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DED’s positive message behind their new album ‘School Of Thought’
DED’s positive message behind their new album ‘School Of Thought’
Established six years ago purely as a means of paying homage to their metal forefathers Korn, Slipknot and Pantera, the buzz surrounding DED soon grew way beyond the members’ expectations. Before they knew it, the band were caught up in a whirlwind of intense touring, mounting public attention and the opportunity to record their debut album with legendary producer John Feldmann. T...
Daniel Kaluuya dedicates SAG Awards win to Chadwick Boseman—watch
Daniel Kaluuya dedicates SAG Awards win to Chadwick Boseman—watch
Daniel Kaluuya has taken home the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role at the SAG Awards for his performance in Judas And The Black Messiah. This year, Kaluuya was nominated in the category alongside Chadwick Boseman for Da 5 Bloods, Sacha Baron Cohen for The Trial Of The Chicago 7, Jared Leto for The Little Things and Leslie Odom Jr. for...
10 alternative artists who embraced electronica for a whole new sound
10 alternative artists who embraced electronica for a whole new sound
The incorporation of electronic sounds into alternative music is hardly a new phenomenon. In the mid-2000s, bands such as Cobra Starship and 3OH!3 made names for themselves in the scene with their synth-heavy infusions. And while the resulting "neon" era seemed to be short-lived, these artists were largely ahead of their time...
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
MTV launched Aug. 1, 1981, and eventually took over the planet as a youth authority and a music video jukebox that had the power to catapult an artist’s career to the stratosphere. As YouTube and other streaming platforms took flight in 2005, MTV slowly started becoming more obsolete and less meaningful as a video network, and other stations suffered as well. Some...
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
In 2005, an unexpected but revolutionary wave of scene music hit the mainstream. It was the year Myspace rose in the online ranks social media and became the most popular of its kind. It gave bands new avenues to introduce their unique sounds to the masses and familiarize the world with the classic scenester selfie pose: brutally teased hair, one eye hidden behind bangs and a kissy face to match..

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