 20 years after their breakout, the Irish pop-punk trio's new album is a welcome return to form

It’s been a long way back to basics for Ash. The Irish trio became stars as teenagers in the U.K. for their ebullient pop-punk jams and endearing youthful antics, cute enough to be (erroneously) marketed as a boy band in their early days but RAWK enough to cite J Mascis as a key influence.

Henry Rollins: Why I Refuse to Shut Up and Play the Hits

Photo by: Heidi May

LA Weekly - Henry Rollins

BY HENRY ROLLINS, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 2016 AT 4:30 A.M.    

This is about Miles Davis.

It is early evening in Zagreb, Croatia. I have been on the festival circuit since last week, living on a tour bus where every bunk is occupied. It’s crowded and we all know each other quite well now.

The festival setting is often a tragiclectic mix of ancient and new.

Johnny Ramone Tribute At Hollywood Forever, Sunday July 24th 2016

Written by Alyson Camus | July 25, 2016 17:26


Linda Ramone and ex-Sex Pistols’ Steve Jones have been hosting a Johnny Ramone Tribute at Hollywood Forever Cemetery for 12 years, and the event is still going strong. I attended the tribute on Sunday, on Linda’s birthday, and a large crowd of colorful punk families and die-hard Ramones fans had spread over the lawn to watch the cult movie ‘Rock & Roll High School’, featuring the Ramones of course.

Sid Vicious died on this day in 1979

February 2nd, 2017

http://www.history.com/

To the New York City Police Department and Medical Examiner's Office, he was John Simon Ritchie, a 22-year-old Englishman under indictment for murder but now dead of a heroin overdose in a Greenwich Village apartment. To the rest of the world, he was Sid Vicious, former bassist for the notorious Sex Pistols and the living embodiment of everything punk rock stood for and against. His death, which likely came as a surprise to very few, came on this day in 1979.

The Stone Roses – Read A Classic NME Interview From 1989

November 14, 2016

 1:05 pm - Oct 18, 2011

NME

They started the year as Manchester’s best-kept secret, hometown heroes playing down a murky past. But The Stone Roses end ’89 as the only independent band to truly matter, creators of one of the decade’s finest debut LP’s, and a new single that looks set to rocket than to even dizzier heights. Danny Kelly travelled to Paris with the Roses’ rabble-ish followers to soak up the kind of scenes not witnessed since the glory years of The Smiths.