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Kurt Cobain’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” guitar sells at auction for $4.5 million
Kurt Cobain’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” guitar sells at auction for $4.5 million
The 1969 Fender Mustang Kurt Cobain played in Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" music video sold for $4.5 million. The guitar was sold at Julien's Auctions May 22. The Jim Irsay Collection of Indianapolis won the bidding war. Read more: Kurt Cobain’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” guitar is up for auction The Cobain family is donating a portion of the proceeds and other select Cobain items
Tom Morello on collaborating with Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and BMTH
Tom Morello on collaborating with Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and BMTH
If you’re looking for evidence of the breadth and depth of Tom Morello’s talents as a guitar player, consider this. Prior to a guest appearance at the Honda Center, in Anaheim, California, with the E Street Band, he was told by Bruce Springsteen that that evening’s performance of “The Ghost Of Tom Joad” would be played in a different key from the one he was used to. Worried that he wouldn’t ... Re
Tom Morello & Bring Me The Horizon release “Let’s Get The Party Started”
Tom Morello & Bring Me The Horizon release “Let’s Get The Party Started”
Tom Morello and Bring Me The Horizon have joined forces on “Let’s Get The Party Started.” The track is the latest single from Morello’s upcoming album, The Atlas Underground Fire, out Oct. 15. The track is the third release from the album, following the Phantogram-featured “Driving To Texas” and Morello’s collab with Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder on a cover of AC/DC’s “Highway To Hell.” Read
18 alternative songs that were actually nominated for Oscars
18 alternative songs that were actually nominated for Oscars
There are three types when it comes to songs in feature films: The first is the song that you just know isn’t only going to be nominated for an Academy Award but in all likelihood will win it; the second is the song that’s snubbed by the Academy in a year jam-packed with standard Oscar fare (sometimes love songs from Disney movies); the third is the song that somehow isn’t even considered and migh
Here’s why Fall Out Boy’s set for Biden’s inauguration is a full circle moment
Here’s why Fall Out Boy’s set for Biden’s inauguration is a full circle moment
In less than a week, Joe Biden is being sworn in as the 46th President Of The United States. For the historic inauguration, a lot of celebratory events are set to happen including the We The People concert. The Jan. 17 virtual event includes a slew of familiar faces including AJR, James Taylor, Will... Read More ...
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
10 singers whose first band will probably surprise you
Many of you are no doubt listening to the new Gwen Stefani single and thinking back to when you first heard Tragic Kingdom. Where you were, what you were doing, how long the show Beverly Hills, 90210 could possibly last. Hate to break it to you, ’90s kids, but there are a ton of teenagers listening to the song without a clue that Stefani ever fronted a band, never mind the groundbreaking, genre-fu
Here are 10 of the most unexpected collabs to come from 2020
Here are 10 of the most unexpected collabs to come from 2020
What's better than a new track by one of your favorite artists? That's easy: a collaboration between multiple favorites. Despite all odds, 2020 has proven to be the year of collabs. From MGK and Halsey's shared pop-punk debut to FEVER 333 and Run-DMC's "ANIMAL" remix and merch line, we've been consistently surprised by some great team-ups. Re...
10 things you probably didn’t know about My Chemical Romance’s ‘Danger Days’
10 things you probably didn’t know about My Chemical Romance’s ‘Danger Days’
It’s been an entire decade since the Killjoys first made some noise on 2010’s Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys. The aftermath is secondary, ultimately legendary and a timely reminder that My Chemical Romance can turn their hands to any far-fetched concept and produce a timeless, genre-defining album in the process. For eve...
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Here’s what Dallon Weekes of iDKHOW considers his favorite 1981 tracks
Super-duo iDKHOW pride themselves on their influences, and there’s one in particular that fans of ’80s classics may be familiar with. Men At Work’s “Who Can It Be Now?”—the iconic track with an even more iconic saxophone lick—actually inspired Alternative Press’ digital cover stars Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman to give sax solos a try of their own. The result: Razzmatazz’s October single, “Ligh...

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