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Rush to Become Rock and Roll Hall of Famers

Classic prog-rock loving Canadians from coast to coast are celebrating

Public Enemy: In:Motion, Bristol – live review

Fucking spine-tingling stuff.

Reading Festival Review

What a festival to have in your home town.

Silvers: Taylor Johns House Coventry – gig preview

In the centre of the city it catered for all the oddballs left out of the mainstream.

Public Enemy hit the charts! rap heroes in top 30 for first time in years

Public Enemy show that it's not harder than you think to make great records that mean something and hit the charts

Bristol In:Motion Lineup Announced

...promised to deliver once again a bigger, better, stronger & louder season of raves...

Azealia Banks – Fantasea mixtape – album review

Amazing beats, flow & vocals on Azealia Banks' Fantasea mixtape.

Top 10 worst cover versions of all time

list of dismal cover versions- can you think of any more- comment now!

Begging For Pussy With George Clinton – by Stevie Chick

“We were supposed to perform on the space station, in 2005,” he promises. “We were ready to go and everything… Zero-gravity funk… Anti-matter music…”

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