That’s right ladies and gentleman! The legendary Electronic music innovator, Mr. Richard D. James (more commonly known as Aphex Twin) is back with a new single cut straight from his upcoming EP ‘Collapse’, set to release on 14th September.
Thinking back on the greatest festivals performances of all time, a few come to mind straight away. Queen at Knebworth Park in 1986, followed by Oasis there ten years later to name just two. But what about the ones that go down in history for all the wrong reasons? More specifically, Green Day at Woodstock Festival 1994!
Today, our track of the day is the very definition of a Hard-Rock Hallelujah from AC/DC!
Let’s set the scene. You’re at a party, it’s getting late and everyone is more than tipsy. People are starting to get ready to leave, but then you hear it. The unmistakable sound of a tambourine perfectly accompanied by a dreamy riff that will stand the test of time. It’s time for some U2!
Monday’s suck don’t they? The weekend is officially over and the party end of the week is a whole five days away! You need a cure to these Monday blues. Enter The Prodigy with their absolute banger ‘Need Some1’, taken straight from their upcoming album ‘No Tourists’!
This morning brought a heavy heart to the masses, as the news of the passing of elder Chuckle brother Barry Chuckle, after a period of ill health, began to spread throughout the world.
It’s about time that British Indie had a revival! Floppy hair, Camden Town, chaotic live shows and red Guards Jackets! So, what better a way to kick off than with a touch of The Libertines?
It’s 1998. The internet is not far from taking over the world, Tony Blair is the Prime Minister and the most important thing in the news is Geri Halliwell leaving the Spice Girls…
Today, the icon that is Kate Bush turns sixty years old, so we thought it would be frankly rude not to celebrate with one of her biggest and best works!
It was on this day, forty-four years ago, that Mamas & The Papas vocalist ‘Mama’ Cass Elliot passed away in her sleep from a heart attack following a sold out show in London.