Rumors, myths and legends about musicians.
One of the most enduring legends is the legend "Paul is Dead," according to which Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a clone. McCartney himself in response…

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Acid Jazz
One of the most stylish areas of modern music. The style of acid jazz comes from American jazz. Jazz began to develop in the 20s, in the 30s it was…

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Efficient singing
Each musical vocalist must learn one rule: singing is sacred! Most problems associated with voice are caused by a lack of understanding of the importance of warming up the ligaments.…

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Rumors, myths and legends about musicians.

One of the most enduring legends is the legend “Paul is Dead,” according to which Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a clone. McCartney himself in response to these rumors in 1993 released the “live” album “Paul Is Live”, whose name can also be translated as “Paul is alive.”

According to rumors, which of the musicians just did not wash their stomach. Particularly famous was the case of Rod Stuart, who was once allegedly urgently taken to a hospital with abdominal pain caused by … an overdose of seminal fluid, and even obtained from sailors. The singer escaped the embarrassing situation with a joke: in his book Rod. Autobiography ”, he wrote that he was never washed his stomach neither from the semen of the sailors, nor from any other. Continue reading

We were the last rock stars: a collection of Noel Gallagher’s best sayings

The king of rock and the witty master Noel Gallagher over the past decades has provided all music publications with invaluable news material. We decided to recall the best of his statements …

About Hip Hop Stars at Glastonbury
“Glastonbury usually comes to listen to guitar music, and even when the organizers throw something strange, you think,” Kylie Minogue? “But I’m not going to put up with hip hop on Glastonbury. It’s wrong.”

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Interview with Foals

Journalist Lisa Forster sings the praises of Foals’ fourth album, What Went Down. This, however, does not negate the fact that when meeting with her, frontman Yannis Filippakis and guitarist Jimmy Smith were in an exceptionally crappy mood. Overdone with entertainment. Ah, there it is. But the interview, however, turned out to be entertaining. Perhaps that is why.

The problem of the famous millennium indie groups is that they often do not want to listen to their new material. As a rule, after a couple of first releases nothing more convincing appears. What are The Hives doing? Or the vines? There is probably a reason that no one knows the answers to these questions. But it is also clear that for some this fate has passed. MGMT, for example, released their best songs after “Time Continue reading

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IDM - Intelligent Dance Music
IDM - Intelligent Dance Music Experimental direction in electronic music. Its founder is the English musician Richard D. James, known as Aphex Twin. He easily turned his back on industrial…

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Mercury Prize Winners - Where Are They Now?
The Mercury Prize '2015 was awarded on November 20 in London, the annual music award for the best album in the UK and Ireland. This year, its owner was the…

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Rock posters: classics of the genre
"Tattoo You", The Rolling Stones, 1981. A promotional poster created by Peter Corriston, whose authorship is the legendary cover of Led Zeppelin's album "Physical Graffiti". A poster in support of…

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Interview with Disclosure
Three years ago, Guy and Howard Lawrence, speaking as Disclosure, began trying to make a difference in the radio charts for the better. Last September, the band released their second…

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