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Metal Thrives in Seattle

TIME published a study Tuesday that maps Americans’ music preferences based on location. As it turns out, Seattle loves it some metal.

The interactive map highlights areas where a particular genre is especially popular. 145 more words


Interview: In The Presence Of Wolves Chat About Playing Pink Floyd's 'Echoes' And Their New Album

The ambitious progressive rockers In The Presence Of Wolves (often referred to by fans and friends as ITPOW) from South Jersey are consistently separating themselves from the rest of the pack. 1,131 more words


Is it possible to make a great cover of Brain Damage?

Today in the “Is it possible to make a great cover of…” series, here’s a beautiful version of Pink Floyd’s Brain Damage.

Ariane Moffatt (born 26 April 1979) is a Québécoise singer-songwriter.

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Don't Think Twice, it's alright

So the moral of this story is: Who are you to judge? There’s only one true judge, and that’s God So chill, and let my Father do His job… 21 more words

New Music: Ben Watt - Hendra

Ben Watt’s second solo album (the first since 1983′s North Marine Drive) sees him team up with ex-Suede guitarist Bernard Butler and Berlin-based producer Ewan Pearson for 10 unassuming songs about life, loss, grief and the like. 238 more words


The Who: Who's Next (1971)

I keep thinking of that Don Draper sales pitch for the Wheel. He starts off by citing the original Greek for the world nostalgia, which an old friend Teddy told him meant “the pain from an old wound.” The Kodak wheel allows one to enter the mind of a child, according to Draper, “round and round and back home again.” And he succinctly says, “this device isn’t a spaceship…it’s a time machine. 652 more words

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