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Ask A Music Critic: What Is The Best Band Ever With The Worst Band Name?

Welcome to another installment of Ask A Music Critic! And thanks to everyone who has sent me questions. Please keep them coming at steve.hyden@uproxx.com.

What do you think is the greatest band of all-time with a terrible/dumb name? 1,301 more words

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Firefly: The Complete Recap

Ryan Bowman

Firefly 2018 is officially in the books for the seventh year in the Woodlands at Dover International Speedway. This year boasted some of the best weather in the festival’s history, with the sun out all four days and the temperatures only bordering in the uncomfortably hot zone. 1,298 more words


What do you mean, you've never seen Blade Runner?

There’s a lot to be said about the latest Arctic Monkeys record, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino; it’s musically courageous, melodically beautiful, thematically addictive and I could write a novel on its lyrical content alone. 1,399 more words


Album Review: Jill Barber - "Metaphora"

By: Sasha Lindsay

Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Jill Barber will release a new album titled Metaphora on June 22 via Outside Music. This solo effort explores new stylistic territory for Barber (a multiple Juno nominee) as it veers into a more contemporary pop sound. 1,051 more words


Arctic Monkeys recall the time they kicked David Bowie off his table

Arctic Monkeys might be one of the biggest bands in the world right now, but that doesn’t mean they’re bigger than David Bowie.

Because surely no one is bigger than David Bowie? 447 more words


Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino


“I just wanted to be one of The Strokes,” Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner sings in the opening line of his band’s sixth album, their first in five years. 140 more words


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The Magnificent Seven – Best Arctic Monkeys Songs

  1. No. 1 Party Anthem
    Moody and gentle, “No. 1 Party Anthem” was a harbinger of what was to come in Arctic Monkey’s AM follow-up “Tranquility Base Motel & Casino”.
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