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1,000 musicians play Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” in honor of Taylor Hawkins—watch
1,000 musicians play Foo Fighters’ “My Hero” in honor of Taylor Hawkins—watch
The Rockin'1000 performed "My Hero" by Foo Fighters in tribute to their late drummer Taylor Hawkins. The massive group included musicians from 25 different countries. The performance occurred at Paris' Stade de France May 21. The group's set contained covers of Rage Against The Machine, the Who, Pink Floyd, the White Stripes and Guns N’ Roses. Rea...
HO99O9 on new album ‘SKIN’: “The world’s going to burn regardless of what we sing”
HO99O9 on new album ‘SKIN’: “The world’s going to burn regardless of what we sing”
Crafting mind-bending sonic onslaughts since 2012, this year New Jersey rebel duo Ho99o9 have reached their decade milestone together. After a five-year wait since their first album, United States Of Horror, established their genre-smashing template, sophomore release SKIN is ready to burst on the scene...
Music photographer Lisa Johnson on shooting Nirvana, Linkin Park and more
Music photographer Lisa Johnson on shooting Nirvana, Linkin Park and more
Each month, Alternative Press Gallery explores the work of photographers, directors and other creatives who help shape the music world from behind the scenes. With each issue, we explore the stories behind the shoots and take deep dives into the most compelling media, asking about the vision as well as the happy accidents that create some of the most powerful moments in music...
Nandi Bushell improvises to Fatboy Slim’s “Right Here, Right Now”—watch
Nandi Bushell improvises to Fatboy Slim’s “Right Here, Right Now”—watch
Nandi Bushell said goodbye to 2021 with another Instagram video of her showcasing her killer drum skills. The video, which you can check out below, also marked a first for the 11-year-old musician. Read more: Nandi Bushell shares her biggest influences and upcoming musical endeavors Instead of covering a song, Bushell improvised a drum part for Fatboy Slim's 1999 classic "Right Here, Right No
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

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