Tag Archives: musicians

Morrissey Live in London

Ok so having just read Morrissey’s autobiography, l now find myself on route to the O2 in North Greenich, wow that’s a bit of journey getting there from West London but due to the recent incursions of going Eastbound to Limehouse, the Troxy, it was actually a walk in the park getting to the O2 […]

Iggyfest: Blah Blah Blah 22 November 2013 – 23 November 2013

Iggyfest: Blah Blah Blah explores and celebrates the cultural legacy of American singer, songwriter, musician and actor Iggy Pop. This weekend festival features live performances, film screenings, talks, DJ sets and an Iggy karaoke party. Iggy Pop is one of the most influential figures in music. His work has gained a devoted following around the […]

Salford Music Festival – free gigs all across Salford

http://www.salfordmusicfestival.co.uk/ Salford Music Festival is a volunteer organisation whose aim is to promote music in Salford with a special aim of encouraging young musicians. We wish to thank the artists and bands taking part, and the volunteers who give their services to aid the festival. The Duel will be playing on 27 Sept 2013 @  […]

Great Songs Every Poker Enthusiast Should Listen To

Top Three Tracks Inspired by Poker If there’s a recurring theme used by a lot of musicians today (aside from love), the increase in poker participation/interest can be seen in music, too. In France alone, there are many artists who have used the card game as an inspiration to pen their lyrics as well as […]

Peter Gabriel on ’70s Punk: ‘It Used to Piss Me Off’

By Jeff Giles The story of punk’s ascendancy in the ’70s often frames the music as a raw, working-class reaction to the bloated, overly self-serious rock of the day. But as Peter Gabriel reminded us during a recent interview, the truth wasn’t always so cut and dried.

TV Smith: Tales of the Emergency Sandwich – book review

News Source: http://louderthanwar.com/tv-smith-tales-of-the-emergency-sandwich-book-review/ Tales of the Emergency Sandwich is the third volume of tour diaries from founding Advert, and travelling DIY punk troubadour TV Smith. In volume three we pick up shortly after ‘How to Become Human’ (the second instalment of TV’s diaries), with TV visiting Australia, venturing further around Europe, and revisiting several of […]

Danzig with Wolves: Illustrated funnies with famous bands and musicians

Justin Hager is having a good time uploading his illustrated jokes featuring famous musicians/bands on his website.

Punk As Fuck’: A film on the powerful & iconic photography of Steve Gullick

A good photograph,’ says Steve Gullick, ‘is one that looks great, one that captures an interesting moment in time, one that tells a story, or in the case of a portrait, offers an insight into the subject.’ This is could be a description of Gullick’s own photographs—his beautiful, inky black portraits that are amongst the […]

Sex Drugs & HIV Promo Video

250 musicians, 15 years in the making, 40 tracks, 2 albums. The biggest names in punk, metal, rock, ska, reggae and other genres gave their time for nothing to make this epic project. All proceeds from the music sales go to Cancer Research UK, Rape Crisis, The Terrence Higgins Trust, The Food Chain and Release. […]

Sex Drugs & Hiv

The ‘Sex Drugs & HIV’ Project started in 1995 when Mat Sargent wanted to give something back to the charities that helped him on his life journey. He came up with the idea of recording an album with different musicians on each track. For the first 10 years Mat recorded at Dave Goodman’s home studio […]