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Links 1 through 10 of 1080 by René Walter tagged Music

From Indonesia to Latin America, Russia to Japan, metal is taking hold.

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In December 1950, Woody Guthrie signed his name to the lease of a new apartment in Brooklyn. Even now, over half a century later, that uninspiring document prompts a double-take.

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Wild Self documents a punk fest in a forest on the outskirts of Moscow called Troyka Fest. It was held in a former power plant – a super rundown concrete building located on the 6th floor of a walk up. 1,500 lawless punks from Moscow and surrounding cities all living in the space and sleeping on the floor and doing whatever for 48 hours straight.

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23 years ago the KLF announced they were leaving the music business. They deleted their back catalogue and burned £1m on a remote island in Scotland. This mixumentary tells their story; a strange and often chaotic tale traversing hip hop, gospel, trance, techno, ambient, house and pop amongst other things.

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I am fascinated by the early drum kits: they were very creative assemblages that generally included Chinese tack head tom toms, wood blocks, China-type cymbals, the "low boys" or "sock cymbals" that preceded the modern hi-hat. And of course the big bass drums and snare drums on their spindly little stands.

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At work, Glover manufactured CDs for mass consumption. At home, he had spent more than two thousand dollars on burners and other hardware to produce them individually. His livelihood depended on continued demand for the product. But Glover had to wonder: if the MP3 could reproduce Tupac at one-eleventh the bandwidth, and if Tupac could then be distributed, free, on the Internet, what the hell was the point of a compact disk?

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Well, not "retirement" exactly—the former Beastie Boy has a role in Noah Baumbach's new film and a memoir somewhere off on the horizon. But, as he explains over the course of one semi-drunken afternoon, Adam Horovitz is still figuring out what comes next

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The 10th anniversary issue of Modern Drummer magazine, dated January 1986, came with a free flexi disc containing lots of studio recorded drum beats all mic.ed up differently.

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