American rapper Kanye West has apologised to Beck and Bruno Mars on Twitter.
The controversial artist sent the tweets on the social media website after being interviewed by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1. In his apology to Beck he said: “I would like to publicly apologize to Beck, I’m sorry Beck.”
You can’t say no to a free gig, especially when it is organised by a local community of people. P.S. The Scene Is Dead collected four very young and talented bands to play a small show at The Stillery in Camden.
The 80s was a great time for metal. Judas Priest, Motorhead, AC/DC were all releasing career-defining work, and alongside death, speed, black and hair metal, thrash metal emerged with “the big four” all forming and gaining fame. It is for this reason that upon first hearing – and indeed seeing – Evil Invaders you would be forgiven for thinking you were in the 80s. The Belgian quartet’s music sounds like just the sort of fast-paced, gritty metal you’d expect from such long-haired, denim-wearing metalheads, and this is no bad thing. (more…)
This year’s BRIT Awards looks set to be a pretty predictable affair. After winning four Grammy Awards, soul singer Sam Smith looks set to be the big winner this year, having been nominated for five awards, but will he be able to fend off Ed Sheeran?
Without further ado, here are the nominees and our predicted winners:(more…)
fun.’s frontman Nate Ruess has released a music video for his new solo single ‘Nothing Without Love’.
The two-time Grammy Award winning songwriter has teamed up with previous collaborators Jeff Bhasker and Emile Haynie for the single, who had produced fun.’s second album Some Nights. The 2012 LP sold more than one million copies, produced three hit singles, and won two Grammys.
The Libertines have been announced to headline Reading and Leeds festival. The Libertines will be joining Mumford & Sons and Metallica, who have already been announced to headline the show. Limp Bizkit, Bring Me The Horizon, Azealia Banks and Boy Better Know have also just been announced to play at this years festivals, which take place on the 28th and 30th August.