Some right-wing folk tour decided to make one of its stops Philadelphia for some stupid reason, so this happened. It’s Going Down
One of the most legendary rappers ever loses his battle with diabetes at the age of 45. Rapdose.com
We lost a good friend, on Tuesday, a legendary figure in the punk scene. Rest in Peace indeed, brother.
From the Earth, Wind & Fire Twitter feed: “Our brother Maurice White passed peacefully in his sleep this morning. The light is he, shining on you and me.”
Among others, the show features U.S. bands Bound for Glory, Brassic (who played an Oi! Fest in NYC last year), and is sponsored by the neo-Nazi network Blood and Honour. Common Space
Consequence of Sound Lemmy Kilmister, founding member and frontman of Motörhead. has died. He was 70 years old. News of his death was first reported by radio and TV host Eddie Trunk, who was a longtime friend of Lemmy. Several […]
Legendary punk/oi! guitarist Tony Van Frater, who was one of the founding members of the UK punk band Red Alert and later went on to play with other legendary bands such as the Angelic Upstarts and Cockney Rejects, died early […]
Tickets go on sale tomorrow for a concert featuring Bruce Springsteen, Sting, John Legend, Pharrell Williams, Ed Sheeran, Pink, Sia, Zac Brown Band, Jill Scott and Jamie Foxx that will be called Shining a Light: A Concert for Progress on […]