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I grew up in a garage, sewing together broken records who’s common scratches hinted at their long lost partners. I felt lonely there, but was’t. I had friends in the carpet and the cement who would turn their ugly heads at me and shimmy up the wall just as quick as I could look at them. 1,721 more words
Californian rockers AFI are gearing up for a busy 2017 following the release of their new self titled album (dubbed The Blood Album) with a tour on the cards, most definitely to our shores in Australia at some point too. 116 more words
The iconic red JB Hutto Montgomery Airline guitar as played by Jack White of The White Stripes.
Airline was a brand of electric and acoustic guitars made in the United States from 1958-68 by the Valco Manufacturing Company, and sold through the Montgomery Ward mail-order retail company. 127 more words
CRX “New Skin”
Like everyone, we’ve enjoyed plenty of Stroke’s songs (especially their debut album), but we’ve never quite been as enamoured as other people. Sure, they’ve got some great songs but they’re not as revolutionary as some critics would have us believe. 300 more words