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Dave Grohl says Nandi Bushell shows “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll”
Dave Grohl says Nandi Bushell shows “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll”
Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl is giving drumming wonder-child Nandi Bushell the praise she deserves, calling her drumming “the true meaning of rock ‘n’ roll.” The connection between the two drummers began back in August 2020 when Bushell challenged the frontman to a drumming battle at the beginning of her cover of Foo Fighters’ 1997 single “Everlong.”  In the video’s description, Bus...
Nandi Bushell shares her biggest influences and upcoming musical endeavors
Nandi Bushell shares her biggest influences and upcoming musical endeavors
Nandi Bushell may be emanating the kind of energy and enthusiasm only a kid is capable of when she joins our Zoom call on a Sunday afternoon while she’s not in school, but she’s also a kid who could kick half of the alternative music community’s asses in a drum battle—including, but not limited to, Dave Grohl. At just 11 years ol...
You can now play ‘Rick & Morty’ themed ‘Operation’
You can now play ‘Rick & Morty’ themed ‘Operation’
Rick & Morty fans rejoice—the popular Cartoon Network show is becoming a board game. The show teamed up with Operation for a special edition of the popular game. Read more: Halsey gets hate for ‘Umbrella Academy’ opinions, blames Gerard Way The patient in the game is a dead homeless man wearing a Santa hat, Ruben, that has been featured in the show. The players must ext...
Halsey, Lil Yachty to voice DC superheroes in ‘Teen Titans Go!’ movie
Halsey, Lil Yachty to voice DC superheroes in ‘Teen Titans Go!’ movie
Halsey and Lil Yachty have been tabbed to give voice to a couple of central DC Comics superheroes in the new Teen Titans Go! movie that's set for release this summer—check out the teen-tastic details below. Read more: Halsey teases new tours and videos for 2018 As reported by USA Today, the popular singer and rapper will bolster the on-screen verbiage of two Justice League heroes: Halsey lending
‘Adventure Time’ is ending and the internet is not okay
‘Adventure Time’ is ending and the internet is not okay
Following its impending ninth season, Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time will come to an end. The final run of shows, along with specials and miniseries, are currently in production and will air in 2018. "Adventure Time changed the definition of what a kids’ TV series could be, and it’s had a resounding impact upon popular culture around the world,” says Cartoon Network's chief content officer