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David Bowie’s 25 vinyls

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back in time, in 2003., David Bowie picked his most favorite ones from the extensive 2500 pieces bin vinyl collection for Vanity Fair mag: Confessions of a Vinyl Junkie | David Bowie’s 25 Favorite Albums If you can possibly get … Continue reading

FADER’s 100!

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you’re familiar with the FADER mag? The fantastic, award-winning, new-talent-supporting source of (mostly) music, (life)style and culture launched 1999 in NY? If yes and even if no, this might be interesting for you! For their 100th issue (congrats there!) they have … Continue reading


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Adly Syairi Ramly, who calls himself a LEGO-junkie, created LEGO version of of our favorite bands. He-he.

Inside Abbey Road

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Did you know that you can actually enter the Abbey Road studios and visit the premisses without having to go to London or to book an expensive session? The new interactive website created with Google’s street view and Google Cultural Institute, … Continue reading


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“For years, Marvel Comics and Hip-Hop culture have been engaged in an ongoing dialog, beginning this October, we will shine a spotlight on the seamless relationship between those two unique forces.” says Marvel EIC Axel Alonso in a recent press … Continue reading

CBGBs Punk

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The wild child David Godlis roamed the 70s and took pictures of bands and musicians at the legendary CBGBs using the long exposure in available light refusing to use flash which was very popular among the photographers at the time. … Continue reading

“Hurt” Cobain

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There is a new documentary about the iconic and already legendary “Nirvana” band leader and musician: Kurt Cobain, who influenced the whole generation of the 90s and beyond. We haven’t seen it yet, but what we read and saw was … Continue reading

Creepy Monday

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We think that great songs deserve renewed and creatively re-interpreted videos, like the Olya Tsoraeva‘s take on Radiohead‘s iconic “Creep” song. Claymational animation paired with the melancholically sad lyrics is the perfect match for the rainy and grey Monday’s:

John Peel’s Legacy

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John Peel was British radio presenter and DJ and the most influential music expert working for BBC Radio 1 in his “Peel’s sessions” show, until his death in 2004. He was well known for his eclectic musical taste and knowledge through … Continue reading