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... influenced legendary acts like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kool Keith, Old Dirty Bastard and 2 Live Crew. But Blowfly’s dirty and diverse career includes more than a dozen “clean” albums as well,...
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Music festivals: organisers turn to smaller, more...
... one of the headliners for next year's Soundwave festival If it's September, then the annual music festival season is about to get underway. Initial entries in the all-day calendar, such as...
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Michael McGuire: I listened to all the albums in ...
... contestant on one of those crappy TV reality shows I would claim I had been on a “life-changing musical journey”. Of course, it wouldn’t be true, but I’d still claim it. Still, any trip that...
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This is why we can’t have nice things
Two weeks ago was the inaugural Rockin’ the Island music festival in Campbellton, and the turn out was...well, let’s call it underwhelming. I was covering the event for this fine publication, and as...
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Beyond races: What to do in Singapore's Grand Pri...
Shop Boys, Ziggy Marley and Filipino singer-songwriter Carlos Castaño. “We are thrilled with a jam-packed lineup of events at GPSS this year. With the diverse suite of lifestyle offerings at...
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I’m thinking of getting a Macbook Air (running Windows, of course). OS X is fine; it’s just not my jam. I also use an Asus Memopad tablet (essentially a cheaper version of the Nexus 7). What...
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